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    Hello People!!

    I have a Drawing Dim called out .6875 shown to the end of the radius (see attached section view). Anyone know how to achieve or capture this?
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    Yikes! with that small of an arc to measure I don't think you are going to have much luck.

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      From the flats set your origin away .6875" then turn on your polar compensation. Take a few points along the radius then dimension Prad (Polar radius) of those points.
      I used to be high on life but I built up a tolerance.

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        Originally posted by Gary Fitzgerald View Post
        Hello People!!

        I have a Drawing Dim called out .6875 shown to the end of the radius (see attached section view). Anyone know how to achieve or capture this?
        there is a way to measure it but not to 4 decimal places, that is ridiculous to hold that to 4 places.

        Measure the face where the arc intersects.
        Now move to the open area where the arc is and move down so that the stylus tip is about a thou or two below the face, measure moving towards the corner. subtract the styus radius from your measurement.
        Links to my utilities for PCDMIS

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