How do you show all sketch dimensions in Solidworks?

How do you show dimensions in sketch?

Right-click a feature in the browser or graphics window and choose Show Dimensions. Right-click a sketch in the browser and toggle on Dimension Visibility. Select View Tab, Visibility panel, Object Visibility, and select or deselect the Sketch Dimensions check box to show or hide all sketch dimensions.

How do I show multiple measurements in Solidworks?

To display dual measure dimensions:

  1. Click Measure (Tools toolbar) or Tools > Evaluate > Measure .
  2. In the Measure dialog box, click Units/Precision .
  3. In the Measure Units/Precision dialog box, select Use custom settings and select the first length unit. …
  4. Click Use Dual Units and select the second unit of measurement.

How does solidworks calculate height?

To use the measure tool: Click Measure (Tools toolbar) or Tools > Evaluate > Measure.

How does solidworks measure 3d dimensions?

Using the Measure Tool

  1. Click Measure (Tools toolbar) or Tools > Evaluate > Measure. …
  2. Optionally set the options to define the unit of measure (Units/Precision ), show XYZ measurements (Show XYZ Measurements ), define the coordinate system (XYZ Relative To ), or project the measurement onto another entity (Projected On ).

How do you put a box around a dimension in Solidworks?

Alternatively, you can also create a dimension bounding box by right-clicking the entities in the graphics area and select Dimension Bounding Box > Create. The dimension bounding box is created around the selected entities.

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How do you hide a drawing in sketch in Solidworks?

To hide a sketch in a drawing, right-click the sketch in the graphics area or in the FeatureManager design tree and select Hide.

How do you hide a formula in Solidworks?

To disable equations, in Equations, Global Variables, and Dimensions dialog box, in any view, right-click an equation and click Disable Equation. The equation disappears from the view.

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