I have large components, 500mm to 2200mm, I need to place H7 (style) tolerance, where can I edit the existing Solidworks table or it need to be manual
No issues here... I'm not sure why yours isn't working:
On my install, tables go to 3150. Only at 3151 do I get that error.
Can you share a screenshot of what you have and what you are trying to do?
Is that what you're talking about?
Check out this thread:
2012 SOLIDWORKS Help - Examples of Dimension Tolerance and Precision
that's the issue... can we edit a table somewhere to add those?
Here you got a table for references values, if SW doesn't has it...insert a manual input, but as you can see it inside, the bigger value on table is 400mm for shaft.
ISO Tolerances for Shafts (ISO 286-2)
Here you can calculate tolerances for bigger values than 400 an it's particular table
Online calculation of fits
ISO Shaft Tolerance,Iso Shaft Tolerances,ISO 286 Shaft Tolerances 400mm-3150mm
This doesn't answer your question, however I thought I would share as a quick reference.
The Machinery Handbook doesn't go that high...
Limits, Fits and Tolerances Calculator (ISO system)
Interested to see the answer to where the data is modified.
well guys, thanks for your table, I already got them. I'm just looking to add my table to solidworks one, I've run into error when changing my components dimensions and forget to change tol. since i have parts that change form 1980 to 2000 then back to 1995 for exemple.
I will call my freinds at Solidworks to add this !!! feature
2018 or 2019
Simon Paré wrote: 2018 or 2019
Simon Paré wrote:
we have 2licenses here sp 4 and 5 2018, same issues... did you change you own db...:)
1-6J9DAYH wrote: we have 2licenses here sp 4 and 5 2018, same issues... did you change you own db...:)
Nope... Here's my DB if ya wanna try it.
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large components fit tolerance
I'm Still getting same issues
well finally found it... ANSI (overall drafting standard) in DOC Properties is the only one that doesn't works
Also, if you decide you want to play with the data (definitely make a backup first!) it's in
This is an SQLite database. You can edit with Access or Excel, but you have to get the driver first: http://www.ch-werner.de/sqliteodbc/
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