I'll dim your drawing for you if you want. Send it to me.
BUT in the future do as I was taught back when I used a pencil , straight edge
and compass..dim where the contour shows. If
you have a radius, dim it where the radius shows as a partial circle, if you
have an angle dim it where the angle is
referenced to some other surface. Dim everything from a known surface in such a
way as to be able to get a set of
micrometers across something known and the surface you want dim'ed. Dim holes
where they show as a circle, NOT where they
show as a cylinder.
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