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Postby saqweft4321 » Fri Apr 05, 2019 5:38

What is the difference between geometric and dimensional constraints?

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Re: Difference

Postby nayam » Fri Aug 30, 2019 11:46

Constraints are imposed conditions, rules or limiting factors. Geometric and numeric constraints occur in engineering and computer-aided design, with applications in a number of mechanical design areas, including architectural drafting and robotics. There is a clear difference between a geometric constraint and a numeric constraint. Simply put, a geometric constraint relates to other parts of a geometric figure, whereas a numeric constraint is a set number not relative to other parts of a design. Both geometric and numeric constraints define the dimensions of objects in computer-aided design, or CAD, modeling systems.

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Re: Difference

Postby juliejohn » Fri Oct 11, 2019 11:15

Geometric constraints are used to control the relationships of objects in respect to each other. Dimensional constraints are used to control the distance, angle, radius, and length values of objects. With constraints you can: include formulas and equations within dimensional constraints.

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Re: Difference

Postby nidhiwani » Tue Oct 15, 2019 13:19

Great Information,Thank You :)


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