I am currently using microstation ss3 ver 8.11.09.578 and my drawing is scaled to 1:1. I would like a scale of 1/2"=1'-0". Can someone show me the calcs and the steps how to do this?
create a sub model and self ref the master model and attach it at a scale of 1/2"= 12 " or 1:24 ( ie 1"=24" ) or create a saved view of the master model and attach that as a ref with 1:24 scale in the ref manager. . btw what units is your design file in? We are metric here Australia so scaling is really easy....
How are you using your title block or sheet frame paper outline will also affect what steps to do?
Currently Using V8iss10 (8.11.09.919)
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I have been trying the for weeks and cant get the sheet model to work can you help me with this?
MicroStation V8i (SELECT series 3) - Version 08.11.09.578
Microstation Connect 10.14.00.109
Can't get it to work, how?
Hello Mr. Lothian,
Can't get it to work when trying to create a sheet model and a simple landscape 11"x17" border sheet.
Post a screenshot of your DGN showing which part of the drawing should be visible on the sheet
Never mind, watch this to get the idea. I don't normally have 'murican' sheet sizes or scales in my config but I added the ANSI B and 1/2" = 1'-0" for this test. I don't think your proposed scale is correct, as you can see, you would not be able to fit a titleblock on the sheet. I just picked part of the DGN file which would be closest to fit the sheet at the scale, made a saved view (as I always do) and attached that as a reference file. Nothing difficult about it at all.
Be sure to right-click on the animation below, and Open in New Tab to view full size
Thanks for the video I will study this more and if I have more problems do you mind if i can ask you? Can you add the ansi b border?
I cant enlarge your video with chrome or window explorer it only allow to open a image in a new tap also is there away to pause this it is super fast.