4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2008 3:15 PM by Eddie Cyganik

    Tolerance

    Devi Prasad Samal
      Hi,

      I want add dimension tolerance in drawings. but only + value tolerance and want to hide -ve values. is there any method to do so?


      just like this....

      +0.02
      0.95
        • Tolerance
          Matt McKendrick
          The only way I can see is to place your tolerances in a note box and slide it next to the dimension, which no one would want to do. There doesn't seem to be any option to drop the "-" that I can find.
            • Tolerance
              Matthew Marshall

              Matt McKendrick wrote:

               

              The only way I can see is to place your tolerances in a note box and slide it next to the dimension, which no one would want to do. There doesn't seem to be any option to drop the "-" that I can find.

              ^^Same here I'm afraid. Just spent a few minutes clicking just about every option I can think of with no joy. The "-" seems to automatically add itself and refuse to be removed. Sorry!

            • Tolerance
              Eddie Cyganik
              Devi,

              The closest you will come to this automatically is to use the ISO drawing standard, where your dimension would look like this:

              +0.02
              0.95 0

              No standard provides for what you are trying to do, so question is;
              Why are you doing this?