Overrides an individual dimension setting or tolerance type and immediately updates the values on the screen.
Click the down arrow to list the available Tolerance types for the selected dimension. Listed styles correspond to dimension tolerance types used in drawings.NOTE:In a drawing, model dimensions use the tolerance type. If necessary, you can override the model tolerance type with a drawing dimension style.
- Limits – Stacked
- Limits – Linear
Displayed as a label on the minimum tolerance value. The lower tolerance is zero and is disabled. The upper tolerance is zero and is disabled; the upper tolerance level is any number equal to or greater than zero.
- Limits and Fits
Used to show tolerances on shafts and holes in addition to tolerances for the part. Nomenclature and tolerances are specified by the standard selected (such as ANSI or ISO) when Autodesk Inventor was installed. Limits are the tolerances for a part; fits are the pair of limits for a pair of mated parts. Stacked and Linear options are available. The Show Size Limits option displays the tolerance limits in parentheses. The Show Tolerances option displays values in parentheses with a plus and minus to indicate the upper and lower tolerances.
- Upper and Lower
Sets the value for the upper and lower tolerance. A value with a two-part sign of operation represents a tolerance range. A value with a single sign of operation is either added to or subtracted from the nominal value. If the value has a single sign of operation, click the plus or minus sign to change the sign.