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## How do you make a radius in Solidworks?

With a drawing open, click Options (Standard toolbar), select Document Properties, and then **select Dimensions > Radius**.

## How do you find the diameter of a dimension?

**To Create a Diameter Dimension**

- Click Home tab Annotation panel Diameter. Find.
- Select the arc or circle to dimension.
- Enter options as needed: To edit the dimension text content, enter t (Text) or m (multiline text). …
- Specify the leader line location.

## How do I change the diameter in Solidworks?

**Creating Circular Dimensions**

- Click Smart Dimension. (Dimensions/Relations toolbar) or click Tools > Dimensions > Smart.
- Select the circle.
- Drag the dimension and click to place it.
- Set the value in the Modify box and click .

## What are the two dimensions of circle?

It stil is a line, stil has one dimension. The area limited by the circumference, which we call a circle, has two dimensions, **length and width**, which in this particular case are the same, and we call them diameter. So the circle is two dimensional, it has no depth!

## What are circle dimensions?

There are three dimensions most often used to describe a circle: **The diameter** – defined above. The radius – the distance from the circle’s center or origin to the edge, one half the diameter. The circumference – the length of the outside boundaries of the circle.

## How do you find the diameter in inches?

**Divide the circumference by pi, approximately 3.14**, to calculate the diameter of the circle. For example, if the circumference equals 56.52 inches, divide 56.52 by 3.14 to get a diameter of 18 inches.

## How do you find the width if you have the length and diameter?

The radius is the length from the center of a circle to the edge. Therefore, if you know the radius, multiply it by two to determine the diameter (**diameter = 2 x radius**).