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Precision error in empty sketch space.

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rpaldi2
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Precision error in empty sketch space.

Just in empty sketch. I think it cause sketch precision error... Can it be updated?

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TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: rpaldi2

@rpaldi2 

Can you File>Export your *.f3d file to your local drive and then Attach it here to a Reply?

I didn’t see you type in any dimensions?

Message 3 of 9
rpaldi2
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

No it's just an empty space I've opened just before

Message 4 of 9
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: rpaldi2


@rpaldi2 wrote:

No it's just an empty space I've opened just before


It’s not empty space - I see you create under defined geometry in the space?

Once you create geometry (under defined or fully defined) the space is no longer empty.

Can’t you see the geometry you created? What graphics card/driver are you using?

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g-andresen
in reply to: rpaldi2

Hi,

check your preferences

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günther

Message 6 of 9
rpaldi2
in reply to: g-andresen

I've already checked, but it's just invisible. When measured, the error still exists

Message 7 of 9
rpaldi2
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

How do i define my geometry?

After Restart computer - launch Fusion, That still happens.

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Message 8 of 9
HughesTooling
in reply to: rpaldi2

Well I was quite suppressed to find even if I fully constrain the sketch before offsetting you do still get that small error (too small to measure in the real world). But if you just type 1 in as the offset it is accurate.

HughesTooling_0-1689237439392.png

After typing 1 then editing the dimension. My advice to you would be turn off the grid, turn off snap to grid and then full constrain and dimension your sketches. If you enter a size in a dimension it will be accurate.HughesTooling_1-1689237500958.png

 

 

Mark Hughes
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TheCADWhisperer
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@rpaldi2 wrote:

How do i define my geometry?


@rpaldi2 

Attach file here as originally requested for demonstration.

As stated previously - I did not see you typing any dimensions.

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