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  • DRAWING BASICS 1 – (BD1_WILDFIRE3) Tutorial Lesson 2 – Creating a View ** Create a front view of the fan_housing part. ** INSERT pull down menu: #Drawing view, #General … or ** You are now prompted to select a CENTER POINT for the drawing view. Select the center of the “C” size blank format. The default view of the fan_housing appears and the “Drawing View” box shows up in the upper right. Notice the view display of the model is shaded. This is new for Pro Engineer Wildfire 3.0. The models can be displayed shaded independently from the other views. ** ** Along with placing the view, a window appears, Drawing View. In this window, there are three ways to display the view type of the model. First method, the “Views names from the mode.” Simply select on the pre existing listed view names listed under Model view names. These views are created in the part mode. The Second method is to orient the view while you are in the Drawing Mode. You could go ahead and select the “MID_CENTER” datum plane on the fan_housing part as the Reference 1 Front plane and then select the “HORZ_CENTER” plane on the fan_housing part as the Reference 2 Top plane. This would generate a “front” view. The third way is to orient the view according to angle of degrees (a complex way to orient the views). All three methods should produce the same result as shown below. The first method is preferred since it takes advantage of the views that have already been created. **FroTime, Inc. Copyright 2007- Do Not Duplicate – www.FroTime.com Page 8
  • DRAWING BASICS 1 – (BD1_WILDFIRE3) CATEGORIES: #View Type MODEL VIEW NAMES: # Front, #Apply, #CloseFroTime, Inc. Copyright 2007- Do Not Duplicate – www.FroTime.com Page 9
  • DRAWING BASICS 1 – (BD1_WILDFIRE3) ** Notice that when you select the view and drag it, nothing happens. Be sure that the “Lock View Movement” icon ( ) is not selected. Simply unselect the icon and the view will be unlocked. Now, select the view and drag anywhere in the drawing sheet. Let’s create the top, the bottom and the right side projection views off of the front view just created. ** INSERT pull down menu: #Drawing Views, Projection… or Select the view, Right Mouse Click, #Insert Projection View… ** When the curser is moved around the drawing area, a yellow box appears. The yellow box indicates the next view location to place. **FroTime, Inc. Copyright 2007- Do Not Duplicate – www.FroTime.com Page 10
  • DRAWING BASICS 1 – (BD1_WILDFIRE3) ** Select a location above the “front” view you created in the previous step. The view will automatically be created in the proper orientation as a projection off the “front” view. **FroTime, Inc. Copyright 2007- Do Not Duplicate – www.FroTime.com Page 11
  • DRAWING BASICS 1 – (BD1_WILDFIRE3) ** Repeat this process for the bottom and the right side views. When completed, your drawing should look like the image below. **FroTime, Inc. Copyright 2007- Do Not Duplicate – www.FroTime.com Page 12