Engineering DrawingP.D.Kahanadge Learning content,
Introduction to Manufacturing Drawing
Lettering and Dimensioning
Conics (Parabola, Ellipse and Hyperbola)
Loci (Cycloids, Trochoids, Spirals, Involutes, Helices)
Lines and Planes (True lengths, Inclinations, Traces, Intersections)
Auxiliary projection methods and Method of revolution
Surfaces and Solids
Interpretation of Manufacturing Drawings
Limits, Fits and Tolerances
Surface Roughness and Machining Allowances
Common methods of fastening
Orthographic views of assembled machine components
Drawing orthographic views from given exploded views
Components given scattered to draw orthographic views of assembly with part list.
Further examples in assembly drawings of machine components
Introduction to computer aided drafting
In this modern society, an engineer plays a vital role and he thinks of engineering solutions for problems in his mind and conveys them to others through the language of systematic lines.
This language of systematic lines is called engineering drawing.
Therefore, an engineer must have knowledge of this language to project his ideas correctly on the paper and then execute the job efficiently and effectively with the help of this drawing.