CAD Exercise 10 (ID:1237)

This drawing consists of multiple ellipses, forming symmetrical shapes. We can use ellipse and mirror commands to create this drawing.

Steps:

  1. Draw a rectangular outline with dimensions of 50 for the length and 42 for the width.
  2. Draw the centerline of the rectangle.
  3. Draw a circle with a radius of 5 using the top midpoint as the center.
  4. Draw a circle with a radius of 6, centered at a distance of 14 from the left-side midpoint. Draw a horizontal line intersecting with the left-side line.
  5. Use a circle with a radius of 26, centered at a distance of 14 from the right-side midpoint, as an auxiliary circle.
  6. Draw an auxiliary line with an angle of 150 degrees, using the auxiliary circle’s center as the vertex.
  7. Use the “Ellipse-Center” command to draw an ellipse with a major axis length of 8 and a minor axis length of 3.
  8. Use the “Ellipse-Center” command to draw an ellipse with a major axis length of 4 and a minor axis length of 2, snapping to the auxiliary line.
  9. Mirror and trim the shapes accordingly.
  10. Add annotations to the drawing.
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