The real world!
I have a metric drawing that has the "lead_trail_zero" set to std_metric[std_english]. For a metric dimension like 5.50, Pro displays the dimension as 5.5. No problem so far, except for the global tolerance table in the title block. The one that has .X = +/-.5, .XX = +/-.25, and .XXX = +/-.13 or so. The design intent is 5.50 +/- .25, but since the standard drops the training zero you get 5.5 +/-.5, not good. How do you avoid this situation, maintain the metric standardsand NOT have to tolerance every dimension?
Thanks
Hi Brent,
I'm curious as to how you are integrating these tolerance tables with the drawing. I understand how to create tolerance blocks for the ANSI standards (&linear_tol_0_0...), but I haven't been able to locate any similar parameters for the ISO/DIN standard. I would prefer that these tolerance blocks get updated as the model class is changed, but I haven't been able to find a method to do this yet.
Thanks,
Drew