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Improved Composite Geometric Tolerances (GTOLS) in Detailed Drawings
Standards-Based Syntax Checking of Geometric Tolerances in Detailed Drawings
Flexible Tolerance Value and Datum Specification for Geometric Tolerances (GTOLS) in Detailed Drawings
Flexible and Standards-Compliant Datum References for Geometric Tolerances (GTOLS) in Detailed Drawings
More Intuitive Workflows for Creating and Editing Geometric Tolerances (GTOLS) in Detailed Drawings
Dashed Leader Line for Datum Targets in Detailed Drawings
Support for Movable Datum Target Annotations in Detailed Drawings
Target Area Dimension May Be Outside of Symbol in Detailed Drawings
Datum target annotations have built-in standard target areas.
Standards-Based Syntax Checking of Datum Targets in Detailed Drawings
Specifying Datum References for Datum Targets in Detailed Drawings
  • Specifying Datum References for Datum Targets in Detailed Drawings

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  • Introductory Level
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  • Jim Barrett-Smith
  • Specifying the datum references in a datum target is faster and easier. If the datum feature symbol to be referenced already exists in the model or the drawing, you can select it by clicking the icon that ... (Show more)
More Intuitive Workflows for Creating and Editing Datum Targets in Detailed Drawings
Adding Elbows to Datum Feature Symbols in Detailed Drawings
Specifying Additional Text Near Datum Feature Symbols in Detailed Drawings
Automatic Naming of Datum Feature Symbols in Detailed Drawings
More Intuitive Workflows for Creating and Editing Datum Feature Symbols in Detailed Drawings
Creating New Combined States for MBD
Creating Driven Dimension Annotations
Configuring the Drawing Environment
  • Configuring the Drawing Environment

  • Creo Parametric
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  • 3809 Views
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  • Introductory Level
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  • Sandi Smith
  • When a drawing is created, Creo uses a drawing setup file (dtl file) to set all the options. You need to create a new drawing setup file (dtl file) that is unique to your company and your drawing standards. ... (Show more)
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