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Chapter

11

Generating, Editing,
and Modifying the
Drawing Views
Learning Objectives
After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
• Create and retrieve the drawing sheet formats.
• Generate different drawing views of an existing part.
• Edit the existing drawing views and parameters associated with the views.
• Modify the existing drawing views.

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THE DRAWING MODE
In the earlier chapters, you learned about creating the parts in the Part mode and assembling
different parts in the Assembly mode. In this chapter, you will learn to generate the drawing
views of the parts and assemblies created earlier. Drawing views are generated in the Drawing
mode. One of the major advantages of working with this software package is its bidirectional
associative nature. This is the property that ensures that any modifications made in the model
in the Part mode updates its drawing views and vice-versa. In Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0,
there are two types of drafting methods: Interactive drafting and Generative drafting. In
this chapter, you will learn Generative drafting. To generate the drawing views, first you need
to start a new file in the Drawing mode of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0.
Choose the Create a new object button from the File toolbar to display the New dialog box.
Select the Drawing radio button in the New dialog box, as shown in Figure 11-1.

Figure 11-1 The New dialog box
Specify the name of the drawing in the Name edit box and then choose OK to display the
New Drawing dialog box, as shown in Figure 11-2.

New Drawing Dialog Box
The New Drawing dialog box is used to specify the template that will be used while starting
a new file in the Drawing mode. The option available in this dialog box are discussed next.

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Default Model Area

Specify Template Area
The Specify Template area is used to specify whether you want to use an empty sheet,
predefined formats, or the default template in Pro/ENGINEER. There are three radio buttons
in this area. The Use template radio button is selected by default. When you select the
Empty with format radio button, the dialog box changes, as shown in Figure 11-3.

Figure 11-2 The New Drawing dialog box
with the Use template radio button selected

Figure 11-3 The New Drawing dialog box with
the Empty with format radio button selected

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Generating the Detailed View
Detailed views are used to provide the enlarged view of a particular portion of an existing
view. To generate a detailed view, choose Insert > Drawing View > Detailed from the menu
bar. You are prompted to specify the center point for detail on an existing view. Define a
center point on the view whose detail needs to be generated. Next, you are prompted to
sketch a spline without intersecting other splines to define an outline. Draw a closed spline to
define the outline of the detail view. Next, you need to specify the placement point for
placing the detail view. You can change the name, scale, or the reference point on the parent
view and can also select the boundary type of the detailed view using the options from the
Drawing View dialog box, which will be displayed when you double-click on the detailed
view. Figure 11-6 shows a drawing sheet with various drawing views.
Note
After generating a view, you need to choose the Update the display of all views in the active
sheet button from the Top Toolchest. This is because sometimes the scale or the other information
related to the generated view is not displayed along with the it.
Generating the Auxiliary View
The auxiliary views are generated by projecting normal lines from a specified edge, axis, or
datum plane of an existing view. The view scale will be the same as that of the parent view. To
generate an auxiliary view, choose Insert > Drawing View > Auxiliary from the menu bar.
Figure 11-6 Sheet with various drawing views
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