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Assembly Drawings

Engineering III - D505.00 working drawing principles and techniques

A set of working drawings include: Detail and assembly drawings
Where is a general assembly drawing typically used? Finishing and assembly shop
What is the type of assembly that only shows how parts fit together and contains no dimensions? General assembly
Detailed drawings are not necessary when what type of assembly drawing is used? Working drawing assembly
What does a working drawing assembly show? Both, detail and assembly information
What is the type of assembly drawing that contains all dimensions and notes for each individual part? Working drawing assembly
Which statement is NOT true regarding design assemblies? Used for production purposes
When sectioning small areas of an assembly drawing, how should section lines should be drawn? Closer together
For very thin parts on an assembly drawing the section may be drawn using what? a solid fill
What are parts called that commonly do not require section views in an assembly drawing? Standard parts
A distinction between a detailed print and an assembly print is the: Word ‘ASSEMBLY’ placed in the title block.
When a structure is exceedingly complex to assemble, drawings will be more comprehensible if shown as: Subassemblies.
What type of drawing is used for general reference in installing parts properly? Assembly drawing
What does an assembly drawing show? The entire assembled machine or structure
What kind of drawings give all information necessary to assemble the machine or structure? Assembly drawings
What is a set of drawings called that a drafter produces that include both detail and assembly? Working assembly drawings
Created by: pweavil