Print Reading for Industry
Author: Brown, Walter C.
Edition: Tenth Edition, Textbook
- Supplement Booklet (10 large prints)
Format: Large Print
Number Of Pages: 588
Release Date: 22-01-2015
Details: Product Description Print Reading for Industry is a combination text and write-in workbook designed to assist students in reading and understanding industrial prints. This text starts with the basics of print reading and progresses to advanced topics. It presents a thorough discussion of print reading techniques, providing the necessary information and guidance to read the “language of industry.” Print Reading for Industry includes authentic industrial prints for hands-on learning. Bonus print reading exercises related to the oversized prints in the Large Prints Packet provide additional real-life print reading experiences. Table of ContentsIntroduction to Drafting and Print Reading Procedures1. Prints: The Language of Industry2. Line Conventions and Lettering3. Title Blocks and Part ListsFundamentals of Shape Description4. Geometric Terms and Construction5. Multiview Drawings6. Section Views7. Auxiliary Views8. Screw Thread RepresentationFundamentals of Size Description and Annotations9. Dimensioning10. Tolerancing11. Machining Specifications and Drawing Notes12. Surface Texture Symbols13. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing14. Drawing Revision SystemsIndustrial Drawing Types15. Detail Drawings16. Assembly DrawingsSpecialized Parts and Prints17. Spring and Fasteners in Industrial Prints18. Gears, Splines, and Serrations19. Cam Diagrams and Prints20. Plastic Parts21. Precision Sheet Metal Parts22. Welding Prints23. Instruction and Control Drawings About the Author During his career, Dr. Walter C. Brown was a leading authority in the fields of drafting and print reading. He served as a consultant to industry on design and drafting standards and procedures and held a variety of professional offices of state and national associations. Ryan K. Brown is an Associate Professor in the Department of Technology at Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois. He has been involved with drafting education for over thirty years. His experiences include secondary education at the junior and senior high level; faculty member at his alma mater, Eastern Kentucky University; drafter for Sargent and Greenleaf, Inc.; geometric dimensioning and tolerancing consultant; and summer experiences in a wide array of drafting and graphics-based positions, such as steel detailing and civil engineering applications. His current roles in drafting education also include the authorship of activities and problems for secondary-level drafting competitions and architectural drafting applications that include 2D drafting, 3D modeling, and rendering and animation.
Package Dimensions: 11.0 x 7.9 x 0.5 inches