I have a part that has 5 M3 x 0.5 tapped holes. Only 4 of them show up in the hole table I created in a drawing.
I have deleted and recreated the hole table several times. Same result.
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What software and version/build?
What does this have to do with a Data Exchange issue?
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Check to make sure that all of your holes are created on the same surface as the origin of the hole table. If you have holes going in from top and bottom and the origin is created with the top surface as a reference, the hole table will only show holes that go in from the top surface.
We avoid hole tables for this reason...
Here are the files involved. there are 6 M3 x 0.50, only 4 show up on the table. I have tried deleting and replacing the holes among other things. The problem seems to be related to location? Also, do you know of a way to enter other than the default decimal places not all holes require 3 place decimal, I would like some of them to be 2 place decimal. I'd like to be able to add tolerances to a few of them also. Thanks in advance for your help.
Unable to open drawing as it is reporting for missing mrf-07-171-02_brkt_carr_pln/mrf-07-171-03_brkt_carr_pln/mrf-07-171-04_brkt_carr_pln
I think I just found the problem. I didn't model this part so I was unaware that the hole in question was originated on the opposite side of the part thus it din't share the coordinate system used to orient the hole table.
Thanks all who answered.
You cannot get all 6 'J' holes in the table! As mentioned by Tdaugherty, 2 of those holes are on a different surface than the 4 in your chart.
BTW - In your notes, your reference to ANSI Y14.5(M) is incorrect. The proper name is ASME Y14.5-<year>. It has not been an ANSI spec since about 1973. The (M) was removed with the 2009 spec. The year is required so people know which version of the spec you are referring to.
Provo Craft? Is this a part of a Cricut machine?