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tolerances in drawing

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tolerances in drawing

in drawing there are many ways for displaying tolerances in drawing , i want to display tolerances to be like tol1.jpg not like tol2.jpg or tol3.jpg

all pic were attached

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Re: tolerances in drawing

Yes, it is an old drawing option available in Creo 2.0 as well. Make sure your are checking this in drawing options not in config options (File > Prepare > Drawing Properties > Detail options > Change)

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Re: tolerances in drawing

Just curious as to why you didn't just attach the jpeg images directly instead of putting them in a .rar file. I generally don't open .rar files unless I am absolutely certain I know the contents.


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

Re: tolerances in drawing

Compressed file formats are blocked by corporate firewalls. I can not open .zip or .rar files.

Re: tolerances in drawing

when i tried to put the image directly the massage ( this image type is forbidden ) why i do not know

Re: tolerances in drawing

i tried all the images extensions but no new

Re: tolerances in drawing

All,

tol1.jpg from Demac was as:

tol1.jpg

I don't think directly you can get this, however as an alternate option you can try using Plus-Minus tolerance mode and set lower tolerance to 0.0. After that blank 0.0 (lower tolerance) using drawing option blank_zero_tolerance as yes.

Result will be as:

1.jpg

Re: tolerances in drawing

thanks for reply but i did not find blank_zero_tolerance in drawing options ( i'm using creo 2)

Re: tolerances in drawing

I'm in Creo 2 also. It's there under the tolerances section in the drawing setup. (not config.pro)

FILE, PREPARE, DRAWING PROPERTIES, change (across from detail options)

blank.jpg


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

Re: tolerances in drawing

Yes, it is an old drawing option available in Creo 2.0 as well. Make sure your are checking this in drawing options not in config options (File > Prepare > Drawing Properties > Detail options > Change)

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Re: tolerances in drawing

that is what i want thanks