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GRAPHICS FINAL

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Machine part drawings using SI (Units commonly referred to as METRIC) are based on the millimeter.
When using an Architectural scale, the format is feet and decimal feet.
Architectural drawings display units of measurement using the foot mark (') and the inches by a (").
The scale appears as x:x or x=x. The x's represent numbers. The x on the left is the measurement on the paper while the x on the right it the actual measurement.
A bar (or graphic) scale is not a physical scale but a graphic way of expressing the scale of a drawing.
Scaling an Architectural drawing requires the inverse of the scale to be calculated for sizing lettering on the paper or scale. The inverse of 1/8" - 1'0" is (1:48)
Which statement about dimensioning is true?
Dimensions given for information only, and not intended to be measured nor govern the manufacturing process, are referred to as:
Tolerance is the difference between the maximum and minimum allowable size on a individual part.
Allowance is the minimum clearance or maximum interference between two mating parts.
Upper Deviation is the difference between the basic size and the maximum size of the part.
The American National Standards Institutes table and the Machinery's Handbook supply the maximum and minimum tolerance values for mating holes and shafts.
Ø 28 H10/f7 The f7 represents:
If a shaft has a diameter smaller than the hole diameters that it mates with, the tolerance would be a:
Ø 25 H9 In the tolerance given the 25 represents:
General tolerances are normally noted in or near the title block.
In most cases adding geometrics dimensions controls are more restrictive than limit tolerances.
What is the amount of distortion which allows the dimensional limits to vary upon being released from manufacturing or inspection fixtures?
The numbers and letters along the edge of a large sheet is known as
General notes can appear anywhere on a drawing file.
If a product is made up of several sub assemblies, a master part list can specify the drawing number of each assemble, subassembly, and detail drawing.
Hidden lines are usually not drawn in Assembly Drawings
A detail working drawing delineates the exact shape and size of an individual part.
Balloons are uses to identify each part in an assembly.
Revision dates of a part are not important and should be ignored.
Which of the following is typically NOT found in the title block?
The title block on an architecture print should appear along the side of the right border.
The list of parts list, also known as the bill of materials, is a table containing every part in the assemble.
In the thread designation, .25-20 UNC-2B LH, what is the meaning of “B”?
In the thread designation, .25-20 UNC-2B LH, what is the meaning of “20”?
Buttress profile threads are designed to resist high stresses along the axis of the threaded cylinder in one direction.
In the thread designation, .25-20 UNC-2B LH, what is the meaning of “UNC”?
The diameter of an imaginary cylinder passing though the threads to make equal the widths of the threads and the widths of the spaces cut by the cylinder, describes the:
In the thread designation, 1/4 - 18 NPT, what is the meaning of “NPT”?
Class 3 is a tight thread fit which allows for precision assembly.
In the thread designation, M16 x 2 - 5g5h, what is the meaning of “2”?
In the thread designation, M16 x 2 - 5g5h, what is the meaning of “16”?
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