Toolbar showing the location of the Hole table icon selected

Insert a hole table for a view or multiple views of a common, singular part (and not an entire Part Studio). Style the table as you would any other table, and hover over a table row for cross-highlighting in the drawing.

This article covers the Drawing Hole table. Refer to the Part Studio hole table article for information on using a hole table in a Part Studio.


  1. Click Hold table icon.

    Hole table dialog

  2. Check the box to indicate that you want the location data shown in the selected view(s).
  3. Indicate a precision for the location coordinates.
  4. Select a view to register its holes in the table. To select more than one view, click in the Views field again and then select another view. Repeat as necessary until all views are selected.

    Selecting additional hole table views in the hole table dialog

    A table preview appears when you select the tool, and is populated as you select views to be represented in the table.

  5. Views are only selectable when the drawing is made of a part and not an entire Part Studio.

  6. Select the origin from which to locate the holes.

  7. Select the X or Y axis for the hole location by clicking an edge in the drawing.
  8. Select any holes you want excluded from the table (by clicking them in the drawing).
  9. Specify the order in which the holes are listed in the table, alpha-numerically (top to bottom or bottom to top).
  1. Select the icon that matches the corner of the table to set as your fixed corner.

    Select fixed corner section of drawings table

    The default anchor point in Onshape is the upper right corner of tables.

    There is no need to click directly on the point once it is visible. While moving the mouse to place the hole table, you'll notice thin, dashed lines as the cursor passes near other entities. These are inferencing lines that you are able to align the hole table to; simply click when you see the line appear to align the hole table to that line.

  2. Click in the drawing space to place the Hole table.

Example showing the hole table

Hover over a row in the table to see cross-highlighting in the drawing:

Hovering over a row in the table to see cross-highlighting in the drawing