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engr111 c 1.2 - ENGR 111 C Fall 2008 Class 1.2 August 27,...

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ENGR 111 C              Fall 2008 Class 1.2   August 27, 2007                          LETTERING & SKETCHING
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Learning Objectives Know the difference between Design and  Invention. Know the proper form of lettering for  engineering drawings. Use sketches to communicate.
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GET OUT A SHEET OF PAPER 1. HAND LETTERING BY ENGR. MOST  LIKELY CONTAINS—SINGLE  STROKES? T OR F 2.ALL TEXT IN ENGR. DRAWINGS  SHOULD BE WHAT HEIGHT? GRAPHICS IS? WHAT PENCIL LEAD SHOULD WE  USE FOR SKETCHING &LETTERING ?
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Read If you have your books, let’s review: pages 1-29,  Essentials of Engineering Design Graphics If you do not have them, please read these pages  when you do receive them.
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Question How many of you have parents/  grandparents/aunts/uncles etc. who are  engineers? Any comments about the way they think or  communicate?  Anything peculiar about the  way they write or draw?
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Lettering The style of engineering lettering we will  use in this course is  Single Stroke Gothic  Lettering An example of the characters is shown in  Figures 1.4, 1.6, and 1.7. Notice that only capital letters are used,  since we will use only capital letters on  drawings
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Single Stroke Gothic Lettering Created by Mr. C.W. Reinhardt First published in 1893 “Engineering News” 
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