Class Date Name Industry Print Exercise 12-2 Refer to the print PR 12-2 and answer the questions below. on the views of this drawing? 1. How many surface texture symbols have been specified 2. Which surface is to be smoother, the inside of the .500" diameter hole or the 15° tapered conical surface? 3. Which machining process, if any, is specified for the surface texture symbol applied to the 1 5" diameter face surface? are the values in microinches or micrometers? 4. For the surface texture symbols indicated on this drawing, 5. What lay symbol is indicated on one of the surface texture symbols? 6. Do any of the surface texture symbols indicate the surface texture should be obtained without removing material? Review questions on previous units: 7. Are there any cutting-plane lines shown on this drawing? 8. What material is specified for this part? 9. What scale are the main views on the original drawing? 10. How many threaded features does this part have? 11. The details are shown in two circles made with what line type? 12. Looking over the entire drawing, how many dimensions are expressed using the limit method? 13. There is a solid, equilateral triangle floating next to some dimension values. What tolerance applies to those values? 14. What is the maximum diameter of the drill spot that may exist at the bottom of the main hole in this part? 15. In the view that shows the hexagon shape, why is the dimensional value in parentheses? illcox Co., Inc. di n ht laphbail r0 Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products. PR 12-2. Ваck Сар. -.685 .275 .031 X 45 A (1.500 HEX) 501 0119000.06 .875.750 499 32 916 45 SEE VIEW "B" 1.186 061 0 (01.148) 45¢ 035 0100 0050 1 1/8-18 UNEF-2A THD MAJOR DIA 1.1236-1.1149 CHAMFER 45 X 01.000 PITCH DIA 1.0875-1.0828 (0.500) R.031 R.015 VIEW "A" SCALE: 4:1 O.005 A .080 .070 1.500 SEE VIEW "A" 63 30 266 MIN. FULL THD VIEW "B" SCALE: 4:1 .450 1 1/2" HEX BRASS ROD .793 RED 11550-417 701296 MATERIAL DESCRIPTION COLOR CODE SPECIFICATION NUMBER 035 ENGINEER DRAWN 63 15¢ T. TICKLE D. WILLIAMS REGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS CHECKED APPROVED P. KEANE J. OLSEN BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215 THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED ORIGINAL DATE PLOT GENERATED D.125 MAX DIA DRILL SPOT PERMITTED OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: t .015 t .02 04/05 .00 7 90/10 REVISIONS 2 PL. DEC. 3 PL DEC. 4 PL. DEC. ANGLES 1.500 A308, 04/05 AISSUED t 1* BACK CAP CONCENTRICITY .010 FIM FINISH 125 MAX REMOVE BURRS, BREAK SHARP EDGES R.015 MAX DWG SIZE INTERPRET DIMENSIONS & TOLERANCES IAW ASME Y14.5M-1994 DRAWING NO. NOTES: 1. CLEAN PER 11550-118. BR-001784-2 A)-CHANGES 1-GAGES SCALE (2:1)

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Class
Date
Name
Industry Print Exercise 12-2
Refer to the print PR 12-2 and answer the questions below.
on the views of this drawing?
1. How many surface texture symbols have been specified
2. Which surface is to be smoother, the inside of the .500" diameter hole or the 15° tapered conical surface?
3. Which machining process, if any, is specified for the surface texture symbol applied to the 1 5"
diameter face surface?
are the values in microinches or micrometers?
4. For the surface texture symbols indicated on this drawing,
5. What lay symbol is indicated on one of the surface texture symbols?
6. Do any of the surface texture symbols indicate the surface texture should be obtained without
removing material?
Review questions on
previous units:
7. Are there any cutting-plane lines shown on this drawing?
8. What material is specified for this part?
9. What scale are the main views on the original drawing?
10. How many threaded features does this part have?
11. The details are shown in two circles made with what line type?
12. Looking over the entire drawing, how many dimensions are expressed using the limit method?
13. There is a solid, equilateral triangle floating next to some dimension values. What tolerance applies
to those values?
14. What is the maximum diameter of the drill spot that may exist at the bottom of the main hole in this part?
15. In the view that shows the hexagon shape, why is the dimensional value in parentheses?
illcox Co., Inc.

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Class Date Name Industry Print Exercise 12-2 Refer to the print PR 12-2 and answer the questions below. on the views of this drawing? 1. How many surface texture symbols have been specified 2. Which surface is to be smoother, the inside of the .500" diameter hole or the 15° tapered conical surface? 3. Which machining process, if any, is specified for the surface texture symbol applied to the 1 5" diameter face surface? are the values in microinches or micrometers? 4. For the surface texture symbols indicated on this drawing, 5. What lay symbol is indicated on one of the surface texture symbols? 6. Do any of the surface texture symbols indicate the surface texture should be obtained without removing material? Review questions on previous units: 7. Are there any cutting-plane lines shown on this drawing? 8. What material is specified for this part? 9. What scale are the main views on the original drawing? 10. How many threaded features does this part have? 11. The details are shown in two circles made with what line type? 12. Looking over the entire drawing, how many dimensions are expressed using the limit method? 13. There is a solid, equilateral triangle floating next to some dimension values. What tolerance applies to those values? 14. What is the maximum diameter of the drill spot that may exist at the bottom of the main hole in this part? 15. In the view that shows the hexagon shape, why is the dimensional value in parentheses? illcox Co., Inc.

di
n
ht
laphbail
r0
Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products.
PR 12-2. Ваck Сар.
-.685
.275
.031 X 45
A
(1.500 HEX)
501
0119000.06
.875.750 499
32
916
45
SEE VIEW "B"
1.186
061 0
(01.148)
45¢
035
0100
0050
1 1/8-18 UNEF-2A THD
MAJOR DIA 1.1236-1.1149
CHAMFER 45 X 01.000
PITCH DIA 1.0875-1.0828
(0.500) R.031
R.015
VIEW "A"
SCALE: 4:1
O.005 A
.080
.070
1.500
SEE VIEW "A"
63
30
266 MIN. FULL THD
VIEW "B"
SCALE: 4:1
.450
1 1/2" HEX BRASS ROD
.793
RED
11550-417
701296
MATERIAL DESCRIPTION
COLOR CODE
SPECIFICATION
NUMBER
035
ENGINEER
DRAWN
63
15¢
T. TICKLE
D. WILLIAMS
REGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS
CHECKED
APPROVED
P. KEANE
J. OLSEN
BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215
THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED
ORIGINAL DATE
PLOT GENERATED
D.125 MAX DIA
DRILL SPOT PERMITTED
OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
t .015
t .02
04/05
.00
7
90/10
REVISIONS
2 PL. DEC.
3 PL DEC.
4 PL. DEC.
ANGLES
1.500
A308, 04/05
AISSUED
t 1*
BACK CAP
CONCENTRICITY .010 FIM
FINISH 125 MAX
REMOVE BURRS, BREAK
SHARP EDGES R.015 MAX
DWG SIZE
INTERPRET DIMENSIONS &
TOLERANCES IAW
ASME Y14.5M-1994
DRAWING NO.
NOTES:
1. CLEAN PER 11550-118.
BR-001784-2
A)-CHANGES
1-GAGES
SCALE
(2:1)

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di n ht laphbail r0 Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products. PR 12-2. Ваck Сар. -.685 .275 .031 X 45 A (1.500 HEX) 501 0119000.06 .875.750 499 32 916 45 SEE VIEW "B" 1.186 061 0 (01.148) 45¢ 035 0100 0050 1 1/8-18 UNEF-2A THD MAJOR DIA 1.1236-1.1149 CHAMFER 45 X 01.000 PITCH DIA 1.0875-1.0828 (0.500) R.031 R.015 VIEW "A" SCALE: 4:1 O.005 A .080 .070 1.500 SEE VIEW "A" 63 30 266 MIN. FULL THD VIEW "B" SCALE: 4:1 .450 1 1/2" HEX BRASS ROD .793 RED 11550-417 701296 MATERIAL DESCRIPTION COLOR CODE SPECIFICATION NUMBER 035 ENGINEER DRAWN 63 15¢ T. TICKLE D. WILLIAMS REGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS CHECKED APPROVED P. KEANE J. OLSEN BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215 THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED ORIGINAL DATE PLOT GENERATED D.125 MAX DIA DRILL SPOT PERMITTED OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: t .015 t .02 04/05 .00 7 90/10 REVISIONS 2 PL. DEC. 3 PL DEC. 4 PL. DEC. ANGLES 1.500 A308, 04/05 AISSUED t 1* BACK CAP CONCENTRICITY .010 FIM FINISH 125 MAX REMOVE BURRS, BREAK SHARP EDGES R.015 MAX DWG SIZE INTERPRET DIMENSIONS & TOLERANCES IAW ASME Y14.5M-1994 DRAWING NO. NOTES: 1. CLEAN PER 11550-118. BR-001784-2 A)-CHANGES 1-GAGES SCALE (2:1)

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