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Defining Views On The Imported Drawing - Pro/ENGINEER tutorial


Drawing data imported to Pro/ENGINEER may or may not contain views. You can select drafting entities of the imported drawing and logically group them to represent views in AutobuildZ. You can define orthographic, detail, section and auxiliary views using the AutobuildZ view setup tools.
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