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How to get tolerances update dynamic when I copy a view in another drawing ?

How to get tolerances update dynamic when I copy a view in another drawing ?

How to get tolerances update dynamic when I copy a view in another drawing ?

(OP)
Hello !
I have copied a drawing view from my model A into the drawing of another model B.
When I modify my model A, the dimensions of the copied view is updated.
But if I change one tolerance in the original view, this tolerance is not updated in the copied view.

Is there a solution ?

Best regards.

RE: How to get tolerances update dynamic when I copy a view in another drawing ?

As far as I know there is not a way to do what you want, but I will check into it a little more when I have time available to me.
What version of NX are you on ?

Jerry J.
UGV5-NX11

RE: How to get tolerances update dynamic when I copy a view in another drawing ?

(OP)
Hello
Thanks for your answer.
I'm using NX11 but without PMI licence.

__________________________________
Guy
NX11

RE: How to get tolerances update dynamic when I copy a view in another drawing ?

(OP)
Hello.
I found the soultion in the PMI application.

https://youtu.be/T5NrT9zPIsU

Best regards.

Guy
NX11.01

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