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Get DimXpert Tolerance6 Example (C#)

This example builds a part to demonstrate usage of the SolidWorks Document Manager API for the following DimXpert annotations:

    *  Composite surface profile geometric tolerance

    *  Tangency geometric tolerance

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// 1. Open:

// <SolidWorks_install_dir>\samples\tutorial\cosmosxpress\aw_anchor_plate.sldprt

// 2. Open the DimXpert toolbar from View > Toolbars

//    (select the first instance of Toolbars on the View menu).

// 3. Create a composite surface profile tolerance:

//    a. Click Datum on the DimXpert tool bar.

//    b. Click a top face of the part.

//    c. Click outside the part to place Datum A.

//    d. Click a back face of the part.

//    e. Click outside the part to place Datum B.

//    f. Click a side face of the part.

//    g. Click outside the part to place Datum C.

//    h. Click Geometric Tolerance on the DimXpert tool bar.

//       In the Geometric Tolerance Properties dialog:

//           i.    Select Surface Profile from the Symbol dropdown list.

//           ii.   Type A in the Primary box, B in the

//                 Secondary box, and C in the Tertiary box.

//           iii.  In the second row, select Surface profile from

//                 the Symbol dropdown list.

//           iv.   In the second row, type A in the Primary box.

//           v.    Select the Composite frame check box.

//           vi.   Click the front curve of the hook.

//           vii.  Click outside the part to place the annotation.

//           viii. Click OK to close the Geometric Tolerance

//                 Properties dialog.

//    i. In the DimXpertManager tab of the Management Panel,

//       expand Cylinder1.

//    j. Observe the following Dimxpert annotation:  

//       Composite Surface Profile1.

// 4. Create tangency tolerances:

//    a. Click Auto Dimension Scheme icon on the DimXpert tool bar.

//    b. Select all feature filters.

//    c. Click the green check mark to accept the settings.

//    d. Observe several tangency tolerance annotations.

// 5. Close the part, saving it to another name.

//    NOTE: Because this part is used in a SolidWorks online

//          tutorial, do not save any changes to the original

//          file name.

//6. Read how to load and run Code_Example_CSharp with this part.

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