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Engineering Drawing/Graphics For Beginners Part-I

Posted By: ELK1nG
Engineering Drawing/Graphics For Beginners Part-I

Engineering Drawing/Graphics For Beginners Part-I
Published 2/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 13.85 GB | Duration: 10h 50m

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What you'll learn

Teaching on big board with huge Drafting Machine

Learn from scratch

Practice Questions

More than 10 solved examples in every topic

Practical examples with props

Requirements

You Just Know How to draw a line and nothing else, you will become pro

This course is specially design for beginners so there is no need of any pre knowledge of Engineering Drawing

Description

A technical drawing, also known as an engineering drawing, is a detailed, precise diagram or plan that conveys information about how an object functions or is constructed. Engineers, electricians, and contractors all use these drawings as guides when constructing or repairing objects and buildings.This course is specially design engineering and diploma students, the purpose of this course to deliver the subject in easy and practical way, the course has lots of solved examples, the educator uses props to explain the concepts of Engineering Drawing, its advise by the educator not to rush to complete the course watch each lecture with full concentration and practice those questions those are taught in the lecture, This course introduces students to technical drawing a means of professional engineering communication. It will cover: sketching, line drawing, shape description, projections, drawing standards, sections and dimensioning.Course ObjectivesTo emphasize the importance of drawing as a language for engineersTo develop skills in engineering drawing and drafting.To develop skills in interpretation of engineering drawingsThe content of the course is as follows.1.Conic Section2.Curves3.Scales4.Theory of Projection5.Projection of Points6.Projection of Lines7.Projection of Planes8.Projection of Solids9.Section of solids10.Development & Intersection11.Isometric Projection

Overview

Section 1: INTRODUCTION

Lecture 1 Know your Educator

Lecture 2 Instruments Required

Lecture 3 How to set the Drafter

Lecture 4 How to make the angles with the help of Drafter

Section 2: GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

Lecture 5 Line Division Method

Lecture 6 Circle Division

Lecture 7 Construction of Pentagon

Lecture 8 Construction of Hexagon

Section 3: SCALES

Lecture 9 Basic, What is a Scale and Why we construct scale in Engg. Drawing

Lecture 10 Plain Scale

Lecture 11 Que 1 Easy Level

Lecture 12 Que No 2 and 3 Easy level

Lecture 13 Que No 4) Average Level

Lecture 14 Que No 5) Average Level

Lecture 15 Que No 6 Advance Level

Lecture 16 Que No: 7 and 8 Advance Level

Lecture 17 Que No 9) Advance Level

Lecture 18 Diagonal Scale Basics

Lecture 19 Que No 1) Easy Level

Lecture 20 Que No 2) Easy Level

Lecture 21 Que No 3) Average Level

Lecture 22 Que No 4) Advance Level

Lecture 23 Que No 5) Advance Level

Section 4: THEORY OF PROJECTION

Lecture 24 THEORY OF PROJECTION

Section 5: PROJECTION OF POINTS

Lecture 25 Lect No 1 Projection of points(Rules and easy level question)

Lecture 26 When Point is resting on the principle planes

Lecture 27 Question Based on the last lecture

Lecture 28 Side View and Shortest Distance

Lecture 29 Projection of point on an AIP

Lecture 30 Projection of Point on an AVP

Section 6: PROJECTION OF LINES

Lecture 31 Lect 1: Intro, definition and Cond. No.1

Lecture 32 Cond No: 2

Lecture 33 Cond No: 3

Lecture 34 Cond No: 4

Lecture 35 Cond No: 5

Lecture 36 Que No: 1 (Based on all the above condition)

Lecture 37 Que No: 2

Lecture 38 Que No: 3

Lecture 39 Cond No: 6 Line Inclined To Both The Plane

Lecture 40 Que No: 4(based on line inclined to both the planes)

Lecture 41 Traces of line

Lecture 42 Que No: 5

Lecture 43 Que No: 6

Lecture 44 Que No: 7

Lecture 45 Que No: 8

Lecture 46 Que No: 9

Lecture 47 Cond No: 7 Line Inclined to both the Planes and contained by Profile Plane

This course is specially design for Btech first year students, diploma students can also take the benefit of this course