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Unit 13: Dimensioning a Drawing Overview

138 Unit 13: Dimensioning a Drawing Overview Dimensioning has a unique feel in each of the various disciplines that utilize AutoCAD. In this unit, dimensioning as it relates to architectural drafting will be discussed.

Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Section 6, Drafting Manual

GENIUM PUBLISHING Section 6.1 Page 1 February 1997* DRAFTING MANUAL Dimensioning and Tolerancing Symbols Update 56 * Supersedes issue of September 1995 2.1 Diameter - A diameter symbol is placed in front of any dimension value that is a diameter.

Unit 13: Dimensioning a Drawing

1 Unit 13: Dimensioning a Drawing Overview Dimensioning has a unique feel in each of the various disciplines that utilize AutoCAD. In this unit, dimensioning as it relates to mechanical drafting will be discussed.

Principles of Dimensioning

Principles of Dimensioning . RULES for the use of the dimension form. 1. All dimension, extension, and leader lines should be thin, sharp, dark lines (.5mm/2H).

Dimensioning Rules

Dimensioning Rules 1. Each dimension should be given clearly so that it can be interpreted in only one way. 2. Dimensions should not be duplicated or the same information given in two different ways dual dimensioning excluded and no dimensions should be given except those needed to produce or ...

Dimensioning

Conventional Breaks  These are used to shorten very long objects that have the same cross section throughout or a uniform taper.  Cylindrical object are "broken" with a "S" shape  Rectangular and other non-cylindrical object are "broken" with a jagged heavy weight irregular line, (.6mm ...

Dimensioning

4 Basics of Dimensioning Dimensions of width, height and depth are shown in the front, right side and top views. The location and size of all features such as, holes, slots etc. must be shown in the proper view.

A location dimension locates holes or other part features. A ...

Dimensioning: is the process of defining the size, form and location of geometric features and components on an engineering drawing. Two general types of dimensions are used in drawings, size dimensions such as the size of holes and size of features such as widths and thickness, and location ...

Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Dimensioning  Before an object can be built, complete information about both the size and shape of the object must be available. The exact shape of an object is communicated through orthographic drawings, which are developed following standard drawing practices.

Therefore the "automatic dimensioning" provided by ...

VOL. V - PART 2 DATE: 01Feb2005 SHEET 1 of 12 GENERAL DRAFTING PROCEDURES DIMENSIONING GENERAL FILE NO. 01.08-1 General: This section specifies the guidelines for the lines, text and arrowheads associated with dimensioning.