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Certified Drafting Exam

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  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. To draw without the aid of drafting instruments.






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






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






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






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






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






7. Initials of the person who drafted the drawing.






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






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






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






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






12. Piece of tracing paper that is placed on top of a sketch or drawing.






13. A figure having equal length sides.






14. Code numbers assigned to a project.






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






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






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






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






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






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






21. A three-sided geometric figure.






22. Used in architecture to show exterior views of buildings






23. Method of projection showing a three-dimensional object in two dimensions by displaying various views.






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






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






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






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






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






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






30. A closed curve in the form of a symmetrical oval.






31. Angled planar faces added to lines or curves.






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






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






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






35. Nominal size of a framing member






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






37. Arc Part of two circles that touch.






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






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






40. 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.






41. To draw one figure within another figure.






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






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






44. The figure formed by two lines coming together.






45. A grouping of one or more design components.






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






47. Heavy dashed line used to show section views.






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






49. 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.






50. Having a common center.