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How do you dimension hole depth?

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How do you dimension hole depth?

I can get the diameter just fine, but I can't figure out how to get the depth. Google has not been helpful.

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Re: How do you dimension hole depth?

Those are text symbols. See the lower right corner of the dialog in the image above.

There are several ways to get the dimension values. Use the "switch symbols" button when editing a feature or when annotations are shown.

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Re: How do you dimension hole depth?

Are you talking about showing the annotation in a drawing?

The dimension has to be normal to a view. Alternatively, you can use the depth parameter of that feature in a note to maintain associativity.

Re: How do you dimension hole depth?

Here is an example that will work in both model annotation and drawing annotation.

hole_note.JPG

Re: How do you dimension hole depth?

How did you get that depth character?

Re: How do you dimension hole depth?

Those are text symbols. See the lower right corner of the dialog in the image above.

There are several ways to get the dimension values. Use the "switch symbols" button when editing a feature or when annotations are shown.

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Re: How do you dimension hole depth?

The problem isn't solved.  In CREO 5 the dim annotation 'dimension text' dialog does not have a depth symbol.

Re: How do you dimension hole depth?

It's still there.  You just need to scroll down.

Creo Depth Symbol.png