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  • Jeff Andresen
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    Sorry for the poor explanation.
    Actually, I need the distance between two lines less .025.
    I tried a generic feature and got crazy numbers.

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  • johnboy
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    You could create an offset point. Create a point offset without a reference feature with values of 0,0,0. In the edit window change one axis to your variable such as Var0. Then just dimension that axis on that point.

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  • Mike N.
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    assign a variable to the measured dia
    something like...
    assign/v1 = cir1.d.meas
    assign/v2 = v1 - .025

    create a generic feature and in command window edit the v2 variable into the Diameter field
    then report the diameter of that generic feature

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  • Schrocknroll
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    If your nominal size is from circle cir1 then insert "cir1.d-.25" into the nominal for a generic feature. Or you could put it into a comment. If it is from a location callout i.e. loc1, then use "loc1.d.meas".

    Don't include the quotes.

    HTH

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  • Jeff Andresen
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    Need help with math formula

    I need to subtract .025 from the nominal size and report that as a location.
    Can anyone help?
    Thanks

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