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Can we colour the designs done in isometric, in CAD?

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Can we colour the designs done in isometric,in CAD?:)

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ReMark

Are you asking if isometrics can be plotted in colour?

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rkent
Can we colour the designs done in isometric,in CAD?:)

 

This could be done in Impression, which is free from Autodesk, assuming you have the time.

 

Otherwise you can use hatch, or draw faces and go from there.

 

Obviously easier to just draw in 3D solids if you need much of this (making some general assumptions here).

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nidhi singhania

No, I Am Asking, Is Their Any Way To Fill In Colours In Iso Drawings As We Do In Sections And All....!!!

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ReMark

Gradient hatch?

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nidhi singhania

But Neither Im Being Able To Hatch Nor Apply Gradient In The Iso Drawing..

Its Nt Accepting....

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ReMark

I am able to hatch (using ANSI31) and apply a gradient hatch to a square drawn in isometric. But you say you can't? I too am using 2009.

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nidhi singhania

I Myslf Am Using 2009 Version. But Recently I Made A Kitchen Design In Iso,and Was Not Being Able To Colour The Drawing According To My Will...

Only Some Parts Of It Is Getting Hatched Or Coloured....

I Dont Know Wats Going Wrong Or Is It That We Cant Colour The Iso In Full!!!!

Do Inform Me On This...

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chelsea1307

can you post the fiel you hare having trouble with or even an image of what you are working on?

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ReMark

In this case a picture is worth a thousand words. I can't think of a reason why you can "colour" some parts of the drawing and not others.

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qball

are you drawing in 3D, not Iso?

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ReMark

I guess the OP doesn't want to provide us with any more information (too bad) or has solved the problem himself.

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nidhi singhania

HERSELF...NOT HIMSELF....o:)

AND IM DRAWIN IN ISO ONLY....

I ALSO HAVE NO IDEA AS TO WHY I AM HAVING PROB..

LETS SEE, NOW I GUESS I HAVE TO FIGURE SOMETHING OUT FOR IT....

 

OR CAN ANY OF YOU GUIDE ME TO THE PROPER STEPS FOR IT....

PLZZZZZ......:roll:

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Tiger

If it is a Hatch that you are after, they are known for being quite picky. Granted, I have never done isometric drawings myself - but questions like Are all the lines really joined up? I assume still apply? If there is holes anywhere, the hatch won't be created and you'll get a error message - do you get an error message? What does it say? Is it really a Hatch you are after?

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nidhi singhania

"BOUNDARY DUPLICATES THE EXISTING BOUNDARY"..THIS IS THE ERROR IT IS SHOWING......

N WHEN IM SELECTING A CERTAIN PORTION ,THE WHOLE PAGE IS GETTING COLOURED LEAVING THE PLAN FROM WHICH I MADE THE ISO.....:oops:

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Tiger

the second problem indicates to me that you have non-closed lines. Everything needs to be closed. If you use Polylines you can use Join or Pedit->Join to get them properly closed. Otherwise you need to go through every crossing and make sure they lines actually are intersecting or join.

 

The error message I have never seen before..

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ReMark

Sounds like the OP (herself) has two boundaries created when the hatch command was used.

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nidhi singhania

Wel Then I Guess Its A Lot Of Work To Do...

Thanks Anywaz...

U Hv Been Of Gr8 Help...:)

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ReMark

No it isn't. You just decided to give up which takes very little effort to do.

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nidhi singhania

Hmmmm..

I Wont Disagree With U..

Jst Took An Easy Way Out..

Wel, Thn I Suppose I Shld Spend Sm More Time On It Now....

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