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DMIS 5.3 Progression


DMIS 5.3 Progression

Assigned to bob.stone
Wednesday, Jul 5
29 weeks 3 days ago

According to PINS documentation the following statement was provided by Bob Stone.

There is more than enough to warrant another go around with DMIS, FEAT/SYMPLN needs to be fixed and we need a one-sided “high points” algorithm for planes and lines. We also need to harmonize DMIS and QIF some more. For example, only TOL/DISTB has the concept of limit specifications, e.g., 9.98-10.02 instead of 10+/-0.02, but QIF supports that concept for all bidirectional tolerances. QIF also supports high only, low only, and no-tolerance (basic) that should also be moved into DMIS. I believe all of these changes will be additive so old programs will remain backwards compatible.

Ray Admire QMS Chairman


Assigned to Bob Stone and the DMIS community

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