Reitec.Testplan is a CAD add-on for test planning based on drawings. The user can easily mark all dimensions relevant for quality assurance already in Inventor and export them together with all tolerances per keystroke or mouse click.
The engineer can mark distinctly all dimensions relevant for quality assurance during the preparation of the drawing. To do this, numerous functions are available in the drawing view. The main element is a stamp icon (a circle with an arrow and a number) that can be assigned to any check dimension. The arrow tip points to the associated check dimension.
Each stamp icon is a sketched symbol. The name of the sketched symbol consists of the prefix “VDA_Stamp_” and the angle in degrees of the arrow.
Automatically adds stamp icons to all the dimensions of the sheet. This is done view by view in a clockwise order. The stamp numbers are calculated in an ascending way.
Add a stamp icon for the selected dimensions. The user can freely define the number to use or use the preset value. Numbers are unique within a drawing.
Add a free icon to an arbitrary drawing element. The stamp arrow angle, the number, a name and the value can be freely defined. After the dialog is closed you, can define the position of the symbol through clicking on the drawing.
Create similar testplans with a consistent order of the dimensions for similar products. More information in the administration chapter.
The wizard displays the dimension, which should be selected next. You can skip a dimension by directly clicking on the “Next” button.
Rearranges the stamp icons so that the stamp arrow points towards the attached dimension. The numbers will be preserved.
Rearranges the stamp icons, so that the stamp arrow points towards the attached dimension. Also the numbers will be recalculated so that there are now spaces.
Deletes all stamp icons in the drawing.
Shows a dialog where the user can edit the number. He can also set a dimension name and update the dimension class, which is used for common tolerances.
Saves all dimension values and there tolerances into a csv-file or an excel-file.
You can make several settings before you start the export process.
You can choose the following export formats: Excel-File (.xlsx), Excel-File with macros (.xlsxm), CSV-File (.csv). If you choose an Excel format, you have to choose a template too.
This prefix will be prefixed to the export file name.
File name of the output file.
Excel testplan template to use.
You can hide the testplan worksheet with the exported data.
If this option is activated, for all marked dimension with no tolerance the common tolerance will be calculated. You can define your own tolerance classes in the “Options”-dialog.
With this command you can open the “Options”-dialog. More information in the administration chapter.
The content refers to version 2.4