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Detail Drawings

Engineering III - D505.00 working drawing principles and techniques

When should a revision strip should be placed on a drawing? When changes have been made to the drawing.
Where should an engineering change order be recorded on the print? On the revision strip
Who is responsible for making sure the drawing is ready for production? Checker
What is the MOST important item to be checked on a completed detail drawing? Complete dimensioning
What is the information that is bold, typically 1/4” high and located in the lower right corner of the titleblock? Drawing or part number
What is the area on a working drawing that contains information such as company name, drawn by, checked by, and drawing scale is called? Title block
Where should the name of the part or structure should be placed? In the title block
What is a bill of materials also known as? Parts list
What items are shown in a bill of materials but typically do not require a detail drawing? Standard parts
What is the current method for identifying parts on a detailed drawing? Develop a parts list or bill of materials
Where should a parts list should be located? Up from the titleblock reading upward
Depending on the size of the structure, details may be given one per sheet or _______ several to a sheet
Which statement is true concerning the number of details placed on a sheet in a detailed drawing? Spacing should be given the first priority.
What sacale should be used for each part? the same scale
On what drawing can all views, notes, and dimensions required to produce a part or structure can be found? Detail drawing.
Which drawing describes the size and shape of a single object and also gives all of the necessary manufacturing information? Detail drawing.
Which drawings give all the information needed to manufacture and assemble a single part or a complete machine or structure? Working drawings
Created by: pweavil