Principles of dimensioning
Terminology
What is the main image, which we are using in all our projects, designs, drawings?
It is a line!
And in Graphics Communications practice there is the whole bunch
Dimensioning practice
Threaded fasteners
Fastening is a method of connecting or joining two or more parts together, using processes or devices.
o Processes: welding, gluing, soldering;
o Devices: bolt
Projections & views
A three-dimensional object can be represented in a single plane, such as on a sheet of paper, by the use of projecting
lines and planes. All projection theory is based on two varia
Sectioning Technique
The technique called section views is a very important aspect of design and documentation, and is used to
improve the visualization and clarity of new designs,
clarify multiview
MECH 289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
PROF RICHARD KLOPP
INTRODUCTION TO COURSE
YOUR INSTRUCTOR
RICHARD KLOPP
architect maibc, mraic, leed
m.st. idbe (cambridge)
LIU INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL ISSUES
practice
2005 MONTR
MECH 289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
PROF RICHARD KLOPP
LECTURE: WEEK6B DIMENSIONING PART 2
from Engineering Graphics Essentials, Kristie Plantenberg, SDC Publications, 2006.
In-Class Exercise. Using mm paper, dr
MECH 289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
PROF RICHARD KLOPP
WEEK2A 2D CONCEPTS AND TERMINOLOGY
WEEK 1 TO DO LIST
- PURCHASE DRAWING SUPPLIES
- PURCHASE GUIDE TO GRAPHIC STANDARDS
- REGISTER WITH AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL
MECH 289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
PROF RICHARD KLOPP
LECTURE: WEEK7A SECTION
REVIEW OF ORTHOGRAPHIC DRAWING
PLAN &
SECTION
PLAN &
SECTION
SECTION
LINE WEIGHTS &
HATCHING
Cut sections through major elements in
Introduction to graphics communications and drawing standards
In engineering, 92% of the design process is graphically based. Another 8% percent:
mathematics,
written and
verbal communications.
The re
Working Drawings and Assemblies
Production or working drawings are specialized engineering drawings that provide information required to make the
part or assembly of the final design. Working drawings
Greening the Infrastructure at Benny Farm
Montral, Canada
NA05_FHZOM
NA05_FHZOM
Greening the Infrastructure at Benny Farm
Main author
Name:
Daniel S. Pearl
Profession:
Architect: (founding partner of
PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT
SECTION A
SKETCH GRID
SCALE 1:100
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APPENDICES
SOURCE: CISC 1997, Handbook of Steel Construction
R6
R13
SOURCE: CISC 1997, Handbook of Steel Construction
R12
Building Technology BVSS
details and specifications
Detail 1: Slab Edge
T
SOUR
MECH 289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
McGill University
Fall 2014
TERM PROJECT: Drawings for the Chez Soi Housing Project
OVERVIEW:
Drawings are an essential means of communication and collaboration in
both design
MECH289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
McGill University
Fall 2014
ASSIGNMENT 2:
ISOMETRIC AND DIMENSIONING A MULTIVIEW DRAWING
Due Date:
October 24 , 4:00pm (MD 270* - drop off at the main reception)
th
*Arrange to
MECH289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
McGill University
Fall 2014
ASSIGNMENT 1:
CREATING A MULTIVIEW DRAWING
Due Date:
Fri. October 10 @ 4:00pm (MD 270* drop off at the main reception)
*Arrange to locate MD270 prio
MECH289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
McGill University
Fall 2017
ASSIGNMENT 1:
CREATING A MULTIVIEW DRAWING
Due Date:
Friday, Oct 6 @ 4:00pm (MD 270* - drop off at the main reception)
*Arrange to locate MD270 prio
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GDT) is
o a method of defining parts based on how they function, using standard ASME/ANSI symbols;
o a system of specifyi
PARALLEL VS PERSPECTIVE PROJECTIONS
SOURCE: FREDERICK GIESECKE, PRINCIPLES OF TECHNICAL DRAWING
PARALLEL VS PERSPECTIVE PROJECTIONS
PICTORIAL DRAWINGS
PICTORIAL DRAWINGS
Pictorial sketches are used fr
MECH 289
DESIGN GRAPHICS
PROF RICHARD KLOPP
IN-CLASS EXERCISE TERM PROJECT
PRACTICE SECTION (A)
LEGEND OF LINE TYPES AND GRAPHIC SYMBOLS
3000
1500
LEVEL T.O.F. (Top of Foundation): 7020
PHYSICAL MODEL
Assignment 3
Problem 3.1
Table 1 shows the dierent Boolean operations which produce the required 3D object.
Table 1: Construction of a 3D object using Boolean operations
A
B
C=A B
=
D
C
E=D C
=
E
F
+
MECH 289 Design Graphics
Solutions to Examples for Chapter 2 for Module 2
Problem T2.1
We have the layout of Fig. 1, whence a system of four equations in four unknowns is derived:
X
30
x1
Y
y1
y2
45
x
Assignment 2
Problem 2.1
Angle is computed as
tan =
(2/3)(1/4S )
2/3R
=
=1=
1/6S
1/6S
4
as we are not interested in values greater than /2.
From the drawing the span comprises six equal sections. We t
MECH 289 Design Graphics
Solutions of Assignments for Module 2
Assignment 1
Problem 1.1
T
(i) Three independent equations are needed in order to dene the vector p2 = x y z .
The rst one is given by th
MECH 289 Design Graphics
Examples for Chapter 3 for Module 2
Problem T3.1
Using Boolean operations, describe, in set-theoretic language, how you would go about
constructing the solid of Fig. 1, under