Week 2 Practice Solutions

Week 2 Practice Solutions - 3. What is the most important...

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ME 123 Week 2 Practice Solutions 1. What are the 4 standard types of projection used in technical drawings? What are the basic differences between each of them? a. Multiview: Parallel projectors, 90 degrees to plane of projection, 2-D each view b. Axonometric: Parallel projectors, 90 degrees to plane of projection, 3-D view c. Oblique: Parallel projectors, oblique to plane of projection, 3D View d. Perspective: radiating projectors ( finite distance from observer to plane of projection) 2. List the standard items found in a title block. Where is the title block normally located on the drawing? Company Name, Drawing Title, Drawing Sheet, Sheet Revision Block, Approval Block, Scale, Drawing Size, Sheet Number, CAGE Code, Weight, Lower right hand corner
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Unformatted text preview: 3. What is the most important rule in freehand sketching? Why? Can this same rule help you when creating sketches in SolidWorks? To keep the sketch in proportion (to represent the size and position of each part in relation to the whole. Because if the proportions are off, the sketch will not look right. Yes, if you sketch in SolidWorks and keep the sketch in proportion, it will help keep the sketch from twisting as you add constraints. 4. Shown below are four views of the same object. Select and then draw the best isometric view which best illustrates all the features and conforms to the drawing standards. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Identify the views shown below as isometric, trimetric, oblique or perspective. Oblique...
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