Selection of dimensions

United States, 1947

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Episode of Series “Engineering Drawing”

Introduces the principles which govern the choice of dimensions. These principles are shown to be based on two factors: (1) the functional characteristics of the object, which includes consideration of the accuracy demanded and the relation of the portion to other elements of the unit or machine; and (2) the manufacturing methods used in making the object.

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Engineering Drawing

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