Blueprint Reading for Welders

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Cengage Learning, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 340 pages
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Complete, hands-on practice in reading and interpreting blueprints. Step-by-step, students will develop the necessary skills to interpret all types of working sketches and prints-from the simplest to the most complex. The spiral binding makes it easier than ever before to use this book side-by-side with blueprints! Completely updated to American Welding Society and ANSI standards and now features new chapters on CAD and ISO standards.ALSO AVAILABLE INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDERInstructor's Manual, ISBN: 0-7668-0912-9
 

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Contents

Sketching
8
Notes and Specifications
16
Bill of Materials
40
Structural Shapes
56
Table 61 Standard gageswire sheet plate
57
Table 63 Material abbreviations
64
Sections
91
0etail Assembly and Subassembly Prints
104
Groove Welds
153
Back or Backing and MeltThru Welds
172
Edge Welds
189
Projection Welds
200
Stud Welds
208
Applied Metrics for Welders
226
PipeWelding Symbols
240
Appendix 1
296

Table 101 Letter designations forwelding processes
116
Summary Review No
127
Fillet Welds
142
Conversion of decimal inches to millimeters
314
Appendix 3
330
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About the author (1998)

A.E. Bennett was an instructor in New Brunswick, Canada.

Following a successful career as a high school drafting teacher, Louis J. Siy spent 20 years as an industry professional, serving as both a draftsman and a consultant. Siy remains active in the AWS and has served on the organization's Symbols Committee.

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