How to translate a 3D model into a 2D drawing with dimensions in SolidWorks?

Good time of day. Here I have conceived the machine 3-axis CNC machining to assemble. Searches drawings led me to the model of the machine Alternative-2. One plugging, I don't quite know how to handle all sorts of SOLIDWORKS and 3D-Compasses. What is the easiest way to translate 3D models into drawings so they could give turners and millers? In the factory shops of the computers there, and the peasants there in age, any Solidi and Compasses in the eye not seen before, so they have to bring everything on paper and the size. Thanks in advance for the answer!
Or share the drawing of such a machine, if you do not mind.
The drawings here then
September 19th 19 at 12:23
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September 19th 19 at 12:25
In the solid there are functions for automatic arrangement of dimensions and dimensional combinations - it is possible to make sketches. But first it is better to show the familiar design engineers or technologists.
Workers need not only the paper types and sizes, but the correct types, sizes, tolerances, with digestible sized chains, which is necessary and sufficient. Depending on the purpose details are specified tolerances on dimensions and shape. By default (without indication of tolerances) all are made in 14 kvalitet precision (h14/H14) (depending on the size of the absolute value of the change, PTS. widely). If you want to do it yourself, then you can take a course of engineering graphics.

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