Sure. At the top of a drawing view dialog box is the option to select which configuration is used for the view.
One way would be to make a configuration which unsuppresses a 'delete body' feature to remove the solid material and select that configuration for the drawing view. Leave the delete body feature suppressed for the default or any other configurations you wish to see the finished part and not just the skeleton.
Right. Anywhere you have solid geometry that you want to represent with a single line, you're going to have to sketch that single line.
The view you require looks like a combination of cross sectional solid geometry and single line representations of solid geometry, therefore it needs to a brute-force hand sketch to create it.
If the part has a plane in the center of its thickness, open a sketch on that plane, and perform 'intersection curve' on the outline geometry to create the outline and then hand sketch rest. Constrain everything to the existing part geometry so it behaves if you make changes to the part.
After that, there's more than one way to make the required view, I'll attach an example of what I just described. The left view is the 'default' configuration, the right view is the 'simple view' configuration.
But i want just single lines in drawing view where there's solid geometry in the model as like as attached picture.
Thank you so much. I think for this kind of drawing its better to draw the skeleton first the the solid from that skeleton. Thanks again.
You could divide the face of the model with a sketch using the split curve command. The lines/edges will show up in the drawing.
You can also choose to hide lines in the drawing view. I think it will be difficult, but you could hide half of the lines, and you'd get the single outline.
Try to make some DXF files with combined sketches. Your need is not logical. Single lines is not a surface such as a surface is not a solid. These are three state designs. So you can add dxf files in the drawings.