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Dimensioning a cylinder's diameter
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* August 23, 2018, 11:17:52 AM
Greeting all!
   I am in need of some help because every time I try to dimension a drawn cylinder to get the radius or the diameter nothing happens! I have tried local snaps of center and center extents. I am using turbocad 2018 deluxe. Smart dimensions work on 3D boxes just fine but then it comes to cylinders it just does nothing!
Please Help (All out of hair)
Brian

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* August 23, 2018, 01:36:40 PM
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In the view and Workplane that show the cylinder as a circle, draw an actual 2D circle and dimension that. If the cylinder stands alone, you can snap to its COE to position the center of the circle; if not, use a 3-Point Circle, snapping to three vertices around the circumference. Place the circle an invisible Layer if you wish, or assign it an $INVISIBLE Pen Pattern.

Henry H

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