I have a round, flat part with a hole in the center. It kinda looks like a huge washer. Datum A is the bottom surface. How can I get a parallel tolerance of .001in to Datum A for theoretical area 12in in dia. from the center of the part and then the remainder of the part has a parallel tolerance of .003in? Right now there is a FCF with a parallel symbol and no tolerance that references a flag note which says, "TOP SURFACE TO BE PARALLEL TO DATUM -A- TO WITHIN .001" INSIDE n12.000" FROM CENTER CUTOUT AND .003" ACROSS THE REST OF THE SURFACE."
Is this alright or is there a better way. Any suggestions are helpfull. Let me know if you need a pic in order to visualize this.
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