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This is an object for which I want dimensions. 3D printed components

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  • $\begingroup$ Click the tiny + sign(top right in that view) or press n to open the transform properties. After the Location, Rotation and Scale details is Dimensions. Just make sure Scale is all 1 or apply Scale Ctrl+A $\endgroup$ – rob Dec 14 '18 at 11:25
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As others mentioned, you can have the object's dimensions in the side bar. But understand it's only the objects panel from a bounding box. In your case, the dimensions are calculated from a box kind of like this :
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If you want more precise measurements, ex something like that:
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You can use the MeasureIt addon. AFAIK it's included in Blender.

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If you click the little + sign on the right side of the 3d viewport, it will bring up a bar. You can also press N to bring it up. You can see the dimensions in the top of that panel. It is labeled with "Dimensions"

I don't have the score to make a comment, but I wanted to include in @rob's comment that the information is at the top and below the position information.

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