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Can you delete the XYZ axis of coordinate system in Creo?

Can you delete the XYZ axis of coordinate system in Creo?

Can you delete the XYZ axis of coordinate system in Creo?

I am working with our external vendor to resolve an issue with our CMM programme. I have sent him the assembly file but he has one issue with it and has asked the below:

"When I load it into MCosmos it displays the XYZ axes of a coordinate system. This would screw up the scaling on graphic of the points in the results file. As CAT1000 is not a CAD system unfortunately I can’t delete them – and we don’t have pro-engineer either.
Any chance you could get it deleted please?”

Is this possible to do?

RE: Can you delete the XYZ axis of coordinate system in Creo?

This seems like a problem on the Mitutoyo end of things.

Sure - you can delete the csys unless everything is based from it. You could suppress the csys and then freeze everything that depends on it.

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