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Dimensioning an Angle

Dimensioning an Angle

I know this should be simple, but it is Pro E.  I have created a line that has a shallow anlge ~0.5 degrees.  The center line and the angle line do not converge.  I know that I should be able to simply create an angluar dimension but it always creates a linear dimension. Any tips on forcing Pro E to create a angluar dimension??  I'm using wildfire 2.0

RE: Dimensioning an Angle

Set this config option smaller than the dimension you want to create:


RE: Dimensioning an Angle

Awesome Thanks.

RE: Dimensioning an Angle

One trick you can use while doing a sketch. Exagerate the angle, sketch it about 15 degrees or so, then change the number to .5 degrees. (You may still need to change the config option.)

Peter Stockhausen
Senior Design Analyst (Checker)
Infotech Aerospace Services

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