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Define particular hole tolerance to particular hole series in hole table?

Solution Partner Pioneer Solution Partner Pioneer
Solution Partner Pioneer

Hi Everyone...

 

We have to add (+-0.1 mm ) tolerance for "A" hole series and (+-0.2mm) for " B " hole series in hole table in Solid Edge.

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I applied but it is for all entire column (PFA... For X coordinate)

 

How we can do this?

 

ONe more My" feature callout dimension" not showing even call out properties are right, from where we can control this? 

 

 

Can we Remove dot.  from hole table list and keep it as A1, A2, A3 instead of A.1, A.2,A.3.

 

 

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Re: Define particular hole tolerance to particular hole series in hole table?

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

@Atul3d  For Hole location tolerance, I believe you will need to add a user defined column and just add the tolerance for each row manually.

 

The Callout settings only drive a Column called "Hole Callout 1" etc... You must add it as a Column.

 

To remove the Dot from the index number, see the Options tab of the Hole Properties dialog and see the section labled Hole Annotation and specifically the "Delimiter:" field.



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Re: Define particular hole tolerance to particular hole series in hole table?

Solution Partner Pioneer Solution Partner Pioneer
Solution Partner Pioneer

 

Dear @KennyG Sir,

 

 

Thank u for your last reply.

 

One Of our user Not getting proper output from the smart dimension > Feature Callout  (as in figure).

 

Where is control text or we can say property text of that smart dimension > Feature Callout?

 

The second Pic showing the accurate o/p.

 

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Re: Define particular hole tolerance to particular hole series in hole table?

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

Hi @Atul3d

 

 

 

@KennyG, I hope it is OK, when answering the question asked to You:

 

So You either can modify the seting for this single dimension only, going to the Properties (RMB) and there to the Feature Calout tab:

 

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Or You change the setting for all dimensions of the same style, via the Styles Setup:

 

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I hope, it was OK answering the question and I was able to help.

 

regards
Wolfgang

Re: Define particular hole tolerance to particular hole series in hole table?

Solution Partner Pioneer Solution Partner Pioneer
Solution Partner Pioneer

Dear @hawcad & @KennyG Sir,

 

How to merge the Same size Holes in the hole table and mention the single Annotation.?

 

How to break the Hole table into two gaps so I can place on two drafting sheet by dividing them.

Suppose in the A4 size sheet, hole table is not mappable?

 

Thanking you.

Atul Lalage

 

Re: Define particular hole tolerance to particular hole series in hole table?

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

Hi @Atul3d

 

 

placing parts of a table onto different draft sheetrs works as for any other tables.

 

You have a table property called Maximum Height

Using that property will split Your table automatically into according subsets.

 

And at the location tab  You will be able to select the draft sheet for every single subset of that table.

 

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regards
Wolfgang

Re: Define particular hole tolerance to particular hole series in hole table?

Solution Partner Pioneer Solution Partner Pioneer
Solution Partner Pioneer

Thank you, Sir,

 

Can we merge cells of hole table & put a single note for it.

 

e.g. In below table, can we merge 8.5 mm and put a single note?

 

 

 

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Re: Define particular hole tolerance to particular hole series in hole table?

Solution Partner Pioneer Solution Partner Pioneer
Solution Partner Pioneer

Dear Sir,

 

How to merge cell in hole table?