Define Hole Wizard Depth to Tip or Shoulder with SOLIDWORKS 2020

Article by John Lee, CSWE created/updated November 18, 2019

Prior to SOLIDWORKS 2020, the SOLIDWORKS Hole Wizard holes would specify end condition of drilled or tapped holes as depth to shoulder.  Now in 2020, we can specify drill depth to tip.  For example, maybe it is critical that the drill hole not pierce through the next face in its path, so we can choose to specify by depth to tip and then ensure that the tip dimension value is set correctly.  This control is managed in Hole Wizard > End Condition.

Toggle for setting depth to shoulder or tip

Hole depth to tip shown in the graphics view

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John Lee, CSWE

John Lee is inherently lazy in that he prefers to work smarter - not harder. A CSWE with fifteen years of experience using SOLIDWORKS and a background in mechanical design, John has used SOLIDWORKS in various industries requiring design for injection molding, sheet metal, weldments and structural steel.