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    THE ENGINEERS BROUGH ME A PART TO CHECK FOR THEM, IT IS A PIECE OF LANDING GEAR. THE PART IS 8.5' LONG ABOUT 5" TALL AND ABOUT 3 INCHES THICK. IT HAS A 2" HOLE GOING THROUGH THE CENTER PARALLEL WITH THE TABLE AND HAS A .750" HOLE COMING IN FROM THE TOP PASSING THROUGH THE CENTER OF THE 2" HOLE. THE ENIGNEERS ARE ASKING ME TO CHECK THE .750" HOLE TO SEE WHEN IT PASSES THROUGH THE 2" HOLE IS THE DRILL WALKING. SO EITHER I CAN PROJECT THE (2) .750 INTO ONE PLANE AND CHECK FOR LOCATION OR DO COAXIALITY OF THE CYLINDER. WHICH IS THE BEST TO USE FELLOWS.
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    Measure BOTH as cylinders, do an intersection point of the 2 cylinders, unless they are co-axial, dosen't sould like it in your post, one parallel WITH the table, (laying on it's side) and one from the top (perp to the table).
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    Originally posted by AndersI
    I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.

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      Maybe this will help the alignment between the .750 cylinders
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