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JohnPonikvar
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Broken dimension

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11-18-2002 05:14 AM
Ok, I had to post this in CF

d94=4.875 is correct. It is a driven dimension as it dimensionaly constrained from the other end of the part. (not visible)

So what gives with d93=6.546? Both dimensions pickup from the same end. (visible)

I have tried to reconstrain it but....


JP
*Reed, Darin S.
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Re: Broken dimension

11-18-2002 06:07 AM in reply to: JohnPonikvar
oh that's funny, can you post the ipt
file?


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JohnPonikvar
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11-18-2002 07:55 AM in reply to: JohnPonikvar
Darin

The file is posted. Sketch 2 on Main Assembnly Holes

Funny thing. I opened the file and moved the End of Part (EOP) marker up to reduce the file size for posting. Save Copy As. 0pened the copy, to be sure all OK. Guess what, fixed the offense. So I opened the original, moved EOP up and then back... fixed.

I posted the broken one for everyon's entertainment.


Beats me

jp
*Keller, Kent
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11-18-2002 08:03 AM in reply to: JohnPonikvar
Doing a rebuild all fixes it. Don't know why it got in that state though.... obviously
not a good deal.

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"JohnPonikvar" wrote in message
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> Darin
> The file is posted. Sketch 2 on Main Assembnly Holes
> Funny thing. I opened the file and moved the End of Part (EOP) marker up to reduce the
file size for posting. Save Copy As. 0pened the copy, to be sure all OK. Guess what, fixed
the offense. So I opened the original, moved EOP up and then back... fixed.
> I posted the broken one for everyon's entertainment.
>
> Beats me
> jp
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JohnPonikvar
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11-18-2002 08:38 AM in reply to: JohnPonikvar
Thanks Kent

I should have known to try the rebuild. Sure is a odd thing, they do crop up now and again don't they.


JP
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