| 1902 - 484 pages
...from one position to anothej1. It frequently facilitates the work and improves its appearance todraw **a free hand pencil curve through the points and then...inking the curve, the blades of the pen must be kept** o Fig. 31. tangent to the curve, thus necessitating a continual change of direction. Beam Compasses.... | |
| American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1903 - 416 pages
...that passes through several of them. The curve is shifted for this work from one position to another. **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...inking the curve, the blades of the pen must be kept** Fig. 31. tangent to the curve, thus necessitating a continual change of direction. Beam Compasses.... | |
| American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Architectural drawing - 1906 - 432 pages
...several of them. The MECHANICAL DRAWING. curve is shifted for this work from one position to another. **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...inking the curve, the blades of the pen must be kept** Fig. 31. tangent to the curve, thus necessitating a continual change of direction. Beam Compasses.... | |
| American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1906 - 582 pages
...passes through several of them. The 21 curve is shifted for this work from one position to another. **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...inking the curve, the blades of the pen must be kept** © Fig. 31. tangent to the curve, thus necessitating a continual change of direction. Beam Compasses.... | |
| Howard Monroe Raymond - Machine-shop practice - 1906 - 690 pages
...through several of them. The I 340 21 curve is shifted for this work from one position to another. **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...fits at least three points. In inking the curve, the** hlades of the pen must be kept O tangent to the curve, thus necessitating a continual change of direction."... | |
| Drawing - 1906 - 424 pages
...that passes through several of them. The curve is shifted for this work from one position to another. **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...irregular curve, taking care that it always fits at least** thrce points. In inking the curve, the blades of the pen must be kept Fig. 31. o tangent to the curve,... | |
| American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1906 - 586 pages
...that passes through several of them. The curve is shifted for this work from one position to another. **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...use the irregular curve, taking care that it always** lits at least three points. In inking the curve, the hlades of the pen must be kept o Fig. 31. tangent... | |
| American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Architecture - 1907 - 360 pages
...-that passes through several of them. The curve is shifted for this work from one position to another. **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...inking the curve, the blades of the pen must be kept** Fig. 31. tangent to the curve, .thus necessitating a continual change of direction. Beam Compasses.... | |
| Howard Monroe Raymond - 1908 - 426 pages
...that passes through several of them. The curve is shifted for this work from one position to another **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...inking the curve, the blades of the pen must be kept** o Fig. 31. tangent to the curve, thus necessitating a continual change of direction. Beam Compasses.... | |
| Frederick Eugene Turneaure - Civil engineering - 1908 - 474 pages
...that passes through several of them The curve is shifted for this work from one position to another. **It frequently facilitates the work and improves its...through the points and then use the irregular curve,** inking care that it always (its at least three points. In inking the curve, the blades of the pen must... | |
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