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Creating a Hole Table

  1. Click Hole Table Tool_Hole_Table.gif (Table toolbar) or click Insert > Tables > Hole Table.
  2. In the PropertyManager, set options.
  3. In the graphics area, select a vertex to specify the Origin.

    You can select an X axis and Y axis to define a vertex for the datum. You can also drag the origin datum into position after you place the table.
    hole_table_vertex.gif hole_table_angled.gif
    Vertex selected as origin Edges selected as X and Y axes

  4. Select hole edges, or select a model face to include all cut loops within the face boundary.

    If the drawing view is displayed in Wireframe tool_Wireframe_View.png or Hidden Lines Visible Tool_Hidden_Lines_Visible_View.png, you can select non-through holes from the opposite face to include in the hole table. These holes are labeled FAR SIDE.

  5. To include additional drawing views in the table, click Next View in the PropertyManager and repeat steps 3 and 4.
  6. Click PM_OK.gif.
  7. If you did not select Attach to anchor point, click in the graphics area to place the table.

    The table is placed on the drawing with notes added near the holes.

    hole_table2.gif hole_table2.gif

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