One of the first skills engineers must master is the ability to read and interpret engineering drawings. With this workbook from Paul Wallach, students get plenty of practice. Containing enough material for a full semester’s course work, Print Reading for Drafting & Engineering Drawing presents 62 increasingly complex print-reading exercises, covering concepts such as multiple views and projections, line styles and types, dimensioning, tolerances, welding symbols and notations, plumbing fittings, working drawings, and much more.
Each exercise includes a drawing, consistent with NSI and ASME standards, and a series of questions about the drawing. The exercises may be used as an exam; given as homework; or used by students as examples for sketching, manual drafting, or CAD drawings.