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Gerardf
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flange.dxf

Post by Gerardf » Thu Oct 10, 2019 11:11 pm

Hi All,

I note this very nice dwg is much better than my isometric attempts.

My isometric drawings are really a wire-frame presentation quite unlike the isometric view in flange.dxf.

Can someone advise further steps to moving from the wire-frame kind of thing to something more realistic?

Thanks

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Husky
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Re: flange.dxf

Post by Husky » Fri Oct 11, 2019 3:16 am

Hi,
Gerardf wrote:
Thu Oct 10, 2019 11:11 pm
Can someone advise further steps to moving from the wire-frame kind of thing to something more realistic?
That is manually done - entity by entity. Everything what is normally invisible (behind something else) needs to go away. You can use for that task a bunch of QCAD tools like "Break out", "Divide", "Trim", "Delete" etc.

Yes, it is a Sisyphus task but the good thing is you will learn a lot about those "Modify" tools. :wink:
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