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jmartzig
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Theoretical Edges?

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12-04-2002 08:57 PM
i'm in idw, and i have some hefty fillets on this simple trapezoidal part. i wanted to show the 4 coners without fillets. how do i do this? -Joe
*Dotson, Sean
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Re: Theoretical Edges?

12-04-2002 10:34 PM in reply to: jmartzig
Sketch in extension lines?  Do you want to
show them or just dimension to them?  If the latter then you don't have to
make a sketch use the "intersection" context selection when placing your
dimension.


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i'm
in idw, and i have some hefty fillets on this simple trapezoidal part. i
wanted to show the 4 coners without fillets. how do i do this?
-Joe
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jmartzig
Posts: 609
Registered: ‎12-01-2003
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12-05-2002 02:01 AM in reply to: jmartzig
i was trying to sketch in the lines, but even before i tried to sketch, i highlighted my view, then hit sketch, but the sketch lines weren't 'sticking' to the endpoints. but i'll try your other method - didn't know about that. thanks Sean. -Joe
*Keller, Kent
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12-05-2002 02:08 AM in reply to: jmartzig
IN R6 you have to project the lines to the sketch if I remember right.
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"jmartzig" wrote in message news:f129bb7.1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> was trying to sketch in the lines, but even before i tried to sketch, i highlighted my
view, then hit sketch, but the sketch lines weren't 'sticking' to the endpoints. but i'll
try your other method - didn't know about that. thanks Sean. -Joe

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