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MBD red line at a geometric tolerance

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MBD red line at a geometric tolerance

Hello,

 

What does it mean the red line under the annotation geometric tolerance? 

Creo 6.0.4.0

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Thanks

🙂

Thank you in advance
Mariana Sousa
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Re: MBD red line at a geometric tolerance

It's like spell checker for Office applications, only it is checking for proper GD&T definition.  It may not like the "TT" you have after the "Statistical" modifier symbol.

 

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Re: MBD red line at a geometric tolerance

I'm not using Creo 6, but in Creo 4, such a red line means that I'm missing something in my geometric tolerance definition. For example, if I have a parallelism tolerance but don't reference another datum, I get the red line.

Usually, for me, the reason for the red line is given in the message bar at the bottom of the main window. Something like "A datum reference is required".

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Re: MBD red line at a geometric tolerance

I'm exploring the MBD now.

Thanks Ken. 

Thank you in advance
Mariana Sousa
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Re: MBD red line at a geometric tolerance

It's like spell checker for Office applications, only it is checking for proper GD&T definition.  It may not like the "TT" you have after the "Statistical" modifier symbol.

 

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Re: MBD red line at a geometric tolerance

There is logic in what you said 🙂

Thanks for your answer.

Thank you in advance
Mariana Sousa
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