You'll identify dimensioning styles used on welding prints.
You'll practice calculating dimensions of a regular hexagon.
In this learning activity you'll explore family structure then enter terms in a grid identifying if that family structure is determined by females, males, or both.
Learners examine the basic types of dimensioning including unidirectional and aligned systems, and linear, aligned, angled, arrowless, chain, datum, chart, tabular, radius, diameter, typical, and reference dimensions.
In this interactive object, students explore the basic elements and common terms associated with dimensions and leaders. A quiz completes the activity.
Learners practice reading prints of a hub. They identify information located on the print and calculate missing dimensions.
In this interactive object, learners test their knowledge of 14 geometric tolerance control symbols.
You'll identify various components of a welding print.
You'll learn to read a decimal steel rule.
Learners examine the drawing symbols used for counterbore, countersink, spotface, radius, diameter, and depth. In the quiz that completes the activity, they associate these symbols with machining applications.
In this interactive object, learners answer 25 questions regarding part or assembly drawings. The basic areas of blueprint reading are covered.
Learners examine the use of the tolerances displayed in a title block by calculating the minimum and maximum allowable size of a fabricated part. In a brief quiz, students determine whether a part is usable or should be scrapped.
In this learning activity you'll identify identify two-dimensional geometric shapes in a matching exercise.
In this animated print reading exercise, the learner calculates missing dimensions and identifies surfaces on projected views.
In this interactive object, learners practice their 3D visualization skills by identifying the correct isometric view of an object.
In this interactive object, learners examine sectional views used in engineering drawings. The sections shown are full, half, offset, aligned, revolved, and broken-out. Learners match drawings of sectional views with the names of the views.
Learners develop 3D visualization skills by examining front, side, and top orthographic views of objects. Using this information, students select the corresponding isometric view of each object.
Learners examine the symbols and values that control surface roughness, waviness, and lay. A brief quiz completes the object.
In this interactive and animated object, learners examine orthographic projection and the Glass Box Theory. Front, side, and top view development is demonstrated with pictorial views of each object to help develop 2D to 3D visualization skills.
In this interactive object, learners examine standard and metric thread specifications used in engineering drawings. In a brief quiz, they identify various internal and external thread representations.