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Aerospace Sheet Metal Design - Joggle Standards

Aerospace Sheet Metal Design - Joggle Standards

Aerospace Sheet Metal Design - Joggle Standards

(OP)
Can anyone tell me what the values in the joggle compensation standards table for "METHOD 1" are used for?

There are 6 values: C1-C5 and Ra. I know what C1 and Ra do but C2-C5 are a complete mystery.

Thanks

RE: Aerospace Sheet Metal Design - Joggle Standards

These are the threshold values that are used to determine which equation to use.  The R12 documentation on this is pretty sketchy, but the R13 documentation explains it pretty well.  It's in ...\online\CATIAfr_C2\aslugCATIAfrs.htm (where ... is your installation directory).

RE: Aerospace Sheet Metal Design - Joggle Standards

(OP)
Thanks Jim.  All I have right now is R12.  So unless you have time to post something from the current docs, I will just wait until I get R13.  At least I now know that I wasn't just missing something.

RE: Aerospace Sheet Metal Design - Joggle Standards

I can e-mail it to you.  What's your e-mail address? (hint: don't post the actuall address. Obscure it somehow so that the robots can't pick it up and send you any spam.  Something like joeNOSPAMschmoe@NOSPAM.yahoo.com works well).

RE: Aerospace Sheet Metal Design - Joggle Standards

(OP)
That would really help.  Please use:

rickbr84NOSPAM@XYZyahoo.com

Thanks Jim.

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