Create a marking line by reference curve - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Structural Manufacturing

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  1. Click Marking .

  2. Select Reference Curve from the Mode list.

  3. On the Marking ribbon, click Part .

  4. Select the part to mark.

    • You can select the parts in the model, or from the Workspace Explorer.

    • A red arrow indicates the side of the part on which the markings are placed. Select a different value from the Side list to place the markings on a different side of the part.

  5. Select the marking type to use from the Type list.

  6. Select the reference curve to define the geometry for the marking line.

    • You can select reference curves and logical connections in the model, or from the System tab of the Workspace Explorer.

    • You can select edge ports of the parts in the model.

  7. Click Select Boundaries , and select the boundaries to define the marking line. For more information, see Boundary Methods.

    • You can select the reference planes in the model, or from the Workspace Explorer.

    • You can select other markings on the part in the model as boundaries.

  8. If the boundary definition results in more than one solution, click Solve Ambiguity to choose the solution to use. For more information, see Solve ambiguous solution created by selected boundaries.

  9. Click Select Related Part , and select the related parts to receive the marking line attributes.

    You can select the parts in the model, or from the Workspace Explorer.

  10. Click Properties to review the marking attributes.

    The attributes that display depend on the type of marking after the selection of the related part. For example, the Connection GUID, Related Part Name, Direction, and so on may display.

  11. Click Finish.