Pro/E allows us to to create Countersunk and Counterbore holes in the model. Is there a way to get the note on the drawing to read in the format shown in the attched image?
I'm struggling with this too, making a parametric hole note / call out. In my case, I can cause Creo to crash, pretty much on command when annotating a c'sunk hole. Instead of just making a note attached to the hole with manually entered numbers, I am using the "&adXX:X" system dims [dimension, then double click the hole edge to get a dim] in the note call-out; one for the smaller, inner dia, and the other for the larger, outer dia. SO, my hole note will have 3 lines, the first line being the small dia: "&adXX:X", the 2nd line will have the larger, c-sunk dia.: "\ /&adXX:X x 82°" and the last line (3rd line) is how many I have: "3 HOLES", per the ANSI standards.
It grabs them no problem,, and I have my hole note. all is good, so far. Even with the green dot saying it's all up to date & regenerated. But, then when I try to add a 2nd sheet to the drawing, crash! Even some printing tries have caused it to crash. Now, it does seem to work well if it's the first & only model. But, if I close, clean the memory, then re-open it, it will then crash upon adding the 2nd sheet... And, it only happens when I grab the two dimensions into a note. If I leave them as 2 dims, no problems..
I do this type of note routinely for rectangles, obrounds, and hex holes. But it's only the c-sunk holes that seem to crash my system.
Today, I had a bit spare time so I decided to customize my hole notes. I had already done for threaded holes, now it's done for countersink and counterbore holes. I'm quite happy about that as it's not a really easy job as usual with PTC.
Here's what I get now !
As I'm note an egoist guy, I share my hole file ! It's for metric holes.
I use a similar .hol file to call out dowel holes. It works perfectly outside of Windchill. When I check in the model/drawing and open it via Creo View, the callout information is missing. Does anyone else have that problem?