This isn’t exactly a Rhino question but Googling has so far not told me anything.
I’m having a bit of trouble with drawings and spec sheets for products for a client. Whoever is in charge of these things doesn’t like seeing any nasty old fractions on the dimensions of products, which is a problem as they were designed in Metric(and even if they weren’t they’d have round numbers between critical centers not overall…but I digress.) They want all numbers rounded UP to the nearest inch. Not rounded off, rounded up. Which I think is a bit ridiculous, but if it was just on spec sheets I wouldn’t care, but they want the same numbers on the “actual” product drawings, which it’s entirely possible someone might use to verify they’ve put the thing together correctly. That is what they’re FOR. Most of the time it probably doesn’t matter, these things are big and assembled by people who might look at the drawings if we’re lucky, but it could absolutely cause trouble at point and it complicates maintaining the documentation just because someone thinks fractions will frighten their customers.
So I’m wondering how (according to US drawing conventions) I’m supposed to note the difference between the “actual” numbers and what marketing wants them to be? And/or, looking for ammunition to torpedo this nonsense and get back to actual product development.