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# Study_Guide_Exam_1 - o Understand the difference between...

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Penn State University Study Guide, Exam 1 SPRING 2008 Exam 1 will cover the topics described below. The exam will include a 20% theoretical part including objective questions (multiple choice, T/F, matching); 80% drawing problems (problems involving, multi-view drawing, missing lines and views, pictorial drawings). You should know the following: (this list is not necessarily complete) Instrument Drawing Proper lettering Measuring with scales o Understand that a drawing scale A:B means “A” units on drawing = “B” units in reality The basics of instruments drawing o Alphabet of lines Geometric techniques 3D- representation

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Unformatted text preview: o Understand the difference between pictorial and multi-view drawings o Understand the difference between isometric and oblique projections • Orthographic projection o Standard position of top, front, right view o Proper alignment of views and sharing (transferring) dimensions o Visible, hidden, and center lines (appearance, usage, conventions, and precedence) o Missing line problems o Missing view problems o Creating multi-views drawing from a 3D view • Isometric Pictorial o Draw isometric view from given orthographic views o Draw isometric circles using four-center method o Draw isometric cylinders (with limiting tangent element)...
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• Spring '08
• ESPARRAGOZAIVAN
• Map projection, 20%, Pennsylvania State University, Parallel projection, Graphical projections, Architectural drawing

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