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What is meant by Tolerance on an aircraft drawing

The allowable plus or minus variation from the dimension given on the drawing

What is meant by clearance on an aircraft drawing

The amount of space, or separation, that is allowed between two components or parts

What information is given in the title block of an aircraft drawing

The name and address of the company who made the part,

the name of the part,

the scale of the drawing,

the name of the draftsman,

the name of the engineer approving the part in the number of the part

How are Dimensions shown on aircraft drawing

By numbers shown in the break of a dimension line

How can you know that the aircraft drawing you are using is the most current version of the drawing

By the number in the revision block and by the log of the most recent drawings

How many views can there be in a orthographic projection


How many views are used to show most objects in an aircraft drawing


What is the purpose of a center line on an aircraft drawing

This is the line that shows the center of the object in the drawing

What is a fuselage station number

The distance in inches from the datum, measured along the longitudinal axis of the fuselage

Where is the title block normally located in aircraft drawing

In the lower right-hand corner of the drawing

What is the purpose of a cutting plane on an aircraft drawing

It shows where an object has been cut to allow an auxiliary drawing to be made. The arrows on a cutting plane show the directions exility drawings is viewed

How is the alternate position of a part shown on an aircraft drawing

By a thin line made up of a series of long dashes separated by two short dashes