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    Did you even look at the tutorial I linked in Post #4?
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    I did looked at the tutorial, but I've already know how to use orthographic projection. Sorry if it seems like I ignored you. I've always done the front view first before I start projecting and start on other view.

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    Did you finish creating all the necessary views?
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    Not yet, I'm still having a little trouble with the right side of the part for the front view. According to the side view, the distance from the bottom of the part and where the 2 holes are is 51. The radius of the outer circle is 19 so the total distance from top to the bottom of the circle should be 38. And the distance from the bottom of the circle connecting the part on the bottom should be 14 but something seems off.

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    70-19-38=13 not 14. The bottom is 19 units thick, and the large round portion's diameter is 38, so.....
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    Oh that's right, for some reason I thought that the top and bottom were even.

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