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  1. #1

    I’m a beginner in a matter of Inventor!

    My question is:
    I’m dimensioning an .ide file. I’ve got an external thread M42 there. When I try to dimension it correspondingly, the nominal diameter M42 appears, the pitch 4.5 and the thread tolerance 6g. It’s needless for me. The nominal diameter would be enough for me!
    I have already studied dimensioning styles a little bit but can’t unriddle it. That’s why I’m asking you

    Could you help me? This would be great!

  2. #2
    What nominal diameter do you mean?
    The ø can be found in all table books depending on the pitch.
    Sometimes there’re also recommendations for particular tools by tool manufacturers.

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