Oblique cone and transitional developments

United States, 1953

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Episode of Series “Engineering Drawing”.
Animated drawings are used to show the development of the more complicated shapes. Shows an oblique cone, a transition connecting a circular and a square opening, and one connecting two curved openings. Demonstrates the use of true length diagrams and triangulation.

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Engineering Drawing

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