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Proper manipulation of drafting instruments

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on 2 July 2014

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Proper manipulation of drafting instruments
Assignment answers
T- square
1. Place the head of the t- square against the edge of the drafting table.
2. Slide the working head of the T- square against the working edge of the drawing table.


For right handed
Tasks for the day
1. checking of assignment and working on worksheet no.1
2. Graded practical exam under process
3. Title block making
4. Exercise no.1
For left handed
Drawing a horizontal line
1. Place the head of the t- square against the working edge of the table and lean the pencil to the desired position.
2. Maintain the position of the pencil while you glide gently on the blade of the t-square.
Drawing a vertical lines
1. Use 45 degrees triangle or 30 x 60 degrees triangle to draw vertical lines.
2. Place the triangle on top of the blade of the T-square with the vertical edge on the left.
Drawing exercise #1
Setting up the drawing paper
1. Press firmly the T- square against the working edge of the drawing table.
2. Place the drawing paper close to the working edge of the drawing table and working head of the t-square.
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