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x y dimensioning

magi

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hi friends how can i create a model so that in one view i should get the x y dimensions and in the other i need ordinary dimensions.

thanks for those who help
 

magi

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i have a valve part in proe i need to show the coining operation and the part in 2 different sheets i can do this by putting datum curve for the part .But in the next sheet where i place the machined dwgs i need o show the x,y dimensions at all the edges so my work man will use to feed the cnc codes can any one help me.

magi
 

jabbadeus

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Sounds like you either want to convert existing linear dimensions to ordinate (select the dimensions, then click Edit > Linear to Ordinate) or you want to create ordinate dimensions (Insert > Dimension > Ordinate Dimension), and choose the appropriate model reference as your baseline.



If the part is a sheetmetal part, 2001 has automatic ordinate dimensioning for bends and notches and similar features.



Dave Martin

Torgon Industries
 

magi

New member
hi i need complete co ordinate dimensioning

ie in xyz formatt





ie (x,y,z)

(x1,y1,z1)

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like this
 

dougr

New member
Create driven dimensions in the appropriate drawing view..



If you want both in the model you'll have to use ref dimensions...
 

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