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ptc-1703378
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modelcheck

Everyone,

I need MC to give me an error for empty parameters. I can show an error for incorrect value just not them being empty.

PRT_PARAMETERDRESCRIPTION STR EQ ??????????????????????

TIA

Ben


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bfrandsen
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Ben,
PRT_PARAMETER DESCRIPTION STR NEQ NULL might do the job for you.
Bjarne



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Everyone,
I need MC to give me an error for empty parameters.  I can show an error
for incorrect value just not them being empty.
PRT_PARAMETER DRESCRIPTION STR EQ ??????????????????????
TIA
Ben
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Hi all,

Our ModelCheck files were configured by someone years ago who no longer works at the company.
In trying to understand how they work, I've noticed that there are three .mch check files. There have quite a number of entries (rows), but look to be very similar in regard to their respective settings.
For those using MC, do you have different mch files for checking models at different stages, or do you just use one?

Thanks,
Stefan

Here is a great presentation to help you.

Making ModelCHECK Work for You<">http://portal.ptcuser.org/p/do/sd/sid=1170&type=0>

Can Model Check report if features are not molded to the nominal dimension
specified on the drawing.

An example might be a thru hole that is modeled at .625 and dimensioned
.625 +.010 -.000

Can it be configured to report that a feature was not modeled with the
nominal value in this case .630?

Thanks in advance,

Robert

Does anyone know if ModelCHECK is capable of flagging any non-symmetrically toleranced dimensions on drawings?
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