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1

Architecture scale

extended scale = 1', so if there are 12 tics each tic is 1 inch, etc.

2

Tape Measurer

Use a 1/4" = 1' scale

3

Construction Drawing pyramid

construction drawings
Othrographic||||||||||||||&|||||||||||| Pictorial

4

Othrographic Drawings

-show every part of the parallel drawing plane true relative size and position
-6 views - top, bottom, front, back, left, right
-3 main views - top, front, right
-objects presented as if they were viewed through a transparent drawing plane
-show elevation if they know where building is going

5

Top view

plan view - foundation plan, floor plan (recommend starting here) ceiling plan, plumbing plan, electrical plan.

6

Front view

Main elevation, Section

7

Right view

Elevation, Section

8

Floor Plan

4' cut line about the floor. shows lay out of the building, rooms, birds eye view without roof above

9

Vertical Cut lines

show heights and vertical relationships within a building

10

Pictorial Construction Drawings

-Isometric
-Oblique
-Perspective

11

Isometric Drawing

-Most common technical drawing
-Obj is drawn w/ 30/60 degree angles
-Dimensionally accurate along angles
-to scale
-not perspective

12

Oblique Drawing

-Flat front view with any angle (typically 45 degrees) coming off to indicate depth
-elevation is drawn looking straight at the obj
-allows for more detail on one elevation
-all lines are dimensional

13

Perspective

-Horizon line, 2 vanishing points
-EXACTLY AS YOU SEE IT FROM A GIVEN POSITION

14

Special Views

Large scale drawings which show features that do not appear on the plans and elevations
Types:
-Section
-Detail
-Exploded View

15

Section drawing

-most common
-gives clear picture of the inside or hidden features of an object
-depicts and instructs the most

16

Detail drawing

Do not have cutting plane indication but are noted with a code

17

Exploded view

used to show the assembly or disassembly of the obj that has several removable parts, layered effect

18

Visible Line

-Used for walls, doors, windows, etc
-Heavy unbroken lines used to indicate visible edges of an obj

19

Hidden Line

-Medium lines w/ short evenly spaced dashes.
-used to indicated concealed edges.

20

Center Line

-Thin lines made up of long and short dashes. alt. spaces and consistent in length.
-used to indicate symmetry about an axis and location of centers.

21

Dimension line

-Thin lines terminated w/ arrowheads at each end used to indicate distance measured
-will reach from 1 extension line to another

22

Extension line

Thin unbroken line used to indicate extent of dimension

23

Leader line

-Thin terminated w/ arrowhead or dot at one end
-Used to indicate a part, dimension, or other reference.

24

Phantom or Datum line

-Medium series of one long dash and two short dashes evenly spaced ending w/ long dash.
-used to indicate alternate position of parts, repeated detail or a datum plane, i.e. door swings or movable walls.

25

Break (Long)

-Thin solid ruled line w/ free hand zig zags
-used to reduce the size of the drawing requirement to delineate obj and reduce detail

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Break (Short)

-Thick solid free hand zig zag lines used to indicate a short break

27

Cutting or viewing plane

-Thick short dashes
-used to show offset w/ arrowheads to show direction in which section or plane is viewed or taken

28

Cutting plane for complex or offset views

-Thick short dashes
-used to show offset w/ arrowhead pointing in direction viewed

29

what are the 2 types of symbols

architectural and material

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what plan is the only plan to have true N

The site plan