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How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?
How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?
How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?
How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?
How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?
How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?
How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?
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How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?
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Old 1st July 2017, 12:43 PM
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Question How to establish Datum Planes with two cylinders?

Hello All,

I have two questions about establishing Datum planes with two cylinders. I have looking for an answer on Y14.5 2009 Std. But I can find anything that lead me to an answer.

I have attached a ppt for a better understanding of my problem.

I would really appreciate your help guys.

Thanks in advance.
Regards.

Omar R.
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