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    Smile What is your method?

    hi all,
    See the attached dwg. here and tell how u taking the measurments to draw the circles on the Arc?

    Thanks,
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    Default Re: What is your method?

    Circle @ 9 o'clock intersection, radius 400.
    Circle @ int of R400 circle and R442 arc, radius 300.

    and so on.
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    Default Re: What is your method?

    I'm not sure exactly what you mean without larger context. Is this a mounting hole pattern? If it were a one of a kind part to be fabricated on a machine tool, I would use ordiante, or baseline dimensions. In a previous life I was a machinist, and this is the way I would have preferred it. Depending on the precision required Geometric tolernaces may be required.
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    Default Re: What is your method?

    yes, this is the tapped hole pattern on the turbain case,
    when I got a drawing sheet, Im little confused, bcz how can i measure, but the workshop guys are solved my problem. they show me how to draw the circles on the job with divider.
    like jaberwork's method

    Quote Originally Posted by IgorTheCat View Post
    I'm not sure exactly what you mean without larger context. Is this a mounting hole pattern? If it were a one of a kind part to be fabricated on a machine tool, I would use ordiante, or baseline dimensions. In a previous life I was a machinist, and this is the way I would have preferred it. Depending on the precision required Geometric tolernaces may be required.

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    Default Re: What is your method?

    I am not fully understand what you want to ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan.fuller View Post
    I am not fully understand what you want to ask.
    Don't worry; it's been asked and answered.
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