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Printing

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Printing

Hi guys,

I would like to know how I can print an isometric view of a product on an A4 piece of paper. Any help would be appriciated, thanks.

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Re: Printing

Create a drawing and insert the view. You will then print it from the Publish tab.

If you are using the Schools edition, you will already have drawing templates available for automatically creating a 4 view drawing, complete with ISO view.

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You can save your model (in Creo or Creo Elements/Pro (formerly Pro/ENGINEER)) as a PDF3D file and then print it from PDF viewer.

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That does work, but what I was looking for was just plain technical drawing layout, with the orthographic views as well, thanks.

Re: Printing

Create a drawing and insert the view. You will then print it from the Publish tab.

If you are using the Schools edition, you will already have drawing templates available for automatically creating a 4 view drawing, complete with ISO view.

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Thanks, that works great.

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If you are interested, you can learn a little more about drawings in Creo Elements/Pro in both the Primer and Advanced Primer.

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Also please take a look this video ("How to create jpeg from drawing"): http://communities.ptc.com/videos/2947