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    1. mpasha

      mpasha New Member

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      Dear members,

      Problem is supplier has drilled the 4mm holes from opposite face.
      But we are contemplating it's a drawing error where details mentioned are not enough.
      can someone point out the errors in this drawing?

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      Thanks.
       
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    3. s.weinberg

      s.weinberg Well-Known Member EngineeringClicks Expert

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      As far as your question, 2 important things may be missing - depending what else is in the drawing not shown.

      A. Is this shown in 1st or 3rd angle projection?
      B. What is the tolerance on depth?
       
    4. Erich

      Erich Well-Known Member

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      A is a good question.
      B: answer is .16 to .18 inch deep.

      Views are correct. There are things you could do to make it more obvious what needs to be done.
      You are showing tangent lines in the circular view. The tangent line at the outer edge happens to be very close to the location of the 12.515 ledge. This could lead a person to assume the wrong side for the holes. The view is correct because if the round view was actually looking at the right side of the section view, you would see the steps near the id, the view given is smooth.
      My judgement is drawing is not wrong, shop made a mistake. That said, if they can make a mistake then it means you can do things to make it more clear.
      Like Make the section view pass through one of the blind holes to make it obvious where it originates.
      Turn off tangent lines.
       
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