Drew can create batches of drawings in two ways:
In both cases, we only create new drawings for models that have no drawing yet. We create up to ten drawings at a time.
Our blueprints contain dozens of your drawing preferences. When Drew starts a new drawing for you, it can add:
Besides the template and sheet format, all items are optional.
When Drew has started (up to) ten drawings, you can make quick changes like adding a view, adding important dimensions, or adding a cross-section. Saving only takes a single click because Drew saves the drawing next to the part or assembly and with the same name.
If you are making a drawing for a multibody part, you can create a sheet for each body with one click. Or a 1:1 flat pattern for each sheet metal body.
When you create body sheets, Drew attempts to add dimensions, like the length and width of rectangular contours, diameters of circular contours and thickness of sheet metal. For non-straight weldment ends, Drew will add two angle dimensions.
Drew can add a sheet per body and add views and dimensions. For straight weldments, we even rotate the body so it lays flat on the sheet. Sheet metal bodies get a flat pattern plus a thickness dimension, all according to your preferences.