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DeLaval Parallel Rotary PR1500 & PR2100

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    Posted: 28.Aug.2021 at 11:11
Hi everyone. Anyone help me this project ???   Unhappy

http://www3.delaval.com/ImageVaultFiles/id_13352/cf_5/PR1500_Rotary_Planning_Guide.PDF
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What kind of help are you seeking?  Please be specific.  Thank you.
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This is my homework. I have to draw on autocad but i cant even. It's important that page 24-25. Based on page 24-25 i have to. Basic plan of the system 24. Base details 25.   http://www3.delaval.com/ImageVaultFiles/id_13352/cf_5/PR1500_Rotary_Planning_Guide.PDF
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I would be very happy if you help Cry
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Hello royalhorn, I took a look at the pages 24 and 25 and it's basic 2D AutoCAD but you I think that you don't all the necessary dimensions indicated to re-draw those pages.
What you will have to do is or copy/paste an image in your AutoCAD to draw lines, arcs, dimensions on it or print the 2 pages and "read at the scale" the missing dimensions and approximate them.  
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Which option would you recommend ? I prefer the easiest option Smile
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I would choose the paper option and also drawing in AutoCAD on an image can be difficult.
If you choose the image option you will have to scale it at the right dimension based for example on the bigest dimension indicated.


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I didn't do that Unhappy I tried for a long time but I can't. I have last 12 hours for this homework. Can u draw for me plsss. I am helpless.
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It is not our job to do your homework assignment for you.  As previously stated, there are two methods one can use to replicate what needs to be drawn.  Have you tried both?  Where are you experiencing a problem?  
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Problem is page 22. I can't do that for ex. cows. Because of my teacher say that all figure have to in dwg.
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