Hi Folks,\n\nI need to create a complete set of engineering drawings for a general\naviation aircraft. I will have hundreds of individual part drawings\nand many assembly drawings based on these parts. I am planning to\nmodel the aircraft in 3D and then create the working drawings based on\nthis model. I would like your oppinion on how such a project would\ntypically be structured. IOW, would you have a single file for each\npart consisting of a model and the drawings associated with just that\npart? Then, say, another file for each assembly of parts and the\nassociated drawings of the assembly? Perhaps you'd do something\ncompletely different? Any help in this regard is appreciated.\n\nNext, I'm fairly familiar with ACAD, but I am not very familiar with\nits 3D features. Would I be better served to use a product like RHINO\n3D or maybe even Inventor to do the 3D design work? What problems, if\nany, will this create down the road other than having to modify the\nmodels using a seperate application?\n\nTIA!