What is the dimension of this?
I assumed 100 radius circle’s center point is on the red line therefore this dimension is 100.
To me they all seem to end at a common tangent point, one could assume that for each radius dimension that it would be offset by the difference in the radius values. Though, I would never assume. If this is just a sketching/modeling exercise it wouldn't matter though.
from the image you post here, the curve of R100 and the half circle of R60 don't look like concentric so I don't think it's the height (100) of the line you highlight
The drawing doesn't definitively answer the question.
Where is the R100 Circle center point? It could be off to the side or bottom etc.. (with Walter Fetsch ) Drawing doesn't give a positive answer..
Well you assumed and............
lol - Russian Roulette and your barrel was hot
Not me ... I don't want to be part of the Deer Hunter movie
Its' really hilarious - You gave the "Correct" answer and my friend Bernie Daraz said what was wanted to hear and he gets the correct answer, now isn't that awesome..... lolol - It's not who ya know, it's who ya.............
Naw - like this
John, you know me well... So let me suggest that Maha change the correct answer to Chris. How about it Maha, please give Chris the correct answer.
That's not what I meant - happens to us all, Chris will have his day..... - Sometimes it's funny that's all...
Click on the R100 dimension and change the leader to solid leader or click on Dimension to inside arc and you will see where the center is...
This is a sketching/modeling exercise not making it for real world only to know the techniques about making a model. I assumed this and proceed with my work, you came with a same solution as well.
Turn on visibility of Sketch2.
Thank you for your help.
Yes, R100 center point is along red line.
I double checked and yes, the line is 100 from the R60 centerline - see below image for R100 center point
I was talking to Maha assuming there is enough common sense to use the SW part (you John, apparently, are lacking in that department).
This is like blowing own trumpet
Just trying to be fair of course.
Haven't you figured me out yet...
You made another assumption, John !
This is so comical.............
Especially if Rick Becker talks to himself and calls himself "John"
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