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    Default Help in drawing this two figures

    I have a problem drawing this two figures, it seems that it doesnt have the complete dimensions... can anyone help me draw this or teach me instead..?
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    Is this a class assignment?

    Are you drawing the isometric view only or do you have to draw all the standard views (top, front, and side)?
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    yes, we are assigned to draw it in 3d...

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    How far have you gotten?
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    i already drawn figure 7.67, but im not sure if i drew it right

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    Attach a copy of the DWG file to your next post and someone here will take a look at it.
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    figure 7.67, i havent drawn 7.68
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    At first glance your drawing looks pretty good but there are a couple of things I need to check.

    Of the four holes that penetrate the base two are supposed to have a 9mm diameter and the other two a 8mm diameter. You have one hole at 9mm and the other three at 8mm.
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    thank you very much, please do check the errors, thank you Sir

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    Figure 7.68 is a bit unusual. I'll have to study it further.
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