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  1. Is there any way of dimensioning the radius of a cut out made on a 3D solid? The cut edge is not detected as a radius even when orthographic set at 90 deg to the cutting plane. Do I have to use solview/soldraw etc to create 2D versions of the view to dimension? I get the same issues when trying to dim wall thickness, overall widths of tubes etc. j a m a m i
  2. Is it easier to draw out all faces of the 3d object and then merge them together later on or is there a method that allows me to be able to dimension and extrude my object as I work from the 3d space? Say, I created a square and extruded it into a block. Then I want to look at one of the sides and poke 3 holes in it. My problem is I cannot use annotate to change the geometrical constraints on them, like if my circle is out of place or if it is too large or small.( or at least they don't show up for me.) I'm learning about the UCS system but I thought if I moved the UCS system to the face I want to draw on and change from 3d modeling back to 2d annotation I can go ahead and annotate from that face of interest. Please give me advice
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