11aCombinationScaleUse

11aCombinationScaleUse - Using a Combination Scale Concepts...

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Sheet Course: Introduction to Engineering Graphics and Visualization copyright 2009, Georgia Institute of Technology Using a Combination Scale Concepts Devices Examples 1
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2 Sheet Course: Introduction to Engineering Graphics and Visualization copyright 2009, Georgia Institute of Technology Concept - Using an Engineer ` s Scale When an object is drawn l actual size z , the drawing is said to be full-scale or l scale 1 z =1 z . But many things are either too large or too small to draw actual size so a reduced or enlarged scale is used. For example, a chair may be drawn so that each 1/4 z represents 1 inch (1 z =4 z ). To accurately determine the distances on a drawing you must match the scale of the drawing to the proper measuring scale. example title block
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Sheet Course: Introduction to Engineering Graphics and Visualization copyright 2009, Georgia Institute of Technology Measurement Devices A scale is a tool used to measure something. The combination scale you purchased has 6 different scales:
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course CEE 1770 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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