Help: Alignment for the part

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  • Help: Alignment for the part

    Hallo,
    I need the help creating a alignment for the part in the drawing. For this part, the customer has specified the A, B and C datum.
    Does anyone have advice on how to create aligning for this part?

    Thanks.

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  • #2
    A: Cylinder (Level Z and XY Translation)
    B: Constructed line of mid-point of the two 15° surfaces and A (Rotation)
    C: Point (Translation in Z)

    That TP is going to be interesting as it's at an angle. Do you have a CAD model. Looks like you'll need to derive the basics off the model.
    Last edited by bfire85; 08-02-2019, 09:59 AM.

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    • VarSlovenia
      VarSlovenia commented
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      Thanks. Can I use itterative alignment or "normally" 321?

    • bfire85
      bfire85 commented
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      VarSlovenia I am not an iterative alignment guy. Most of what I measure is pretty much 321.

  • #3
    Do the datum cylinder as a fixed radius, but definitely report it as least squares.

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    • #4
      I failed to make alignment. Can anyone help make a alignment? I can send CAD model.

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      • #5
        Send CAD and.print to [email protected]. I will help.you.
        Darroll
        2018R2

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        • #6
          Originally posted by Darrollh View Post
          Send CAD and.print to [email protected]. I will help.you.
          I sent drawing and CAD model to your email.

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          • #7
            Got it. I will reach out to after a while. I'm putting out a fire.
            Darroll
            2018R2

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            • #8
              Originally posted by Darrollh View Post
              Send CAD and.print to [email protected]. I will help.you.
              Spam the heck out of this email
              (In Memory of my Loving wife, "Ronda" who I lost March 7, 2016. I love you baby.)
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