Tutorial: Improved Dimension Text in Model-Based Definition

Improved Dimension Text in Model-Based Definition


Improved Dimension Text in Model-Based Definition

A comprehensive text symbol palette is available to select symbols that can be added to the dimension text. The text symbols are available in both ASME and ISO font styles and can be set using a new Detail Option symbol_font. Fonts available in Creo 3.0 and earlier are also available. You can choose to exclude the dimension prefix or suffix text from the basic dimension box, which allows greater flexibility while still conforming to GD&T standards. You can set the default using the Detail Option exclude_affixes_from_basic_box.

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