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Check for a fully defined part without having to open each feature?

Question asked by Dave Krum on Sep 28, 2017
Latest reply on Sep 28, 2017 by Matt Peneguy
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Good morning all,

I usually end of opening each individual feature in a part to double check that I have the sketch and/or hole wizard positioned holes fully defined per my print.  This can get to be a pain when there are several features to open and look at.  Is there a place to look that gives a summary or overview of the entire part as a whole and lets you know if any of the features having something not fully defined?  I am working on a job with hundreds of parts that all have to be drawn / sketched and there are ALOT of holes that are not in the same array pattern (alot are oddly positioned to match existing holes for repair plates on a bridge so I can the "like" hole arrays each as separate hole wizards).  Please see below snapshots to hopefully clarify.  I'm hoping to speed up my process of double checking my parts without spending the time to open and look for the "fully defined" note in the lower right.  Thanks.

 

 

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