The FRAGMENT2 command allows you to access the 'layers' in the 2D symbol view.
When in the 2D symbol, press CTRL+L and you will see the layer list - there are 16 layers.
You can draw in these layers and use them from your 2D script.
There is nothing like this in 3D.
What you have scripted is what you will see in 3D.
There is a PROJECT2 command for use in the 2D script that allows you to get front, side rear, isometric, etc., views of the 3D model.
2 problems with this.
It simply creates a '2D view' from the 3D script - so you will still see all of the triangulation lines if they are there.
And being in the 2D script will mean that you have to place this object in each section, elevation, detail, etc., that you want to see it in. You will effectively be placing a 2D object in each view.
Actually a 3rd problem, you will need separate objects for each view (front, side, back, etc.) or a parameter in the object that will allow you to change the view generated.
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