Under the Drawing window, in the Views toolbar, select Isometric View ( Projections sub-toolbar).
Define the 3D viewer orientation to achieve the desired outcome in the view.
Select the 3D element.
To generate the view, click on the sheet.
Select Properties from the isometric view by right-clicking it.
In the Dress-up area of the View tab, check 3D Colors.
Select Raster from the View generation mode drop-down list in the Generation Mode box.
Select Options from the drop-down menu.
From the Mode drop-down list, choose Shading with edges.
In the Views toolbar, select Front View.
To specify the reference plane, choose one of the 3D part's planes or a plane surface. Blue arrows emerge on the screen.
To generate the view, click in the drawing. The axis and centre lines are generated by default.
The Isometric View command allows you to generate a 2D view with any orientation that matches the 3D viewer's orientation. You can get a conventional X-Y-Z isometric perspective, among other things, depending on how the 3D viewer is oriented when you build the view. "Equal measure" is what isometric means.
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