I can not find how to change the number of digits with which solidworks works, which are 8 by default.
I attach an image:
I'd appreciate your help. regards
do you mean this?
edit: or can use a Design Table in Excel?
You can set them under Tools > Options > Document Properties > Units
thanks for your answer.
Believe me I already did it and only changes the measurement of the quota, more for Solidworks are still 8 figures.
That is correct behavior. Just type the value you need and it would show correctly in the property manager.
It is true. I am working on parametric equations, as you see in the image, that point I can not modify. I need to work the parametric functions with 2 significant digits.
And zooming on it. Points are not linked.
That's because SolidWorks still works with 8 significant figures. And not 2 figures.
The problem is that I'm designing cams using parametric curves. And as I'm designing with 2 significant figures SolidWorks shows me problems. It shows a problem because it always works by default with 8 significant figures. And at the moment of the extrusion, it does not generate it because the points of the curves are not joined. Attached the drawing:
And zooming on it.
Points are not linked.
Ah I see what you want, Crazy idea but would this work?
smallest dim I could enter before error was
Scaling was not possible. Generate a message that says:
Scaling can not be performed on equation-driven curves.But when you create global variables with the value of the dimension, it makes the points that are previously separated, finally they are united.
Thank you Rob Edwards and Deepak Gupta.
They were very helpful.
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