```Chapter 5 Jeopardy
Review of Sketching, Lettering, and Text
Sketching
Techniques
Lettering
Specs
Basics of
Sketching
Lettering
Technicalities
Title Blocks
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Sketching Techniques – 100
• When
sketching straight lines, what
should you keep your eye on?
• The
termination point of the line.
Sketching Techniques – 200
• Vertical
lines should be sketch from
____________ to ___________.
• From
top to bottom.
Sketching Techniques – 300
• All
straight lines that are not
horizontal or vertical are called what?
• Inclined
lines.
Sketching Techniques – 400
• What
technique might drafters use to
obtain good proportions from a “real
life” object?
• The
pencil-sight method.
Sketching Techniques – 500
• When
sketching an irregular curve,
how many points should be included in
each stroke?
• Three.
Lettering Specs – 100
• What
is the standard style of lettering
on drawings?
• Gothic.
Lettering Specs – 200
•
Which is the most appropriate hardness of lead
to be used for lettering?
a. 4B, B, or HB
b. HB, F, or H
c. H, 2H, or 4H
d. 4H
• b.
HB, F, or H
Lettering Specs – 300
• Inclined
Gothic letters should be sloped
at an angle between…
• 68&deg;
and 75&deg;.
Lettering Specs – 400
• How
many letters should equate the
space between words within a note?
How many between sentences?
• One
letter space between words.
• Two
letter spaces between sentences.
Lettering Specs – 500
• What
is the recommended overall
height of fractions in freehand
lettering?
• Twice
the height of the whole number.
Basics of Sketching – 100
•
Which of the following is not considered a freehand
sketching method for circles and arcs?
a. Free-circle method
b. Compass method
c. Centerline method
d. Enclosing square method
• b.
Compass method
Basics of Sketching – 200
• What
is the aim of freehand technical
sketching?
• To
develop the ability to construct technical
sketches without the use of aids.
Basics of Sketching – 300
•
In order to covey an accurate description, the most
important element in a technical sketch is…
a. Correct line weight
b. Straightness of lines
c. Curvature of lines
d. Proportion
• d.
Proportion
Basics of Sketching – 400
• Which
method for sketching an ellipse
is similar to the enclosing square
method for sketching a circle?
• The
enclosing rectangle method.
Basics of Sketching – 500
• What
shape does the trammel method
help one draw? How does it work?
•
It helps draw an ellipse.
• Half
of the major and minor axis must be
drawn on the trammel and it must be rotate
along the established major and minor axis.
Lettering Technicalities – 100
• Yes
or No: A lettering guide is a useful
device in constructing freehand
lettering.
• Yes.
Lettering Technicalities – 200
• What
is the minimum height of
lettering on drawings?
• 1/8”
Lettering Technicalities – 300
• Spacing
between lines of lettering in
notes should be ______ the height of
letter on the drawing.
• Two
thirds (2/3”).
Lettering Technicalities – 400
• Yes
or No: Can one alternate between
vertical and inclined text on a drawing?
• No.
Lettering Technicalities – 500
• These
that “lay over” a drawing and can be
used for title blocks and borders. What
are these items called?
• Overlays
• What
is the lettering on a CAD
drawing called?
• Text
• Which
command is used to place text
on a drawing?
• The
Text Command.
• To
check spelling on a CAD drawing,
which command should you use?
• The
Spell Command.
• What
determines how the text string
will be placed in relation to a selected
insertion point?
• The
justification.
• What
does one call the angle of each
character in a string of inclined text?
• The
obliquing angle.
Title Blocks – 100
• Should
one use uppercase or lowercase
letters on machine drawings?
• Uppercase.
Title Blocks – 200
• What
are guidelines? How should
they be drawn?
• Guidelines
are lines drawn to help keep
lettering at a consistent height and angle.
• Guidelines
should be drawn lightly so
that they won’t reproduce.
Title Blocks – 300
• Yes
or No: One can use different texts
within a CAD drawing, for example, one
style for the title block and another for
dimensions.
• Yes.
Title Blocks – 400
• What
is the importance of title blocks?
Why must they be included in technical
drawings?
• Title
blocks provide necessary information