Continuing through my practice examples I came across the following diagram and I have a question on how to interpret the depth of the part.
I have the part drawn up in inventor, but when I went to do my extrusion I started interpreting the spacing between the plates in different ways. What is throwing me for a loop is the note "BAR DIA.70 x 76 LONG" and the 28 dimension.
I have interpreted it these ways:
- 9.5 sticking out the front.
- 19 thick front plate.
- 12 thick rear plate.
From the face of the 9.5 protruding 66 dia. cylinder (assumed machined down to) to the back of the cylinder is 76 mm and there is a 28 mm space between the plates.
There is a 76 mm cylinder between the plates and it protrudes 28 mm beyond the back of the back plate.
There is a 76 mm cylinder starting at the back of the front plate that is 76 mm long and a 28 mm space between the plates.
What is your interpretation for the setting the various depth?
Option D) being something I have not considered and please provide details.