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How do I dimension an angled line with a radius to theoretical sharp?

scott_krugerscott_kruger Member Posts: 4
I have an angled line that has a radius at the face of a bore. I am not able to dimension the diameter of the hole created by the angled line in my drawing because of the radius. I have the theoretical sharp point dimensioned in my sketch but I cannot get that dimension to go into my drawing. None of my sketch dimensions will show up in my drawing.

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  • daniel_splawskidaniel_splawski Member Posts: 66 ✭✭
    Is there any chance you could share the model?  I'm having trouble understanding exactly what you're after. 
  • PeteYodisPeteYodis Moderator, Onshape Employees Posts: 333
    @scott_kruger Is asking for a "virtual sharp" capability in drawings.  It's on our list of things to deliver.

    Just don't ask anyone to inspect that dimension on the shop floor with a set of calipers or micrometer :D .
  • scott_krugerscott_kruger Member Posts: 4
    daniel_splawski the part in question is public in my account.  Feel free to take a look at what I have going on.
  • scott_krugerscott_kruger Member Posts: 4
    I think I figured out how to get the dimension I wanted.  I just over rode the dimension that was given in the drawing.
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