Lecture 2 - Graphic Vocabulary

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Lecture 2 Graphic Vocabulary Symbols Plan Views Elevations Sections and Details
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Symbols In construction drawings, standard symbols are used to show various construction materials and building elements such as plumbing fixtures & fittings, electrical devices, mechanical units, windows, doors, etc. Construction professionals should memorize a few of the most common symbols & abbreviations and understand their uses
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Symbols Door symbols: Swing Slide Fold PLAN VIEW
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Symbols ELEVATION PLAN Window symbols: Double hung Sliding Awning Casement 3D VIEW
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Symbols PLAN ELEVATION Window symbols: Hopper Jalousie Fixed 3D VIEW
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Symbols Electrical Symbols
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Symbols Electrical Symbols
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Symbols Plumbing Symbols
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Symbols Material Symbols
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Symbols Material Symbols
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Reference Marks Callouts, called Reference Marks, on plans and elevations are used to coordinate drawings (i.e. indicating where details and sections of important features have been drawn) by using an appropriate numbering system. Example of a numbering system:
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course CEM CEM 125 taught by Professor Tanghnguyen during the Fall '08 term at CSU Long Beach.

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