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Certified Drafting Exam

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1. A dashed medium-weight line used to identify features that cannot be seen in a given view.

2. A three-sided geometric figure.

3. A drawing that uses more than one orthographic view to depict a single object.

4. A six-sided figure with each side forming a 60

5. A curved surface connecting two surfaces which form an angle.

6. Parameters that control the size location and position of model elements including sketches and features.

7. American Society of Mechanical Engineers

8. The distance from any point on a circle to the circles center.

9. 1:2

10. To draw without the aid of drafting instruments.

11. Subordinate nodes that create are associated with or are consumed by the parent node item.

12. Counter space requirements on either side of sink

13. A CADD drawing aid formed by a network of uniformly spaced points or lines on the screen.

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

15. A fine line composed of long and short dashes with spaces in between used to indicate the center of a symmetrical object.

16. Lines added to the spline to help illustrate and analyze the spline curvature.

17. A figure or character used in place of a word.

18. A skecth that is fully closed and does not contain any gaps or openings.

19. A shape usually circular that is connected to an assembly component by a leader. It contains an identification number or letter that refers to an item in the parts list.

20. Simple method of drawing threads on an orthographic drawing

21. 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

22. The ratio of the size of the object as drwan to the object's actual size.

23. Actual size of framing member

24. A figure having equal length sides.

25. A constraint that forces two points to share the same location.

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

27. User coordinate system - Used in the construction of 3D solids in AutoCAD

28. Arc Part of two circles that touch.

29. The individual parts and subassemblies used to create an assembly.

30. An eight-sided figure with each side forming a 45

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

32. Title Identifies the project.

33. Angled planar faces added to lines or curves.

34. A feature part or assembly stored in a catalog that can be inserted into a part model as a feature.

35. Formed using a brake die mandrel roller or similar tools.

36. A light line of long dashes separated by two short dashes.

37. The initial model feature on which all others are based.

38. Relief typically added to a sheet metal part to relieve stress or the tear that occurs when a portion of a piece of material is bent.

39. The positions or locations of points on the X Y and Z planes.

40. A 2D representation of an assembly.

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

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

43. Heavy line used to outline visible edges of an object.

44. A line that normally runs between two extension lines has arrows or ticks at its ends and has a value at its center.

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

46. The standard that is currently in use in a model or drawing file.

47. A geometric figure with a uniform circular cross-section through its entire length.

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

49. To draw around.

50. Establishing assembly constraints including mate flush tangent and insert constraints by dragging one component to another component.