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HOW TO CREATE A POINT IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOLE

HOW TO CREATE A POINT IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOLE

HOW TO CREATE A POINT IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOLE

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  HOW TO CREATE A POINT IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOLE

RE: HOW TO CREATE A POINT IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOLE

1. Click the Point icon (then the Point Definition dialog box will appear)
2. Use the combo to choose the "Circle center" point type
3. Select the hole that you need to create a point on.

RE: HOW TO CREATE A POINT IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOLE

What is your program version?
Kae's advise is V5 based.

If you're in V4 then do the following
1. select POINT - LIMITS - PTS
2. click ecge curve of a hole

You get three points: Center point and both end points of a curve.

RE: HOW TO CREATE A POINT IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOLE

in V4 you may not always get a center point using limits on a curve, you may need to develop a circle thru 3-points first, then do what eklunja mentions to get center point.

RE: HOW TO CREATE A POINT IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOLE

Hi,

If you run V5, you already got your point in the sketch used by the Hole feature.

Eric

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