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Certified Drafting Exam

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1. Used in architecture to show exterior views of buildings

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

3. A figure having equal length sides.

4. Actual size of framing member

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

6. Angled planar faces added to lines or curves.

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

8. Lines that are not parallel to the axes.

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

10. The intersection point of the X Y and Z axes in 3D space or 0 0 0.

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

12. The center of model mass where balance occurs.

13. A line connecting opposite corners of a figure.

14. A panel that displays all the items in the current model or drawing.

15. Horizontal section through building shows width and depth of building

16. A 2D representation of an assembly.

17. Having a common center.

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

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

20. Initials of the person who drafted the drawing.

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

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

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

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

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

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

27. Title Identifies the project.

28. Information on the revisions including (at minimum) the date and initials of the person making the revision.

29. A line at right angles to a given line.

30. 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.

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

32. Heavy dashed line used to show section views.

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

34. 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.

35. Describes a polygon in which the flats are tangent to an imaginary circle; circumscribed polygons are measured across the polygon flats.

36. Exact drawing representation of a given thread type

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

38. To draw without the aid of drafting instruments.

39. A three-sided geometric figure.

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

41. The part of the computer that processes input information.

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

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

44. A view used to show the true size and shape of an inclined surface that is not parallel to any of the projected views including the front top bottom left-side right-side and back views.

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

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

47. Restrictions applied to sketches to define sketch geometry in reference to other sketch geometry.

48. An arrangement of copies of a feature around an imaginary cirlce a designated number of times and at a specified distance apart.

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

50. Geometry used for construction purposes only. Inventor cannot use construction geometry to build sketched features.