To show the hidden surface again, click View > Hide/Show Bodies , select the translucent bodies in the graphics area and click .
To select hidden bodies to be shown:
- In the graphics area, select the multibody part.
- Right-click the multibody part and select Show Hidden Bodies. All bodies that were hidden are now shown, and all bodies that were visible are now hidden.
- In the dialog box, click Exit Show Hidden.
How do I unhide in Solidworks?
If the component is hidden, you can show it again by right-clicking the component in the FeatureManager design tree (not in the drawing view) and selecting Show/Hide > Show Component.
How do you hide a feature in Solidworks?
To show or hide a component from the shortcut menu: Right-click a component in the drawing view or in the FeatureManager design tree and select Show/Hide > Hide Component.
How do you show surface bodies in Solidworks drawing?
To show the hidden surface again, click View > Hide/Show Bodies , select the translucent bodies in the graphics area and click . You can still select from the FeatureManager design tree to Hide or Show, but it does not open the PropertyManager or display the model in a translucent state.
What are display states in Solidworks?
Display states define different combinations of display settings for each component in an assembly or each feature or body in a part.
How do I Unsuppress all in Solidworks?
Click Unsuppress on the Features toolbar. (In parts with multiple configurations, applies to only the current configuration.) Click Edit > Unsuppress, then select This Configuration, All Configurations, or Selected Configurations.
How do you save an isolated component in Solidworks?
To isolate components that share a mate, right-click the mate in the FeatureManager design tree and click Isolate. Select the component you want to edit and click Edit Part or Edit Assembly . Optionally click Save as Display State to save the display characteristics to a new display state.
What is suppress in Solidworks?
When you suppress a feature, it is removed from the model (but not deleted). The feature disappears from the model view and is shown in gray in the FeatureManager design tree. If the feature has child features, the child features are also suppressed.