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    Hi
    My Tutor has recently given me a iso drawing to complete.
    I think the drawing is correct but would really appreciate if either someone could check the drawing for me.
    Better still if someone could complete the drawing from scratch i could overlay it and see if i have made any mistakes.
    It not a large drawing so im sure if your good on ISO's it will be quite easy.
    I would really appreciate it if someone would come to my aid.

    Thanks

    Matty

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    Quote Originally Posted by topgunmatt View Post
    Better still if someone could complete the drawing from scratch i could overlay it and see if i have made any mistakes.
    Haha!! Nice try.

    Upload a PDF of what you got so far.
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    I can email you my drawing that i have completed and the pdf of what it should be if you could check for me ???
    Would you do this for me please??

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    Hi

    Can anyone help?

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    Attach a copy of the PDF to your next post. Someone here will take a look at it.
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    Hi
    My Tutor has recently given me a iso drawing to complete.
    I think the drawing is correct but would really appreciate if either someone could check the drawing for me.
    Better still if someone could complete the drawing from scratch i could overlay it and see if i have made any mistakes.
    It not a large drawing so im sure if your good on ISO's it will be quite easy.
    I would really appreciate it if someone would come to my aid.

    Thanks

    Matty

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    I guess Matty doesn't want to post a DWG file for review and comment which I suggested in the other thread.
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    Threads merged.

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    I have attached the files if someone can help
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