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Example: Using Feature Selector

When you select the right-hand face of the model (blue), you can use that face to define a plane feature, or combine it with another planar face to define a width as the origin feature, depending on the design intent.

  1. Click Location Dimension and select the face shown as the origin feature.

  2. Select the inner-left face of the notch as the tolerance feature.

    Location dimension with Notch selected in the feature selector as the tolerance feature type Location dimension with Plane selected in the feature selector as the tolerance feature type.

  3. Click to place the location dimension and open the DimXpert PropertyManager. Video: Using Feature Selector


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