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Constrained Sketch Geometry in Drawing Views

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In the past week I have been at two different customer sites and both were a little mad that when using sketches in a drawing view they did not update if something moved or the view was resized. All I heard is why can’t I associate this information? Well of course you can. You have the ability to show any unconsumed sketch from your model inside of your drawing views or while sketching inside of a view projecting some geometry from a model to add constraints/dimensions too. Lets take a look at doing this in each way.

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Submitted by Dave of the INCAT CAD Geeks

Using Project Geometry to Create Parts Inside of an Assembly

Project edges, vertices, work features, loops, and curves from existing sketches onto the current sketch plane. You can use the projected geometry in the current sketch as a profile or path, or to constrain or dimension sketch curves or points.

In an assembly, project edges of a component cut by an assembly section view, if the uncut part intersects the sketch plane. The projected edges are not associative and does not update when the parent geometry is moved or resized.

The size and position of projected geometry is fixed relative to the originating sketch (reference geometry). You can constrain sketch geometry to the projected geometry. The projected geometry moves or changes when its parent sketch moves or changes. Sketch geometry that is constrained to the projected geometry also moves.
You can automatically project reference geometry onto the sketch plane by selecting options from the Sketch tab in Application Options.

Autoproject edges during curve creation
Automatic reference edges for new sketch

Check out my video of how to do this.
Submitted by Dave of the INCAT CAD Geeks
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