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Draft command is a feature in Microsoft Office which allows users to save, edit, and share drafts of Word documents. Drafts are saved in the same folder as the document they are attached to, but with a .dwg file extension. Drafts can be shared online or offline. Draft command is used when you want to save rough draft of your document before you complete it. It allows you to switch back and forth between your rough draft and your final draft without losing any work or breaking any formatting rules.

Draft angle is a method of drawing a line extending from the edge of a circular arc, to represent the arc's curvature. This is done by first drawing an arc, then moving the cursor perpendicular to the arc's axis at one end of the arc. The line will extend outwards from this point. Solidworks is a 3D modeling software that manipulates three-dimensional geometry in order to create physical objects. It comes with many features that makes it convenient for users to create good quality models but also has its limitations, which are related to how models are rendered or displayed on screen. This paper will discuss how you can display your model in Solidworks using draft angle method and what practice problems it may pose.

A step draft is a variation of a parting line draft. The step draft creates one face rotated about the plane used as the Direction of Pull. ... At least one parting line segment is coincident to the parting plane on each draft face. All other parting line segments are in the pull direction of the plane.

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