Thickness of curved plate.

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  • Thickness of curved plate.

    Hey guys

    I have a part that i need to measure the thickness of
    its 1mm thick and one side of the part has R105, the other side R107.
    So what i need to do is construct a point from R105 minus the radius. Then construct a point from R107 minus the radius, and evaluate the distance between the points.
    How can i do this?
    Is there any other way you would do it?
    Last edited by pcdmisstudent; 12-02-2019, 10:28 AM.

  • #2
    If you have CAD, take a vector point on one side. Take another vector point in the same location but set the thickness value to 1mm and invert the vector.
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    • pcdmisstudent
      pcdmisstudent commented
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      So basically one point with 0, 52, 20, / 0,1,0 (XYZ/IJK), and then another point with 0,53,20, / 0,-1,0 ?
      (im just curious if thats what you meant by thickness value)

    • RIDER
      RIDER commented
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      There's a box under the K vector box called thickness type. You can create one vector point at 0,52,20 /0,1,0, and another point at 0,52,20 /0,-1,0 with theoretical thickness of 1.

  • #3
    Have you tried using the thickness gauge command?

    https://docs-dev.hexagonmi.com/pcdmi...ickness%20gage

    I think it came in 2019 R1

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