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Arc not ending at required point after giving appropriate angle

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jaskiratspanesar
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Arc not ending at required point after giving appropriate angle

Please find the drawing below and also the screenshot of the particular area to which I am referring.

 

I have drawn a particular angle according to my drawing. After choosing the start center angle arc, I am giving the start point at the end of the first arc, the center at where the intersection of the 30-degree line occurs with a circle of R24, finally, I am typing an angle of 50 degrees. 

But the arc never touches the required line of 50 degrees.(we can observe this after zooming too much)

 

Is this error due to some kind of graphics?

 

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Message 2 of 10
cadffm
in reply to: jaskiratspanesar

Hi,

 

why do you start another tpoic for the same thing?

https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/autocad-forum/help-needed-for-making-a-drawing/m-p/12844498#M1133139

 

1. Set LUPREC and AUPREC to 8 (number displaying -accurancy, read [F1] about it)

2. Check the angle of the red line

  

cadffm_0-1718643354961.png

 

3. Search & fix the issue

Sebastian

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Message 3 of 10
Patchy
in reply to: jaskiratspanesar

A quick check and it shows your 30 degrees is not 30 degrees.

Wrong angle.JPG

Message 4 of 10
jaskiratspanesar
in reply to: cadffm

sorry for confusion.

Although the drawing was same, but here i had a specific problem with a single arc only, so i posted again

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jaskiratspanesar
in reply to: Patchy

How to open these properties?
Message 6 of 10
cadffm
in reply to: jaskiratspanesar

[CTRL]+[1]

or

command: PROPERTIES<enterhit>

Sebastian

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Message 7 of 10
jaskiratspanesar
in reply to: cadffm

i am selecting two lines and then pressing ctrl+1, properties do open but those are not same as in screenshot of someone. Where am i wrong?
Message 8 of 10
pendean
in reply to: jaskiratspanesar


@jaskiratspanesar wrote:
i am selecting two lines and then pressing ctrl+1, properties do open but those are not same as in screenshot of someone. Where am i wrong?

The screenshot from someone's PROPERTIES is of an ARC, not two lines: so they are likely to be different.

Message 9 of 10
cadffm
in reply to: jaskiratspanesar

Hi,

 


>>@jaskiratspanesar wrote:
>>"i am selecting two lines and then pressing ctrl+1,"
Will never show you the angle of a line (except both lines have the same angle),
but you don't have 2 lines with the same angle in your drawing.
Select the line in question (my red one) ONLY,

 

@cadffm wrote:

1. Set LUPREC and AUPREC to 8 (number displaying -accurancy, read [F1] about it)

2. Check the angle of the red line


or set precision of dimension to 8 for a check

cadffm_0-1718816606736.png



>>"properties do open but those are not same as in screenshot of someone. Where am i wrong?"

Answered by pendean


 

 

 

 

Sebastian

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Message 10 of 10

You can also use the LIST command.  Using the highest-precision setting for displaying angles in degrees-minutes-seconds format, here is what it returns for the two Lines that should have a 50° angle between them:

 

LINE Layer: "Layer2"
  Space: Model space
  Handle = 452
  from point, X= 5.8427 Y= 63.9511 Z= 0.0000
  to point, X= 33.8151 Y= 59.0188 Z= 0.0000
  Length = 28.4040, Angle in XY Plane = 350d0'0.0000" <-- LOOKS GOOD
  Delta X = 27.9725, Delta Y = -4.9323, Delta Z = 0.0000

LINE Layer: "Layer2"
  Space: Model space
  Handle = 360
  from point, X= 36.3923 Y= 10.0000 Z= 0.0000
  to point, X= 5.8427 Y= 63.9511 Z= 0.0000
  Length = 62.0000, Angle in XY Plane = 119d31'14.0996" <-- NOT SO GOOD
  Delta X = -30.5496, Delta Y = 53.9511, Delta Z = 0.0000

Kent Cooper, AIA

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