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Assembly drawing Type of working drawing that shows how different parts fit together to create the entire object .
detail drawing Technical drawing that accurately communicates size and shape and usually includes specific dimensions for other to see.
dimensioning Process used to describe the size of an object as well as the location of different features of a design .
Engineering drawing Drawing created to communicate products that will be manufactured .
Leader Line with a an arrow on the end pointing to the feature .
Location dimension type of dimension that shows the distance between two different features .
Oblique drawing Type of pictorial drawing that features one side of the object as the front image .
Perspective drawing Type of pictorial drawing that shows an object from specific point of view and simulates what the eye sees .
Schematic drawing Type of working drawing used to show how different parts are connected together to form a system .
Shape dimension Type of dimensional used to provide detailed information about the shape features .
Size dimension Type of dimension that describes the length, with, and depth of an object .
Visualization Ability to mentally see a representation of a product for which there is no physical object
Working drawing Type of engineering drawing that shows the most complete drawing produced .
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