You will be able to find the 3D viewer as one of the four main panels that can be opened on the top right of your screen. You can either press the 3D-icon to open this panel or you can press shift+2.
With a model loaded the 3D viewer will look like this:
The following topics will be described in this article:
Click here to read more about the revision selector
Click here to read more about grids in the 3D viewer.
Click this to open the camera options
Here you can choose between the following:
Click the third button on the top right of the 3D viewer to open the 3D viewer tools.
Note that this button will usually look like this but might change appearance depending on which tool you have selected.
Opening this menu will let you choose between the following tools.
Object picker - Default
This tool will let you select objects
The keybind for this is space
Create clipping plane
Click here to create a clipping plane that is parallel with the object you hover over.
Click here to learn more about how to make clipping planes.
Create measure plane
Click here to create a measure plane that is parallel with the object you hover over.
Measure height between objects.
Click here to learn more about the laser measure.
The keybind for this is m
Click here to learn more about the measuring tape
The keybind for this is shift+m
The keybind for this is ctrl+m
Click here to clear any measurements you might have in the viewer.
Clicking this button shows the joystick on the screen.
The joystick lets you smoothly fly through the model in perspective mode and rotate around a central point in orthographic mode.
If you turn the joystick on you will see that the button changes and gets a dropdown.
With the dropdown next to the joystick you can configure the joystick location:
Click this button to open the 3D viewer settings dropdown
Click this button to open the 2D viewer
If you right click in the 3D viewer the options menu will show up.