Print Reading for Industry

Print Reading for Industry

Print Reading for Industry

By Walter C. Brown and Ryan K. Brown

Description

Print Reading for Industry is a combination text and write-in workbook designed to assist students in reading and understanding industrial prints. This text starts with the basics of print reading and progresses to advanced topics. It presents a thorough discussion of print reading techniques, providing the necessary information and guidance to read the “language of industry.” Print Reading for Industry includes authentic industrial prints for hands-on learning. Bonus print reading exercises related to the oversized prints in the Large Prints Packet provide additional real-life print reading experiences.

Table of Contents
Introduction to Drafting and Print Reading Procedures
1. Prints: The Language of Industry
2. Line Conventions and Lettering
3. Title Blocks and Part Lists
Fundamentals of Shape Description
4. Geometric Terms and Construction
5. Multiview Drawings
6. Section Views
7. Auxiliary Views
8. Screw Thread Representation
Fundamentals of Size Description and Annotations
9. Dimensioning
10. Tolerancing
11. Machining Specifications and Drawing Notes
12. Surface Texture Symbols
13. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
14. Drawing Revision Systems
Industrial Drawing Types
15. Detail Drawings
16. Assembly Drawings
Specialized Parts and Prints
17. Spring and Fasteners in Industrial Prints
18. Gears, Splines, and Serrations
19. Cam Diagrams and Prints
20. Plastic Parts
21. Precision Sheet Metal Parts
22. Welding Prints
23. Instruction and Control Drawings

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