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Lesson 1

Types of Drawings

Assembly Drawing shows how multiple parts are put together
Block Diagram (Top Level) graphical diagram showing relationships and order between units
Cable Diagram/Assembly specific type of assembly drawing describing components of a Cable or Harness is put together
Detailed Drawing a drawing defining a part that is to be fabricated
Printed Circuit Artwork a drawing used in fabricating the circuitry of a printed circuit board, primarily the traces and pads
Interconnected Diagram drawing like a "road-map" showing interconnections where cables or individual wires terminate
Logic Diagram uses industry standard symbols to indicate types of functions (certain Integrated Circuitry aka digital electronics)
Model Layout drawing defines and controls the packaging of a project and the relationship between parts ("The Master Plan")
Parts List (BOM) documents (sometimes drawings) that lists unique information about each individual components to make an assembly
Schematic Diagram Diagram using industry standard symbols to describe the layout/format of an electronic system
Wiring Diagram a "road-map" used in a more specific "wire-to-wire" listing to assist in an assembly for a Cable/Harness
Drill Plan drawing that describes the location and size of holes to be drilled into circuit boards
Drawing Package combination of the physical "fit, form, and function" to put in permanent record ; combined information of mechanical parts, electrical parts and drawings requires to assembly and
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