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Name of the course : Drawing construction Course code : HED 129 Credit hours : 3hours Prepared by Eng. Nadir Abd alrazi PowerPoint Presentation
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Name of the course : Drawing construction Course code : HED 129 Credit hours : 3hours Prepared by Eng. Nadir Abd alrazi

Name of the course : Drawing construction Course code : HED 129 Credit hours : 3hours Prepared by Eng. Nadir Abd alrazi

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Name of the course : Drawing construction Course code : HED 129 Credit hours : 3hours Prepared by Eng. Nadir Abd alrazi

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  1. Drawing Construction Name of the course :Drawing construction Course code :HED 129 Credit hours :3hours Prepared by Eng. Nadir Abd alrazig siddig

  2. Introduction • This course is taught in the first semester to the second year for sixteen weeks with 3 credit hours

  3. Objectives By the end of this course you must will be able to:- • Understanding of drawing tools and equipment and its use. • Understand the information provided and the purpose for which. • Provide graphics that says in the field of study. • Deal with other sectors in the relevant fields.

  4. Content: • Become acquainted with the drawing-tools and materials used descriptions and methods of its use. • Descriptions and methods of its use. • Letters of the alphabetic-types of fonts used in the drawing. • Engineering – halving line and divided into equal parts –angles –triangles and quartets

  5. 4. Regular polygons. 5. Chambers 6. Drawing measurement. 7. Drawing alortograve – Mahtlvp projections and the private. 8. Perspective angle of 30 (Oiswm left)- Perspective angle of 45 (Oleg)-perspective on 6030(Axonometric). 9. Oval. 10. Hyperbolic and equivalent cutting (AlbrwelaAlheirbula).

  6. 11. Incident at an angle of view 90. 12. Incident at an angle of view other than 90. 13. sector. 14. Individual or a surface of deferent forms.

  7. Drawing Tables and Surfaces

  8. Drawing Papers and Plastic Film

  9. Pencils, Leads, and Pens

  10. Pens Some designers prefer ink and use a technical fountain pen as it is capable of precise line width. It can be used for both freehand and drafted ink drawings. As with drafting pencils, pens are available in a variety of forms and price ranges. However, most technical drawing pens consist of a tubular point, which has an ink-flow-regulating wire inside it. The size of the tubular point is what determines the finished width. Standard widths of ink lines are measured according to a line-width code,

  11. Parallel Bar and T-Square,

  12. Triangles

  13. Templates

  14. Compasses

  15. Scales

  16. Erasers, Erasing Shields, and Brushes

  17. Additional Equipment

  18. Starting the Drawing

  19. PAPER AFTER DRAWING