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Course Type:
Duration:
2 Days
Location:
Nationwide
Contact:
Shwetha Gowda
User Level:
Beginner to Intermediate
Price:
POA

This course will teach you how to annotate a 3D part. You will learn how to create annotation planes and how to add and manage 3D annotations on these planes. You will also learn how to create 3D views and use them to create 2D drawing views.

Topics covered include:

  • Add 3D annotations to a part
  • Manage and position the annotations
  • Manage the 3D geometry associated with the annotations

 

Prerequisites:

Students attending this course should be familiar with Solid and Surface Design and Windows OS.

 

Dates:

This course is scheduled as and when there is a requirement. Please, get in touch with our team if you would like to book onto this course and they will be able to arrange this for you.

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