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ittayd

is there a way to plot multiple pages from one layout

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ittayd

I have a model with many items, each needs to be plotted from several views. One option is to create a layout per view, which means a lot of layouts to manage.

 

Is there another way? Where I can create a layout with several views so that plotting it will create multiple pages?

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MSasu

First, you should specify in your profile what CAD software you use to allow us to provide a dedicated answer.

 

If is about AutoCAD, one solution is to define views for each sheet from that layout page and after build a script to plot them at once.

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ittayd

(Yes, this is about autocad)

 

Is there something simpler? Maybe even several layouts in one tab?

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BIGAL

You can have as many titleblocks in one layout as you want and yes you can plot them all in one go via lisp. But I would not go down this path better to have 1 layout 1 sheet.

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RobDraw
I have a model with many items, each needs to be plotted from several views. One option is to create a layout per view, which means a lot of layouts to manage.

 

Managing layouts is quite easy and a skill you should have.

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BIGAL

A bit more there is the ability to do a plot all "views" via lisp, same as plot all title blocks in modelspace or in a layout in one go.

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