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DamianCastillo Bronze 51 posts since
May 3, 2006
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Jan 26, 2012 9:16 AM

Creo 1.0 - Hole Table

We are creating a hole table with Creo 1.0 M020 in the Drawing.  The table is created successfully after we choose the coordinate system we want but the table only shows 10 holes and we have 36 in the model/drawing.

 

How do we get the hole table to show all the holes?

  • KshetrabasiMahanta Gold 277 posts since
    Jul 31, 2011
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    Jan 26, 2012 11:47 PM (in response to DamianCastillo)
    Re: Creo 1.0 - Hole Table

    Hi

    when you create a hole table

    Please check the following

     

    1.Include > cuts if you have made any extrude cut holes

    2.Number of rows >No limit

     

    If you still face problem, you can upload your part and we can check what is the problem

     

    Regards

    K.Mahanta

    • ptc-4481803 Platinum 1,000 posts since
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      May 29, 2012 6:33 AM (in response to KshetrabasiMahanta)
      Re: Creo 1.0 - Hole Table

      I am having a similar problem when I use the hole table. I am only getting 12 holes out of many holes in my table.

      Can someone tell me what i am doing wrong. I am including the cuts, and the number of rows has been set to No Limit.

      Thanks,

      Dale

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        • ptc-4481803 Platinum 1,000 posts since
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          May 29, 2012 9:12 AM (in response to DamianCastillo)
          Re: Creo 1.0 - Hole Table

          There were two issues:

           

          1. Twelve of the holes were cut from one surface and the remainder were cut from the opposite surface (direction of the cut - i.e. top down or bottom up). The reference to the sides or any other locating planes didn't make a difference since you pick a coordinate system to put in the holes. (I tried this first not catching that you were referring to the direction of the hole versus the reference planes/surface from which the hole is located).

           

          2. When you get into the drawing, you have to be viewing the surface that the holes are cut from in order for the table to work. (i.e. if all of you holes are on the back of the part, and you are displaying the front view, it says that there are no holes to be put in the table, but once you display that back view, the table is fully completed.)

           

          Hopefully this will help someone else who stumbles upon this at a future date and cannot figure out why their table is not completing.

          Thanks,

          Dale

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