min-cirsc on OD's

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    For some reason the results are way off if I use this min-cirsc on OD's. I program off line with models useing 4.1. The max-insc for ID's seems to work fine. Should I use something besides nominals in the misc. box in auto feature.
    Robert Horne

  • #2
    If your using a model (cad) when you grab the diameter it should bring in your nominals...
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    • #3
      Make sure that you are using 360 degrees of a circle.
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      • #4
        360 degrees huh. It works fine now, thanks
        Robert Horne


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