By Tubal Cain
This consultant to creating and studying technical workshop drawings explains the foundations of the exchange and the explanations they're vital, and offers information of engineering "conventions". the subjects coated comprise: the principles and "grammar" of drawing, the conventions of "projection", hidden information and sections, dimensioning, traditional illustration, tolerances, desktop marks, making drawings and sketches, interpreting drawings, advancements and intersections, metric and imperial drawings, concept of orthographic projection, regular paper sizes, and solutions to difficulties. There are photos and technical drawings to demonstrate the textual content.
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