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+/+ Tolerance display

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+/+ Tolerance display

Hi, I want to show a tolerance on a drawing to be +/+ and not +/-, such as: 25 +0.1 +0.3 I have selected 'Plus-Minus' from tolerance mode, but the lower tolerance box seems to automatically make it a minus figure. I have tried to type 0.3 in the upper tolerance box, and +0.1 in the lower tolerance box. But it disregards my '+' and displays it as -0.1. Any ideas?
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"Joseph Lord" wrote:

Hi, I want to show a tolerance on a drawing to be +/+ and not +/-, such as: 25 +0.1 +0.3 I have selected 'Plus-Minus' from tolerance mode, but the lower tolerance box seems to automatically make it a minus figure. I have tried to type 0.3 in the upper tolerance box, and +0.1 in the lower tolerance box. But it disregards my '+' and displays it as -0.1. Any ideas?

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Try .3 as upper tolerance and -.1 for the lower tolerance. When you show the tolerance it should display as +.3 and +.1.
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Yeah, By putting -0.1 in the lower tolerance, it comes out as +0.1. Cheers I also noticed that if you put -0.3 in the upper limit it comes out a -0.3. Weird.
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Re: +/+ Tolerance display

I just had to do this last week, type a -.1 dimension in the lower side and it'll print right.
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Re: +/+ Tolerance display

You can also add the folowing line behind the @D code. @++0.5@#@--0.5@# If you change the second '-' into a + it became +0.5 +0.5
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