Ok, Thanks for the replies!
Not sure what info is needed, I just had this hopeful thought that someone had a program that they could load that drawing in, and it would spit out data!!
I have seen it with AutoCad Inventer, I think it was. But didn't know if Turbocad had such??
But as for a little more detail, I was wanting to make a hole punch for sq tube. So the circle drawn on the top of my drw, is where the die would be.
The bottom leg would be welded to a plate that was bolted to the punch press bed/table. So the force would be straight down.
So, using 2.5x2.5x188w tube, over the 2x2 sq bar, I will have a nominal 1/8 of play, so I was wondering if punching a hole that requires 10t, will the 2x2 flex that 1/8 till it bottoms out, or will it punch it without flexing? I could probable go to a higher grade steel if required, but thought I wanted to see if this would work first.
If Someone has a way to figure this out, I would gladly pay a bit, as I don't have time to try and study/learn how to do it myself!!
Update; The plate I was going to use, is 44w, 44k Yield, 65-90k tensile. I can also get some 100k yield