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PLEASE FORGIVE ME AS I JUST TOOK IT FOR GRANTED THAT YOU WERE TALKNIG ABOUT A PART CREATED IN THE GENERATIVE SHEETMETAL WORKBENCH WHICH IS WHERE I SPEND MOST OF MY TIME. THE METHOD I SUGGESTED ONLY WORKS THIS WAY IN THE SHEETMETAL WORKBENCH.YOU WILL HAVE TO CREATE 1 HOLE AND USE ANY OF THE 3 PATTERN FEATURES TO CREATE MULTIPLE HOLES....STRANGE THAT YOU CAN DEFINE ALL THE HOLES IN ONE WORKBENCH AND NOT IN THE OHTER....ONCE AGAIN SORRY FOR ANY CONFUSION CAUSED.....iM USING V5R14 SP 6 BTW!
they got R-16 at the collage.
I'm at work right now so i can't try it (we use KeyCreator here ) but i'll see if they fixed it by R-16.
That's what i mostly need it for....those sheetmetal brackets.....
I'm wondering, does it work if you put all the points in a sketch or do you have to do it outside of sketch.......i'll find out tonight....
probably the easyest thing to do would be to use a sketch and a pocket comand....but i was just wondering if there was some secret code or something to get it working through the hole command......now i know.