http:// RE: adding bend lines to a drawing metaltechinc (Mechanical) (OP) 23 Feb 06 22:02 Can I have it tell the bend directions and angles. RE: adding bend lines to a drawing JohnAndrews (Mechanical) 24 Feb 06 02:35 When you show the bend axes, show notes as well and this puts a note on each bend axis with angle and direction (Wildfire - not sure about 2001). Also see knowledge base on Bend Order which allows you to create a table showing bend order, angles etc:
h ttp://www. /cs /cs_25/how to/smd445/ RE: adding bend lines to a drawing metaltechinc (Mechanical) (OP) 26 Feb 06 23:17 I am having trouble finding where to show them at. I have gone into the view disp. and do not see an option for that specific view. Do you, or anyone else have an idea? It is probably really easy, and right if front of my eyes.
Derick RE: adding bend lines to a drawing JohnAndrews (Mechanical) 27 Feb 06 03:28 In 2001 I think it's under View - Show/Erase this allows you to show dimensions/axes/notes etc RE: adding bend lines to a drawing metaltechinc (Mechanical) (OP) 27 Feb 06 14:16 Thanks: I was able to get the bend lines up, but how do I do the notes, or bend order. Mainly, I have someone on the floor who has troubles with prints. I need him to see a flat with bend directions down or up, etc. Do I have to enter the notes on the part to get them to print out. Also, can I give a iso drawing with dimensions on it. Thanks for all of the help.
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