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Use dimension tolerance

Question asked by Alessandro Frattini on Apr 20, 2009
Latest reply on Jun 16, 2009 by Tom Stendel
usually we put the tolerance in the sketch or in the dimension feature (es. ± 0.1), to show in the drawing.
How can I capture in the DimXpert the tolerance assigned in my project ?
For example in my cube I've the L=100 ± 0.1, but if I use the 'Auto dimension scheme' or 'Location dimension', SolidWorks give me L=100 ± 0.5.
I find illogical to re-assign tolerance especially if I'm not the designer, but only the analyst.

Thank you.