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Validation Against ANSI/ISO/JIS Drafting Standards

The following enhancements have been implemented:
  • Drafting standards (ANSI, ISO, DIN, JIS, BSI, GOST and GB) are provided with a set of built-in drafting standard files. Validation using these files ensures that the SolidWorks document conforms to the corresponding drafting standard.

    You can load any of the provided drafting standards in SolidWorks Design Checker to view its customized document settings.

    The file location of the drafting standards is install_dir\dsgnchk\Data. You can set the location of Design Checker files in Options > File Locations .
  • A new check box, User defined, in the Dimensioning Standard Check dialog box lets you specify a name for the user-defined drafting standard.


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