Here i have attached one component . i need to drafted drawing in understandable way .
Ramesh, What draft angle does the part require? It would be best if someone with SolidWorks 2013 added the draft. Otherwise, you'll only be able to import a "dumb model".
Take a loot at the attached image showing a section of your model. You'll want to add a fillet to the inside. Right now the model has almost no thickness and won't work well if it is produced.
Ramesh, Sorry, I misunderstood the original question. I thought you wanted to add draft to the model for casting or molding purposes. I should have read drafted as in making a drawing of the model.
Every manufacturer will require different information in a drawing. If you are trying to get this done as fast as possible, follow the SolidWorks tutorial on making a drawing (inserting views and dimensions). From there, determine what the most important dimensions are, and then determine the tolerance values you can live with. Show only those dimensions along with the overall part dimensions of length, width and height, and add a note that says to refer to the 3D model for any questions. It is not perfect, but you may be able to get away with it if someone will be using the 3D model to generate the tooling or pattern.
Making a proper drawing of the part could easily take a few hours, and would be very difficult for anyone that does not know the function of the part since tolerance values and critical values would be impossible to guess at.
Thanks Fred, actually i need the manufacturing drawing for the attached part. I don't know the how to make the manufacturing drawing for the design component. Attached component is going for pressure die casting . So i need the manufacturing drawing for that component. but i don't have any idea to make the drawing in a proper manner.
Could you help me in making the drawing
Ramesh, you should check the model, take a look at the attached image markded below area