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dimensioning slots

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leversole
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dimensioning slots

What is the proper way to dimension a circular slot as shown below? though the starting point is arbitrary, the slots are 0-60, 120-180, and 240-300 degrees, .375 wide. Do I note that it should be made on a rotary table in a mill?

 

Thanks

 

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leversole
in reply to: leversole

This is the best I could come up with, but it doesnt look right...

 

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leversole
in reply to: leversole

Still trying...any better?

 

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PaulMunford
in reply to: leversole

Did you speak to the person who will be doing the milling?

The dimensions you need to give are the dimensions they need to mill the item. So ask 😉

 


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Message 5 of 7
leversole
in reply to: PaulMunford

I already built the thing, so I did the milling...I could figure it out from either example, just wanted to know if it followed any "standard", or proper way to dim it...

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leversole
in reply to: leversole

Here is what I ended up with...it is just for my personal files anyway...just like to document things I build...

 

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steve216586
in reply to: leversole


The attached is what I found in a drafting handbook. Pretty much like the one version you already had, just to verify.

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