I have used the @S dimension symbol replacement when creating family table before. However, I would like to show my tolerances, not as text, with the dimension symbol - for instance A±.005. The tolerance values don't vary with the part instances, at least not yet, so I don't want to add them to the configuration table.
I know that tpm<dim#> is what is used in the table, however, I can't seem to use that in the dimension itself or in a note. I have tried "&tpm...", "&&tpm..." and "%tpm...". Is there a way to refer to the tolerance so that I can call it out separately? I have been using text versions of the value, but I am worried that a user will change the text, but not modify the model.
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