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CAD And Drafting

Subject : it-skills
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1. Counter space requirements on either side of sink

2. To cut internal threads.

3. An orthographic drawing of multiple parts that shows relationship of parts to each other in a mechanism

4. A straight line from the center to the circumference of a circle or sphere.

5. Used in AutoCAD to show various materials in sectional drawings

6. Pictorial drawing of mechanism to show how parts interrelated to each other

7. Used by architect to design buildings to the client's wants and needs

8. Vertical cut through house - used to show construction components of building

9. A two dimensional drawing of the front - top - and side views of an object

10. The amount of space occupied by a substance or object or enclosed within a container.

11. To draw a figure inside another touching it at points but not cutting it.

12. Actual size of framing member

13. Exact drawing representation of a given thread type

14. The amount of matter an object contains.

15. Used to represent visible lines on a drawing

16. Used in architecture to show exterior views of buildings

17. Turning around an axis or center point.

18. A document that show the quantity of each type of direct material required to make a product

19. A small angled surface formed between two surfaces.

20. Horizontal section through building - shows width and depth of building

21. A cylindrical recess around a hole - usually to receive a bolt head or nut

22. Used in perspectives for determining the direction of the depth lines

23. Constant - non-numerical relationships between the parts of a geometric figure. Examples include parallel - perpendicular - and concentric.

24. Used to define specific size requirements of openings in the building

25. Amount of money that clients have to spend on cost of building

26. Nominal size of a framing member

27. A straight line passing from side to side through the center of a circle or sphere.

28. Mass divided by volume.

29. Three dimensional drawing that depth lines disappear to a vanishing point. Used mainly in architectural presentations

30. A line used to represent the middle of a circle in engineering drawings

31. User coordinate system - used in the construction of 3D solids in AutoCAD

32. Three dimensional drawing made up of equal angles of 120 degrees - most common 3-D drawing used in industry

33. For a three-dimensional object - a line that cannot be seen because view of it is obstructed by part of the object or of another object

34. Gradual diminution of width or thickness in an elongated object.

35. An estimated cost used by architects to begin schematic design process

36. A manufacturing process that forces material through a shaped opening.

37. A quadrilateral whose opposite sides are both parallel and equal in length

38. A conical-shaped recess around a hole - often used to receive a tapered screw.

39. Used to make lines of varying colors and widths on CAD drawings

40. To draw a figure around another touching it at points but not cutting it.

41. A regular oval shape traced by a point moving in a plane so that the sum of its distances from two other points is constant.

42. A drawing that shows an object as it appears to the human eye - includes isometric and perspective drawings

43. Simple method of drawing threads on an orthographic drawing

44. To flip a shape over a line of symmetry and double the image.

45. The sum of all the areas of all surfaces of a solid.

46. Three dimensional drawing where the front faces forward - and the depth dimensions go back at angles - usually 15 - 30 - or 45 degrees. Used when most information on drawing is on the front of the object.