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Running angular dimensions

Question asked by Peter De Vlieger on Aug 23, 2016
Latest reply on Aug 23, 2016 by John Stoltzfus

I recently started using running angular dimensions but seem to have run into a problem.


Is it me or are those type of dimensions not dynamic? With which I mean that they don't adjust according to the changes to the vertices used to determine them?

See example below

I change one nozzle location namely the one at 155° to 165° and the result is

Let me point out that each nozzle location is determined by it's own independent sketch and there for change of one doesn't at all have an effect on any other.

Which then makes me wonder why not only does the dimension from 155° ends up dangling but why others also go in dangle mode and the only one that stay none dangling decides to mark the 270° angle sticking to it's rightful place at 225°


Is this intended behaviour or am I doing something utterly wrong ?