1. ## Re: Isometric Dimension.....

Originally Posted by msroble33301912
My first post on here, and I know, I HAVE to get this username changed... LOL
Welcome to AUGI.
Originally Posted by msroble33301912
This way I'm not toggling between 330 and 30 on each an every dimension every time.
The exact reason for using styles.

2. ## Re: Isometric Dimension.....

Isometric drawing is used in CAD Design. Isometric drawing is a method of designing an object in three dimensions, which you can summarize into two steps: draw the object's height lines vertically, and the width and depth lines in a 30-degree angle to an imaginary horizontal axis. When the drawing is over, it will be like you're watching the object from above at a three-quarter angle. All you need to draw an object using the isometric method is a ruler to keep the object's proportions and a protractor to measure the 30-degree angles.

3. ## Re: Isometric Dimension.....

Isometric drawing is used in CAD Design. Isometric drawing is a method of designing an object in three dimensions, which you can summarize into two steps: draw the object's height lines vertically, and the width and depth lines in a 30-degree angle to an imaginary horizontal axis. When the drawing is over, it will be like you're watching the object from above at a three-quarter angle. All you need to draw an object using the isometric method is a ruler to keep the object's proportions and a protractor to measure the 30-degree angles.
Since this is CAD, why on earth do you need a ruler and protractor?
And quoting a definition does not help with the "how ..." questions.

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5. ## Re: Isometric Dimension.....

Originally Posted by rmccann2364018
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Not sure if this is what you are asking, but yes if you create different dimstyles for Isometric angles, you can change the arrows.
I suspect you would need to create user-defined arrows if you want them anlgled too.

If not, they would be just regular arrow heads.

Is that what you mean?

If I have a minute... I will check and post back

6. ## Re: Isometric Dimension.....

Originally Posted by rmccann2364018
Look at page 1, post #4 in this thread - and welcome to AUGI.

7. ## Re: Isometric Dimension.....

Originally Posted by jaberwok
Look at page 1, post #4 in this thread - and welcome to AUGI.
Nice call John, forgot about that post.

That should help.

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