Finding a Radius
First of all, I donít post much but I have gleaned much from reading here. But I havenít been able to find my answer to this question.
I have three different radiuses that I am trying to find without using the ďguessĒ method. I donít have a true diameter for any of these radiuses. I found a radius calculator that allows me to put in the width and a height and itíll give me a decimal radius but Iím having a hard time converting it to a usable measured fraction.
Typically, Iíd get my width (19í), find center and then measure up to my height (3í-6Ē), snap a right angled cross on the floor and then start measuring down until I got my arch to cross both points - guessing.
So with my example, my arch is 19í across and itís 3í-6Ē high. The radius calculator says my radius is 14.642857142857142. How can I convert this into something I can use? I donít have measurements for the other two. I am routing top trim pieces for all these.
Thanks in advance.