"schematic diagram" or "schematic drawing"
The drawing of an electrical circuit is called a.............= schematic drawing.
If you are talking about electrical it would be an Electrical Schematic..
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Social Worker? No. SW is the abbreviation we aquarists use for "saltwater". Abbreviation in an electrical schematic (drawing) is : SW, it stands for switch.
The term "schematic" comes from the greek word "schema" which means "drawing".
On a schematic drawing of electrical circuits, writing the names of each electronic part would soon obscure the circuit diagram. Symbols take up less space and keep the schematic more readable.
A pictorial and schematic drawing show all of the components of a specific system and the wiring between these components. These drawings can be used for assembly or for trouble shooting and repair.
Schematic or drawing showing the layout of components.
A drawing showing the detailed interconnections of the components in the circuit.
You can find an exploded schematic view drawing of a 2003 Dodge truck front end online at places like Ram ForumZ and Diesel Place. You can also find this expanded version of the schematic on Diesel Truck Resource online.
Go to remington.com, then go to the "support" menu, choose parts. From there you can find the schematic for the 1100.
a simplified drawing showing the appearance, structure, or workings of something; a schematic representation
It depends on the purpose and type of the drawing. If the scale would be necessary for proper interpretation of the drawing (e.g. mechanical drawing, plans for a building) then yes. If the scale would not help in interpreting the drawing (e.g. electronics schematic, software data flow diagram) then no.
Gun Digest, Exploded views.... Numrich Arms Parts Catalog...
Wikipedia has one under "Adder". I apologize, it is not easy to draw such things here.
A schematic drawing is a drawing that shows you the parts of a system without going into too much detail so as to overwhelm the person who is viewing the drawing. For example, an engine wiring schematic would show the distinct colors of the wires (such as red, blue, green, etc) and how they run from one part to another. The parts would not look like actual parts in the schematic, but would be represented by squares, circles, and other shapes with the part name written on them. This is to help show how something works without making it too difficult to understand. Another good example would be the map you would see at a typical mall that displays where different stores are and uses symbols to show the nearest food areas, bathrooms, and exits.
Savage would be a good place to start. E-gunparts.com might have one also.
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Alfred E. Holbrow has written: 'Geometrical drawing and its practical application' -- subject(s): Descriptive Geometry, Mechanical drawing, Perspective