After Resizing problems

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After Resizing problems

Postby Rusty » Sun Nov 26, 2006 4:02 pm

Hi to all:
I have a design I have cut many times but needed to resize it to a larger format. My problem is that the original design called for many .125" diameter holes. The new design, now being resized larger will probably now have larger holes. How can I determine what size the new holes will be, so I can match an approprite drill/endmill?
Thanks for your comments.
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Postby CLyon » Sun Nov 26, 2006 4:09 pm

After resizing, select one of the holes in question, and click on th icon to scale it. You do not need to change the scale, but the current (resized) size will be displayed.

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Postby Rusty » Sun Nov 26, 2006 7:07 pm

Thanks CLyon:
That was simple, but I had to ungroup about 300 holes to get the one only. No if there was only a way to change all the hole diameters as a group at one time.
Thanks again.
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Postby CRFultz » Sun Nov 26, 2006 10:35 pm

MJR wrote:Thanks CLyon:
That was simple, but I had to ungroup about 300 holes to get the one only. No if there was only a way to change all the hole diameters as a group at one time.
Thanks again.
Rusty


Select the holes and then offset outwards the difference from the old size to the new size
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