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Certified Drafting Exam

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1. A dimension used to define an object or feature that is not vertical or horizontal.

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

3. A surface formed by patching the space within a selected closed region.

4. The heaviest line used in drafting acts as a "frame" for the drawing.

5. A dimension used to define the angle between two lines.

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

7. The center of model mass where balance occurs.

8. Occurences of features copied and positioned a specified distance apart around an axis.

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

10. A dimensioning method that provides coordinates from established datums that are usually located at the corner of the part or the axis of a feature.

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

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

13. A drawing of an object as it appears to the eye.

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

15. Used up in the creation of a model or feature.

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

17. Fillets and rounds that have a curve radius that does not change.

18. To draw without the aid of drafting instruments.

19. To draw one figure within another figure.

20. The inside radius of a formed feature.

21. A secondary menu that contains options related to the chosen menu item.

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

23. Each part is approximately the right size in relation .to the other parts of the drawing.

24. The pivot point around which the selected geometry is copied.

25. To draw around.

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

27. A rectangle or polygon near the edge of the drawing sheet that defines the usable drawing area of the drawing sheet. Borders may also include zone numbers and center marks.

28. Exact drawing representation of a given thread type

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

30. To divide into two parts of equal size or length.

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

32. The figure formed by two lines coming together.

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

34. Lines on an isometric drawing that are parallel to the isometric axes.

35. Menu in which only items associated with the current work environment and application are available.

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

37. A dimensioning method in which the size and location of features are given in reference to a datum.

38. The overall working environment within which secondary environments exist.

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

40. A spiral or helix feature used primarily to create springs detailed threads and similar items.

41. A circular curve in which all of the points are an equal distance from the center point.

42. A line that defines an axis of symmetry or the center of a circular feature.

43. Used in architecture to show exterior views of buildings

44. The distance from one side of a circle to the other running directly through the circle's center

45. Initials of the person who drafted the drawing.

46. 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

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

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

49. Contains: Company logo Sheet title Date Drawn Drawing number Scale Revision block.

50. Used to represent visible lines on a drawing