Typ AC users
If you get beyond .00000" decimal points you better have climate control and be working on an Atomic Clock or something
1 degree of temperature change doesn't show up much but if the machine shop is machining at 65 degrees and the installation is over a 100 degrees - that's a 40 degree swing - so .00000" non issue
Further to my testing, I do get "1000.00000000mm" accuracy. The problem arise with broken out section.
If I generate my sections using section view, it comes out correct to eight digits.
Goto "Units (UN)enter -> Change the precision value -> click "OK" -> Goto "Dimension Style (D)enter -> Click "Modify" - Goto "Primary Units Tab" -> Set the precision value -> Click "OK" -> Close the dimension Style.
Check this i hope this suggestion'll be helpful for you.
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E G S Computers India Pvt. Ltd.
I've seen this issue, and it usually is a problem for AutoCAD operators because, even though it's not a concern for manufacturing, it is an issue for joining segments into polylines and filling regions with hatches. Also, if there is any variation in the angle of a horizontal or vertical line in AutoCAD, it will display on screen with a little dogleg.
In most cases, AutoCAD commands contain settings that make them tolerant of these little variations. Hatches and Polylines, for example can be crated with a fuzziness setting that will merge endpoints that fall within a prescribed distance of one another.
Additionally, there are some export settings in SolidWorks which can improve the generated DWG by allowing you to specify export resolution.
I would look at the DWG Export Options dialog box accessed through the saveas menu and experiment with those settings.