A polygon with eight equal sides and angles.
Direction that is straight up and down; running top to bottom.
The figure formed by two lines coming together to a point.
Lines that do not meet or intersect and are an equal distance apart at all points.
Another name for slanted or angular.
Thin light lines used to keep lettering uniform in height.
A drawing made on the computer.
Direction that is side to side; running left to right.
Thin broken line of alternating long and short dashes indicating centers of circles, arcs, or symmetrical objects.
A drawing made by hand with the aid of instruments (tools).
The heaviest line used in drafting, serving as a "frame" around the outside of the drawing.
Any part or portion of a circle.
Thick solid line used to outline the shape of an object; also called a visible line.
Thin dashed line used to represent a surface or feature that is invisible to the eye.
Closed curve in which all points are an equal distance from the center.
A drawing that gives all the information needed to make or assemble a product.
alphabet of lines
A collection of lines used in drafting with different types and weights (thicknesses).
A polygon with six equal sides and angles.
Drafting performed without the aid of a computer; also known as board drafting.
An image drawn freehand on paper.