This is more of a DimXpert issue. It has to do with where the dimension becomes attached to the model. Generally it is where the user picks the surface when clicking on the model to add the DimXpert dimension.
I agree it looks a bit unconventional from what we are use to seeing in a 2D representation, but is it wrong?
Thank you for your opinion. I don't think it is wrong.
I agree with you.
Only if we have a commitment to excellence, that will enable us to attain the success we seek in MBD.
Is this a PDF or SOLIDWORKS part? I'm guess you were referring to PDF.
How does it look in SOLIDWORKS? Does it show the difference in extension lines too?
Could you share the part and 3D PDF here?
Besides, the magenta DimXpert color should have been updated to dark green if you are using SOLIDWORKS MBD 2016.
Looks like your SOLIDWORKS MBD 2016 wasn't well installed.
Clearly you have keen eyes on details. I'd love to invite you to the MBD Beta testing next year if it's ok with you.
I have seen this in SOLIDWORKS 2015. If you recall one of the early files I sent to you, the dimensions seem to jump to different planes even though they are listed as being on the same annotation plane. The ends points then end up at different levels. It seems to be when you pick in different areas at each end of the part. I'm not sure this explanation is real clear. If it isn't I will see if I can illustrate it with images.
- It is normal In SolidWorks, but not in PDF, they are difference;
- i have add the part and pdf files to attatchment;
- I updated the SolidWorks form 2015, it should have some errors in update process;
- When i used the MBD module, i checked all functions and details to help MBD become perfect, but i'm sorry for those small display suggestions i find, not function or industry application suggestions.
- We have many good parters in MBD Group(Casey Gorman etc.), they are all professional and passionate, we will help MBD become better and better.
Thank you for your invitation, i am glad to join it.
***(difference between part and pdf)