By Rod Black
An undergraduate textbook designed for classes regarding layout and manufacture. half 1 covers the fundamentals of layout (process, specification, drawing, BS4500, common parts, bolts, gears, belts and so forth) and of producing methods (cutting, casting, bulk deformation, sheet steel, powder forming, becoming a member of, floor remedy, qc etc). half 2 indicates how those basics may be built-in through linking layout and production judgements, contemplating affects of volume, fabrics, ergonomics, aesthetics and so on and discussing the organisational info flows and controls required for a ecocnomic product. Examples drawn from are incorporated as acceptable.
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In these cases, sections should be taken. An imaginary plane is used to cut away those parts that are hiding the detail that needs to be shown. If the cutting plane cuts through solid elements of the component this is normally indicated on the drawing by hatching these areas (see later for exceptions to this). The remaining part (or section) is shown using the normal projection rules. 11. Note that the sectioning plane has been identified by a thin chain line, thickened at the ends where the identifying letters are shown.
C) Detail of the feature: For a given tolerance on a given component, some features are easier to achieve than others. For example, it is generally easier to produce an outside diameter on a component that can be rotated than a hole, on one that cannot. ) This is because the revolved component can fit in a chuck on a lathe where the turned diameter may be set to any value by adjusting the lathe feed. A hole on the other hand, will require different drills and possibly different reamers for different diameters.
Draw a reference line AA between views A and B at right angles to the projection lines, preferably touching a point on view A. 13 Direction of ~ewview I <5> View 8 '' 4 (8) ' 5. Draw reference line CC at right angles 7. Measure the distance of corner 1 on view A from the reference line AA. Plot this point along the relevant projection line (view B to view C), the same distance from reference line CC. 8. Repeat for the remaining corners. 9. Lightly join the plotted points, taking care to join only corners that are joined A View A 2 (6) '' '' to the projection lines between view B and view C (the view to be drawn).