Changing dimension precision


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Changing dimension precision

On the screen you can see the dimensions that we created. One of the things you might notice is that the dimensions are only to two decimal points of precision. Now typically I wouldn't recommend jumping in and changing a lot of settings in the drawing, especially without talking to a CAD manager, because a lot of these standards are set. But I know that the precision is something that people might want to change right out of the gate. I'm going to take a minute to show you how to do this so that you can ensure that your designs are documented properly for manufacturing. To make this change, we're going to go to the Manage tab on the Ribbon bar.

Under the Styles and Standards panel we're going to select Style Editor. Now there's a lot of settings here, and we're not going to through all of them, we're most specifically looking at Dimensions. Even more specifically than that, we're looking for the default ANSI Dimensions. Depending on the type of standard you've ...

Changing dimension precision
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