Where do I find the extra box that follows the geometric tolerance box? The one with the pointed ends :-)
Haven't been able to locate it under Geometric Tolerances.
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I'm not familiar with how Creo is presenting the GD&T.
In SW, you add a second row:
It's a bit different. This is a requirement from ISO 1101. ISO standard has expanded their GTOL symbology drastically in the past couple of decades. I'm not even sure the authors know just how complex they've made things.
Thats right. Does SW support this at all? Maybe in Inspection?
Complex indeed, but it makes good sense :-)
Currently, we have not received significant input from our customers who interested in supporting these cases from the 2012 standard
Matthew, this was written by you in 2016. I will have to re-adjust my expectations again, to accept that SolidWorks is not ISO compatible anymore since 2012?
The picture from Creo is only to show what I need from SolidWorks. The second frame below gives a different meaning.
This comes from ISO1101.
I've never seen GD&T frames presented like that. Can you share which standard presents them as such please?
ISO 1101 and its parent and child standards.
I guess I was not the only one in need of these symbols. There was a thread from 2016 of the same question. https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/164959
SPR 1013890: Ability to create GD&T / GPS symbols per ISO 1101 with second control frame reads like it should be the one to vote for.
How do I vote on an SPR in the Knowledge Base?
Thanks a lot Dave. I have now voted :-)
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