jimdaug wrote:Keeping in mind you aren't finished
-The dimensions on the left shouldn't be outside the the title block.
-There will need to be a section facing the bottom of the top arm to dimension the slot and holes.
-On the left view I'd dimension the 8mm between the holes instead of single dimensions to each one. I.E. 48mm to the top hole and 8mm to the next instead of 66mm. Similar to how you have the right view. Same on the back view.
Also, from a fabrication standpoint, and this goes for anything where you're cutting rectangles into parts, be sure to radius the corners so that a stress crack doesn't form from the 90 degree corner.
Z3phyr wrote:If your mounting external hardware to a specific hole pattern, then one should dimension the holes relative to each other to minimize tolerance stackup.
Recommend you use the same horizontal datum and vertical datum for the dimensions
Machine shop will need to the know the standard tolerance for your dimensions (typically +/- .030" for machined parts) Recommend you run this by the fabrication shop that will build this, and they will give you the best input.
davidfi wrote:Why not use the sketchup model? What can you do with this drawing that is not easier in sketchup?
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