Poll – Does your company use Annotative Text & Dimensions in model space.

Besides Civil 3D users, I know of no engineering firm that uses annotative text or dimensions in Model Space. I tend to teach people how to use it so that they know how. But I also teach them how to place text as dimensions in a layout tab since that is what I know most companies use and I don’t want the person to be thrown into a scenario where they don’t know how to do one or the other.

If you do answer “YES” Please explain how other disciplines (Structural. Electrical, mechanical) deal with your annotative text & Dims displaying in their model?

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2 Responses to Poll – Does your company use Annotative Text & Dimensions in model space.

  1. Bruce Bartley says:

    We’re using annotative Dimensions, Text, Mtext, Mleaders, Blocks and Dynamic Blocks with Annotative scaling.
    With it I can draw the model once and let the scaling do it’s job. No doubling up. The dimensions don’t lie. They show up in the viewports I want them in
    Bruce

  2. jamescolaco says:

    The annotative text and dimensions are not so frequently used but as we use them the models are designed at once. But only in some cases they are used.

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