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Dimensioning tolerances ?

Dimensioning tolerances ?

Dimensioning tolerances ?

Does any one know how to force dimensions to carry the zero's on a nominal dimension?

Example: I have a 35mm dimension that shows up as "35"mm, I need it to be represented as "35.00" in order to have my standard tolerances applied.  For the life of me I can't seem to get those zeros to show up!  Any ideas out there?

I'm running R10SP2

RE: Dimensioning tolerances ?

try changing the standard to ANSI. Also, make sure your decimal place precision is set to 0.01

RE: Dimensioning tolerances ?

You can get trailing zeros with using ANS.DIMM

BR TPale

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