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3 types of assembly drawings
Detailed
section
general
When are auxillary views used in a working drawing
When the object has an inclined surface that needs to be shown at its true size and shape
purpose for: 125 microinches,
16 microinches, 8 microinches
-mating surfaces of parts held together by bolts and rivets with no motion between them
-used where smothness is of primary importance
-used for such parts as surfaces of cylinders
What views are typically used to describe simple cylindrical parts?
side view and end view
What views are typically used to depict simple flat objects like gaskets and plates?
top view
What tool do you use when dimensioning an angled surface in an auxiliary view?
true
What are the two units of measure typically used to indicate surface roughness
Microiches
Micrometers