I am looking for a way to use a diametric dimensioning method for my partial section view of my drawing (*.slddrw).  I have the top view showing the radial features but for the front view, I have a partial section view.  In the front view, I want to be able to dimension the radial dimensions off of the radial edges and tie them to the centerline.  However, whenever I do this, it only gives me the linear dimension, without even the diameter mark (Ø).  The opposite side of these cylindrical edges are not visible (since they are internal to the front view).  For this reason, I want to use the diametric feature to dimension it.

 

What I want the view to look like:

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What I have to do to dimension the diameter:

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Any thoughts?


Categories: Drawings and Detailing

Comments
Last comment By: Rick Becker   Thu, 07 Dec 2017 15:19:59 GMT
Re: diametric dimension for detailed drawing

Select the inner edge of the chamfer related to the diameter you want to place the dimension.

 

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By: Tateos Tvapanyan  Thu, 07 Dec 2017 15:12:14 GMT
Re: diametric dimension for detailed drawing

Change your Display Style to Hidden Lines Visible.

Add your dimension. It will be linear. Just add the Diameter Symbol.

Change your Display Style back to Hidden Lines Removed.

 

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By: Rick Becker  Thu, 07 Dec 2017 15:19:59 GMT
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