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hole command

Ed_McGuireEd_McGuire OS Professional Posts: 24 PRO
i just tried using the hole command, but i want a 1/4-20 tapped.  according to my cheat sheet, that means that for 75% thread engagement, i need a 0.201" (#7 bit) hole.  

so i just cut extruded a 0.201 circle, and i'll note it by hand in my dwg.

to me, the hole command should have that option.  a 50% or 75% engagement option.  

that way in a drawing, when i dim that hole, it would pull the hole info and list "drill #7, tap 1/4-20".

like in the "Fit" option, u hv "Close" & "Free".  i would add "50%" and "75%" for tapped holes.

so if u picked 1/4-20 with a "Fit" of "50%", the actual dia would be 0.2188".

if u picked "75%", the actual dia would be 0.201".

Comments

  • PeteYodisPeteYodis Moderator, Onshape Employees Posts: 513
    edited June 2017
    @Ed_McGuire Do you mean like this:





  • chris_winters404chris_winters404 Member Posts: 37 PRO
    Hello Ed, 
    Here is a link to the youtube tutorial:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=408ixoD64QM
    If I ever come across a function or a need I search the forums and youtube. Onshape has free webinars on essentials on a frequent basis and they are open to Q&A. 
    Stay awesome and have a great week!
    Sincerely,
    Chris
  • Ed_McGuireEd_McGuire OS Professional Posts: 24 PRO
    Exactly Pete!!!!  I don't know how I missed that, but awesome!!!!!!!!

    Thanks Chris.  I watch all the update videos.  Onshape is AWESOME for posting them.
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