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Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

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Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

Hi there

I want to set up a relation between one dimension and a result of one measurement. I created a feature measurement but still I could not find out the way to reference it in relations editor... can you help me out?

btw the dimension belongs to one part and the measurement result is from another part in an assembly

Thanks

Sergio

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Re: Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

Process of creating relations with measurement:

Step1

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Step2

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If the relation is on assembly level, than you need to specify from which part it´s comming from. See Kate Leipold post.

I hope it will be helpfull

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Re: Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

Hello

Please try edit design options

Regards

Vijay

Re: Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

When you are in the relations IU, use the bracket icon to open the parameter window. From there you can work your way to the measurement parameters. When you highlight the parameter (measurement) you want to use, click the prompt in the lower left. This adds the parameter to the relation window.

Re: Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

if the measurement is a distance, than you will reference by

DISTANCE:FID_NAME:0

NAME is the feature id. 0 is the part number.

you can also reference measurements such as angle, length, etc.

These do show up by expanding your local parameters to include current and all sublevels.

Re: Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

Process of creating relations with measurement:

Step1

04.jpg

Step2

041.jpg

If the relation is on assembly level, than you need to specify from which part it´s comming from. See Kate Leipold post.

I hope it will be helpfull

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Re: Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

Re: Creo2.0 - how to use measurement results in relations

thanks for your feedback everyone!!

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