Have a look at the Weldment Cut List below and notice the lack of consistency in how the lengths are displayed - some have no decimal places; others have two or three. How can I make all of the lengths display at two decimal place accuracy?
If the length values come from dimensions in the model then change those to two places. Or you may need to change the document properties in the model to two places plus change settings so trailing zeros are shown.
Tried those things and they had no effect.
did you look at the drawing's decimal place settings? If that still does not help then, post your part and drawing if you can.
Set Document Settings the way you need:
Changing the settings for 'Units' alters the display of Items 5 and 9, rounding the three-place decimal value to two places. It does nothing for the display of the items that have no decimals.
did you check that trailing zeros are set to show?
Solid Air wrote: did you check that trailing zeros are set to show?
Solid Air wrote:
A screenshot of what SA asked about:
If dim. has no decimals SW cuts off trailing zeros by default.
Go to the weldment part and check the linked dimensions. The drawing document unit settings will be superseded it you assign a custom format to the driving dimension in the weldment part. I.E. got to the model dimension and assign a custom precision, other than document setting. That's what I would check if the dimension doesn't happen to be true integer.
Found this worked for me. Hope it helps.
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