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Unformatted text preview: Augdon Greening 810818165 September 15, 2008 Assignment 5 5-1. Is there any recommended variation in line darkness, or are all properly drawn lines the same darkness? They are all the same darkness, the only thing that changes is the line thickness. 5-2. What are construction lines used for, and how should they be drawn? They are used for laying out a drawing. They are drawn very light so that they do not reproduce in a copy or are mistaken for any other lines in the drawing. 5-3. Discuss line uniformity and line contrast. The only thing that should be different in lines is the thicknesses and the types of lines used, i.e. dashed lines, solid-construction lines, etc. 5-4. Define guidelines. Guidelines are light lines like construction lines but are used for lettering on a drawing. 5-5. What is the recommended thickness of outlines? 0.7- or 0.9-mm 5-6. Identify two items that dashed lines represent on a drawing. Beams and headers 5-7. Describe a situation in which an extension line is also the centerline of a feature....
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