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Final Exam

Lightweight lines skinny objects; ramps; stairs; extension lines; dimension lines; leader lines for notes; reference lines
center line LW; one long, one short, etc; type of reference line; used to show different levels of construction
break lines LW; to save space when showing detail; or when detail is irrelevant to what drawing is showing
plaster line LW; long dashes; reference line; LW; long dashes; used to accurately place scenery from ground plan to stage
section interior line LW; signifies that there is a solid object
short dashes (LW) hidden construction within an object
medium weight for visible outlines of objects; lettering
short dashes (MW) hidden outline of a different object all together (underneath)
One long, two short, one long, etc. (MW) alternate position of an object
heavy weight used to section views
section outline HW; solid line; cut through an object; anything above 6ft for a view from the top
section cutting plane line HW; one long, two short, one long, etc. to show the detail of a section
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