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Curtin University

Department of Mechanical Engineering

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

ASSIGNMENT # 1
MANUAL DRAWINGS

VALUE: 15%
DUE: MONDAY, 21 MARCH 2016, 9:30 AM
AT THE ASSIGNMENTS OFFICE, LEVEL 2, BUILDING 204

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NOTE:
To pass the unit, you must complete this assignment and submit by the due
date, and on time. For further details, refer to the unit outline.
Late assignments will not be accepted.
There is NO provision for submitting CAD drawings for this assignment.
The lecturers and lab tutors are not allowed to comment on an assessment
before it has actually been submitted for assessment.
This is an individual, not a group assignment. This is to be done on your
own. Do not share/discuss your work with other students.

PROTECT YOUR WORK:


Plagiarism is a serious offence. Curtin imposes severe penalties, including
expulsion from the university.
You must not share your drawings, including the layouts and title blocks,
with other students.

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1.

DRAWING REQUIREMENTS

a) On sketching/graph papers (or drawing sheets), draw the required orthographic


views of the objects shown in the attached Figures.

Note:
No border is required if you are using a graph paper. Use the grid area as your drawing
frame.
It is essential to define your drawing area by drawing border lines if you are using plain
sheets. Drawing frame sizes for different sheets (e.g. A4, A3, A2, etc.) are given in the
lecture notes.

b) The specified views must be drawn using THIRD ANGLE projection system*.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE GIVEN PROJECTION SYSTEM WILL
ATTRACT ZERO MARK. For information on the placement of orthographic views, refer
to the lecture notes on orthographic projection.
c) Drawing elements, including the title block, shall conform to the specifications
given in the lecture notes or Australian drawing standards.
d) Centre the required views within the work area. Views shall not be placed too close
to the borders (there must be a reasonable space between views and borders).
e) Label the views appropriately. Unlabelled views will not be considered for marking.
f) Fully dimension the views. The dimensioning elements and spacing between
dimensions shall conform to Australian drawing standards.
g) Create one drawing per drawing sheet (i.e. all views of the same object must be on
the same page).
h) Provide a title block, indication of projection system, and the relevant information
on each drawing. Identify every drawing by listing its title and drawing identification
number.
i) All the given information shall be indicated on the drawings. Use the object name as the
drawing title and part number as the drawing identification number.
j) All drawings must be drawn on a standard SCALE. If required, you can change the
given SCALE. In that case, the selected SCALE must be a standard SCALE, as
specified in Australian drawing standards. For a list of standard SCALE ratios,
refer to the lecture notes. Provide details of any changes on a separate A4 page.

It is recommended by AS1100.101 that only the third angle method of orthogonal projection be used.

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k) Use a drawing sheet size, which is appropriate to your drawing - consider the
object dimensions, the drawing SCALE, the space between views and, margins you
want to leave.
l) Any construction / projection lines must be removed before submitting the
drawings.
m) Provide details of assumptions and/or explanations, if any, on a separate page.

WRITTEN INFORMATION ON DRAWINGS:


FOR INDICATING ANY WRITTEN INFORMATION ON DRAWINGS, USE UPPER CASE
LETTERS (EXCEPT FOR UNITS, SUCH AS kg, mm, etc). AVOID BOLD OR ITALIC STYLE.

2.

LINE TYPES (STYLE & WEIGHT)

For this assignment, line weights on drawings need not be in strict adherence to the
specifications given in the lecture notes. However, different line types on your
drawings must be in a close proximity to their definitions.
Note that object lines and extension lines shall not have the same thickness.
Furthermore, extension lines, dimension lines, and centrelines cannot be thicker than
the object lines. Similarly, centrelines cannot be used as dimension lines, and they
should not appear as hidden lines.

USE OF INCORRECT LINE TYPES WILL LEAD TO VOID DRAWINGS.

3.

DIMENSIONING OF VIEWS

a. The dimensions, as shown in the given figures, are enough to provide complete
size description of the given objects.
b. Correctly indicating the given dimensions on orthographic views would fulfil the
dimensioning requirements for this assignment. All of the given sizes must appear
on your drawings. For rules and guidelines, refer to lecture notes on dimensioning.
c. ONLY THE GIVEN DIMENSIONS SHALL BE INDICATED ON YOUR
DRAWINGS. DO NOT DERIVE YOUR OWN DIMENSIONS. ADDING
UNNECESSARY (REDUNDANT) DIMENSIONS IS NOT ALLOWED.

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4.

DIMENSIONING TEXT AND VIEW LABELS


The text height specifications for the information in the title block are given
in the lecture notes.
The dimensioning elements should conform to the specifications given in the
lecture notes on dimensioning.
Place the dimensions on the outside of the views.
The height of dimensioning text and notes should be approximately 2.5,
whereas the text height of view labels (e.g. FRONT, SIDE) should be
approximately 3.5.
Use UPPER CASE letters only.
Avoid using BOLD or ITALIC style of letters /characters / symbols.
Dimensioning to visible features only.
Avoid repetitive dimensioning.

5.

ASSUMING SIZES
Carefully review the given sizes. You dont need to assume any sizes. If not sure,
get it clarified.
If depth is not shown, it will be a through hole.

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6.

REPORT REQUIREMENTS

The report shall conform to the following requirements:


1. Curtins official ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET (A4 page).
2. Assessment and Feedback Specification (A4 portrait). Download this from
Blackboard.
3. A title page displaying your name & ID, assignment title, unit name etc (A4 page
portrait style).
4. Table of contents (on a separate A4 page portrait style)
5. Assumptions / explanations, if any (on a separate A4 page portrait style).

6. All pages of the report must be arranged in HORIZONTAL-READ position, and


stapled in the UPPER-LEFT corner. You can fold the A3 sheets to A4 after you have
stapled them together. Refer to the document titled How to bind your

report on Blackboard.
7. The report shall be organised in the following order:
- Official cover sheet
- Assessment and Feedback Specification
- Title page
- Table of contents,
- Explanations / assumptions, if any.
- Drawings in order (D1 and D2).
8. SINGLE-SIDE printing.
9. DO NOT USE folders or plastic sleeves.
10. The report shall contain no handwritten pages except the manual drawings.

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7.

MARKING
To get any marks for your drawings, the line types, projection system, and drawing
scale must be correct. Incorrect use of any of these items will lead to a zero mark.
Indicating correct and complete dimensions is essential to get more than 25%
marks. The drawings shall demonstrate correct understanding and application of
good dimensioning practices.
To gain more than 5/10 for this assignment, besides being correct, the drawings
must be complete in all aspects, neat and, professionally presented.
A drawing, which includes all views of an object, will attract no marks if it contains
too many errors.
Each drawing shall be assessed independently.

8.

LATE ASSESSMENT POLICY

By default, the late assessments are treated as "NOT SUBMITTED." Under special
circumstances, such as medical emergency or bereavement, students may apply with
supporting evidence for a waiver of this default late penalty. The request for an
extension will be reviewed for approval by the unit coordinator or Head of
Department. Such applications are to be lodged BEFORE the original assessment due
date using the assessment extension request form. A request submitted without the
extension request form will not be considered.

IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU SHOULD REVIEW


THE FIRST THREE CHAPTERS OF LECTURE NOTES AND THE
DOCUMENT TITLED COMMON ERRORS BEFORE YOU
FINALISE THE DRAWINGS FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT.

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QUESTION 1:
Draw the following orthographic views of the object shown in Figure Q1:
a FRONT view from A
a SIDE view
a TOP view
USE A SCALE OF 1:2.
ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETRES.

PART NO. MCEN2005/A1- 003


MATERIAL: 1040 STEEL
FIGURE Q1: SADDLE

If not specified, SIDE view refers to the right side view.

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QUESTION 2:
Draw the following orthographic views of the object shown in Figure Q2:
a FRONT view from A
a SIDE view from B
a TOP view
USE A SCALE OF 1:1.
ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETRES.

PART NO. MCEN2005/A1- 004


MATERIAL: CAST IRON
FIGURE Q2: SHAFT SUPPORT

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CLARIFICATION

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