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How to measure Rake Angle in my assembly?

sid_nairsid_nair Member Posts: 5
Hello everybody,
I'm a bit of a newbie so sorry if this question is unnecessary.  I've been trying to figure out how to measure the rake angle of my basic r/c car.
Here is a link to the project: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/0c4caf2f4855a5f434e28a17/w/b8757e5273391bd48885d808/e/70fbe04af30fb9a0f7ff8052
It would be lovely if anybody could help me out :smile:  
Regards,
Sid

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  • steve_shubinsteve_shubin Member Posts: 507 ✭✭✭
    Accepted Answer
    @sid_nair

    is this what you’re looking for ?




  • matthew_stacymatthew_stacy Member Posts: 270 PRO
    Accepted Answer
    @sid_nair, I'm not certain which angle you are specifically interested in.  But in general just select the two entities of interest and Onshape will tell you what the angle is.  Example below (15.089 deg between roof of car and ground surface):


Answers

  • steve_shubinsteve_shubin Member Posts: 507 ✭✭✭
    Accepted Answer
    @sid_nair

    is this what you’re looking for ?




  • matthew_stacymatthew_stacy Member Posts: 270 PRO
    Accepted Answer
    @sid_nair, I'm not certain which angle you are specifically interested in.  But in general just select the two entities of interest and Onshape will tell you what the angle is.  Example below (15.089 deg between roof of car and ground surface):


  • sid_nairsid_nair Member Posts: 5
    Ah yes, thank you guys so much for the help.
    Thanks,
     Sid
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