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engineeering 202

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The six standard views left side, right side, Top, Bottom, rear, front
three necessary views Front, Right, Top
Tolerances Indicate how much the final geometry of a manufactured part may deviate from the ideal geometry in the drawing and still be acceptable.
Call-Outs & Annotations Specify the parameters of standard operations such as drilled holes, tapped holes, counter bores, countersinks, surface finishes, welded, joints.
Dimensions Specify ideal measurements (usually in inches or millimeters) of various features and geometry of your parts & assemblies.
Depth Specifying the depth of a drill, ream, or tapping operation.
Countersink For sinking the head of a flathead screw below the surface
Spotface Creating a flat “patch” for a screw or other part on an otherwise rough surface.
Ordinate dimensioning from a single baseline offers superior clarity
Mating Dimensions Specify the position of the features relative to one another
Created by: jjeady