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assign manual dimensions ASD2013

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04-21-2013 11:40 AM

Is it posible once a group has document attached to assign maunal dimensions in edition tab ...ASD2013

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Re: assign manual dimensions ASD2013

05-12-2013 09:13 PM in reply to: muleman1

That's pretty much how I do it. I have dimension style templates for different types of details I make. Most of them have the dimensions turned off and I manually dimension the part. ASD likes to dimension way too many points that confuses the fabricator. If you don't turn off the dimensions in the style, and decide to move around and align the ones ASD does automatically, if you update the detail due to adding a hole in the model or something, all the dimensions get reset to messy again. I find it faster to just add them myself sometimes. Especially for stairs, where ASD loads up the dimensions .

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Re: assign manual dimensions ASD2013

05-13-2013 04:22 AM in reply to: markhubrich

Mark, how do you turn off the dimensions? I can't find the option to get ASD to stop automatically dimensioning so that I can just manually dimension. Like you said, it's way too cluttered for anyone to understand.

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Re: assign manual dimensions ASD2013

05-13-2013 07:14 AM in reply to: Jianna

I'm an idiot, aren't I? You just have to go into "Adjust Style" or "Change Style" and uncheck everything.

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