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LawrenceFHoughton
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Geometric tolerances -Zero's,comma's and points

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11-28-2012 03:18 PM

Glad I caught this error in Inventor 2013. 

 

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Thank you for your posting. In reviewing the issue it looks to be related to the dimension style you are using. From my testing it looks like you were using a DIN standard which gives the result you posted in the document. If you use an ANSI dimension style using a point it is not reproducible. But the comma does exhibit the same results.

 

For the time being you will need to be aware of the dimension style you’re using. I will log this with development.

 

Once again thank you for bring this to our attention. 

 

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mercerc
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Re: Geometric tolerances -Zero's,comma's and points

11-30-2012 05:46 AM in reply to: LawrenceFHoughton

Thank you for your posting. In reviewing the issue it looks to be related to the dimension style you are using. From my testing it looks like you were using a DIN standard which gives the result you posted in the document. If you use an ANSI dimension style using a point it is not reproducible. But the comma does exhibit the same results.

 

For the time being you will need to be aware of the dimension style you’re using. I will log this with development.

 

Once again thank you for bring this to our attention. 

 

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LawrenceFHoughton
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Re: Geometric tolerances -Zero's,comma's and points

11-30-2012 08:25 AM in reply to: mercerc

I was using ISO std.

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mercerc
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Re: Geometric tolerances -Zero's,comma's and points

11-30-2012 08:33 AM in reply to: LawrenceFHoughton

Different standard but the results are the same as DIN vs ANSI.

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