I was trying to use a cylindrical sweep but I got kind of stuck.
There are some problems with your sketch not matching the pdf. I opened it, deleted some dimensions, added a horizontal construction line tangent with the arc, used the "Offset Entities" feature to add some lines to dimension to, and then added dimensions to fully define the sketch so the result would match the pdf. Using the offset entities gave me something to measure to for the ends of the hook, and also to correctly dimension the inside bend. You had applied the 1/8"R dimension to the existing arc. That won't work because that line is at the center of the sweep, while the given dimension is to the inside.
Also, I had first entered a value for the "Offset Entities" feature, but then I deleted it and made the end of the vertical line coincident with the edge of the first Sweep. By doing that if the size of the sweep changes later then this line would move with it.
Please see below, and let me know if it helps or if you have questions. And before I forget, if I was doing this I would have modeled half of the first Sweep, with the Origin at center. Then added the second Sweep, and mirrored the whole thing. If your design is symmetric always take advantage of that.
Sweep it and mirror
For circular profiles.. there's no need for a profile sketch
Ahhh, yes new skool features! I've been mostly trapped in SW2012 or older. I feel old.
I didn't hear back from you. Did you get it to work?
I apologize for the delay, I got kind of tied up yesterday. However your suggestions helped me a lot especially with offsets, 3D sketching and mirroring. Thank you very much.
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