Contents

Preface vii Acknowledgements ix

1 Drawing office management and organization 1

2 Product development and computer aided design 7

3 CAD organization and applications 13

4 Principles of first and third angle orthographic projection 33

5 Linework and lettering 45

6 Three dimensional illustrations using isometric and oblique projection 50

7 Drawing layouts and simplified methods 54

8 Sections and sectional views 64

9 Geometrical constructions and tangency 68

10 Loci applications 73

11 True lengths and auxiliary views 82

12 Conic sections and interpenetration of solids 87

13 Development of patterns from sheet materials 93

14 Dimensioning principles 100

15 Screw threads and conventional representations 114

16 Nuts, bolts, screws and washers 120

17 Keys and keyways 134

18 Worked examples in machine drawing 137

19 Limits and fits 153

20 Geometrical tolerancing and datums 160

21 Application of geometrical tolerances 168

22 Maximum material and least material principles 179

23 Positional tolerancing 186

24 Cams and gears 190

25 Springs 202

26 Welding and welding symbols 210

27 Engineering diagrams 214

28 Bearings and applied technology 249

29 Engineering adhesives 264

30 Related standards 272

31 Production drawings 282

32 Drawing solutions 291

Index 297

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