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Patterned hole redefinition

Patterned hole redefinition

Allow redefinition of the type of a pattterned hole without having to delete the pattern first. It is handy to copy a part and modify the copy to make a mating part, but not so much if one has to delete a hole pattern to redefine from a tapped hole to a simple (clearance) hole, then remake the pattern. This is especially frustrating when the pattern has to be irregular to avoid breaking thru other features.

10 Comments
dhermosillo
13-Aquamarine
dhermosillo
13-Aquamarine
WayneSchrock
12-Amethyst

How many votes are required before an idea gets promoted to "Under Consideration"?

TomU
23-Emerald III

How many votes are required before an idea gets promoted to "Under Consideration"?


Unfortunately the number of votes has very little impact.  For something to get implemented, a product manager needs to see, think it's a good idea, and then be willing to allocate development time to it.  The vast majority of product ideas are never responded to by anyone inside PTC.  Less than 1% of them actually make it into the software and typically those are the ones that can be touted as new functionality (sell more seats or charge extra for.)  Core functionality improvements like this rarely make it in.  Sorry.

cfly
4-Participant

Indeed, I have heard nothing from PTC regarding this suggestion except for notifications that people are voting it up. I'm not even using PTC products anymore, and haven't in at least 5 years.

PTCModerator
Emeritus
Status changed to: Acknowledged
 
mneumueller
17-Peridot
Status changed to: Acknowledged

Thank you for the suggestion.  This is in the release theme backlog for future releases, but not part of immediate plans

mneumueller
17-Peridot
Status changed to: Implementation In Progress
 
mneumueller
17-Peridot
Status changed to: Delivered
cfly
4-Participant

Wow - only took ten years (and a week)! And of course, I use Solidworks now, so I get no benefit from it... Oh, well.