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How do I change the isometric view when building a part?

BAILEY_BLAKEBAILEY_BLAKE Member Posts: 2
Sometimes when I make parts, the isometric view isn't the correct(like the iso ends up being the back of the part). It's when I'm still in the process of building the part, not when I am making a drawing. Is there any way I can change that?

Answers

  • john_mcclaryjohn_mcclary Member, Developers Posts: 3,015 PRO
    edited November 19
    Isometric view will always snap to the Top/Front/Right corner in 3D space.

    If you want to snap to a different view often, then you can either rotate your part relative to the origin, or you can save a view using "Named Views" (shift+v)

    But with named views, you will need to create each named view in every assembly, or part studio. So you're better off rotating the part instead of the camera.

    Also the named views can be used in drawings as well. Incase you need it.
    If you want a perfect Iso from another angle in 3D space, then you can create a plane and view "normal to" that plane, then save the named view

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