Basic Dimension W/O using FCF

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Saluteusa

PLEASE SEE ATTACHED PICTURE AND CAN SOMEONE TELL IT'S OK TO CALL A BASIC DIMENSION WITHOUT USING A FCF?
THE PURPOSE IS JUST FOR TO ROTATE THE REF. AXIS TO MAKE A NEW REFERENCE TO LOCK ONE OF EDGES OF A POCKET...
 

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JerryJ

When I opened the picture my first thought was that it was a set dimension meaning the flag/shape had to be set @ 45° from the center of "C". I have worked with many metal stampings where the print has had dimension that you have to set the part up to in order to check other dimensions.
 

Stijloor

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PLEASE SEE ATTACHED PICTURE AND CAN SOMEONE TELL IT'S OK TO CALL A BASIC DIMENSION WITHOUT USING A FCF?
THE PURPOSE IS JUST FOR TO ROTATE THE REF. AXIS TO MAKE A NEW REFERENCE TO LOCK ONE OF EDGES OF A POCKET...

Best test: Send this drawing to a supplier, and see what happens.
Non-standard drawings are a major source of problems.

See ASME Y14.5-2009 and verify. :notme::notme:
 
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Saluteusa

I MISSED SOMETHING ON LAST DRAWING....
SEE NEW PICTURES, THE OLD (OLDER REVISION) AND THE NEW (CURRENT REVISION).
For the old one:
Question: How can a 45° line be measured?
 

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