Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharing drawings on an iPad, part of Up and Running with eDrawings.
So you've installed eDrawings on your iPad and you've had a chance to review some of…the sample files to get familiarized with the basic tools in eDrawings.…Now you'd like to open some of your own files, there are two basic ways to do that.…First, let's go ahead and open up our mail application, and I can see I have a couple…of emails in here for myself. Let's go ahead and click on the eDrawings attachment.…When I do, I get an option of several different applications that can open that file.…I can either choose eDrawings or eDrawings Pro or I can save it to Dropbox or Google Drive.…I'm going to go ahead and open it in eDrawings Pro.…
I can see my assembly loads here. I have the ability to spin the part.…And we're ready to start reviewing the file.…When I'm done with this file, I can go back to the file viewer and I can see the…sample files here but also in the upper right hand corner of the screen, I can see…my files. So click on that and notice that one…drawing is now in that folder. And if I had multiple files here, I could…
- 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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