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Two hole patterns in same part

bill_danielsbill_daniels Member Posts: 277 ✭✭✭
I have a part (essentially a flange) with two concentric rings of countersunk holes.  The hole patterns are countersunk from opposite sides of the part.  Making the part model was easy but when I create a drawing, the hole labeling function only works for one ring of holes.  I can label one ring of holes or the other but not both.  Is this a limitation?

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  • bill_danielsbill_daniels Member Posts: 277 ✭✭✭
    I think this is correct.  The part was originally imported as a STEP file from another CAD application.  I am finding STEP export-import process doesn't always produce completely intact shapes.  My solution was to reverse engineer the STEP part and re-create it in OnShape - that worked fine.
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