Starting from Tekla Structures 2019i, you can now show model views, assemblies, and components in different view angles.
Show model views in a selected view angle
Model views now have a View angle option on the contextual toolbarfloating toolbar that contains commands for modifying the most common object properties
The user can customize the contextual toolbar.
The term mini toolbar is used in Tekla Structures until version 21.1.
You can examine the current modelmodel that is active in Tekla Structures
The current model can be a single-user model, a shared model or a working model.
view in different view angles by selecting a top, back, right, bottom, front, or left view.
To return to the original 3D viewview that displays objects three-dimensionally
3D view is one of the default views.
, click the button in the middle of the view angle options.
Show assemblies and components in a selected view angle
Assemblies and components, including connections and custom parts, now have a View angle option on the contextual toolbar.
You can show the selected assembly or component in different view angles by selecting a top, back, right, bottom, front, or left view.
The view angles are based on the assembly main partmain part that exists in an assembly
The assembly main part in a steel assembly may have other parts welded or bolted to it. By default, the assembly main part is not welded or bolted to any other parts.
The user can change the assembly main part.
's coordinate system. Because of that, the objects may not always appear as expected when you select a view angle. Note that the full object is not always shown.
To return to the original 3D view, click the button in the middle of the view angle options.