Exporting bore and UDF information
The output is usually generated in tables on the drawing. It is also possible to export the information to text files. A unique number is used to assign the holes from the table to the holes in the model.
With the help of some useful functions, the arrangement of the notes can be revised. The notes can either be arranged around a view or placed along a line.
- Align notes to line
- Orient notes around view
Prepare your parts before detection and exclude geometry that is not relevant for hole detection. Later this will save time when creating the tables.
Detecting holes from different parts or bodies
For SMARTHolechart, it does not matter where the hole geometry comes from.
Even holes across multiple models or holes from different bodies are no problem – the software combines all elements into a single hole.
Configuring the application
More than 100 settings are available to customize SMARTHolechart according to your needs. Besides the settings, you can freely configure your hole types and also adjust the format of the tables. Substitute designations can be given for special thread diameters – according to your requirements.
Customize SMARTHolechart with over 100 settings to perfectly suit your needs. For example, you can create a table for each hole type or write all holes into a single table.
→ Hole types
Define your bore types from the elements cylinder, taper, thread and torus. Specify which values should be output and whether the hole should be colored after detection.
→ Table formats
The columns for the table can be freely configured. The content of the cell can be defined using a special and easy to understand syntax. You can output position, dimensions and parameters of the hole in the table.
→ Thread names
Sometimes it is necessary to output a text instead of a diameter.
SMARTHolechart also has a solution for this.
Simply enter the diameter and the text in the table provided and the diameter will be replaced by the desired text later on.