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From the construction of the Pyramids in Egypt to the roads and aqueducts of Rome, Designers have been planning, modeling and supervising the construction of projects since the earliest days of civilization. In the late 19th century, orthographic drawings started to replace the more artistic representation of structures such as field fortifications and bridges, so a crew of specialized workers could complete a project by reading top, front and side views of hand drawn prints. By the late 20th century, the designer can use the power of Computer Aided Design (CAD) software to continue with the pursuit of design, by making 3D models of the creation, and outputting the necessary information for production.

The World Class CAD - The Language of Drawing introduces the rules that we follow and the techniques used in communicating to fellow professionals and to the workers building and maintaining our designs.


Appendix A Practice Problems
Ch. 3: Dimensioning
Appendix B Practice Problems
Ch. 4: Sectional Views
Appendix C Practice Problems
Ch. 5: Revolved Sections
Appendix D Practice Problems
Ch. 6: Auxillary Views
Appendix E Practice Problems
Ch. 7: Isometric Drawings
Appendix F Practice Problems
Ch. 8: Metric Drawings
Appendix G Practice Problems
Ch. 9: Assembly Drawings
Appendix H Practice Problems

Red Wagon Assembly Videos

Ch. 10: What's Next
Instructor Support
New Scoring Spreadsheet
Reference Material
Fraction to Decimal Conversion Chart
1/8 inch square sketch paper
1/4 inch square sketch paper
Fraction Quiz 1 (printable)
Fraction Quiz 2 (printable)
Fraction Quiz 3 (printable)

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