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    hi


    i want to be sure about hight width and depth

    i think

    w=153
    h=175
    d=92

    it is right ??

    and how can i draw the angle 70 ?? which i draw a circle around it and quastion mark ?



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    Height refers to how tall something is.

    Length is usually the longer of the two other dimensions.

    Width or depth (terms are interchangeable) would be the shorter of the two other dimensions.

    Does that work for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Height refers to how tall something is.

    Length is usually the longer of the two other dimensions.

    Width or depth (terms are interchangeable) would be the shorter of the two other dimensions.

    Does that work for you?
    so u mean im right ??

    sure it for me coz i put the threat

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    Yes...you are right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Yes...you are right.
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    how i make the angle 70

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Yes...you are right.
    I'm not sure I make out the numbers, but I get
    125+(60/2)+28=183
    92
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    Quote Originally Posted by cute eng View Post
    how i make the angle 70
    Line
    click to specify point
    <<70 to get angle override
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    Quote Originally Posted by cute eng View Post
    how i make the angle 70
    Just out of curiosity - how much instruction have you gottten on using CAD software? Did you professor just give these assignments without any formal instruction and expect you to figure it out on your own?

    There are many ways to create the 70° angle. My preference would be to simply create a vertical line and then rotate 20° rather than fool with the other methods.

    You can rotate by clicking the line and select the grip at the location of rotation center and right mouse button select rotate and then follow the command line prompts. This method seems to be the easiest for beginners.

    BTW - I think if I were just starting out learning CAD for mechanical type models like this I would learn one of the next generation CAD programs like Autodesk Inventor rather than AutoCAD. In Inventor you model like the real world part and then the software creates your orthographic projections for you. Students can download Inventor for free from http://www.autodesk.com/edcommunity (nearly 1 million members) and register to activate free 13-month license.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD Mather View Post
    I'm not sure I make out the numbers, but I get
    125+(60/2)+28=183
    92
    120
    ohh my god !!!

    i started and i finshed top view little bit i finish the front

    i think again and i get

    w=153
    h=157
    d=92

    who can give me the right numbers ?

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