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Interpreting Engineering Drawings

INTERPRETING ENGINEERING DRAWI NGS 7CE

Interpreting Engineering Drawings
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7
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2014-10-07
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2015
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0176531513
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9780176531515
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Nelson Cengage Adapted
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Interpreting Engineering Drawings is the only blueprint reading text designed to provide customized drawing interpretation courses for each and every student. The seventh Canadian edition builds on the success of the previous editions in preparing students for careers in today?s technology-intensive industries. Now, more than ever, people entering industry and those in industry who seek to upgrade their knowledge and skills require educational materials that reflect the current state of technology. This trend makes this up-to-date text a valuable asset for training personnel to participate and compete in today?s global marketplace.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
  • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
  • Part One: Basic Mechanical Drafting
  • Unit 1: Bases for interpreting drawings; Line styles and Lettering; Sketching
  • Unit 2: Lines used to describe the shape of a part; Title blocks and title strips; Drawing to scale
  • Unit 3: Circular features; Centre lines; Sketching circles and arcs
  • Unit 4: Working drawings; Arrangement of Views; Third-Angle Projections
  • Unit 5: Dimensioning
  • Unit 6: Inclined surfaces; Measurement of angles; Symmetrical outlines; Machine slots
  • Unit 7: Machining Symbols
  • Unit 8: Sectional Views
  • Unit 9: Chamfers; Undercuts; Tapers; Knurls
  • Unit 10: Selection of views; One-and two-view drawings; Multiple-detail drawings; Functional drafting
  • Unit 11: Alignment of parts and holes; Partial views; Naming of views for spark adjuster; Drill sizes
  • Unit 12: Broken out and partial sections; Webs in section; Ribs in section; Spokes in section
  • Unit 13: Revolved and removed sections
  • Unit 14: Assembly drawings; Subassembly drawings; Identifying parts of an assembly drawing; Bill of material (BOM); Helical spring
  • Unit 15: Oblique surfaces
  • Unit 16:Primary auxiliary views
  • Unit 17: Secondary auxiliary views
  • Unit 18:Arrangement of views
  • Part Two: Mechanical Drafting Applications
  • Unit 19: Tolerances and allowances; Tolerancing methods
  • Unit 20: Inch Fits; Description of fits; Standard Inch fits
  • Unit 21: Metric fits
  • Unit 22: Surface Texture
  • Unit 23: Threaded fasteners; Threaded assemblies; Threaded holes; Inch thread designation; Right- and Left-handed threads; Metric threads; Metric threads designation
  • Unit 24: Pin fasteners; Section Through shafts, pins and keys
  • Unit 25: Keys; Dimensioning of keyways and keyseats; Set screws; Flats; Bosses and pads; Dimension origin symbol; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning without dimension lines; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning in tabular form
  • Unit 26: Welding drawings; Welding symbols; Fillet welds
  • Unit 27: Groove welds; Supplementary Symbols
  • Unit 28: Structural steel shapes; Phantom outlines; Conical Washer
  • Unit 29: Gears; Spur Gears
  • Unit 30: Bevel Gears
  • Unit 31: Gear trains
  • Unit 32: Cams; Types of cams
  • Unit 33: Ratchet Wheels
  • Unit 34: Bearings; Plain Bearings
  • Unit 35: Antifriction bearings; Retaining Rings; O-ring seals; Clutches; Belt drives
  • Unit 36: Manufacturing Materials; Cast Irons; Steel; SAE and AISI systems of steel Identification; Structural steel; Plastics; Rubber
  • Unit 37: Casting processes; Casting design; Core castings; Machining lugs; Surfaces coatings
  • Unit 38: Development drawings; Joints, seams, and edges; Sheet metal sizes; Straight line development; Stampings
  • Unit 39: Piping; Piping drawing symbols
  • Unit 40: Chain dimensioning; Base line (Datum) Dimensioning
  • Part Three: Modern Engineering Tolerancing
  • Unit 41: Modern Engineering Tolerancing; Geometric Tolerancint; Feature Control Frame; Form Tolerances; Straightness; Straightness Controlling Surface Elements
  • Unit 42: Straightness of a Feature of Size; Feature of Size Definitions; Material Condition Symbols; Maximum Material Conditions; Regardless of Feature Size; Least Material Condition; Straightness of a Feature of Size
  • Unit 43: Form Tolerances; Flatness; Circularity; Cylindricity
  • Unit 44: Datums and the Three-Plane Concept; Datums for Geometric Tolerancing; Three-Plan System; Uneven Surfaces; Datum Feature Symbol
  • Unit 45: Orientation Tolerances; Orientation Tolerancing for Flat Surfaces
  • Unit 46: Orientation Tolerancing for Features of Size; Internal Cylindrical Features; Perpendicularity; External Cylindrical Features
  • Unit 47: Datum Targets; Datum-Target Symbol
  • Unit 48: Tolerancing of Features by Position; Tolerancing Methods; Coordinating Tolerancing; Positional Tolerancing; Materian Condition Basis; Positional Tolerancing for Circular Features
  • Unit 49: Selection of Datum Features for Positional Tolerancing; Long Holes; Circular Datums; Multiple Hole Datums
  • Unit 50: Profile Tolerances; Profile of a Line; Surface Profile
  • Unit 51: Runout Tolerances; Circular Runout; Total Runout; Establishing Datums
  • Unit 52: D
Interpreting Engineering Drawings is the only blueprint reading text designed to provide customized drawing interpretation courses for each and every student. The seventh Canadian edition builds on the success of the previous editions in preparing students for careers in today?s technology-intensive industries. Now, more than ever, people entering industry and those in industry who seek to upgrade their knowledge and skills require educational materials that reflect the current state of technology. This trend makes this up-to-date text a valuable asset for training personnel to participate and compete in today?s global marketplace.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
  • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
  • Part One: Basic Mechanical Drafting
  • Unit 1: Bases for interpreting drawings; Line styles and Lettering; Sketching
  • Unit 2: Lines used to describe the shape of a part; Title blocks and title strips; Drawing to scale
  • Unit 3: Circular features; Centre lines; Sketching circles and arcs
  • Unit 4: Working drawings; Arrangement of Views; Third-Angle Projections
  • Unit 5: Dimensioning
  • Unit 6: Inclined surfaces; Measurement of angles; Symmetrical outlines; Machine slots
  • Unit 7: Machining Symbols
  • Unit 8: Sectional Views
  • Unit 9: Chamfers; Undercuts; Tapers; Knurls
  • Unit 10: Selection of views; One-and two-view drawings; Multiple-detail drawings; Functional drafting
  • Unit 11: Alignment of parts and holes; Partial views; Naming of views for spark adjuster; Drill sizes
  • Unit 12: Broken out and partial sections; Webs in section; Ribs in section; Spokes in section
  • Unit 13: Revolved and removed sections
  • Unit 14: Assembly drawings; Subassembly drawings; Identifying parts of an assembly drawing; Bill of material (BOM); Helical spring
  • Unit 15: Oblique surfaces
  • Unit 16:Primary auxiliary views
  • Unit 17: Secondary auxiliary views
  • Unit 18:Arrangement of views
  • Part Two: Mechanical Drafting Applications
  • Unit 19: Tolerances and allowances; Tolerancing methods
  • Unit 20: Inch Fits; Description of fits; Standard Inch fits
  • Unit 21: Metric fits
  • Unit 22: Surface Texture
  • Unit 23: Threaded fasteners; Threaded assemblies; Threaded holes; Inch thread designation; Right- and Left-handed threads; Metric threads; Metric threads designation
  • Unit 24: Pin fasteners; Section Through shafts, pins and keys
  • Unit 25: Keys; Dimensioning of keyways and keyseats; Set screws; Flats; Bosses and pads; Dimension origin symbol; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning without dimension lines; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning in tabular form
  • Unit 26: Welding drawings; Welding symbols; Fillet welds
  • Unit 27: Groove welds; Supplementary Symbols
  • Unit 28: Structural steel shapes; Phantom outlines; Conical Washer
  • Unit 29: Gears; Spur Gears
  • Unit 30: Bevel Gears
  • Unit 31: Gear trains
  • Unit 32: Cams; Types of cams
  • Unit 33: Ratchet Wheels
  • Unit 34: Bearings; Plain Bearings
  • Unit 35: Antifriction bearings; Retaining Rings; O-ring seals; Clutches; Belt drives
  • Unit 36: Manufacturing Materials; Cast Irons; Steel; SAE and AISI systems of steel Identification; Structural steel; Plastics; Rubber
  • Unit 37: Casting processes; Casting design; Core castings; Machining lugs; Surfaces coatings
  • Unit 38: Development drawings; Joints, seams, and edges; Sheet metal sizes; Straight line development; Stampings
  • Unit 39: Piping; Piping drawing symbols
  • Unit 40: Chain dimensioning; Base line (Datum) Dimensioning
  • Part Three: Modern Engineering Tolerancing
  • Unit 41: Modern Engineering Tolerancing; Geometric Tolerancint; Feature Control Frame; Form Tolerances; Straightness; Straightness Controlling Surface Elements
  • Unit 42: Straightness of a Feature of Size; Feature of Size Definitions; Material Condition Symbols; Maximum Material Conditions; Regardless of Feature Size; Least Material Condition; Straightness of a Feature of Size
  • Unit 43: Form Tolerances; Flatness; Circularity; Cylindricity
  • Unit 44: Datums and the Three-Plane Concept; Datums for Geometric Tolerancing; Three-Plan System; Uneven Surfaces; Datum Feature Symbol
  • Unit 45: Orientation Tolerances; Orientation Tolerancing for Flat Surfaces
  • Unit 46: Orientation Tolerancing for Features of Size; Internal Cylindrical Features; Perpendicularity; External Cylindrical Features
  • Unit 47: Datum Targets; Datum-Target Symbol
  • Unit 48: Tolerancing of Features by Position; Tolerancing Methods; Coordinating Tolerancing; Positional Tolerancing; Materian Condition Basis; Positional Tolerancing for Circular Features
  • Unit 49: Selection of Datum Features for Positional Tolerancing; Long Holes; Circular Datums; Multiple Hole Datums
  • Unit 50: Profile Tolerances; Profile of a Line; Surface Profile
  • Unit 51: Runout Tolerances; Circular Runout; Total Runout; Establishing Datums
  • Unit 52: D
Interpreting Engineering Drawings is the only blueprint reading text designed to provide customized drawing interpretation courses for each and every student. The seventh Canadian edition builds on the success of the previous editions in preparing students for careers in today?s technology-intensive industries. Now, more than ever, people entering industry and those in industry who seek to upgrade their knowledge and skills require educational materials that reflect the current state of technology. This trend makes this up-to-date text a valuable asset for training personnel to participate and compete in today?s global marketplace.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
  • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
  • Part One: Basic Mechanical Drafting
  • Unit 1: Bases for interpreting drawings; Line styles and Lettering; Sketching
  • Unit 2: Lines used to describe the shape of a part; Title blocks and title strips; Drawing to scale
  • Unit 3: Circular features; Centre lines; Sketching circles and arcs
  • Unit 4: Working drawings; Arrangement of Views; Third-Angle Projections
  • Unit 5: Dimensioning
  • Unit 6: Inclined surfaces; Measurement of angles; Symmetrical outlines; Machine slots
  • Unit 7: Machining Symbols
  • Unit 8: Sectional Views
  • Unit 9: Chamfers; Undercuts; Tapers; Knurls
  • Unit 10: Selection of views; One-and two-view drawings; Multiple-detail drawings; Functional drafting
  • Unit 11: Alignment of parts and holes; Partial views; Naming of views for spark adjuster; Drill sizes
  • Unit 12: Broken out and partial sections; Webs in section; Ribs in section; Spokes in section
  • Unit 13: Revolved and removed sections
  • Unit 14: Assembly drawings; Subassembly drawings; Identifying parts of an assembly drawing; Bill of material (BOM); Helical spring
  • Unit 15: Oblique surfaces
  • Unit 16:Primary auxiliary views
  • Unit 17: Secondary auxiliary views
  • Unit 18:Arrangement of views
  • Part Two: Mechanical Drafting Applications
  • Unit 19: Tolerances and allowances; Tolerancing methods
  • Unit 20: Inch Fits; Description of fits; Standard Inch fits
  • Unit 21: Metric fits
  • Unit 22: Surface Texture
  • Unit 23: Threaded fasteners; Threaded assemblies; Threaded holes; Inch thread designation; Right- and Left-handed threads; Metric threads; Metric threads designation
  • Unit 24: Pin fasteners; Section Through shafts, pins and keys
  • Unit 25: Keys; Dimensioning of keyways and keyseats; Set screws; Flats; Bosses and pads; Dimension origin symbol; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning without dimension lines; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning in tabular form
  • Unit 26: Welding drawings; Welding symbols; Fillet welds
  • Unit 27: Groove welds; Supplementary Symbols
  • Unit 28: Structural steel shapes; Phantom outlines; Conical Washer
  • Unit 29: Gears; Spur Gears
  • Unit 30: Bevel Gears
  • Unit 31: Gear trains
  • Unit 32: Cams; Types of cams
  • Unit 33: Ratchet Wheels
  • Unit 34: Bearings; Plain Bearings
  • Unit 35: Antifriction bearings; Retaining Rings; O-ring seals; Clutches; Belt drives
  • Unit 36: Manufacturing Materials; Cast Irons; Steel; SAE and AISI systems of steel Identification; Structural steel; Plastics; Rubber
  • Unit 37: Casting processes; Casting design; Core castings; Machining lugs; Surfaces coatings
  • Unit 38: Development drawings; Joints, seams, and edges; Sheet metal sizes; Straight line development; Stampings
  • Unit 39: Piping; Piping drawing symbols
  • Unit 40: Chain dimensioning; Base line (Datum) Dimensioning
  • Part Three: Modern Engineering Tolerancing
  • Unit 41: Modern Engineering Tolerancing; Geometric Tolerancint; Feature Control Frame; Form Tolerances; Straightness; Straightness Controlling Surface Elements
  • Unit 42: Straightness of a Feature of Size; Feature of Size Definitions; Material Condition Symbols; Maximum Material Conditions; Regardless of Feature Size; Least Material Condition; Straightness of a Feature of Size
  • Unit 43: Form Tolerances; Flatness; Circularity; Cylindricity
  • Unit 44: Datums and the Three-Plane Concept; Datums for Geometric Tolerancing; Three-Plan System; Uneven Surfaces; Datum Feature Symbol
  • Unit 45: Orientation Tolerances; Orientation Tolerancing for Flat Surfaces
  • Unit 46: Orientation Tolerancing for Features of Size; Internal Cylindrical Features; Perpendicularity; External Cylindrical Features
  • Unit 47: Datum Targets; Datum-Target Symbol
  • Unit 48: Tolerancing of Features by Position; Tolerancing Methods; Coordinating Tolerancing; Positional Tolerancing; Materian Condition Basis; Positional Tolerancing for Circular Features
  • Unit 49: Selection of Datum Features for Positional Tolerancing; Long Holes; Circular Datums; Multiple Hole Datums
  • Unit 50: Profile Tolerances; Profile of a Line; Surface Profile
  • Unit 51: Runout Tolerances; Circular Runout; Total Runout; Establishing Datums
  • Unit 52: D
Interpreting Engineering Drawings is the only blueprint reading text designed to provide customized drawing interpretation courses for each and every student. The seventh Canadian edition builds on the success of the previous editions in preparing students for careers in today?s technology-intensive industries. Now, more than ever, people entering industry and those in industry who seek to upgrade their knowledge and skills require educational materials that reflect the current state of technology. This trend makes this up-to-date text a valuable asset for training personnel to participate and compete in today?s global marketplace.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
  • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
  • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
  • Part One: Basic Mechanical Drafting
  • Unit 1: Bases for interpreting drawings; Line styles and Lettering; Sketching
  • Unit 2: Lines used to describe the shape of a part; Title blocks and title strips; Drawing to scale
  • Unit 3: Circular features; Centre lines; Sketching circles and arcs
  • Unit 4: Working drawings; Arrangement of Views; Third-Angle Projections
  • Unit 5: Dimensioning
  • Unit 6: Inclined surfaces; Measurement of angles; Symmetrical outlines; Machine slots
  • Unit 7: Machining Symbols
  • Unit 8: Sectional Views
  • Unit 9: Chamfers; Undercuts; Tapers; Knurls
  • Unit 10: Selection of views; One-and two-view drawings; Multiple-detail drawings; Functional drafting
  • Unit 11: Alignment of parts and holes; Partial views; Naming of views for spark adjuster; Drill sizes
  • Unit 12: Broken out and partial sections; Webs in section; Ribs in section; Spokes in section
  • Unit 13: Revolved and removed sections
  • Unit 14: Assembly drawings; Subassembly drawings; Identifying parts of an assembly drawing; Bill of material (BOM); Helical spring
  • Unit 15: Oblique surfaces
  • Unit 16:Primary auxiliary views
  • Unit 17: Secondary auxiliary views
  • Unit 18:Arrangement of views
  • Part Two: Mechanical Drafting Applications
  • Unit 19: Tolerances and allowances; Tolerancing methods
  • Unit 20: Inch Fits; Description of fits; Standard Inch fits
  • Unit 21: Metric fits
  • Unit 22: Surface Texture
  • Unit 23: Threaded fasteners; Threaded assemblies; Threaded holes; Inch thread designation; Right- and Left-handed threads; Metric threads; Metric threads designation
  • Unit 24: Pin fasteners; Section Through shafts, pins and keys
  • Unit 25: Keys; Dimensioning of keyways and keyseats; Set screws; Flats; Bosses and pads; Dimension origin symbol; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning without dimension lines; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning in tabular form
  • Unit 26: Welding drawings; Welding symbols; Fillet welds
  • Unit 27: Groove welds; Supplementary Symbols
  • Unit 28: Structural steel shapes; Phantom outlines; Conical Washer
  • Unit 29: Gears; Spur Gears
  • Unit 30: Bevel Gears
  • Unit 31: Gear trains
  • Unit 32: Cams; Types of cams
  • Unit 33: Ratchet Wheels
  • Unit 34: Bearings; Plain Bearings
  • Unit 35: Antifriction bearings; Retaining Rings; O-ring seals; Clutches; Belt drives
  • Unit 36: Manufacturing Materials; Cast Irons; Steel; SAE and AISI systems of steel Identification; Structural steel; Plastics; Rubber
  • Unit 37: Casting processes; Casting design; Core castings; Machining lugs; Surfaces coatings
  • Unit 38: Development drawings; Joints, seams, and edges; Sheet metal sizes; Straight line development; Stampings
  • Unit 39: Piping; Piping drawing symbols
  • Unit 40: Chain dimensioning; Base line (Datum) Dimensioning
  • Part Three: Modern Engineering Tolerancing
  • Unit 41: Modern Engineering Tolerancing; Geometric Tolerancint; Feature Control Frame; Form Tolerances; Straightness; Straightness Controlling Surface Elements
  • Unit 42: Straightness of a Feature of Size; Feature of Size Definitions; Material Condition Symbols; Maximum Material Conditions; Regardless of Feature Size; Least Material Condition; Straightness of a Feature of Size
  • Unit 43: Form Tolerances; Flatness; Circularity; Cylindricity
  • Unit 44: Datums and the Three-Plane Concept; Datums for Geometric Tolerancing; Three-Plan System; Uneven Surfaces; Datum Feature Symbol
  • Unit 45: Orientation Tolerances; Orientation Tolerancing for Flat Surfaces
  • Unit 46: Orientation Tolerancing for Features of Size; Internal Cylindrical Features; Perpendicularity; External Cylindrical Features
  • Unit 47: Datum Targets; Datum-Target Symbol
  • Unit 48: Tolerancing of Features by Position; Tolerancing Methods; Coordinating Tolerancing; Positional Tolerancing; Materian Condition Basis; Positional Tolerancing for Circular Features
  • Unit 49: Selection of Datum Features for Positional Tolerancing; Long Holes; Circular Datums; Multiple Hole Datums
  • Unit 50: Profile Tolerances; Profile of a Line; Surface Profile
  • Unit 51: Runout Tolerances; Circular Runout; Total Runout; Establishing Datums
  • Unit 52: D
  • Product Description
  • Interpreting Engineering Drawings is the only blueprint reading text designed to provide customized drawing interpretation courses for each and every student. The seventh Canadian edition builds on the success of the previous editions in preparing students for careers in today?s technology-intensive industries. Now, more than ever, people entering industry and those in industry who seek to upgrade their knowledge and skills require educational materials that reflect the current state of technology. This trend makes this up-to-date text a valuable asset for training personnel to participate and compete in today?s global marketplace.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
    • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
    • Part One: Basic Mechanical Drafting
    • Unit 1: Bases for interpreting drawings; Line styles and Lettering; Sketching
    • Unit 2: Lines used to describe the shape of a part; Title blocks and title strips; Drawing to scale
    • Unit 3: Circular features; Centre lines; Sketching circles and arcs
    • Unit 4: Working drawings; Arrangement of Views; Third-Angle Projections
    • Unit 5: Dimensioning
    • Unit 6: Inclined surfaces; Measurement of angles; Symmetrical outlines; Machine slots
    • Unit 7: Machining Symbols
    • Unit 8: Sectional Views
    • Unit 9: Chamfers; Undercuts; Tapers; Knurls
    • Unit 10: Selection of views; One-and two-view drawings; Multiple-detail drawings; Functional drafting
    • Unit 11: Alignment of parts and holes; Partial views; Naming of views for spark adjuster; Drill sizes
    • Unit 12: Broken out and partial sections; Webs in section; Ribs in section; Spokes in section
    • Unit 13: Revolved and removed sections
    • Unit 14: Assembly drawings; Subassembly drawings; Identifying parts of an assembly drawing; Bill of material (BOM); Helical spring
    • Unit 15: Oblique surfaces
    • Unit 16:Primary auxiliary views
    • Unit 17: Secondary auxiliary views
    • Unit 18:Arrangement of views
    • Part Two: Mechanical Drafting Applications
    • Unit 19: Tolerances and allowances; Tolerancing methods
    • Unit 20: Inch Fits; Description of fits; Standard Inch fits
    • Unit 21: Metric fits
    • Unit 22: Surface Texture
    • Unit 23: Threaded fasteners; Threaded assemblies; Threaded holes; Inch thread designation; Right- and Left-handed threads; Metric threads; Metric threads designation
    • Unit 24: Pin fasteners; Section Through shafts, pins and keys
    • Unit 25: Keys; Dimensioning of keyways and keyseats; Set screws; Flats; Bosses and pads; Dimension origin symbol; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning without dimension lines; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning in tabular form
    • Unit 26: Welding drawings; Welding symbols; Fillet welds
    • Unit 27: Groove welds; Supplementary Symbols
    • Unit 28: Structural steel shapes; Phantom outlines; Conical Washer
    • Unit 29: Gears; Spur Gears
    • Unit 30: Bevel Gears
    • Unit 31: Gear trains
    • Unit 32: Cams; Types of cams
    • Unit 33: Ratchet Wheels
    • Unit 34: Bearings; Plain Bearings
    • Unit 35: Antifriction bearings; Retaining Rings; O-ring seals; Clutches; Belt drives
    • Unit 36: Manufacturing Materials; Cast Irons; Steel; SAE and AISI systems of steel Identification; Structural steel; Plastics; Rubber
    • Unit 37: Casting processes; Casting design; Core castings; Machining lugs; Surfaces coatings
    • Unit 38: Development drawings; Joints, seams, and edges; Sheet metal sizes; Straight line development; Stampings
    • Unit 39: Piping; Piping drawing symbols
    • Unit 40: Chain dimensioning; Base line (Datum) Dimensioning
    • Part Three: Modern Engineering Tolerancing
    • Unit 41: Modern Engineering Tolerancing; Geometric Tolerancint; Feature Control Frame; Form Tolerances; Straightness; Straightness Controlling Surface Elements
    • Unit 42: Straightness of a Feature of Size; Feature of Size Definitions; Material Condition Symbols; Maximum Material Conditions; Regardless of Feature Size; Least Material Condition; Straightness of a Feature of Size
    • Unit 43: Form Tolerances; Flatness; Circularity; Cylindricity
    • Unit 44: Datums and the Three-Plane Concept; Datums for Geometric Tolerancing; Three-Plan System; Uneven Surfaces; Datum Feature Symbol
    • Unit 45: Orientation Tolerances; Orientation Tolerancing for Flat Surfaces
    • Unit 46: Orientation Tolerancing for Features of Size; Internal Cylindrical Features; Perpendicularity; External Cylindrical Features
    • Unit 47: Datum Targets; Datum-Target Symbol
    • Unit 48: Tolerancing of Features by Position; Tolerancing Methods; Coordinating Tolerancing; Positional Tolerancing; Materian Condition Basis; Positional Tolerancing for Circular Features
    • Unit 49: Selection of Datum Features for Positional Tolerancing; Long Holes; Circular Datums; Multiple Hole Datums
    • Unit 50: Profile Tolerances; Profile of a Line; Surface Profile
    • Unit 51: Runout Tolerances; Circular Runout; Total Runout; Establishing Datums
    • Unit 52: D
  • Features
  • Interpreting Engineering Drawings is the only blueprint reading text designed to provide customized drawing interpretation courses for each and every student. The seventh Canadian edition builds on the success of the previous editions in preparing students for careers in today?s technology-intensive industries. Now, more than ever, people entering industry and those in industry who seek to upgrade their knowledge and skills require educational materials that reflect the current state of technology. This trend makes this up-to-date text a valuable asset for training personnel to participate and compete in today?s global marketplace.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
    • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
    • Part One: Basic Mechanical Drafting
    • Unit 1: Bases for interpreting drawings; Line styles and Lettering; Sketching
    • Unit 2: Lines used to describe the shape of a part; Title blocks and title strips; Drawing to scale
    • Unit 3: Circular features; Centre lines; Sketching circles and arcs
    • Unit 4: Working drawings; Arrangement of Views; Third-Angle Projections
    • Unit 5: Dimensioning
    • Unit 6: Inclined surfaces; Measurement of angles; Symmetrical outlines; Machine slots
    • Unit 7: Machining Symbols
    • Unit 8: Sectional Views
    • Unit 9: Chamfers; Undercuts; Tapers; Knurls
    • Unit 10: Selection of views; One-and two-view drawings; Multiple-detail drawings; Functional drafting
    • Unit 11: Alignment of parts and holes; Partial views; Naming of views for spark adjuster; Drill sizes
    • Unit 12: Broken out and partial sections; Webs in section; Ribs in section; Spokes in section
    • Unit 13: Revolved and removed sections
    • Unit 14: Assembly drawings; Subassembly drawings; Identifying parts of an assembly drawing; Bill of material (BOM); Helical spring
    • Unit 15: Oblique surfaces
    • Unit 16:Primary auxiliary views
    • Unit 17: Secondary auxiliary views
    • Unit 18:Arrangement of views
    • Part Two: Mechanical Drafting Applications
    • Unit 19: Tolerances and allowances; Tolerancing methods
    • Unit 20: Inch Fits; Description of fits; Standard Inch fits
    • Unit 21: Metric fits
    • Unit 22: Surface Texture
    • Unit 23: Threaded fasteners; Threaded assemblies; Threaded holes; Inch thread designation; Right- and Left-handed threads; Metric threads; Metric threads designation
    • Unit 24: Pin fasteners; Section Through shafts, pins and keys
    • Unit 25: Keys; Dimensioning of keyways and keyseats; Set screws; Flats; Bosses and pads; Dimension origin symbol; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning without dimension lines; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning in tabular form
    • Unit 26: Welding drawings; Welding symbols; Fillet welds
    • Unit 27: Groove welds; Supplementary Symbols
    • Unit 28: Structural steel shapes; Phantom outlines; Conical Washer
    • Unit 29: Gears; Spur Gears
    • Unit 30: Bevel Gears
    • Unit 31: Gear trains
    • Unit 32: Cams; Types of cams
    • Unit 33: Ratchet Wheels
    • Unit 34: Bearings; Plain Bearings
    • Unit 35: Antifriction bearings; Retaining Rings; O-ring seals; Clutches; Belt drives
    • Unit 36: Manufacturing Materials; Cast Irons; Steel; SAE and AISI systems of steel Identification; Structural steel; Plastics; Rubber
    • Unit 37: Casting processes; Casting design; Core castings; Machining lugs; Surfaces coatings
    • Unit 38: Development drawings; Joints, seams, and edges; Sheet metal sizes; Straight line development; Stampings
    • Unit 39: Piping; Piping drawing symbols
    • Unit 40: Chain dimensioning; Base line (Datum) Dimensioning
    • Part Three: Modern Engineering Tolerancing
    • Unit 41: Modern Engineering Tolerancing; Geometric Tolerancint; Feature Control Frame; Form Tolerances; Straightness; Straightness Controlling Surface Elements
    • Unit 42: Straightness of a Feature of Size; Feature of Size Definitions; Material Condition Symbols; Maximum Material Conditions; Regardless of Feature Size; Least Material Condition; Straightness of a Feature of Size
    • Unit 43: Form Tolerances; Flatness; Circularity; Cylindricity
    • Unit 44: Datums and the Three-Plane Concept; Datums for Geometric Tolerancing; Three-Plan System; Uneven Surfaces; Datum Feature Symbol
    • Unit 45: Orientation Tolerances; Orientation Tolerancing for Flat Surfaces
    • Unit 46: Orientation Tolerancing for Features of Size; Internal Cylindrical Features; Perpendicularity; External Cylindrical Features
    • Unit 47: Datum Targets; Datum-Target Symbol
    • Unit 48: Tolerancing of Features by Position; Tolerancing Methods; Coordinating Tolerancing; Positional Tolerancing; Materian Condition Basis; Positional Tolerancing for Circular Features
    • Unit 49: Selection of Datum Features for Positional Tolerancing; Long Holes; Circular Datums; Multiple Hole Datums
    • Unit 50: Profile Tolerances; Profile of a Line; Surface Profile
    • Unit 51: Runout Tolerances; Circular Runout; Total Runout; Establishing Datums
    • Unit 52: D
  • About the Author
  • Interpreting Engineering Drawings is the only blueprint reading text designed to provide customized drawing interpretation courses for each and every student. The seventh Canadian edition builds on the success of the previous editions in preparing students for careers in today?s technology-intensive industries. Now, more than ever, people entering industry and those in industry who seek to upgrade their knowledge and skills require educational materials that reflect the current state of technology. This trend makes this up-to-date text a valuable asset for training personnel to participate and compete in today?s global marketplace.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
    • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
    • Part One: Basic Mechanical Drafting
    • Unit 1: Bases for interpreting drawings; Line styles and Lettering; Sketching
    • Unit 2: Lines used to describe the shape of a part; Title blocks and title strips; Drawing to scale
    • Unit 3: Circular features; Centre lines; Sketching circles and arcs
    • Unit 4: Working drawings; Arrangement of Views; Third-Angle Projections
    • Unit 5: Dimensioning
    • Unit 6: Inclined surfaces; Measurement of angles; Symmetrical outlines; Machine slots
    • Unit 7: Machining Symbols
    • Unit 8: Sectional Views
    • Unit 9: Chamfers; Undercuts; Tapers; Knurls
    • Unit 10: Selection of views; One-and two-view drawings; Multiple-detail drawings; Functional drafting
    • Unit 11: Alignment of parts and holes; Partial views; Naming of views for spark adjuster; Drill sizes
    • Unit 12: Broken out and partial sections; Webs in section; Ribs in section; Spokes in section
    • Unit 13: Revolved and removed sections
    • Unit 14: Assembly drawings; Subassembly drawings; Identifying parts of an assembly drawing; Bill of material (BOM); Helical spring
    • Unit 15: Oblique surfaces
    • Unit 16:Primary auxiliary views
    • Unit 17: Secondary auxiliary views
    • Unit 18:Arrangement of views
    • Part Two: Mechanical Drafting Applications
    • Unit 19: Tolerances and allowances; Tolerancing methods
    • Unit 20: Inch Fits; Description of fits; Standard Inch fits
    • Unit 21: Metric fits
    • Unit 22: Surface Texture
    • Unit 23: Threaded fasteners; Threaded assemblies; Threaded holes; Inch thread designation; Right- and Left-handed threads; Metric threads; Metric threads designation
    • Unit 24: Pin fasteners; Section Through shafts, pins and keys
    • Unit 25: Keys; Dimensioning of keyways and keyseats; Set screws; Flats; Bosses and pads; Dimension origin symbol; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning without dimension lines; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning in tabular form
    • Unit 26: Welding drawings; Welding symbols; Fillet welds
    • Unit 27: Groove welds; Supplementary Symbols
    • Unit 28: Structural steel shapes; Phantom outlines; Conical Washer
    • Unit 29: Gears; Spur Gears
    • Unit 30: Bevel Gears
    • Unit 31: Gear trains
    • Unit 32: Cams; Types of cams
    • Unit 33: Ratchet Wheels
    • Unit 34: Bearings; Plain Bearings
    • Unit 35: Antifriction bearings; Retaining Rings; O-ring seals; Clutches; Belt drives
    • Unit 36: Manufacturing Materials; Cast Irons; Steel; SAE and AISI systems of steel Identification; Structural steel; Plastics; Rubber
    • Unit 37: Casting processes; Casting design; Core castings; Machining lugs; Surfaces coatings
    • Unit 38: Development drawings; Joints, seams, and edges; Sheet metal sizes; Straight line development; Stampings
    • Unit 39: Piping; Piping drawing symbols
    • Unit 40: Chain dimensioning; Base line (Datum) Dimensioning
    • Part Three: Modern Engineering Tolerancing
    • Unit 41: Modern Engineering Tolerancing; Geometric Tolerancint; Feature Control Frame; Form Tolerances; Straightness; Straightness Controlling Surface Elements
    • Unit 42: Straightness of a Feature of Size; Feature of Size Definitions; Material Condition Symbols; Maximum Material Conditions; Regardless of Feature Size; Least Material Condition; Straightness of a Feature of Size
    • Unit 43: Form Tolerances; Flatness; Circularity; Cylindricity
    • Unit 44: Datums and the Three-Plane Concept; Datums for Geometric Tolerancing; Three-Plan System; Uneven Surfaces; Datum Feature Symbol
    • Unit 45: Orientation Tolerances; Orientation Tolerancing for Flat Surfaces
    • Unit 46: Orientation Tolerancing for Features of Size; Internal Cylindrical Features; Perpendicularity; External Cylindrical Features
    • Unit 47: Datum Targets; Datum-Target Symbol
    • Unit 48: Tolerancing of Features by Position; Tolerancing Methods; Coordinating Tolerancing; Positional Tolerancing; Materian Condition Basis; Positional Tolerancing for Circular Features
    • Unit 49: Selection of Datum Features for Positional Tolerancing; Long Holes; Circular Datums; Multiple Hole Datums
    • Unit 50: Profile Tolerances; Profile of a Line; Surface Profile
    • Unit 51: Runout Tolerances; Circular Runout; Total Runout; Establishing Datums
    • Unit 52: D
  • Table of Contents
  • Interpreting Engineering Drawings is the only blueprint reading text designed to provide customized drawing interpretation courses for each and every student. The seventh Canadian edition builds on the success of the previous editions in preparing students for careers in today?s technology-intensive industries. Now, more than ever, people entering industry and those in industry who seek to upgrade their knowledge and skills require educational materials that reflect the current state of technology. This trend makes this up-to-date text a valuable asset for training personnel to participate and compete in today?s global marketplace.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • The first chapters cover the core concepts of blueprint reading from orthographic views to section views. The second and third sections include topics of different fields of mechanical drafting such as structural steel, welding, piping, and GDT.
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Numerous examples and illustrations are provided to show the applications of each concept that is described
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Colour is used extensively in the text to draw attention to important concepts.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Tables are provided to summarize useful data for future reference.
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Many assignment drawings contain questions that require the student to follow a logical thought process to arrive at the answer
    • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
    • Instructor Resources are available in one convenient location online and include: Enriched Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, Computerized Test Bank, PowerPoint® Lecture Slides, and Image Bank.
    • Part One: Basic Mechanical Drafting
    • Unit 1: Bases for interpreting drawings; Line styles and Lettering; Sketching
    • Unit 2: Lines used to describe the shape of a part; Title blocks and title strips; Drawing to scale
    • Unit 3: Circular features; Centre lines; Sketching circles and arcs
    • Unit 4: Working drawings; Arrangement of Views; Third-Angle Projections
    • Unit 5: Dimensioning
    • Unit 6: Inclined surfaces; Measurement of angles; Symmetrical outlines; Machine slots
    • Unit 7: Machining Symbols
    • Unit 8: Sectional Views
    • Unit 9: Chamfers; Undercuts; Tapers; Knurls
    • Unit 10: Selection of views; One-and two-view drawings; Multiple-detail drawings; Functional drafting
    • Unit 11: Alignment of parts and holes; Partial views; Naming of views for spark adjuster; Drill sizes
    • Unit 12: Broken out and partial sections; Webs in section; Ribs in section; Spokes in section
    • Unit 13: Revolved and removed sections
    • Unit 14: Assembly drawings; Subassembly drawings; Identifying parts of an assembly drawing; Bill of material (BOM); Helical spring
    • Unit 15: Oblique surfaces
    • Unit 16:Primary auxiliary views
    • Unit 17: Secondary auxiliary views
    • Unit 18:Arrangement of views
    • Part Two: Mechanical Drafting Applications
    • Unit 19: Tolerances and allowances; Tolerancing methods
    • Unit 20: Inch Fits; Description of fits; Standard Inch fits
    • Unit 21: Metric fits
    • Unit 22: Surface Texture
    • Unit 23: Threaded fasteners; Threaded assemblies; Threaded holes; Inch thread designation; Right- and Left-handed threads; Metric threads; Metric threads designation
    • Unit 24: Pin fasteners; Section Through shafts, pins and keys
    • Unit 25: Keys; Dimensioning of keyways and keyseats; Set screws; Flats; Bosses and pads; Dimension origin symbol; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning without dimension lines; Rectangular Coordinate dimensioning in tabular form
    • Unit 26: Welding drawings; Welding symbols; Fillet welds
    • Unit 27: Groove welds; Supplementary Symbols
    • Unit 28: Structural steel shapes; Phantom outlines; Conical Washer
    • Unit 29: Gears; Spur Gears
    • Unit 30: Bevel Gears
    • Unit 31: Gear trains
    • Unit 32: Cams; Types of cams
    • Unit 33: Ratchet Wheels
    • Unit 34: Bearings; Plain Bearings
    • Unit 35: Antifriction bearings; Retaining Rings; O-ring seals; Clutches; Belt drives
    • Unit 36: Manufacturing Materials; Cast Irons; Steel; SAE and AISI systems of steel Identification; Structural steel; Plastics; Rubber
    • Unit 37: Casting processes; Casting design; Core castings; Machining lugs; Surfaces coatings
    • Unit 38: Development drawings; Joints, seams, and edges; Sheet metal sizes; Straight line development; Stampings
    • Unit 39: Piping; Piping drawing symbols
    • Unit 40: Chain dimensioning; Base line (Datum) Dimensioning
    • Part Three: Modern Engineering Tolerancing
    • Unit 41: Modern Engineering Tolerancing; Geometric Tolerancint; Feature Control Frame; Form Tolerances; Straightness; Straightness Controlling Surface Elements
    • Unit 42: Straightness of a Feature of Size; Feature of Size Definitions; Material Condition Symbols; Maximum Material Conditions; Regardless of Feature Size; Least Material Condition; Straightness of a Feature of Size
    • Unit 43: Form Tolerances; Flatness; Circularity; Cylindricity
    • Unit 44: Datums and the Three-Plane Concept; Datums for Geometric Tolerancing; Three-Plan System; Uneven Surfaces; Datum Feature Symbol
    • Unit 45: Orientation Tolerances; Orientation Tolerancing for Flat Surfaces
    • Unit 46: Orientation Tolerancing for Features of Size; Internal Cylindrical Features; Perpendicularity; External Cylindrical Features
    • Unit 47: Datum Targets; Datum-Target Symbol
    • Unit 48: Tolerancing of Features by Position; Tolerancing Methods; Coordinating Tolerancing; Positional Tolerancing; Materian Condition Basis; Positional Tolerancing for Circular Features
    • Unit 49: Selection of Datum Features for Positional Tolerancing; Long Holes; Circular Datums; Multiple Hole Datums
    • Unit 50: Profile Tolerances; Profile of a Line; Surface Profile
    • Unit 51: Runout Tolerances; Circular Runout; Total Runout; Establishing Datums
    • Unit 52: D
 
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