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Page 64. Care is needed to ensure the axes of the part ellipses forming the R5 fillets and the upper part of the base areof the correct size.5. Construct other details of the drawing using the Polyline and Ellipse tools.6. Save your drawing with the file name 7 Exercise09.dwg.7. Left-click the Close button of the drawing window.Additional exercises1. The drawing shows a three-view first angleorthographic projection of a bracket. Constructan isometric drawing of the bracket.Material accompanying Introduction to AutoCAD 2010, ISBN 978-1-85617-868-6. Copyright 2009, Alf Yarwood.Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Page 72. The drawing shows a two-view first angleprojection of the pointer.Construct a third angle projection of the pointerto a scale of 1:1, with the front view in section.The section plane is to be central to the plan.3. The given drawing is a two-view first angleprojection of a tray from a drilling machine.Construct a two-view third angle projection ofthe tray to include a sectional front view, thesection plane to be central to the plan.4. The main drawing is a three-view firstangle projection of a fork connector.Construct a fully dimensioned threeview third angle projection of the connector which includes a sectional endview with the section plane central tothe front view.The smaller drawing is a two-view orthographic projection of a pin and awasher for fitting over the end of the pin.Include views of the pin with its washerin position fitted in the vertical holes ofthe connector.Material accompanying Introduction to AutoCAD 2010, ISBN 978-1-85617-868-6. Copyright 2009, AlfYarwood. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Page 85. Construct an isometric drawing of theconnector shown in the drawing forexercise 4. Include an isometric drawingof the pin placed in position and its washer.6. The given drawing is a two-view first angleorthographic projection of a stop from aplaning machine stop. Construct a fullscale isometric drawing of the stop.Multiple choice questions1. In first angle orthographic projection an end view is:(a) Always placed to the right of the front view(b) Viewed from the one side and placed on the other side of the front view(c) Always placed to the left of the front view(d) Placed either side of the front view irrespective of the viewing position2. In third angle orthographic projection a plan is:(a) Placed either above or below the front view depending upon whether the viewing is from above orbelow(b) Always placed above the front view(c) Always placed below the front view(d) Placed either above or below no matter which viewing direction is chosen3. Isometric drawing is:(a) A true 3D (three-dimensional) pictorial view of the object being drawn(b) A 2D (two-dimensional) pictorial view of the object(c) An accurate perspective drawing of the object(d) None of the items a, b or c4. If a layer is locked:(a) Details can be added to a locked layer(b) Details can be erased from a locked layer(c) Details cannot be added or erased from a locked layer(d) Details can be added to a locked layer but they disappear when the drawing file is savedMaterial accompanying Introduction to AutoCAD 2010, ISBN 978-1-85617-868-6. Copyright 2009, Alf Yarwood.Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Page 95. When a layer is turned off:(a) File space is saved when saving the file(b) It makes no real difference. Details can still be added to the layer(c) Details cannot be erased from the layer(d) Details on the layer cannot be seenMaterial accompanying Introduction to AutoCAD 2010, ISBN 978-1-85617-868-6. Copyright 2009, Alf Yarwood.Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Construct an isometric drawing of the connector shown in the drawing for exercise 4. Include an isometric drawing of the pin placed in position and its washer. 6. The given drawing is a two-view first angle orthographic projection of a stop from a planing machine stop. Construct a full scale isometric drawing of the stop. Multiple choice .

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