A detail drawing provides all of the information necessary to produce the part.TrueFalseThere are no standards governing drawings that show a cast or forged part, since thepart is in an unfinished state.TrueFalseStandard industry items such as nuts, bolts, and fasteners do not require controldrawings.TrueFalse

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A detail drawing provides all of the information necessary to produce the part.
True
False
There are no standards governing drawings that show a cast or forged part, since the
part is in an unfinished state.
True
False
Standard industry items such as nuts, bolts, and fasteners do not require control
drawings.
True
False
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A detail drawing provides all of the information necessary to produce the part. True False There are no standards governing drawings that show a cast or forged part, since the part is in an unfinished state. True False Standard industry items such as nuts, bolts, and fasteners do not require control drawings. True False

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Step 1

Consider the first question:

 

Detail drawing is a drawing that contains all the information (dimensions, tolerances, etc.) required to manufacture the items. It is a large-scale drawing of a small part of a machine that is used to manufacture the items efficiently.

Thus, the detail drawing provides all the necessary information to produce the part.

Hence, the given statement is true.

Step 2

Consider the second question:

 

For drawings, there are some standards that govern them. Among different standards used, one major set of engineering standards is ASME Y14.5 ...

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