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    Default Tolerancing profile of a line in Mcosmos

    Good morning, I'm having difficulties figuring out how to set a profile of a line tolerance on a radius I'm checking.

    if anyone is familiar with Mcosmos and can offer some input here it would be greatly appreciated.

    thank you.

    my machine is a Bright- A710 with the latest version of Mcosmos.

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    profile of a line on a radius. What on earth does that mean?

    Can you post a picture or drawing or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    profile of a line on a radius. What on earth does that mean?

    Can you post a picture or drawing or something?
    Sounds like when I took that class in ADAPT 33 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JESPERTECH View Post
    Good morning, I'm having difficulties figuring out how to set a profile of a line tolerance on a radius I'm checking.

    if anyone is familiar with Mcosmos and can offer some input here it would be greatly appreciated.

    thank you.

    my machine is a Bright- A710 with the latest version of Mcosmos.
    You shoud try some of the metrology or CMM forums out there. A good one, i thik, is CMMguys. I hope this is not breaking the forum rules, if so please delete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nano Vujkovic View Post
    You shoud try some of the metrology or CMM forums out there. A good one, i thik, is CMMguys. I hope this is not breaking the forum rules, if so please delete.
    good point. Why didn't you try a metrology forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    good point. Why didn't you try a metrology forum?
    I'm not sure what your point is?


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