Diameter of a cylinder in the report

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  • Diameter of a cylinder in the report

    Hello !

    I've had another question : How could I write the diameter of a measured cylinder in the report, with the min and max of the specification....

    Thank you for your attention !

    Guillaume

    PS : Yes I know, this question is too simple, but I've read the titles of threads (and many threads) of the 500 answers given by the search of "diameter cylinder report" ; I've read the french help of PCDMIS 3.25... and didn't find the answer...
    So, I would understand that you don't give me the direct anwer but direction to find it !!!
    Born to teach... but have all to learn http://www.guillaume-martin.fr/ecole/ !

    (Windows NT / PC-DMIS 3.25)

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    Go to Options...Parameters....check your min/max box
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    • #3
      Not sure about your version, but in mine:

      1: place the cursor near the top of your program.
      2: add this line:

      Code:
      FORMAT/TEXT,OPTIONS, ,HEADINGS,SYMBOLS, ;NOM,TOL,MEAS,DEV,OUTTOL,MAXMIN,
      Or:

      In my version: go to Edit/Preferences/Parameters/Dimension and click MaxMin. That adds this same line of code wherever the cursor happens to be. Make sure the cursor is located at the point where you want the line to be inserted.


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      • #4
        Hello !

        I tryed to do like you said, but it wasn't able to show the diameter of the cylinder in the report...

        But it gave me the good keywords to search in the french help !!

        I did :
        - Menu dimension
        - Location => A window opened for the location
        - I selected the cylinder
        - In "Axes", I only cheked "D"
        - In "Tolerances", I choosed "all axes"

        The diameter of the cylinder was shown in the report.

        I hope that with this method, I don't have problem with the "work plane" !!!

        Thank you very meuch for your help,

        Guillaume MARTIN
        Born to teach... but have all to learn http://www.guillaume-martin.fr/ecole/ !

        (Windows NT / PC-DMIS 3.25)

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