Interpreting Drawings, Specifications and Data
Part of the Macmillan Motor Vehicle Craft Studies Series book series (MMVES)
Engineering drawing is a means of communication. It is a simpler, more accurate and less ambiguous form of communication than the spoken or written word. By ‘reading’ and understanding a drawing, the engineer can determine:
the shape and dimensions of a component
the constructional features, layout and location of components.
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© R. Brooks, J. Hirst and J. Whipp 1989