Standard “NON” is selected for this Cosmetic Thread. What does it mean?
It mean you've not selected any standard and looking to add customized or non standard threads..
Is there any particular reason for choosing non standard threads?
There are plenty of thread forms not in the SW database (e.g. API). So selecting "None" here gives the flexibility to use other thread standards.
If a thread is not in the SWX data base it will not come in the drawing. In this case how does viewer know what sort of thread has to be cut?
If you leave it on None, do you get thread information in drawing?
I assume that if there is no thread information on the drawing. It is giving freedom to whatever thread you want to make.
J. Mather wrote: If you leave it on None, do you get thread information in drawing?
J. Mather wrote:
You get thread information on the drawing (assuming you type something in the box).
Adding to what Mr. Deepak said, when you choose cosmetic thread this window will pop-up with none option. Now here you can add your custom threading standards before selecting the hole for your choice. Other is when you select hole it will auto detect the size of the hole according to MMGS or IPS and will fill that column with corresponding standards.
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