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Parameter display in Drawing

bbusschers
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Parameter display in Drawing

Hello,

I want to display a model parameter on an assembly drawing.
I know that I can display the parameter by adding the note: &parameter.

But because the model is an assembly I have to add a number behind it if I want to display a parameter of a model in the assembly structure. like: &parameter:<number>.
How can I find out which number I have to use for which model in the assembly structure?
(At this moment I am doing it with trail and error 😞 )

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@bbusschers wrote:

Hello,

I want to display a model parameter on an assembly drawing.
I know that I can display the parameter by adding the note: &parameter.

But because the model is an assembly I have to add a number behind it if I want to display a parameter of a model in the assembly structure. like: &parameter:<number>.
How can I find out which number I have to use for which model in the assembly structure?
(At this moment I am doing it with trail and error 😞 )


Hi,

please read https://community.ptc.com/t5/3D-Part-Assembly-Design/Session-id/m-p/67625#M12249 discussion.


Martin Hanák

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@bbusschers wrote:

Hello,

I want to display a model parameter on an assembly drawing.
I know that I can display the parameter by adding the note: &parameter.

But because the model is an assembly I have to add a number behind it if I want to display a parameter of a model in the assembly structure. like: &parameter:<number>.
How can I find out which number I have to use for which model in the assembly structure?
(At this moment I am doing it with trail and error 😞 )


Hi,

please read https://community.ptc.com/t5/3D-Part-Assembly-Design/Session-id/m-p/67625#M12249 discussion.


Martin Hanák

... I found the above info using https://www.ptc.com/en/support/search page and searching for session id string.


Martin Hanák

Thanks: this was very helpful.

 

regards,
Bert

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