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Internal Curved Corners in BS 8888

Internal Curved Corners in BS 8888

Internal Curved Corners in BS 8888

(OP)
Hi!

I am having trouble figuring out how to dimension to where lines would intersect but a radius has been introduced.

I drew extension lines, created an intersection point and used that to create the dimension.

I am not sure what the correct way to indicate this dimension in BS 8888. Anyone have any experience doing this?

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RE: Internal Curved Corners in BS 8888

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RE: Internal Curved Corners in BS 8888

(OP)
was that taken from somewhere in specific? I know for some standards you note TSC (theoretical sharp corner) but i havent been able to find an equivalent for BS8888. I think the image you posted looks clear as a detail but might be difficult to spot in a larger drawing.

RE: Internal Curved Corners in BS 8888

Source: ISO 129-1



Source: BS 8888

"For every expert there is an equal and opposite expert"
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RE: Internal Curved Corners in BS 8888

BS 8888 figs 26 & 27

RE: Internal Curved Corners in BS 8888

(OP)
thanks!

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