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    I got a cad 4.0 and I am checking a profile of the moldline. On the report window I right click on the profile readout and edit it so I can see the MIN, MAX values. Is there a way I can make pc-dmis display these MIN-MAX points on my model?

    The second questions is can you explain me what the meaning of the these terms
    under Feature Location - Prad, Pang, D, R, A, L, H, V, Form .
    Thank you for your much need it help.
    Pc-Dmis 4.2, Zeiss Eclipse
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  • #2
    Prad= polar radius
    Pang= Polar Angle
    D= diameter
    R= radius
    l= length(for lines)
    h= height for studs
    V= vector

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    • #3
      Get rid of 4.0 completely. Download 4.1 or 3.7 MR3...
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      • #4
        Originally posted by rangerboat72 View Post
        Get rid of 4.0 completely. Download 4.1 or 3.7 MR3...
        Is that really bad Ranger?
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        • #5
          We've totally abandoned 4.0 @ our plant. I believe most everyone on the forum has abandoned it too. Too many bugs and too many things that should work properly do not...
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          • #6
            Does 4.0 has a problem calculating the profile? I am looking at the deviation on my points and it does not show the same as the min-max on the profile...any ideas how to see where those min - max came from?
            Pc-Dmis 4.2, Zeiss Eclipse
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            • #7
              The DEV shown will probably be equal to DOUBLE the value of the extreme reading.
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              Originally posted by AndersI
              I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.

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              • #8
                Insert an analysis command below your dimension.
                After you set the multiplier, the deviation arrows will appear on your model.

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