I am getting hard time to specify metric dimensions with three decimal points. I am able to give like roung figure 10, 20, 42 but not 42.000
I set up my tools, options, dim., primary precision .123.
Works for me both in model and drawing.
Do you've unit set to 3 decimal places and Trailing zeros set to Show
In that same area, down near the bottom, there is trailing zeros. It is probably set to standard, change to show....
If you're using the ISO spec and therefor an ISO tolerance 2768mk, the deciminals usually don't make a difference. So 42 is no different than 42.000. You can, however, set whatever you need. Search for trailing zeroes in the Options toolbox (new and cool feature) and turn them on. I will admit I dint know how to get three to show up so maybe you're on to something by setting the dim to .123
As Bob/Steve mentioned
But I tried with Leading zeros & Trailing zeros set up too.
I also tried with using different drafting standards. (i.e. ISO, ANSI etc..)
It is working.
but some how it is working now, but I tried before too.
Anyway Thanks a lot.
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