What is surface development in technical drawing?
Surface development is the the process of revealing the true shape of a flat surface that has been curved or bent. For example a round cylindrical shape can be rolled out flat, to reveal a square.
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Best Answer: A technical drawing is one that is done by either using drafting tools or a computer. Its purpose is to illustrate in design for the layout of what is to be man…ufactured. This layout will have dimensions either in AS (American Standard) or metric increments, drawn to a particular scale which is noted within the title block. Typically, a technical drawing may consist of many pages or files, and it will have a material list page/file with possibly printed paragraphs as to certain specifics on how it should be built. - Harold Sink - Artist & Draftsman Answer Making an educated guess, it seems to me a samantic for mechanical drawing , or some other application of graphic design.
Orthographic drawing, views have no perspective foreshortening.
Projection lines are used to establish relationships of part featurues between rotated veiws of the same drawing.
Technical drawings must be done with accuracy and must be easy to be understood. This can be done through manual sketching, through an instrument or even with the use of compu…ter-aided drawing systems.
Used in the fabrication industry as the center diameter of the thickness of the material that has to be rolled in to a tube or as we call it "a Can" and to calculate the true …length in the flat. ex: Using .25 thk. plate rolled to a 48" I.Dia. take 48.25" x TT (3.1415) = 151.5818" long or the true length to roll to a 48" I.D.. Rmancanu
What is the surface development in term of drawing and define what is the true length in the surface development?
th surface development is the flat, 2D shape that has to be cut in order to make a 3D form when folded and assembled together.. true length is the actual or real lenght of an…y edges ordistane across a face . it is imperative to know or determine the true length in order to obtain an accurate form after mounting or joining of the flat surface develoopment.length distortion occurs according to position of viewer;for an inclinedsurface, the actual or true length appears reduced. th surface development is the flat, 2D shape that has to be cut in order to make a 3D form when folded and assembled together.. true length is the actual or real lenght of any edges ordistane across a face . it is imperative to know or determine the true length in order to obtain an accurate form after mounting or joining of the flat surface develoopment.length distortion occurs according to position of viewer;for an inclinedsurface, the actual or true length appears reduced
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it reveals the true shape of a surface
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Instrument Ruller, Rubber, set square, T Square, Drawing Table, Compass, etc.
serve as a guideor plan to the construction of whatever is represented in the drawin
to measure angles.
A technical drawing will show all the surfaces that are to be modified, say for example by machining. The various views, like top, side and front are put on the page in a loca…tion such that if the page was folded the views would be in the correct location as if looking at the part through the walls of a glass box. The fold line is the line where you would fold the page to make the various drawing views come out in the proper location. The fold line is often a dashed line as long as the part with 2 long and 2 short dashes. A view can also be made of a surface (or plane) that is not right angles to the other views. This is helpful for a machinist setup where the part is mounted square to their cutting tools. No matter what drawing standards say, if the drawing is not clear for its intended purpose, it must be changed in any manner needed to make it clear. Buck BuckAutomation.com
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They're both designing but artistic is best recommended because everyone can technical draw but artistic detail and painting is a talent.
to provide specific message to specific people. e.g no smoking sign, restrict smoking people from smoking in that area.