I was taught a while back that when dimensioning to a virtual sharp to label the dimension as T.S.C. ("theoretical sharp corner", although I've heard some people call it "to sharp corner.") However, I have been unable to find this method documented anywhere. I've seen this done with just witness marks or no indication at all, which seems to cause confusion in print interpretation on some drawings.
What is the correct or, alternatively, preferred method for this?
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