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1

Main square used for building construction, measures in Feet and Inches

Architect Square

2

Square normally used for site plans, measures Feet and tenths of a Foot

Engineer Square

3

The only plan to show True North

Site Plan

4

All 3 or 6 views must be drawn for an _________ construction drawing

Orthographic

5

List a few examples of an Exploded View

Sinks, cabinets, equipment, etc.

6

What are the two types of symbols

Architectural & Material

7

What should you always do in a Foundation Plan?

Show dimensions from outside of building to centerline of footing, window / door openings.

8

Two types of Construction Drawings

Orthographic & Pictorial

9

What are the 6 views in an Orthographic Drawing?

Top, Bottom, Front, Back, Right Side, Left Side

10

Three main views in an Orthographic Drawing

Top, Front, Right side

11

Three types of Pictorial Drawings

Isometric, Oblique, Perspective

12

What is the most common Pictorial drawing and what degree of angles are commonly used in it

Isometric, 30 & 60

13

What angle is commonly used in Oblique drawings?

Typically 45 degrees

14

Describe a perspective drawing

How it looks to the eye

15

Three types of Special Views

Section, Details, Exploded View

16

What is the most common Special View?

Section

17

3 types of framing

Platform (western), Balloon, Braced (Post & Girt)

18

What Plan only is typically orientated True North ?

Site Plans

19

Orientating a person to the building, may be based on site access

Job North

20

Heavy, unbroken lines, used to indicate visible edges of an object

Visible lines

21

Medium lines with short, evenly spaced dashes. Used to indicate concealed edges.

Hidden lines

22

Thin lines made up of long & short dashes alternately spaced and consistent in length. Used to indicate symmetry about an axis and location of centers.

Center Lines

23

Thin lines terminated with arrowheads at each end. Used to indicate distance measured.

Dimension lines

24

Thin, unbroken line. Used to indicate extent of dimensions.

Extension line

25

Medium series of one long dash and two short dashes evenly spaced, ending with long dash. Indicates alternate position of parts, repeated detail, or datum plane

Phantom / Datum Line