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the view that shows the dept and width top view
the amount that two mating surfaces must touch contact area
the amount of variation allowed in the dimension of an object., plus tand minus the toleranceiung demensions indicate the tolerance range above-and below the basic dimension tolerance
shows the exact location of parts of an object location dimension
dimensioning show the distance from apex to arc radii
a curved exterior corners of two surfaces rounds
acceptable opportunity to shortcut normal dimension procedures is to dimension from quadrant to quadrant slots
the view that shows the height and depth right side view
a poly gon with six equal sides hexagon
lines that never meet if extended any distance parallel lines
reverse curve ogee curve
a five sided geometric figure with each corner forming an 118 degree angle pentagon
lines used to represent the material through which a cut is mande in order to show an interior sectional view section lining
a line used to indicate a specific area chain line
a line drawn on a view where a cut was made in order to define the location of the imaginary sectional plane cutting plane line
lines used to describe the size of an object extension line
thin solid line used to connect a specific area on a drawing to a dimension or notation leader line
a line that defins the common center of symmetrical objects centerline
standardization of lines used on technical drawings by line weight and style line conventions
lines that show the location of stiches in a material stitch line
uses a U.S. customary inch fraction unit of measure mechanical engineer's scale
type of surface media film
a scale that contains full subdivision lines throughout the entire length of the scale full-divided scale
uses a us customanry inch-decimal unit of measure civil engineer's scale
used for curcles up to 12 inche diameter bow compass
a device used to divide and transfer dividers
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