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Hole Table

Hole Table

Hole Table

(OP)
Greeetings:

I am working in NX11. I have a base plate with several holes that I am drafting. I used Hole Table, click the origin then the part with the holes, then when it asks me to click it destination origin, you see the table until you click where you want it, and it disappears?

Can anyone tell me why it disappears?

Thanks,

Brent

RE: Hole Table

Did it put the table on another layer?

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Ben Loosli

RE: Hole Table

and check your "visible in view " settings

Jerry J.
UGV5-NX11

RE: Hole Table

(OP)
What layer do dimension default to?

RE: Hole Table

(OP)
For whatever reason, I had 4 sheets on this drafting, and only the 2nd sheet had the issue, all others showed drafting as normal. Not sure why. Anyway, thanks to all who tried assisting.

Thanks,

Brent

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