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Bricks and blocks

Unit 204

Clay or concrete tiles roofing
Used with a bolster hammer
Usually a rigid measurer rule
These could be fixed to wall or laid on the floor tiles
Really - are these for waving? flags
All sloping lines are at 30 degrees in this type of drawing isometric
You may plaster on this or even paint it. plasterboard
They may be dense or lightweight. blocks
These may be 215mm x 102.5mm x 65mm. bricks
These drawings consist of a plan, front elevation and end elevation. orthographic
Use this to mark an item for cutting. templet
Builder's - stock most building materials. merchants
These may be straight, curved or dropped. kerbs
You might use this for cutting bricks and blocks. bolster
A natural material! stone
This is the abbrevation for pre-cast concrete. PCC
Created by: Julia Garner