PRIN. OF DRAFTING AND SHOP DRAWINGS - OD1641 - LESSON 1/TASK 5
DRAFTING AND SHOP DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS
Interpret a shop drawing.
Within a self-study environment and given the subcourse text, without assistance.
Within one hour
No supplementary references are needed for this task.
In the previous four tasks, we covered a great deal of information concerning
drafting, shop drawings and blueprints.
As a repair shop technician, you will be required, from time to time, to interpret
shop drawings and blueprints, not only to enable you to explain and teach lower
ranking personnel, but also to enable you to brief higher authority on the status
of work within the shop. In this task, we are going to cover production drawings
and interpret a shop drawing.
Production drawings are used to aid a craftsman in the manufacturing of an object.
They are generally either detail drawings or assembly drawings. A detail drawing
usually presents only one object.
An assembly drawing presents several objects