will show you how to generate geometry in a view by
projecting geometry from previously defined views.
Selected objects are projected onto a plane or ruled surface defined
by the user, and then transformed into the receiving view.
retains the same attributes it had in the original multi-view.
Activate the view you want to create the new geometry in.
|MAKE SURE THE PLANES WERE PROPERLY INITIALIZED.
|1. Click the Multiple
View Projection icon
from the Multi View toolbar (not displayed by default).
|Select the Tools > Multi View > Multiple View
Projection command from the menu bar.
the object defining the target plane or surface to be used. This element
can be any mono-parametered elements (line, circle, ellipse, parabola,
hyperbola, curve). In this case, select an arc of a circle in the front
3. Select, in another view, the object to be projected. In this case, select a circle in the top view.
4. Select more elements to be projected, if needed, or click in the open space or still another command if you want to terminate this command.
1. Make the isometric view active (double-click).
2. Multi-select the elements to be projected into the isometric empty view. In this case, select the whole front view.
3. Click the Multiple View Projection icon from the Multi View toolbar.
4. Select the object defining the view to be created.
All the elements are automatically projected onto the active view.
5. Repeat the steps above (Object-Action) with the various elements to be projected that will allow generating the isometric view.
|The projected element keep the same graphical attributes as the selected element to be projected.|