Triming a Draft view

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Triming a Draft view

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Is there a way to trim down a draft view. In a case were a guide line is over hanging your assembly and you dont want to show the hole line or component.
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Hello,

I think you can do this with "interrupted view"
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Unread post by travis c »

That is along the lines of what i want but I just want to trim the view down to show only what i want it to show.
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Unread post by olaio »

Hi,

Sorry, I am not understanding your question :oops:
It looks that the solution from Top'Noob is the one.
Can you please post an image of what you need?

Cumprimentos,
Olaio
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Unread post by jeff »

Travis welcome to the forum, an image of what you want to trim would be helpful, there are tools to filter out different parts of a draft view when you create the view(exceptions) and there are ways to create different sets to project, along with a host of tools to create different sections, post up an image and i am sure we will find a good solution for you
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Jeff,
Friday when i see you. I will show you and the repost to say if it was solved or not. If i get time before I get out of the office i will post a pic.
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Unread post by travis c »

they way i thought it would be cant be done. the way i want to trim down a view i you have a huge assembly and you only want to show one part. I have found many different was to do it but the all take time.
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Unread post by olaio »

Hi Travis,

Can you please send a pictures of your needs?

Cumprimentos,
Olaio
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