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Blueprint Reading for Machine Trades 2nd Edition

David L. Taylor

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 1985
  • 336 Pages

Overview

With 40 fast-paced units of instruction, Blueprint Reading for Machine Trades, 2E is our most complete guide to learning how to interpret industrial prints. Meeting the needs of a two-semester course sequence, coverage spans from an introduction to the alphabet of lines and orthographic projection to application of dimensions and tolerances and more! Modern industry specifications, including current ANSI standards, are also discussed as readers move from basic concepts to completion of increasingly difficult print interpretation assignments.

David L. Taylor,

David L. Taylor is a former assistant principal at Bloomington High School North in Bloomington, Indiana. In addition to being a school administrator, Mr. Taylor is certified as a Journeyman Tool and Die Maker and has more than 30 years’ experience in manufacturing, technical training, and training management. He holds a Master of Science degree in adult education from Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in vocational–technical education from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Mr. Taylor has taught machine trades and blueprint reading courses at the Erie #1 Board of Cooperative Education Center (BOCES), Howard G. Sackett BOCES Vocational Center, and Jamestown Community College, in New York State.
  • concise, easily digested units build logically upon each other, reinforcing key concepts while introducing new skills
  • one or more practice drawings follow each unit, providing immediate opportunities to apply concepts and hone skills
  • workbook-style format is ideal for use in individualized instruction or self-paced learning situations
Preface
Section 1:Blueprints
Section 2:Shop Sketching
Section 3:Views
Section 4:Dimentions and Tolerances
Section 5:Notes and Symbols
Section 6: Screw Threads
Section 7: Gears

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  • ISBN-10: 1401899986
  • ISBN-13: 9781401899981
  • Bookstore Wholesale Price $90.00
  • RETAIL $119.95

Cengage provides a range of supplements that are updated in coordination with the main title selection. For more information about these supplements, contact your Learning Consultant.

FOR INSTRUCTORS

Intermediate Blueprint Reading For Machinists

ISBN: 9781401870737
The second book in Delmar Learning's three-part series, Intermediate Blueprint Reading for Machinists, 6th Edition provides users with opportunities to learn how to visualize and interpret more complex prints. Ideal for self-paced learning, this workbook-style text continues the emphasis on orthographic projection involving interpretation of lines, views, dimensions, tolerances, notes, and symbols. Advanced areas of inquiry are also addressed, including: welding symbols, fasteners, screw threads, and other related topics.

Instructor's Manual

ISBN: 9781401823078

FOR STUDENTS

Intermediate Blueprint Reading For Machinists

ISBN: 9781401870737
The second book in Delmar Learning's three-part series, Intermediate Blueprint Reading for Machinists, 6th Edition provides users with opportunities to learn how to visualize and interpret more complex prints. Ideal for self-paced learning, this workbook-style text continues the emphasis on orthographic projection involving interpretation of lines, views, dimensions, tolerances, notes, and symbols. Advanced areas of inquiry are also addressed, including: welding symbols, fasteners, screw threads, and other related topics.