|Welcome to the Electrical Harness Flattening User's
This guide is intended for users who need to become quickly familiar with the product.
This overview provides the following information:
|Electrical Harness Flattening
is a product which is intended to flatten 3D harnesses in order to create
associated 2D drawings. Filtering functionalities for wires are also
available if you have an Electrical Wire Routing license.
Electrical Harness Flattening offers the following main functions:
As a scalable product, Electrical Harness Flattening can be used in cooperation with other current or future companion products such as Electrical Library, Electrical Harness Installation and Electrical Wire Routing.
|Before reading this guide, you should be familiar with
basic Version 5 concepts such as document windows, standard and view
toolbars. Therefore, we recommend that you read the Infrastructure
User's Guide that describes generic capabilities common to all
Version 5 products. It also describes the general layout of V5 and the
interoperability between workbenches.
The Electrical Wire Routing product is a prerequisite. For more information about this product, refer to the Electrical Wire Routing User's Guide.
|To get the most out of this guide, we suggest that you
start with the step-by-step Getting Started
tutorial. Once you have finished, you should move on to the
User Tasks section, which steps you through
basic procedures and includes useful tips for getting the most out of the
The Workbench Description section, which describes the Electrical Harness Flattening workbench, and the Customizing section, which explains how to set up the options, will also certainly prove useful.
Navigating in the Split View mode is recommended. This mode offers a framed layout allowing direct access from the table of contents to the information.
|To perform the scenarios, sample documents are provided all along this documentation. For more information about this, refer to Accessing Sample Documents in the Infrastructure User's Guide.|
|To learn more about the conventions used in the documentation, refer to the Conventions section.|