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Ag Mecha unit 7 term

Unit 7 sketching and drawing

a specialized ruler used in making or measuring reduced scale drawings; it is marked with a range of calibrated scales or ratios Architect scale
heavy black line drawn close to the outer edge of paper used for drawing plans Border line
a likeness of an object, individual, or other subject made with a pencil, pen, or other instrument Drawing
kinds of drawings that show an object in three dimensions; common types are isometric, oblique, and perspective Pictorial drawing
an instrument with all increments shortened in a consistent proportion Scale
a rough drawing of an idea, object, or procedure Sketch
the section of a drawing reserved for information about the drawing in general Title block
a drafting instrument shaped as a thin flat right-angled triangle with two other angles of 45° or other angles of 30° and 60°, respectively Triangle
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