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(MountainsMap® instantly recalculates analysis steps). - Minidocs: create a Minidoc (macro) that can be reapplied on other data. Templates: save your analysis document as a template and apply it to another profile or to a folder containing a set of profiles. The position of the profiles analyzed (the absolute coordinates in the ...
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Contour Module for MountainsMap

All the essential tools for geometric dimensioning & tolerancing of profiles Calculate dimensions of profiles using interactive tools Define & display pass/fail criteria with tolerances for any dimension Easy-to-use icon-based user interface Save time with automation features Generate analysis reports quickly and easily Export results to quality management systems

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Contour Module for MountainsMap

Smart dimensioning Origin and alignment Setting the origin. The origin of the drawing can be set using the Modify the origin tool. Click on an existing point to set X-origin, Y-origin or X- and Y-origins or alternatively enter coordinates manually. Alignment. Before dimensions are defined a profile can be aligned vertically or horizontally as a whole or with respect to a segment.

Aligning a profile

Create geometrical elements Intelligent element creation tools. Elements are created using intelligent tools that lock onto shapes. •

Segments: create segments on profiles quickly and easily.



Arcs: create arcs on profiles.



Circles: create circles on profiles.



Points: click anywhere on a profile to create a point or enter coordinates manually.



Intersection points: nearest or farthest intersection point of two elements, extend element to intersection point. Creating a segment

Dimensioning Once all elements have been created, a set of powerful dimensioning tools is available. Every tool has its own icon to make it easy to find and simple to use. The Contour Module for MountainsMap® allows you to obtain the dimensions of: •

Distances: horizontal, vertical and oblique distance between two points on the profile.



Radii: radius of an arc or circle.



Diameters: diameter of a circle.



Angles: angle between two segments, supplementary and reflex angles.

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Obtain dimensions of segments, arcs and circles

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Contour Module for MountainsMap

Keep track of your work Identify dimensions quickly and easily by creating personalized labels or displaying each dimension’s unique ID number. Dimension format (color, decimal places, arrow style, etc.) is user-definable. As you work, a table of results is completed automatically and can be displayed at any time (only available with certain MountainsMap® product packages).

Table of results. Useful for grouping together all the dimensions obtained on a profile.

Basic tolerancing A table of analysis results listing all dimensions and their pass/fail status can be displayed (only available with certain MountainsMap® product packages).

Pass/fail criteria with tolerances can be defined for any dimension.

Pass/fail status can be displayed on the profile or shown graphically

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Contour Module for MountainsMap

Save time & increase productivity with automation features The Contour Module for MountainsMap® allows you to save your contour analysis steps and reapply them on other profiles.

Templates: save your analysis document as a template and apply it to another profile or to a folder containing a set of profiles

This can be achieved in several ways:

The position of the profiles analyzed (the absolute coordinates in the XZ plane) should be roughly the same as that of the original profile.

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Substitution: substitute your profile with another in the analysis workflow (MountainsMap® instantly recalculates analysis steps)

However, even if the profile’s position is a little different, it is still possible to manually adjust it.

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