RUNOUT vs CIRCULAR RUNOUT

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  • RUNOUT vs CIRCULAR RUNOUT

    In 3.5 We Had The Runout Dimension, But In 4.1 They Call It Circular Runout Dimension. I Have A Part That I Am More Or Less Checking The Face Runout Back To A Cylinder ( Bore To Face ). I Did A Perimeter Scan And I Want To Check This Scan Back To The Cylinder. I Cannot Choose This Scan Using The Circular Runout Dimension Because It Doesn't Even Give Me The Choice In The I.d. Selection Box.
    Why Was This Changed? What Do I Select Now To Report Runout Of A Face Back To A Bore?
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    Sounds to me like your looking for perpendicularity not runout. My .02
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      • #4
        FYI IN THE HELP FILE STATES:

        The Insert | Dimension | Runout and Total Run menu options determine the runout of the first feature with respect to the second feature (i.e., the second feature becomes the datum feature). If only one feature is selected, the origin and the work plane become the datum feature. In this case, PC-DMIS uses the position from the origin and the direction from the workplane for the datum. The text in the Edit window for the datum feature will read "THE ORIGIN".
        • Circular Runout works for circles, cones, cylinders, and spheres.
        • Total Runout works for cylinders, cones, and planes.
        This dimension type is considered one sided, meaning a single positive value tolerance is applied.


        SO I AM ASSUMING I WOULD USE TOTAL RUNOUT TO CHECK A PLANE WITH A RUNOUT FEATURE FRAME(?)
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