Billet aluminium is used to create the Dynamic mirror. Its clean lines adapt to a variety of styles, giving any motorcycle personality and flair. Its adjustment system and anti-dazzle glass ensure excellent versatility and comfort, and it has a unique, clean appearance. There are three different versions to choose from.
To mirror pre-existing 2D sketch entities on a plane, pick Mirror Entities and then the entity you want to mirror. Select Dynamic Mirror Entities if you want to select the entity to mirror first, then draw the entities to mirror.
Create a mirror image of an assembly component that is symmetrically positioned around a plane. Click Mirror Components (Assembly toolbar) or Insert > Mirror Components in an assembly. Creating Opposite-Hand Versions of Assembly Components is a good place to start.
Begin by drawing a centre line (or regular line if you prefer). Then run the Dynamic Mirror command on the selected line. Aside from a double-tickmark at either end of your selected line and the fact that the Dynamic Mirror command appears to be pushed, you'll scarcely notice it's running.
In a sheet metal part, you can mirror features and bodies. An whole sheet metal part can also be mirrored to make an opposite-hand version of the original part. Many of the bends in a sheet metal part are mirrored when features and bodies are mirrored.
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