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Question asked by John Lhuillier on May 1, 2017
Latest reply on May 1, 2017 by Bjorn Hulman

Is there a reason that SW decided to use the actual head thickness of fasteners for the depths of the counterbored holes. I realize the the hole wizard & toolbox are used together but why do we have to add clearance into the depth of the counterbore. That should be figured into the standard out of the box depth callout. Either that or if you're going to make that the normal allow the user to enter a default head clearance setting that's part of the hole wizard settings and NOT default back to 0.00 every time. Yes you can go in and update the hole wizard hole depth database but should not have to do that every time a new version or sometimes even a new service pack comes out that updates the hole wizard data.