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    actualy for 3d autocad isnt the best choise.
    i desided to learn solidwork a couple months ago and it realy powerful program,also very easy to learn .

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    As indicated earlier - some of it is undefined, but this should be correct at least to respect to the given dimensions. I decided after seeing the better image posted in other thread the the 125 does go to edge of part rather than to center of Ø16 hole.
    How did you guys (gals?) do on the test? Can you share the test problems here (curious).
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    Hi JD Mather, looks like can't open it because it save in newer version of my Autocad 2009 LT, Can you save it in 2007 thanks.
    Jimmy - using AutoCad 2017 and Solidworks 2009

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    Here is 2007 version. Not sure how it will view as I used Annotative Dimensioning. Not sure that was available in 2007.
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