Improved Appearance of Coordinate Systems in Model-Based Definition


Improved Appearance of Coordinate Systems in Model-Based Definition

The appearance of coordinate systems is improved. The coordinate system axes extend in only the positive direction and include arrowheads at the ends of the axes. From the Properties tab of the Coordinate System dialog box, you can set the display of the coordinate system to be zoom-dependent. and adjust the length of the coordinate system axes. As a result, the coordinate system becomes a fixed size relative to the model and it zooms as the model is zoomed. The colors of the coordinate system tag, axes, and axis labels can be set individually from the Creo Parametric Options dialog box

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