## Mechanical Drawing: First[-second] Year, Volume 1Bruce Publishing Company, 1922 - Mechanical drawing |

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45 degrees auxiliary view axis bisect border lines center draw center line circumference compass CONIC SECTIONS crate cross sections curves diameter divide Draw Front View Draw Side View draw the arc Draw three views drawing board DRAWING PLATE DRILL Drow edges ellipse end views equally distant FILLETS FINDING TRUE LENGTHS foreshortened FREEHAND SKETCHING front and end given angle given circle given line guide lines HEXAGONAL PRISM hexagonal pyramid hole Horizontal Hot Pressed inking instructor ISOMETRIC DRAWING ISOMETRIC VIEW Letter all corners MECHANICAL DRAWING method Notice number of degrees oblique OCTAGONAL PRISM paper parallel pencil perpendicular planes PRISM AND SECTION PRISM WITH DEVELOPMENT PROB problems for Plate pupil radius draw RECTANGULAR PRISM right angle SCALE FULL sect shape shown Slant Gothic slant lines space SQUARE PRISM SQUARE PYRAMID student surface T-square tangent teacher thick top view TOWEL RACK triangle TRIANGULAR PRISM true view TRY SQUARE vertical width

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Page 15 - A sphere is a solid bounded by a curved surface, every point of which is equally distant from a point within called the center.

Page 65 - When the surface of a cylinder is unrolled, it becomes a rectangle whose length is equal to the circumference of the cylinder.

Page 46 - ... compass lay off A and B equally distant from C. Then with A and B for centers without changing the compass lay off arc DE. Then CD and CE trisect the right angle. Note: — In this way angles of 30° and 60° may be obtained. Problem 4. To divide a given line into any number of equal parts. (Fig. 52); Let AB be the given line to be divided into five equal Fig.

Page 14 - A figure whose opposite sides are equal and parallel and whose angles are right angles.

Page 8 - Three faces are visible in the front view, two equally, one each side of the third, the middle face. The axes intersect in the top view, 2l/4" R. and 2^" D. They intersect in the front view 2y4" R. and 6-%" D. The center of revolution for the side view is 4