Beginner's Guide to Engineering Drawing
by E. R. Latifee
Number of pages: 75
This is a book for the beginner in engineering drawing in any engineering. Contents: Introduction; Review of Geometry; Classical Viewing; Dimensioning, Line Types and Other Views; Development of solids and Others; Lessons in AutoCAD; Sample Questions and Exercises.
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