Drafting for Electronics

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Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 1998 - House & Home - 594 pages
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Intended for courses in Electronics Drafting, Printed Circuit Design, and Electrical Drafting, this work first covers drafting fundamentals and then provides a detailed analysis of electronics and the types and variations of graphic documentation required to bring an electronic product to market.

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Louis Gary Lamit is the former head of the drafting department and CAD facility manager at De Anza College in Cupertino California where he is currently an instructor of computer-aided design. Mr. Lamit has worked as a drafter, designer, numerical control (NC) programmer, technical illustrator, and engineer in the automotive, aircraft, and piping industries. A majority of his work experience is in the area of mechanical and piping design. He started as a drafter in Detroit (as a job shopper) in the automobile industry, doing tooling, dies, jigs and fixture layout, and detailing at Koltenbar Engineering, Tool Engineering, Time Engineering, and Premier Engineering for Chrysler, Ford, AMC, and Fisher Body. Mr. Lamit has worked at Remington Arms and Pratt and Whitney Aircraft as a designer, and at Boeing Aircraft and Kollmorgan Optics as an NC programmer and aircraft engineer. Mr. Lamit also owns and operates his own consulting firm, and has been involved with advertising and patent illustrating.

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