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Discrepancy between DWG and PDF overview on shredder

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Cody Harrison mrtorrence

Discrepancy between DWG and PDF overview on shredder

20/04/2016 at 06:04

Hoping to build the shredder in Southern California and on the dwg drawings it shows part numbers #9 & #10 as 6mm, but on the overview PDF it shows as 3mm. What’s the dealio!?

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starter
02/05/2016 at 01:18
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I don’t think it’ll matter very much. The way those parts fit, correct me if I’m wrong, doesn’t necessarily have to be a specific thickness

new
13/05/2016 at 20:14
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should only matter on the length of the box the cutters fit into and shaft length

starter
22/06/2016 at 00:10
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Hmmm ok, well which would you recommend I tell the machinist? I guess I’ll go with 3mm?

warrior
25/06/2016 at 08:08
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Trust the dwg files, not the PDFs. Use the PDFs only for general reference.
For instance, the “Bill of materials” pdf of the shredder doesn’t tell you anything about the bolts and nuts, or the threadded rod, or the materials for the shredder support. The “01_shredding overview” pdf file tell you that you only need 1 piece of the parts number 1, 2, 3 and 5, while in reality you need to pieces of each one.

So, once again, trust the dwg files, not the PDFs.

helper
25/06/2016 at 16:26
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shredder mod’s

1/2 way down is a post with a updated PDF, as far as I know with no mistakes.
If so 🙁 ….. let me know please.

Use the amounts in the drawing…..

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