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Bemaßung - 2 fach schiefe Bohrung

BeitragVerfasst: Sa 31. Jan 2015, 13:54
von Skippyatjump
Hallo Leute,

ich benötige mal eure Hilfe. Ich sitze an einer Konstruktion und muss noch die Ableitungen machen. Dabei habe ich Bohrungen eingefügt die nicht nur in einer Ebene schief sind sonder in zwei.

Ich habe euch ein Bild angehangen wo ihr die Bohrung seht.

Sozusagen brauche ich einen Winkel in X-Richtung und einen in Y-Richtung.
Wenn man den Winkel dann an der Fräse einstellen kann, ist es ja kein Problem die Bohrung zu machen. Aber es muss halt richtig bemaßt sein^^

Danke schon mal für eure Hilfe.



LG Skippy