yes my autocad just 4 precision. can you give me your way in detail you just make vertical line but how you get the second tangent point ?
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To get a circle of radius 9 exactly, the offset should be 5.39227909
yes my autocad just 4 precision. can you give me your way in detail you just make vertical line but how you get the second tangent point ?
Issammm, your original question was not stated correctly. If you had stated that the radius, Rx, was to be 9 and the offset was the variable, you would have been given a solution that was quite easy. Draw the circle with the TTR option, selecting the two circles and specifying 9 for the radius.
Drafting is a breeze.
Issammm, I gave you above the radius, calculated as per your sketch, with 8 decimals and a solution to use it; isn't that enough for your sketch?
Regards,
Mircea
AutoCAD's happy user equation: FILEDIA + PICKADD² + PICKFIRST = 3
How can it be when you are changing the value, 5.4152, to a variable and assigning a value where you had a variable, Rx?
Drafting is a breeze.
It seems that there are not enough figured dimensions. For example, where is G? Is it at the end of a semicircle?
One could guess, but that might not be sufficiently accurate for you
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