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Multiple layouts from a single model with viewports

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Ski_Me

I get the feeling that the OP is talking about model space views not paper space views, like you have in inventor where you have a top view, left view, front, and isometric.

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Ski_Me

I talked to my sprinkler designer and if the UK is similar to the US you will need a drawing of your riser, pipe layout with heads and the hazard level they are in and an iso of the design. You can do all of this in model space and then create you layouts. Don't forget your hydro calcs very important.

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hakmawongzi
Hi all, firstly, apologies for my lack of technical terms on this, please bear with me whilst I try to explain what I am struggling with!

 

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.;)

 

Thanks.

There is a channel on YouTube called "AutoCad". Please subscribe to the channel and you will learn everything about using AutoCad for drawing.

 

What you want to do here can be done in less than 10 minutes for most people that are "living" in AutoCad.

 

Here is an example, skip directly to 10:00 on the timeline.

 

 

 

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BIGAL
you will learn everything about using AutoCad for drawing.

 

I knew I was doing something wrong for the last 40 years shoudl have gone to UTUBE. Oh yeah it did not exist 40 years ago.

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hakmawongzi

I don't think there was AutoCAD 40 years ago either. Drawing were hand drawn on tracing paper and copies were made with amonia machine.

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ReMark

Too many YouTube videos are poorly done. Finding good quality videos can be like panning for gold.

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SLW210
I don't think there was AutoCAD 40 years ago either. Drawing were hand drawn on tracing paper and copies were made with ammonia machine.

 

CAD has been around since the 1950s. History of Computer Aided Design

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