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INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE, BASIC BLUEPRINT READING, A Project of the. U S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, Office or Educational Research and improvement NATIONAL WORKPLACE LITERACY PROGRAM. EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION, CENTER ERIC COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY. This document has been reproduced as, recewed trom the person or organization 19351 W Washington St. originating it, 0 Urn changes have been, made to improve Grayslake IL 60030.
reproduction duality, Points of view or 000 0n0 stated in tn SdoCu. ment 60 not neCeStilinly, represent hew BEST COPY AVAILABLE. OERI positron or Dolby, Basic Blueprint Reading, A basic blueprint reading class and curriculum was developed in response to a need from a. National Workplace Literacy Program partner All company employees interact or need to. interact with company blueprints and be familiar with the basic symbols and principles Blueprints. are drawn using decimal measurement so a decimal review was incorporated into the curriculum. The learning objectives and outcomes were developed based on the above identified needs. Actual company blueprints were used in the learner activities along with digital calipers rulers. and protractors A pre post assessment was developed and administered to measure student. x cC e ute, of Lake CP, Mary Kay Gee Anne Hauca, Project Director Project Doordinator. TABLE OF CONTENTS, Section 1 Introduction, Section 2 Learning Objectives.
Section 3 Pre Post Assessment, Section 4 Lesson Plans and Exercises 1 14. Section 5 Bibliography, INTRODUCTION TO BASIC BLUEPRINT READING. This course is designed to emphasize the basic skills necessary to understand fundamental. blueprint reading The course offers nine central topics necessary for initial exposure to. blueprint reading Each topic lists several learning objectives specific terms or vocabulary. and a measurable outcome The order of the topics generally build upon each other. although completion of one topic does not necessarily depend on completion of the. previous one Selection of topics and level of difficulty depends on length of class and. expressed and observed needs of the learners, The topics included in this course are as follows. basic views of objects, meaning of commonly used lines on a blueprint. basic dimensioning conventions, decimal tolerances.
precision measuring, blueprint terms used in the title box and note column. symbols commonly used in company blueprints, metric and customary units. angle measurement, Materials used in this course are as follows. company blueprints, company products or parts that correspond to the blueprint. digital calipers and other measuring tools used in the company. calculator if used, Components included in this course are as follows.
Instructional Guide for Basic Blueprint Reading class. pretest and posttest, possible activities, 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. Instructional Guide for Basic Blueprint Reading, TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES TERMS VOCABULARY OUTCOME. Basic views a Identify the basic views Height Draw a sketch. commonly displayed in a Width of a simple, technical drawing Depth object using. Plane two or three, b Measure the height width croews. depth of of a simple object sectioned or, plain paper.
c Name the three principle, views necessary to describe the. shape of an object, Meaning of a Describe the commonly used Object or visible line Identify the. lines lines on a blueprint Hidden line lines in a, Center line simple. Dimension line blueprint and, b Identify the meaning of Extension line match them. commonly used lines in a Projection line with their. blueprint meaning, Basic a Name and describe the two Extension line Identify the.
Dimensioning ways a blueprint gives a complete Dimension line four basic. Conventions description Center line lines used in, Views and Dimensions and Notes Leader dimensioning. on a blueprint, b Identify the difference, between a dimension line and the. visible lines of the drawing, 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES TERMS VOCABULARY OUTCOME. Decimal a Define tolerance Tolerance Add and, Tolerances Upper limit subtract. Lower limit decimal, b Add and subtract decimal, S tolerance on a.
tolerance attached to a, measurement, measurement in order to. in order to, determine upper and lower limits, Example 1 765 005. lower limits, c Sequence decimal, measurement, d Determine if a product. measurement lies within, Precision a Identify the common Scale markings State and. Measuring measurement tools used in the Graduations record decimal. company Calipers measurement, Rules of a product, Squares using an.
b Identify the graduation on the appropriate, scale of each measurement tool measuring. c Determine the size of the, smallest division in one interval. on a measurement tool, d Label scale marking on a, measurement tool. e Read and record a specific, dimension on a measuring tool. If digital calipers are used, practice reading and recording.
the displayed measurement, 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES TERMS VOCABULARY OUTCOME. Blueprint a Locate the title block on a Title block Describe each. Terms Title blueprint Drawing title piece of, Block Drawing number information. Scale contained, b Describe each piece of Tolerance within the title. information contained within the Materials block of a. title block blueprint, Blueprint a Define GD T Geometric GD T Identify. Symbols Dimensioning and Tolerancing as Symbols commonly used in symbols and. a technical drawing language company blueprints their. which specifies design Symbol characteristics characteristic. requirements in terms of function Feature control frame in various. feature control, b Identify commonly used, symbols and their corresponding.
characteristics such as II means, parallelism, c Locate the box feature control. frame in which the symbols, Metric a Define and explain metric Length Given a. Measurement length units Customary Units product, Metric Units measurement. Meter in U S, b Demonstrate how metric units Millimeter Standard. are related to corresponding Centimeter convert to. customary units Decimeter metric, c Explain how to convert from measurement.
or vice versa, one unit to another, d Convert customary units to. metric measure and vice versa, e Identify customary and metric. measurements on a blueprint, 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES TERMS VOCABULARY OUTCOME. Angle a Define angle as two lines Angle Use a, Measurement starting at the same point and Vertex protractor to. extending outward Sides measure given, Degrees angles.
Protractor, b Explain that angles are Use a, measured in degrees and that a protractor to. protractor is a tool that measures draw given, angles angles. c Use a protractor to measure an, d Using a ruler and protractor. draw a given angle, 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. PRE POST ASSESSMENT, Date Score, Directions Use the attached blueprint to answer the following questions.
1 What is the name of this product, 2 What kind of lines are and s. 3 What is the overall depth of the product, 4 What is the overall width of the product. 5 What is the size fo dimension, 6 Name the three views that are used to describe the shape and size of the part. 7 What encircled letter marks a hidden line, 8 Define the word tolerance as it relates to blueprints. 9 Determine which of the following product measurements lie within tolerance. a dimension on the print 3 264, b tolerance 005, c actual measurements circle any that are within tolerance.
3 164 3 253, 3 263 3 312, 3 269 3 270, 10 Identify the characteristics of the following Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. GDT symbols, 11 Sequence the following decimal measurements from smallest to largest. 4 54 047 740 007 054 5 075, 12 If an angle measures 40 what is its complementary angle. 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. Lesson Plan 1, Blueprint Reading, Goal Understand the basic views of objects. Learning Objectives, 1 Identify the basic views commonly displayed in a technical.
2 Measure the height width depth of a simple object. 3 Understand the meaning of tenths and hundredths, Instructional Activities. 1 Administer the Pre Post Assessment, 2 Show the class a simple blueprint and ask them what they know. and don t know about the print This discussion will guide what we. specifically cover during the course, 3 Sketch cardboard blocks in different configurations and from. different angles This will lead into a discussion on views all six. 4 Using one of the sketches discuss the meaning of height width. and depth Measure these on several different configurations of. 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. Lesson Plan 2, Blueprint Reading, Goal Understand the basic views of objects on a blueprint. Understand the meaning of lines on a blueprint, Learning Objectives.
1 Identify the basic views commonly displayed in a technical. 2 Measure the height width depth of a simple object. 3 Describe the commonly used lines in a blueprint, 4 Identify the meaning of commonly used lines in a blueprint. Instructional Activities, 1 Do pages 1 3 in Discovering Basic Math Concepts Decimal. Addition and Subtraction These pages cover the meaning. and comparing of tenths and the meaning of hundredths. 2 Review the 6 possible views of an object and the 3 necessary. 3 Sketch drawings of cardboard blocks in different configurations. introduce hidden lines, 4 Compare an angle bracket off the production floor to the. blueprint for the bracket looking at the lines and views shown. 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. 73LAiJk 375 DIA FOR PRESS IN RECEPTACLE, SOUTHCO PAR No 12 04 101 11. 1 124 1 957, 125 RAD 1 125, PLATING ZINC DICHROMATE.
MOT 30 000 CGDSHPSCFANBRKTREC, CGDSHPSCEOBRKTREC, WHEN USED AS FAN CAGE BRKT RECEF TACLE MOT 30 000 FAN CAGE BRACKET RECEPTACLE. EARTHQUAKE BAR BRACKET RECEPTACLE, CGDSHPSCFANBRKTREC 12 GA CRS 1041 BEND AL 044. DO NOT USE PRESS IN RECEPTAC LE REQUIRED I, 11 22 93 REV 2 14 94 2 21 94 2 23 95 10 10 95. BEST COPY MUM, Literacy Program, 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace. BLUEPRINT READING, ORDER NO 4 57, MAT CAST IRON, ANGLE BRACKET 1BP 6A.
1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. BEST COPY AVARABLE, Lesson Plan 3, Blueprint Reading. Goal Understand the basic views of objects on a blueprint. Understand the meaning of lines on a blueprint, Learning Objectives. 1 Identify the basic views commonly displayed in a technical. 2 Describe the commonly used lines in a blueprint, 3 Identify the meaning of commonly used lines in a blueprint. 4 Understand the meaning of hundredths and thousandths. Instructional Activities, 1 Complete pages 4 7 in Discovering Basic Math Concepts Decimal. Addition and Subtraction, 2 Match the isometric drawing on worksheet 1 to the corresponding.
views on worksheet 2, 3 Write in the letters from the isometric drawings on worksheet 3. that correspond to the various planes in the front top and side. views shown on worksheet 4, 1994 97 College of Lake County National Workplace Literacy Program. DOCUMENT RESUME ED 402 467 CE 073 119 TITLE Basic Blueprint Reading Instructional Guide INSTITUTION Lake County Coll Grayslake Ill SPONS AGENCY Office of Vocational and Adult Education ED

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