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    I need to finish this project tomorrow and I just need to finish dimensioning this.

    The white leaders aren't a part of the drawing, they're just showing where I need to dimension. The connected leaders are to dimension the .45 area, and the radius one is the radius of that curve. I can't fit them good, so can someone edit and post it please! thanks
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    Is this a homework assignment for an Autocad class?
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    This wat u mean?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cad64 View Post
    Is this a homework assignment for an Autocad class?
    Yea, I go to a career center(10th grader) for drafting design technology, and I'm in my first of 3 years.

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    Yea, thanks a lot, but sorry, I forgot to mention that the .45 dimension needs a diameter symbol in front of it, and whenever I do that, it won't fit and gets messed up. It needs a diameter thing cause when it's in 3d it is a circle.
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    just keep moving things round till it fits something like this;

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