Is this a circle or not?
It is an arc that is not concentric with the 40 radius circle. This is assuming that it is a one quarter symmetric part.
Agree with Wayne.
Did you mean this? See attached image.
I also think that the drawing is not well defined, there can be a part of the circle eccentric to the height at this place and it can also be done with a centric ellipse.
If you wanna go there, it could be a spline.
Yes, I agree that it is not well defined. I assumed this is some kind of bracket to hold something. I have not seen too many machined parts that had elliptical faces rather than cylindrical.
Lay it out with all the dimension and see.
The 100 and 20 pretty much fixed the arc.
It is a arc of a circle.
By the numbers, there is nothing that indicates it is even an arc, let alone radius or center position. It's a bump that closely resembles an arc. That's all we know.
Roland Schwarz wrote: It's a bump that closely resembles an arc. That's all we know.
Roland Schwarz wrote:
It's a bump that closely resembles an arc. That's all we know.
Agreed, it's poorly defined at best.
This is a three-point arch! The drawing is not proportional! Look at the marked dimensions "15" and "30". without measuring, you can see that "30" is greater than 2 x "15".
When converting a vector drawing to a bitmap, such distortions are normal
Now, I remind that in old version ACAD (?) you had to set whether the circle should be a circle on the monitor or on the printout!
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