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How to save view (isolate view one part/multiple parts of assembly)

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Hi,

 

I want to save "isolate" view of one component or some components (sub system) in Assembly.

Currently  I just know to use "View" >> Views >> Create View.

 

But when we show all assembly, I cannot come back that single view of component again by save view. I need to hide some outer parts then isolate view the interior part again.

May I know your advice for this or I do some thing wrong.

 

Many thanks.

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Hi,

 

Creating view for a component or some components (sub system) in a assembly is not available in SimLab 2019.2 version.

 

In next version of SimLab, we have supported creating of views for visible components in the screen.

 

Please see the attached video for your reference.

 

 

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On 12/15/2019 at 5:57 AM, alpha said:

Hi,

 

I want to save "isolate" view of one component or some components (sub system) in Assembly.

Currently  I just know to use "View" >> Views >> Create View.

 

But when we show all assembly, I cannot come back that single view of component again by save view. I need to hide some outer parts then isolate view the interior part again.

May I know your advice for this or I do some thing wrong.

 

Many thanks.

 

Please, in SL 2019.2 consider also these options:

 

* Create GROUPS OF BODIES / FACES to store a selection

* use the option LOCK to hide permanently entities you are not working on, until you unlock all.

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