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Countersinks/Counterbore in sheet metal
I don't know about others but I mainly build sheet metal from the start. I try not to use the conversion. I am in fabrication so it only makes sense to me to do it this way. Is there a reason that the holes become the size of the countersink/counterbore diameter in sheet metal? I basically HAVE to use the conversion and utilize both design model and sheet metal part to show my countersinks/counterbores in drawings? I have to say I do not like this. Is there a way around this? Anyone?