CE En 112 Engineering Drawing with CAD Application Chapter 1: Introduction to Graphics Communication Lecture Outline Introduction (1.1 – 1.5, 1.7) What will you learn? (1.9) Drawing tools (1.8) Media (1.8.2) Alphabet of lines (1.6) Scales (1.8.3 – 1.8.5) Next class
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Graphics Communication
Section numbers shown here apply to Chapter 1 of Textbook (B) from Bertoline-Wiebe-Miller “Fundamentals of Graphics Communication, 3/e)
Breakdown of Engineer’s time
Who uses engineering graphics?
All aspects include graphics communication
An evolving design process:
The CAD database becomes a communication medium.
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Artistic drawing vs. Technical drawing
What’s the difference?
Multiview vs. Isometric
Cavalier vs. Cabinet oblique
Perspective vs. Oblique
Drawing Conventions: commonly accepted practices, rules, or methods (e.g., dashed line for hidden feature)
Standards: set of rules that govern how technical drawings are represented (e.g., ANSI standards)
The use of drafting tools
Remember that Accuracy, Neatness, and Speed count in technical drawing
ACAD ISO series lines are very large.
For this class, use standard line types starting from BORDER to PHANTOM lines.
Refer to the Chapter 1 Supplement for other types of scales.