The act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery).
A drawing that shows the various parts of an item when assembled.
An orthographic view of an object using a direction of sight other than one of the six basic views (front, top, right-side, rear, bottom, left-side); used to show a surface that is not parallel to any of the principal view planes.
A circled number identifying each part shown in an assembly drawing. Also called a ball tag or bubble number.
A hole that does not go completely through the workpiece.
Broken Out Section
A section of an object broken away to reveal an interior feature for a sectional drawing.
Two surfaces meeting at an angle different from 90 degrees.
A group of values that is used to analyze the distribution of data.
Something determined in relation to something that includes it.
Limitation or restriction.
A bit for enlarging the upper part of a hole.
A hole (usually in wood) with the top part enlarged so that a screw or bolt will fit into it and lie below the surface.
Cutting Plane Line
A line drawn on a view where a cut was made in order to define the location of the imaginary section plane.
Degree of freedom
One of the minimum number of parameters needed to describe the state of a physical system.
A dimensioned, working drawing of a single part. Also referred to as part drawing.
Program listings or technical manuals describing the operation and use of programs.
An assembly drawing in which parts are moved out of position along an axis so that each individual part is visible.
A rounded interior blend between two surfaces. Some uses are to strengthen joining surfaces or to allow a part to be removed from a mold.
Reduce in scope while retaining essential elements.
A standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems.
A sectional drawing based on a cutting plane line that extends completely through an object.
A sectional drawing based on a cutting plane line that cuts through one-quarter of an object. A half section reveals half of the interior and half of the exterior.
The act of hindering or obstructing or impeding.
A rectangular or semicircular shape used to prevent parts, such as gears or wheels, from turning on a shaft.
A slot in a shaft to receive a key.
A slot in a hub or material around a shaft that receives a key.
A constant in the equation of a curve that can be varied to yield a family of similar curves.
A CAD modeling method that uses parameters to define the size and geometry of features and to create relationships between features. Changing a parameter value updates all related features of the model at once.
A list of materials or parts specified for a project. Also referred to as a bill of materials or BOM.
A line used to show the alternate positions of an object or matching part without interfering with the main drawing.
The relative magnitudes of two quantities (usually expressed as a quotient).
A relatively thin flat member acting as a brace support. Also called a web.
A single complete turn (axial or orbital).
Having a circular shape.
Size or measure according to a scale.
Lines that are used to represent the material through which a cut is made in order to show an interior sectional view.
A drawing that shows the interior of an object as it would appear if cut in half or quartered.
A shallow recess like a counterbore, used to provide a good bearing surface for a fastener.
An assembled part that is a part of a larger assembly.
Draw from or dip into to get something.
The property possessed by a shape that narrows toward a point (as a wedge or cone).
A table located in the bottom right-hand corner of an engineering drawing that identifies, in an organized way, all of the necessary information that is not given on the drawing itself. Also referred to as a title strip.
The act of uniform movement.
Drawings that convey all of the information needed to manufacture and assemble a design.
A line used to interrupt a drawing if an object will not fit on a drawing sheet.