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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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    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?

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    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by cute eng View Post
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cute eng View Post
    i disagree with u

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

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

    and i succed

    thank u

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    What dimensions did you use?

    What school are you attending?

    Where are you located?

    Please respond accordingly. Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Smith View Post
    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
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