I dare to say that 3D22D is that what you shall use for all your 2D-presentations of a 3D-Model.
This application enables the user - in a simple way - to establish 2D-presentations from a 3D-Modell. These vill be presented in predefined scales.
Userfriendly! There is just one dialogbox including everything you need. No searching for icons on different toolbars. Everything is there!
3D22d just not handles Solids but even Solids - in blocks, in nested blocks and even in xrefs.
Would 1000 solids be to big? Not for 3D22D! With 500 MHz and 128 Mb you can easily handle up to 1200 Solids. But I recommend at least 386 Mb Ram internal memory.
WYGIWYI. (What You Get Is What You Imaging)
What belongs to 2D is in Paperspace.
Just once you have to make a 2D-representation from your Modell. From that 2D-represantation and the following you produce how many 2D-represantations you want and even on different layouts.
Take a part of your drawing. With 3D22D you can - not only present a topview - but also a front-, left-, right- and backview.
Be free to place your 2D-presentations on different layouts.
There are no limits in producing different views. Beside the common views as front, back etc. and all the isometric views you now can make even anometric views.
Not even that! You can with 3d22d make perspective views.
Hye! You want to work in a view presented in paperspace. No problem, just click ĒModellĀE and you are in Modelspace at that view and you are free to make changes.
So what! After your changes in Modelspace go back to your drawing - Paperspace - and just update that single view or the entire drawing. With 3d22d itís possible!
You donít want to make your Modell public! Just click 2D-Drawing and in a few seconds you have make a unique 2D-drawing out of your Model.
And much, much more