# Thread: Drawing this bearing housing

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Bottom of base to top of circle appears to be 120 (height).
Depth/width appears to be 92.
Length is 28+125=153 + half of the diameter of 80 which would be 40 for a total of 193.

The 125 goes from center to center on the two circles.

Agree, disagree, or don't know? Anyone else?

2. Originally Posted by ReMark
Bottom of base to top of circle appears to be 120 (height).
Depth/width appears to be 92.
Length is 28+125=153 + half of the diameter of 80 which would be 40 for a total of 193.

The 125 goes from center to center on the two circles.

Agree, disagree, or don't know? Anyone else?

i disagree with u
h= 157
w=153
d=92

for sure

now how can i fix it ??

can any body only change the hight for me
i dont know how to change it without removing the top veiw
because i finish it

3. Originally Posted by cute eng
i disagree with u
h= 157
w=153
d=92

for sure

now how can i fix it ??

can any body only change the hight for me
i dont know how to change it without removing the top veiw
because i finish it
You still haven't answered ReMarks questions.

And you actually now did what I said you should do, but you snapped at me for suggesting. Good Job mate.

4. Originally Posted by ReMark
Length is 28+125=153 + half of the diameter of 80 which would be 40 for a total of 193.
Yes, in the original I thought the Ø80 was Ø60, the clearer scan helps. Don't know where the OP is getting his (her?) numbers.

5. Originally Posted by cute eng
i disagree with u

because i finish it
Can you attach what you finished? (the dwg)

6. I would say that the depth is highlighted as DD in my attachment, it looks to be 92.

Height appears to be highlighted as D = 120, from bottom of base to top of the circle.

Width looks to be 1/2 of B + A + C, which would appear from the posted scan to be 80/2 + 125 + 28 = 193.

As ReMark said, please do us the favor of answering our questions. We are not trying to stalk you, or turn you in to your instructor for getting help. I can only speak for myself, but I like to know a little bit about the people that I am conversing with online. From the posts that you have made so far, the picture that I have of you is - shall we say - unflattering at best.

Glen

7. Width and depth are interchangeable terms for the same distance. It's length, width (depth) and height; not width, depth and height. We need to keep our terminology consistent. OK?

If you disagree with our calculations then you must go with what you feel is right. I say this based upon the fact that you have the "original" drawing in hand and we do not.

So far it looks like Glen and I agree. Anyone else care to add (no pun intended) their two cents?

8. Originally Posted by JD Mather
Can you attach what you finished? (the dwg)
i try to fix it

and i succed

thank u

9. What dimensions did you use?

What school are you attending?

Where are you located?

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Originally Posted by Glen Smith
I would say that the depth is highlighted as DD in my attachment, it looks to be 92.

Height appears to be highlighted as D = 120, from bottom of base to top of the circle.

Width looks to be 1/2 of B + A + C, which would appear from the posted scan to be 80/2 + 125 + 28 = 193.

As ReMark said, please do us the favor of answering our questions. We are not trying to stalk you, or turn you in to your instructor for getting help. I can only speak for myself, but I like to know a little bit about the people that I am conversing with online. From the posts that you have made so far, the picture that I have of you is - shall we say - unflattering at best.

Glen
what do u mean by this word ??

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