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My drawing hatch is so precise...

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05-14-2012 11:15 PM

...I launch space ships with it.

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-15-2012 06:31 PM in reply to: Vlad.Makarov

Hmm, I guess I'm the only one whose Inventor gives wacky default hatch values?

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-15-2012 07:47 PM in reply to: Vlad.Makarov

lol! I suppose you should charge extra for whatever that hatch is attached to and charge it out as 'extremely precision' or something of the similar.

 

Btw, I havent seen this on mine and use it all the time. It is quite funny tho :smileywink:

-Randy

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-15-2012 09:28 PM in reply to: Vlad.Makarov

Vlad, after using Inventor for a while and trying to track down reasons for assembly constraint failure, then numbers like that are common.

 

Why is Inventor so pedantic about numbers? .... lol

 

And Vlad, here's a challenge for you, try to measure that angle with your protractor .... lmfao!

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-17-2012 02:32 AM in reply to: Vlad.Makarov

Hi Vlad,

 

From where did you get the drawing? Created by you or received from someone? I\m curious whether did you enter value of 30 deg and then you found there 30.00022219255. Or you just received the drawing and check the hatching angle

 

-Jozef

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-18-2012 07:42 AM in reply to: Vlad.Makarov

Race to Space.jpg

 

I win! This was from a hatching of a section I just made.  No changes made... straight from the Inventor Realm

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-18-2012 11:05 AM in reply to: GSE_Dan_A

Did anyone notice that the error in those two hatch pattern are exactly the opposite? If you add them together you get 90.00000000000000.

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-18-2012 01:17 PM in reply to: mrattray

What are the odds?

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-18-2012 01:53 PM in reply to: jozef.dubaj

jozef.dubaj wrote:

Hi Vlad,

 

From where did you get the drawing? Created by you or received from someone? I\m curious whether did you enter value of 30 deg and then you found there 30.00022219255. Or you just received the drawing and check the hatching angle

 

-Jozef


Hi Jozef,

The drawings are my own. I see the wacky values when I change the hatch style.

It is happening in section views of assemblies.

 

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Re: My drawing hatch is so precise...

05-18-2012 02:07 PM in reply to: Vlad.Makarov

Volodya,

This is the value for Imperial degrees:smileylol:

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