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Help properly dimensioning this Sheet Metal drawing...mistake on their end?

Question asked by Todd Toso on Mar 10, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 11, 2016 by Glenn Schroeder

Hey Everyone,

 

Wanted to first thank you all in advance for any help you can provide.  I have a very basic sheet metal part (made by someone else - my job is to dimension it) that I'm in the process of dimensioning.  The part looks very simple, however when I examine it closely, the bottom lip isn't perfectly horizontal...could this be a mistake on their end and I should dimension it as if the bottom lip is at a horizontal bend?  Or is this a standard practice of sheet metal dimension/design?  Am I missing something or overlooking anything?

 

This is a homework assignment, so before I ask for clarification, I'd like to get the communities engineering advice on it first....

 

Any help/clarification would be great!

 

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