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Is there a way to turn off parts in drawings

michael_stallsmichael_stalls Member Posts: 46 PRO
If im making a drawing of a composite part or assembly is there a way to "turn off" or hide certain parts to make the drawings a bit clearer? It seems that when you create a drawing of an assembly it includes parts that are hidden in the assembly model. I would like to be able to turn off parts that are hidden without deleting the parts from the assembly model. for instance in the drawing below of the aircraft structure i'd like to hide the internal wing and fuselage structure just to make the model clearer. Also why do there appear to be breaks or discontinuities in the underside of the wing in the front view...how do i fix this?
thanks
Michael

Comments

  • NeilCookeNeilCooke Moderator, Onshape Employees Posts: 3,408
    Create a Display State in the assembly and use that in the drawing. As for the breaks, is the drawing view quality set to high? See view properties dialog. 
  • michael_stallsmichael_stalls Member Posts: 46 PRO
    Hi Neil where are the view states? is this in the configuration panel? i set the view to best quality and it didnt seem to make any change
    thanks 
    michael
  • glen_dewsburyglen_dewsbury Member, OS Professional Posts: 164 PRO
    view states are in assembly. look for the icon in top bar.

  • michael_stallsmichael_stalls Member Posts: 46 PRO
    i got it now
    thanks!
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