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    rkent, you mean 30 degree, not 45 degree correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StykFacE View Post
    rkent, you mean 30 degree, not 45 degree correct?
    I wasn't sure exactly what the OP was asking for but if they need a true isometric then if one side is rotated to 45d then the other angles would have to follow suit so that each major axis would still be equal angles apart which is 120d.
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    The FLATSHOT command is a great tool.
    You will find it far easier to construct in 3D and FLATSHOT your drawing than doing it 2D.
    Furthermore, you can create plans, elevations and sections from a 3D model in a very short time.

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