To define these constraints with mechanical factors, use the MEC command. For instance, to define a Semi-Diameter constraint on S1 of 50mm that accounts for these overage factors, the constraint command looks like:
SD S1 MEC 1.02 0.05 = 50
Some constraints have an optional IDS keyword that can be used to define a dimension to the next physical surface and skip any dummy surfaces in between.
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