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swDimXpertMaterialConditionModifier_e Enumeration

DimXpert material condition modifiers.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Enum swDimXpertMaterialConditionModifier_e 
   Inherits Enum
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As swDimXpertMaterialConditionModifier_e
public enum swDimXpertMaterialConditionModifier_e : Enum 
public enum class swDimXpertMaterialConditionModifier_e : public Enum 


swDimXpertMaterialConditionModifier_unknownValue is 0.
swDimXpertMCM_LMCLeast material condition. Value is 1.
swDimXpertMCM_MMCMaximum material condition. Value is 2.
swDimXpertMCM_NoMCMNo material condition modifier. Value is 3.
swDimXpertMCM_RFSRegardless of feature size. Value is 4.



The material condition modifiers of this enumeration can be applied to the tolerance or datums of a geometric tolerance to set the least, maximum, and RFS material conditions for a feature. MMC, LMC, and RFS can be applied only to features of size, such as holes. Material condition modifiers of geometric tolerances are set by clicking on the Geometric Tolerances icon on the DimXpert tool bar and selecting MCM symbols that map to the members of this enumeration as follows:

DimXpert MCM Symbol

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Inheritance Hierarchy


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