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for drafting & engineering drawing

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Paul Ross Wallach


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PRINT READING FOR DRAFTING & ENGINEERING DRAWING

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION BASIC DRAFTING CONCEPTS Exercise 1: Identify the drawing type Exercise 2: Identify the drawing type Exercise 3: Identify the drawing type Exercise 4: Identify the drawing type Exercise 5: Identify the drawing type Exercise 6: Identify the drawing type Exercise 7: Identify the drawing type Exercise 8: Identify the drawing type Exercise 9: Identify the drawing type Exercise 10: Identify the drawing type Exercise 11: Sectional drawings Exercise 12: Geometric terms forms Solid geometric forms

Exercise 34: Exercise 35:

Surface control finish symbol 41 Surface control 42

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 11 11 12 14 Exercise 13: Two-dimensional geometric 16


Exercise 14:

ENGINEERING DRAWING CONCEPTS Exercise 36: Planes of projection Exercise 37: Descriptive geometry Exercise 38: Cartesian coordinate system Exercise 39: Thread notes Exercise 40: Welding symbols Exercise 41: Welding symbols Exercise 42: Welding symbols Exercise 43: Welding notation Exercise 44: Welding notation Exercise 45: Gears Exercise 46: Gear terminology Exercise 47: Plumbing fittings WORKING DRAWINGS Exercise 48: Threaded fasteners Exercise 49: Cover plate Exercise 50: Sealed tubing Exercise 51: Sealed cylinder Exercise 52: Wheel arbor Exercise 53: Arbor spindle Exercise 54: Ballpeen hammer Exercise 55: Scribe handle Exercise 56: Depth gauge Exercise 57: Tool vise Exercise 58: Hand tap vise Exercise 59: Colleted scribe holder Exercise 60: C-clamp Exercise 61: Gear puller Exercise 62: Socket drive handle

44 45 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 60 62 64 66 68 69 70 72 74 76 78 80 82

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DRAFTING CONTROL SYSTEMS Exercise 15: Line conventions Exercise 16: Line conventions Exercise 17: Line convenions Exercise 18: Line convenions Exercise 19: Dimensioning conventions Exercise 20: Dimensioning conventions Exercise 21: Dimensioning conventions Exercise 22: Dimensioning conventions Exercise 23: Dimensioning conventions Exercise 24: Dimensioning conventions Exercise 25: Dimensioning symbols Exercise 26: Dimensioning symbols Exercise 27: Tolerances Exercise 28. Tolerances Exercise 29: Tolerance symbols Exercise 30: Geometric tolerancing and dimensioning symbols 1 Exercise 31: Geometric tolerancing and dimensioning symbols 2 Exercise 32: Positional tolerancing Exercise 33: Surface finishes

IdentIfy the dRaWIng tyPe

Exercise

Select the correct technical term for this drawing. 1. auxiliary drawing 2. cabinet drawing 3. cavalier drawing 4. development (pattern) drawing 5. diametric drawing 6. isometric drawing 7. isometric sectional drawing 8. multiview (orthographic) drawing 9. perspective drawing 10. sectional callout ANSWER:

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geometRIc teRms

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geometRIc teRms
Identify the geometric terms shown on page 14.

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1. cute angle a 2. ngleangle a 3. arc 4. enter c 5. chord 6. ircumscribed circle c 7. omplementary angles c 8. oncentric circles c 9. iameter d 10. eccentric circles 11. equilateral triangle 12. free curve 13. inscribed circle 14. intersecting lines

15. isosceles triangle 16. obtuse angle 17. parallel lines 18. quadrant 19. radius 20. right angle 21. right triangle 22. scalene triangle 23. secant 24. sector 25. segment 26. supplementary angles 27. tangent line

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dImensIonIng conventIons

Identify the parts of the dimensions. 1. architectural dimension 2. arrowhead 3. dimension line 4. dual dimension mm/in. 5. decimal dimension 6. extension line 7. inch/fraction dimension 8. limit dimension 9. metric dimension 10. numerical dimension

8'- 6"

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geometRIc toleRancIng and dImensIonIng (ASME Y14.5) symbols Part 2


Match the symbol to its name.

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1. all-around profile 2. angularity 3. at least material condition 4. at maximum material condition 5. circularity 6. circular runout 7. concentricity or coaxiality 8. cylindricity 9. diameter 10. flatness 11. parallelism 12. perpendicularity 13. position 14. profile of a line 15. profile of a surface 16. projected tolerance zone 17. regardless of feature size 18. straightness 19. total runout

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suRface contRol

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suRface contRol
Answer these questions about the drawing on page 42.
1. What is the lays directional surface pattern on the angular surface? A. parallel B. straight C. angular D. perpendicular ANSWER: 2. What is the height of the surface roughness width on the angular surface? A. .05 micrometers B. .08 micrometers C. 1.6 micrometers D. .80 micrometers E. 3.2 micrometers ANSWER: 3. What is the waviness height of the angular surface? A. .05 micrometers B. .08 micrometers C. 1.6 micrometers D. .80 micrometers E. 3.2 micrometers ANSWER: 4. What is the height of the surface roughness for the inside of the holes surface? A. .05 micrometers B. .08 micrometers C. 1.6 micrometers D. .80 micrometers E. 3.2 micrometers ANSWER:

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5. What is the height of the surface roughness for the top surface of the wedge block? A. .05 micrometers B. .08 micrometers C. 1.6 micrometers D. .80 micrometers E. 3.2 micrometers ANSWER:

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thRead notes

Select the correct answers from the standard nut and bolt thread notes.
1. What is the 2A in the bolts thread note? A. B. C. D. American Standard External Threads ASME standard threads class 2 fit, external thread two threads per inch 4. What does the 1/2 in the thread note represent? A. B. C. D. E. crest of threads in inches length of threads in inches depth of threads in inches major diameter of threads depth of threads in millimeters

ANSWER: 2. What is the 2B in the nuts thread note? A. B. C. D. class 2 fit, internal thread American Standard Internal Threads ASME standard threads two threads per inch

ANSWER: 5. What is the bolt type? A. B. C. D. square bolt hex bolt ASME bolt metric bolt

ANSWER: 3. What does the 13 in the thread note represent? A. B. C. D. E. type of threads threads per inch length of bolt length of nut threads per millimeter

ANSWER: 6. What is the nut type? A. B. C. D. square nut hex nut ASME nut metric nut

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WeldIng symbols

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Identify the welding symbols. 1. back (or backing) weld 2. bevel groove weld 3. fillet weld 4. J-groove weld 5. plug weld 6. square groove weld 7. U-groove weld 8. V-groove weld

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scRIbe handle

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Answer these questions about the drawing above.


1. What is the concave radius in the swivel top (2)? A. B. C. D. 1/8" 1/4" 11/16" 3/4" 3. How is the swivel top (2) attached to the handle (1)? A. B. C. D. threaded peened soldered welded 5. What is the diameter of the hole through the swivel top (2)? A. B. C. D. .09" 1/8" 3/16" 5/8"

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2. What is the length of the knurling on the handle (1)? A. 5/16" B. 2 1/2" C. 2 1/8" D. 1 3/8"

4. What do the letters F. A. O. mean? A. Finished All Over B. Face Allowance Offset C. Fillet Assembled and Oiled D. Flange Alloy Oriented

6. What is the spherical radius of the clamping head (3)? A. B. C. D. 16" 1/4" 3/16" 1/2"

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