when importing iges. or stp file models, the feature tree recognizes the holes as metric even though they were created ANSI
Shot in the dark here... check your templates. Are they in metric?
Templates are ANSI inch..
This was fixed in 2016
Not in my 2016. I have a test part, just flat plate, with some hole wizard countersink holes. If I save the file as an iges. and open it back up again it, it lists the 100 deg. countersink hole as #5 82 deg. countersink... consistently..
When you go to open the file, set the file type to the file you are trying to open, this will allow you to access the options.
Inside the options you can edit the units
Kevin, thanks for the reply but this didn't solve the problem either. Test part with 6/32 CS 100deg holes, save the part as an .iges, reopen the part, run feature works, holes still come up as #5 CS 82 deg. in the feature tree?
Please report to your VAR along with a sample file (Original, IGES and converted)
I have seen this happen when the hole from the original file used custom holes, not standard holes. Something to check.
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