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Drawing Angle Dimension Not Clocked on Centerline

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Drawing Angle Dimension Not Clocked on Centerline

Hello,

 

Attached should be a screenshot of the issue I'm having getting a dimension to behave. I have selected to display the angle between features of a pattern, but it doesn't line up directly on the centerline of the hole. Any suggestions?

 

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Re: Drawing Angle Dimension Not Clocked on Centerline

I think you need to regenerate.  Green dimensions (in my color scheme) mean a dimension has been changed but the model hasn't been regenerated.

Once regenerated, you may need to update the sheet (depending on your config settings).


Steve Williams
Pro/E Version 15/16 (Circa 1995/1996)

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Re: Drawing Angle Dimension Not Clocked on Centerline

I think you need to regenerate.  Green dimensions (in my color scheme) mean a dimension has been changed but the model hasn't been regenerated.

Once regenerated, you may need to update the sheet (depending on your config settings).


Steve Williams
Pro/E Version 15/16 (Circa 1995/1996)

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Re: Drawing Angle Dimension Not Clocked on Centerline

Green shows up when I hover over dimensions, on my system Red is for that situation. Thank you anyway Steven, I found a solution.

I redefined the pattern to be patterned on a dimension rather than the axis and now the 60 degree dimension shows up shows up on the centerline.

Best, Nicholas