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ohunome
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"Edit Hole Note" feature problems

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11-18-2002 01:11 AM
This may be flawed in my opinion or I'm not doing something correct. Let's say I have a part file that has a drilled thru hole with a counter bore and is a Metric part. Now in the drawing module I'm using english units with metric as alternate. The problem is that the "edit hole note" feature won't allow for alternate units worse yet it will only use the units that are in the part file. So I'm right back to where I was in release 5.3 (forcing dimensions into the drawing module). Need referential integrity please!
*Dotson, Sean
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Re: "Edit Hole Note" feature problems

11-18-2002 02:16 AM in reply to: ohunome
The hole feature should use the units in which the
hole was defined regardless of the template units.

 

If you are making a manual dim of a hole, make a
new dimension style and define the units to be mm.  Use this style when
adding these hole dims...


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This
may be flawed in my opinion or I'm not doing something correct. Let's say I
have a part file that has a drilled thru hole with a counter bore and is a
Metric part. Now in the drawing module I'm using english units with metric as
alternate. The problem is that the "edit hole note" feature won't allow for
alternate units worse yet it will only use the units that are in the part
file. So I'm right back to where I was in release 5.3 (forcing dimensions into
the drawing module). Need referential integrity
please!
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ohunome
Posts: 765
Registered: ‎12-12-2003
Message 3 of 4 (45 Views)

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11-18-2002 02:30 AM in reply to: ohunome
I can understand having thread holes not allowed to change but a counter bore or drilled hole should have flexibility.
*McConnell, Cory
Message 4 of 4 (45 Views)

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11-18-2002 02:58 AM in reply to: ohunome
I have found them very flexible compared to 5.3.

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Cory McConnell
BJ pipeline Inspection
"ohunome" wrote in message
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> I can understand having thread holes not allowed to change but a counter
bore or drilled hole should have flexibility.
>
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