1. ## Help Finding Dimension

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I CAN NOT FIGURE OUT HOW TO FIND THESE OTHER DIMENSION I HAVE TO DO A MULTIVIEW DRAWING. PLEASE HELP I HAVE BEEN BEATING MY HEAD AGAINST THE TABLE BECAUSE OF IT. JUST SHOW ME HOW TO FIND IT PLEASE. HERE IS THE DRAWING[IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/dvaz12/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot-1.jpg[/IMG][IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/dvaz12/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot.jpg[/IMG]

2. What "other dimensions"? What are you trying to figure out?
It looks like all the necessary dimensions are there to me.

3. I concur with Cad64, it looks like you have what you need to draw the part in multiview. Try starting by drawing the front view, then project construction lines (use xlines if you want) from the edges, etc. to draw the top and side views.

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i dont know what dimensions are for the left side of the object and the top of the object im just really confused of how to go about find out the front angle too like the top needs a 30 degree angle but i dont know how far in to make it

5. You have a centerline running down the middle of the part. That means the dimensions on the left side are the same as the dimensions on the right side. Hasn't your teacher explained that?

Look very closely at the top of the part and you will see exactly where the 30 degree angle starts.

Just start drawing the various views and it will all come together.

6. Originally Posted by dannyv1010
i dont know what dimensions are for the left side of the object and the top of the object im just really confused of how to go about find out the front angle too like the top needs a 30 degree angle but i dont know how far in to make it
Good to hear Danny is working on projects today! Nice!

Perhaps this'll help a bit, had a few minutes of play time and a couple of egg sandwiches at the kitchen counter.

Back to work!

Sunday AM, bit more playtime, Dunkin' Donuts and blueberry muffins!

7. There's no dimension on the top but you can cut a line starting at end of length 1 5/16" with 30 deg. after that draw line at end of the cut straight upward . At the end cut draw line 60 deg. going to left side and cut it see my pdf drawings. i did approximate 3/8" as the height from 1.438" and drawn a line 60deg. and cut it.

8. ## thank you

thank you everyone that was very helpful

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Anytime time permitting.

I edited my above post thanks to lulumara. Long time since I've done this kind of work. All I do now is piping, valves, industrial storage tanks.

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