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    Default Why is my slant dimension is not equal to original diagram?

    My diagram: 20.16.JPG (I marked with red colour)

    Original Diagram: 20.16 original diagram.jpg

    Why is my slant dimension is not equal to original diagram?

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    The top chamfers are wrong because you didn't follow the dimensions in the drawing. You should have dimensioned both chamfers with the 16 x 16 dimensions, and ignore the 32 dimension.

    The 40mm dimension on the drawing is the height of the center gusset.

    kingston.JPG

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    Why is my 40mm dimension on the drawing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingston123 View Post
    Why is my 40mm dimension on the drawing wrong?
    Look closely at the 3-view drawing in your original post.
    kingston.JPG

    The 40mm dimension (circled in red) does not define the chamfers - it defines the height of the gusset

    The chamfers are dimensioned with the two 16 mm dimensions (circled in blue)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCATIA View Post
    The 40mm dimension (circled in red) does not define the chamfers - it defines the height of the gusset
    What is the meaning of gusset? How does it look like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingston123 View Post
    What is the meaning of gusset?
    search result for "definition of gusset"
    kingston2.JPG


    Quote Originally Posted by kingston123 View Post
    How does it look like?
    The gusset is the orange feature in the picture below. It can also be called a "rib" or "stiffener"
    kingston.JPG
    Last edited by MrCATIA; January 11th, 2019 at 07:48 PM.

 

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