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Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 10:08:03 AM | Making the same 3D view over and over

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I have a project where the client is demanding to have dozens of 3D views at the same angle to the item being shown and annotated.  These views will be scattered all throughout the project at different orientations, levels, etc.  Don't ask why, it's a steady paycheck.

 

Do you know of any way to simplify, automate, use whatever, some sort of system that would make this easy to do?


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Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 10:22:46 AM | Making the same 3D view over and over

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Copy view.


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Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 10:35:57 AM | Making the same 3D view over and over

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It's not just that.  I need to be able to set each view up the exact same but elsewhere in the project.  Each view is of something that is different from the last.Picture having 100 different desk configurations.  Each one gets it's own 3D view.  They will have different orientations, be on different floors, etc.  We want to make them all be at the same angle, the same basic graphics, etc.  Then annotate each one. 


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Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 11:01:48 AM | Making the same 3D view over and over

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I answered your question as asked.

Look at the attached. 

  1. Here is a 3D view at first floor of a desk that has been copied and placed at the second level.  Note the eye and target elevation.
  2. Here is a copy of the first 3D view but not that I added the floor to floor height to the target and eye elevations.

3D views are also dependent on distance from the object.  Since I used the same object, this works.  If the object will be different, start off with the same then move both the object and 3D view in plan to the correct location.  Change the object and rotate the view around the center of the object as required.

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Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 12:03:35 PM | Making the same 3D view over and over

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Here is the second image



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