Sketch and Constrain Bracket Geometry - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data

Intergraph Smart 3D 2D Symbols

Intergraph Smart 3D
Reference Data
11 (2016)

When graphical inputs and construction geometry have been created and dimensioned, the final symbol geometry can be created and grouped.

  1. Make the Outputs layer active.

  2. Draw and dimension the nose segments connected to the support curves.

  3. Draw new lines connected to the ends of the nose segments, away from and on the opposite side of the supports.

  4. Add and constrain the final free edge geometry element or elements.

  5. Add dimensions.

    • To make your symbols as flexible as possible, avoid using horizontal and vertical constraints. Use parallel , perpendicular , and tangent constraints instead.

    • All output geometry and support curves must intersect or connect to form a closed shape.

      It is good practice to move all dimensions to the Dimensions layer after geometry creation is complete.