Figure 1. Orthographic Projection With Three Views

Figure 2. View Arrangements

Figure 3. Auxiliary Views.

Figure 4. Principal Plane Lines

Points

Figure 7. Point Projection Theory Problem Solution

Figure 8. Porjection Rectangle

Lines

Figure 10. Line Projection Problem Solution

Figure 11. End View of a Line

Planes

Curves

Figure 14. Curved Line Projection Problem

Figure 15. Curved Line Projection Problem Solution

Freehand Drafting

Equipment and Materials

Procedure - OD164180023

Conclusion - OD164180024

Lesson 1. Drafting and Shop Drawing Fundamentals - OD164180025

Figure 16. A 16 - to - The Inch Scale With Some Sample Measurements

Figure 18. A Half Scale Wth Some Sample Measurements

T-Square and Triangles.

Protractors

Templates

Geometric Construction

Figure 20. Points

Bisecting.

Bisect a Line - Second Method

Figure 23. Bisecting a Line Second Method

Figure 24. Bisect an Angle

Divide a Line.

Divide a Line into Proportional Parts,

Hexagon.

Figure 27. Constructing a Hexagon First Method

Construct a Hexagon - Second Method,

Construct a Hexagon - Fourth Method

Figure 29. Construct a Hexagon - Third Method

Construct a Hexagon - Fifth Method

Pentagon

Figure 32. Drawing s Pentagon

Octagon

Approximate Ellipse

Conclusion - OD164180049

Describe the theory and fundamentals of pictorial drawings

Figure 35. A Comparison Between an Isometric and a Pictorial Drawing

Figure 36. The Basic References System for Isometric Drawings

Normal Surfaces

Figure 38. Isometric Drawing Problem

Slanted and Oblique Surfaces.

Figure 41. Two Examples of Angular Dimensions

Holes in Isometric Drawings.

Figure 42. Solution to the Isometric Drawing Problem

Figure 43. Four Center Method of Drawing An Isometric Ellipse

Figure 44. Method for Drawing Ellipse With a Template

Figure 46. Solution to Isometric Drawings Problem Using the Four-Center Ellipse Method

Figure 47. Solution to Isometric Drawing Problem Using an Isometric Hole Template

Figure 49. Sample Problem Showing Hole

Round and Irregular Surfaces.

Figure 51. Solution to Isometric Drawing Problem Using an Isometric Template

Figure 52. Solution to Isometric Drawing Problem Using the Point Method

Figure 53. Isometric Dimensions

Isometric Dimensions

Oblique Drawings

Figure 56. The Reference System for Oblique Drawings

Normal Surfaces.

Figure 58. Normal Surface Oblique Drawings Problem- Orthographic Views

Inclined and Oblique Surfaces.

Figure 60. Oblique Drawing Problem With An Inclined Surface

Holes in Oblique Drawings.

Rounded and Irregular Surfaces

Figure 63. Oblique Drawing Problem With a Rounded Surface

Dimensioning an Oblique Drawing.

Oblique Sectional Views.

Figure 66. A Full Oblique Section Cut

Conclusion - OD164180081

Identify shop terms, abbreviations, and dimensioning elements.

Types of Lines

Dimensioning Systems.

Dimensioning Angles and Holes.

Dimensioning Small Distances and Small Angles.

Figure 73. Baseline System

Hole-to-Hole System.

Coordinate System.

Figure 76. Tabular Dimensions

Tolerances - OD164180091

Lines and Sections

Dimension Line.

Sections

Figure 79. Full Section

Figure 81. Half Section

Figure 83. Removed Section

Conventional Breaks

Drilling

Figure 87. Drilling, Dreaming Counterboring, and Countersinking

Reaming.

Table 1. Abbreviations

Conclusion - OD164180103

Lesson 1. Drafting and Shop Drawing Fundamentals - OD164180104

Assembly Drawings

Figure 88. An Assembly Drawings

Figure 89. A Detail Drawing

Parts List.

Figure 93. An Example of Zoned Drawings

A Drawing Detail.

Drawing Scales.

Conclusion - OD164180112

Practical Exercise 1 - OD164180113

Lesson 1. Practical Exercise - Answer - OD164180114

The two types of production drawings

References - OD164180117

Principles of Drafting and Shop Drawnings