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    So I'm getting ready for a competition and I've come across 2 problems.
    I can't seem to find the depth of the ACME thread and I'm unsure how to draw the part where it says R.20. Everything else I can do except those 2 parts.


    These are the 2 parts that I'm unable to finish.

    Monkey Wrench - 1.dwg

    Monkey Wrench - 2.dwg

    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Povolio View Post
    I can't seem to find the depth of the ACME thread....

    If you don't own a Machinery's Handbook - you should.
    Actually these days this type of information is usually readily available via the internet.
    depth = p/2 http://tinyurl.com/yf7kg2a

    The only R20 feature I see should be a trivially easy Presspull through the part!
    Circle R20
    center line track vertical
    offset half width either side
    trim
    Presspull (actually don't even need to trim for press pull
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD Mather View Post
    If you don't own a Machinery's Handbook - you should.
    Actually these days this type of information is usually readily available via the internet.
    I have one, it just says that depth is X/2. X is not given in this case and the angle is 29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Povolio View Post
    So I'm getting ready for a competition....
    Looks like a fun 45 minute project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Povolio View Post

    Povolio:

    Felt like a merry-go-round ride! Thanks for the link(?)!

    Are you two in the same class? Or is this a "mirror image"?
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