Does this mean isolating the elements in model view that you would like to see move their position on the axonometric drawing and saving them as 3D views. And then compositing these 3D views in a layout that you achieve the "explosion" effect (moving elements up, down or sideways from their actual position)?
Nice! Have an axonometric to do and look forward to testing this method.
One more question: Are the view that you save "live" in the sense that any changes in wall thickness or beam profile dimensions update themselves automatically in the axonometric?
I have created a 3D document from an axonometric drawing as the basis for isolating different elements and saving them as views for compositing. What is the best way to isolate elements in this 3D document. Only with turning off layers or is it possible to isolate selected elements like the F4 button does for perspective? Is there a similar way to do this for the 3D document?
Last time I did this I grouped up the elements into the subgroups I wanted and then saved each group as a module and designated a corner of my project to arranging things. I put the modules on a Master Layer with separate layer intersection group number so it won't interfere with anything and is easy to hide.
I found it easier to annotate in a complete 3D document, than cobbling together something on layout only.