Double click on the thread feature and set to 26mm length (of course do for both).
Edit Sketch1 and change the 50mm to 36mm.
Save the file.
Why circles and not arcs on the board features?
Arcs would be better - trying to avoid any problems (with center point, tangencies...)
The way I would really sketch that is with a line, drag arc, line, drag arc never leaving the line command. But beginners sometimes have trouble getting a handle on this technique.
And since we aren't even in the same room....
Insufficient constraints on the hole feature again... sadsad. I haven't tried any constraints yet but what you specified as I'm assuming you found those sufficient.
Will try from scratch with arc.
Also - maybe I misposted, but between the 3 holes there should be 2 raceways for the bearings - width 7mm, depth 7mm. I should do these same way as the holes, right?
Insufficient constraints on the hole feature again... sadsad.
When you get something like this you have two choices.
1. Keep working at it till you find out why
2. attach the file and someone with experience will tell you why within minutes
1 is good, but don't take hours beating your head until you try #2. Whatever you do, don't ignore and leave unanswered. Finding the how and why will pay off dividends in the future.
For the bearing slots - do one and then mirror the other. On something this simple there probably isn't any advantage of mirror sketch or mirror feature.
Forget drawing as arcs - draw as circles and trim as I first instructed.
You have an extra radius dimension (I didn't show to add any radius dimensions).
You are missing tangent constraints between the arcs and the lines.
If I remove the radius dimension and add a tangent constraint - the sketch turns color.
I can see where missing constraints are a problem, but does absolutely everything need to be dimensioned? For instance, do construction lines need dimensions?
Updated board, ubolts, and eyebolt. Let me know if all is up to spec and I will complete.
Really hope I can build this, but I'm worried that some of the detail work is <3mm. A worthy test of my dremel skills at the very least.
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