In this getting started video tutorial, you will be introduced to all of the main interface elements used within a TopSolid Drafting document. After watching this video, you should have a better understanding of how to navigate within this type of document.
In this video, you will be introduced to Representations and given a sample of how to use them. In this case, we are going to create a special representation that allows you to include a sketch in your projected drawing. This can be a very useful tool to help you include specific information from design into a drawing.
In this getting started video tutorial, you will be introduced to some basic concepts around the creation of 2d drafting files. First let’s discuss what a drafting document is. A TopSolid drafting document is a document where we project the 3d data created in TopSolid into a 2d format. It is in a drafting document where you will add your dimensions, GD & T and other detailing types of elements.
This tutorial contains 4 videos that will walk you through some basic concepts on the creation of 2d drafting documents..
In this first video, you will learn how to create a basic drafting document that contains 3 standard views of your part. You will also learn how to set and customize the origin point of the view.
Step 1 – Create your views
In the next video, you will learn how to add an Origin Symbol to your drafting views. You will also be shown a few different ways of adding and working with Composite dimensions. Composite dimensions allow you to quickly add several styles of dimensions to your view from a common origin point. This is heavily used in the Tool and Die industries.
Step 2 – Add origin symbol and use composite dimensions
In step 3 of this tutorial, Continue reading Getting Started: Creating a drafting document and dimensioning
Check out this video done by one our team members in France. He did a great job of showing just how powerful TopSolid 7 is as a design tool. Check it out!
Adding dimensions, creating custom isometric views in large assembly drawings. Here´s how it´s done!