Settings Tab of Toolspace>Structure>Label Styles>Style Name being used>Layout Tab>Structure Text>Text>Click Radio button to Right of "Contents">Properties Tab>Properties>Inner Structure Diameter>Click on screen in right side of dialog (where you want diameter to show in label>Click the Right Arrow to move to right side>ok.
Two options as I see it, you can use a block to dsiplay the structure in both plan and profile or you could edit the part and add a wall thickness and floor thickness of almost 0 (I don't recommend using 0 very often as I've seen it cause issues with that ol' /0 thing so instead I use something like 0.001).
This worked great! Also, I set the wall thickness to 0.001, which is greater than 0 and will prevent other CAD users from seeing the size adjustment if their accuracy is set to (2 places) 0.00 which is our office standard. This way, if someone grabs a distance across the structure, they will not be aware of the adjustment to 4.001' they will just see 4.00'
Exactly. This is why I use 0.001' instead of 0 a lot. I've noticed this is particularly important when using subassemblies as using 0 will often cause the subassembly to "implode" on you.
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