We need to make a bunch of parts and they're all exactly the same except for one hole. About 50 have a .060" hole and the other 50 have a .039" hole. What's the best way to call out 2 different dimensions for the "same" part/feature? Tabulation blocks?
Do you dimension the hole with "A" and then just have 2 different dimensions in a table? Or is there a different way to call it out?
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