Drafting technology

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Addison-Wesley, Feb 1, 1986 - Technology & Engineering - 761 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY
1
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
8
American Standard Taper Pipe
10
LETTERING
33
GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTION
44
MULTIVIEW SKETCHING
73
MULTIVIEW DRAWING with INSTRUMENTS
90
AUXILIARY VIEWS
123
PICTORIALS
376
POINTS LINES and PLANES
424
PRIMARY AUXILIARY VIEWS IN DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
439
SUCCESSIVE AUXILIARY VIEWS
466
REVOLUTION 454
484
VECTOR GRAPHICS
501
INTERSECTIONS and DEVELOPMENTS
520
GRAPHS
557

SECTIONS
141
SCREWS FASTENERS and SPRINGS
162
GEARS and CAMS 794
194
MATERIALS and PROCESSES 277
211
DIMENSIONING
225
TOLERANCES
257
WELDING 255
285
WORKING DRAWINGS
297
REPRODUCTION METHODS and DRAWING SHORTCUTS
339
THE DESIGN PROCESS
350
NOMOGRAPHY
575
EMPIRICAL EQUATIONS and CALCULUS
593
PIPE DRAFTING 670
610
ELECTRICELECTRONICS DRAFTING
630
COMPUTER GRAPHICS
651
A22
A-22
A28
A-28
APPENDIXES A INDEX 7
1-7
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James H. Earle" is a recognized authority in the field of engineering graphics. He received the bachelor of architecture and Ph.D. degrees in education from Texas A&M, where he has taught engineering design graphics since 1957. His books have introduced the concepts and techniques of engineering graphics to over half a million students.

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