Week 9 - Working Drawings (Ch. 12)

Week 9 - Working Drawings (Ch. 12) - Working Drawings...

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Working Drawings
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Working Drawings or Construction Drawings Working drawings are a set of assembly and detail drawing These drawings are given to contractors to perform work or manufacture individual parts These drawings are legal documents
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Detail Drawings Detail drawings contain all of the necessary information to manufacture a part Detail drawings are also called: Piece part drawings Part drawings Detail drawings include: Necessary views, dimensions, specifications required for manufactoring the part, material, tolerances, title block.
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Assembly Drawings Views should show how the parts fit together and suggest function of the unit Hidden lines are typically not needed Assembly drawings are usually not dimensioned (unless needed to show relationship between parts) Differ in the amount of information provided As few views as possible to show how the parts fit together.
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Assembly Drawing Content One or more principal views Sections to show internal features, function,
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Week 9 - Working Drawings (Ch. 12) - Working Drawings...

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