Assignment 9

Assignment 9 - Matt Rowe Assignment 9 9/30/08 1. Define...

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Matt Rowe Assignment 9 9/30/08 1. Define aligned dimensioning. Dimensions are placed in line with the dimension lines and read from the bottom or right side of the sheet. 2. Why should dimension lines be spaced evenly and to avoid crowding? So that the dimensions are as easy as possible to read. 3. Should extension and dimension lines be drawn thick or thin? Extension and dimension lines are drawn thin and dark so they do not detract from the overall appearance and balance of the drawing. 4. Show an example of how dimension lines numerals that are less than 1’ are lettered. Inches and fractions like 4 5/8” 5. Show an example of how dimension numerals that are greater than 1’ are lettered. Inches and feet like 5’ 6” 6. Are the overall dimensions on frame construction given to the outside of the stud frame at exterior walls? Yes they are. 7. Describe the dimensional information provided in each line when three lines of dimensions are used. The first line of dimensions on the plan is
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2008 for the course AREN 1017 taught by Professor Atkins,rod during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.

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Assignment 9 - Matt Rowe Assignment 9 9/30/08 1. Define...

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