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plus/plus tolerances

plus/plus tolerances

plus/plus tolerances

Search came up pretty empty, maybe because I'ma asking the question badly.

A coworker ProE user claims Wildfire4 won't accept +/+ tolerances.
Like +33/+20 in an ISO F6fit as shown here -

If true, is there a workaround?


Dan T

RE: plus/plus tolerances

I tested it on Creo 2.0 and you can actually just select Plus-Minus tolerance mode and enter a positive # in the lower tolerance. I'm not sure how this is treated in tolerance analysis, etc, but I'll bet it translates correctly.


RE: plus/plus tolerances

I've done it many times, you have to put a minus sign in the negative tolerance box. A double negative is positive in this case.


The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows.

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