First, it's good practice to have a driving Variable for each Dimension. You should not edit Dimensions directly. Make a Variable for each Dimension you want to work with and then use that Variable name as the formula for the Dimension.
Dim V392 28.000 Formula MyVariable
Var MyVariable 28.000
Now just work with the Variable.
Secondly, this also helps when you are dealing with "Nominal" vs "Actual" values like pipe sizes. You can have the Dimension formula be something like
Dim V392 28.063 Formula MyVariable + .0625
(or some other more complex formula) and then just work with nominal sizes.
Posted by: Terry Tyson Post date: 10/11/2012 7:43:23 AM