Best Practice – How to mark out glue areas on models using cosmetic sketch

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Marking out glue areas in drawings can be done in different ways. One recommended way is to use cosmetic sketches to achieve this. This guide describes how to do this.

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1. Best Practice How to mark out glue areas on models using cosmetic sketch Aug 2019

2. Marking out glue areas in drawings can be done in different ways, one recommended way is to use cosmetic sketches to achieve this. The following guide describes how to do this. Create a cosmetic sketch on the model :

4. Edit the cross - hatching • To edit the visualisation on the glue area mark it on the drawing and dubble - click on the cross - hatching area in the drawing • Adjust Spacing and Angle in the Menu Manager

3. Create the sketch • Start by marking out the cross - hatching which will represent the glue - area by setting spacing and angle • Then create the sketch on the surface 1 2

5. Separate drawing views with / without glue area • To separate the drawing - views to show the glue a rea use different representations from View Manager • Master representation in this case will have the glue area visible : • The representation then created will exlude the feature by clicking feature and mark the cosmetic sketch , hence it will not be visible :

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