How do you dimension a counterbore hole?

Counterbored holes are specified by giving the diameter of the drill, the diameter of the counterbore, and the depth of the counterbore. If the thickness of the material below the counterbore is significant, this thickness rather than the counterbore depth is given.

How do you dimension a chamfer on a hole?

Inserting Chamfer Dimensions into Drawings

  1. Click Chamfer Dimension. on the Dimensions/Relations toolbar or click Tools > Dimensions > Chamfer.
  2. Select the chamfered edge, select one of the lead-in edges, then click in the graphics area to place the dimension. You must select the chamfered edge first.
  3. Click .

How do you dimension a Spotface?

How to dimension a spotface. A spotface is dimensioned by specifying its diameter and depth. At times the amount of remaining material may be specified instead of the depth.

How do you write countersink?

Write the dimensions of the countersink, giving first the diameter of the drill hole, then the angle of the countersink, followed by the diameter symbol and the diameter of the larger hole. This dimension can be given either with a diameter symbol first, or with the word DRILL after the first diameter.

How do you call chamfers?

If a chamfer is called out as a face width, then it is to be measured along the hypotenuse of the chamfer. To convert a leg length dimension to face width simply multiply the leg length value by 1.414. To convert from a face width dimension to a leg length dimension, reverse the process and divide by 1.414.

How do you write counterbore?

A counterbore (symbol: ⌴) is a cylindrical flat-bottomed hole that enlarges another coaxial hole, or the tool used to create that feature.

What is the difference between a spotface and counterbore?

The difference between counterboring and spotfacing is that a counterbored surface usually has a shoulder at the bottom of the enlarged hole, while a spotfaced surface is flat and always at right angles with the axis of the hole.

What is a chamfer bit?

Chamfer bits are used to cut a beveled edge on the profile. They can also be used to create angled edges for constructing boxes. For a 4-sided box, use a 45 degree chamfer bit.