Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating section views, part of Up and Running with eDrawings.
Have you ever wanted to cut something in half and see what's going on inside?…Now you can. Section views gives us the ability to…slice a model or assembly in half in any direction, or location, and see what's…happening in that section. This is a great tool that really helps you…determine the inner workings of a design. Let's take a look.…Section view is available right here on the top.…Click on section. And notice it automatically slices the…model right off the bat using the X Y plane.…I can switch between planes, by clicking on any of these radio buttons and it…switches the view. I can spin it around using my middle mouse…button by holding it down and I can see what's going on directly inside that model.…
If I hold that plane, left mouse clicking on that plane, I can drag that plane,…forward and back, through the model, and I can see exactly what's going on at any…stage in the game, as I slide that plane through the model to get a nice view of…what's going on. Here it is.…And again, I can flip between the X and Z, if I want to see down inside the model.…
- Opening and saving eDrawing files
- Working with AutoCAD, DWG, and DXF files
- Touring the interface
- Measuring a model
- Creating section views
- Looking at exploded views
- Adding measure annotation
- Drawing shapes
- Replying to comments
- Using the eDrawings app for iOS
- Sharing drawings on an iPad
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Design Review
3. Annotating Your Drawings
4. Collaborating with eDrawings
5. Using the Mobile Apps
Sharing drawings on an iPad2m 54s
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