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    Yes I have my instructions here. Trying to figure out how to attach it here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shammarasimon View Post
    Yes I have my instructions here. Trying to figure out how to attach it here...
    The file first has to be uploaded then attached. Start by clicking on the Go Advanced button below the lower right hand corner of the Reply box.
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    Awesome job ReMark! (What a shocker, haha) Great job at showing the break down of the materials used.

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    Here are the instructions and what I have drawn for the ortho drawing...
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    I would suggest that you delete the drawing file you attached to the above post. Why? Because another P-F student doing the same elective project can "borrow" your drawing and pass it off as his own without ever laying done one line. Understand?

    As for the drawing itself it looks pretty good however there are a few entities that really should be shown using a dashed or hidden linetype as they would not be visible to the viewer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shammarasimon View Post
    Here are the instructions and what I have drawn for the ortho drawing...
    You should remove the drawing.

    The instructions appear to be exactly the same as the copy I have which means they are just as incomplete and misleading as ever.
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