By Rod Black
An undergraduate textbook designed for classes regarding layout and manufacture. half 1 covers the fundamentals of layout (process, specification, drawing, BS4500, ordinary parts, bolts, gears, belts and so forth) and of producing methods (cutting, casting, bulk deformation, sheet steel, powder forming, becoming a member of, floor therapy, quality controls etc). half 2 indicates how those basics may be built-in by way of linking layout and production judgements, contemplating impacts of volume, fabrics, ergonomics, aesthetics and so forth and discussing the organisational details flows and controls required for a ecocnomic product. Examples drawn from are integrated as acceptable.
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15 '' '' '' '' c View C '' Direction of '' '' '' 1 new vtew '' '' '' '' '' '' ' ',6 '' ' ,? 7 Types of drawings Detail drawings In general, each engineering item that is to be manufactured will need a separate drawing. 16). g. painting). 2 X Details of these will be described in later chapters. In some cases, more than one drawing of a component is needed. For example, an item produced from a casting will have a casting drawing showing the essential details of the 'as cast item'. A separate machining drawing will also be needed, dimensioning only those details requiring machining.
Section AA. These drawings have been produced using first angle projection. Note the use of the appropriate symbol. Also note that the axis of the hole has been identified in each view with a thin chained line. This is normal practice on engineering drawings. Hatching: Hatching is used to indicate those parts of a component cut by a sectioning plane. The hatching lines are normally thin continuous lines drawn at 45° with equal spacing to suit the drawing scale, preferably more than 4mm apart. A single component should have common hatching, but adjacent components must have different hatching patterns.
The designer needs to consider how its value is affected when selecting the other dimensions and their tolerances. 8). The limits of each dimension are represented by subscripts, I being the maximum and 2 being the minimum values. One dimension cannot be specified directly: the dependent dimension. In this case we will choose e as the dependent dimension. Its value can be calculated from the other dimensions as follows: e=a+b+c+d-f-g-h The maximum and minimum values are therefore given by: e1 = a, + b, + c, + d, - fz - g2 - h2 e2 = a2 + b2 + c2 + d2 - ft - g, - h, Subtract one from the other e, - e2 = a, - a2 + b, - b2 + Ct - c2+ dt - d2 + Ct - C2 +ft - fz+ g,- g2 + h,- h2 Now examine the result: (e, - e2) is the tolerance on e (at - a2) is the tolerance on a (bt - b2) is the tolerance on b etc.