When labeling degs should one go clock wise or counter clock wise?
I think right hand rule: CC.
CCW. But sometimes there's a goofy machine controller out there that does CW. Do what make sense for your situation.
that there seems to be the problem. either I change 399,560 drawings or we find a way to change the machine.
I was taught in school that David Matula's picture on the left is the correct one (CCW)...But what do I know, I think the answer to 8 ÷ 2(2+2)= is 1...
And what do we call the abnormal Z-axis.
Matt Peneguy -
LOL - I had no idea, I just took a guess and figured I'd have a 50 50 chance
Matt Peneguy wrote: How about:I was taught in school that David Matula's picture on the left is the correct one (CCW)...But what do I know, I think the answer to 8 ÷ 2(2+2)= is 1...
Matt Peneguy wrote:
That looks right - if your looking from the Southern Hemisphere.
Taylor Duran wrote:
Taylor Duran wrote:
But, what's that in metric?
This way is correct with respect to all the math teachings:
Depends on which side of the equator... ;-)
Chris Saller wrote: Depends on which side of the equator... ;-)
Chris Saller wrote:
Hmm...Didn't think about that, those Aussies probably do it this way:
Same way the water swirls, right?
As far as I know this is convention.
with all the moving around that I have done, i usually just go with what was done before. In a meeting I had with the robot programmer he asked me about changing our way of doing it. My super said heck no, a while back, and it is easy enough to go either way. I recall that a lot of the cad programs go counter clock wise also, so no idea why the robots are going against the standard
For those who learnt 2D CAD way back in the days when you needed to order your computer with a Math Co-processor ... would know to draw a line you had to use
@.....<90 , @.... <180
As for which way the toilet water rotates down-under .... I hate to be the bearer of bad news but surface friction has more effect than the Coriolis effect.
Depends what you mean by "right". Compasses go CW; math typically goes CCW.
Otherwise, since youre the one specifically labelling the axes, you're the one saying what is right.
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