DateNameIndustry Print Exercise 14-1Refer to the print PR 14-1 and answer the questions below.1. How many columns are featured in the revision history block of this drawing?2. What is the current revision letter assigned to this part?3. What revision specified the surface texture of the tapered portion?4. What are the initials of the person who implemented or approved ECO 68-557?5. Which revision specified the vendor part number of the bushing?6. Revision F changed the maximum axial deflection to .500 at 2000 pounds. What had it been?7. Instead of revision D, E, and F being three letters, what other method of marking could have beenimplemented for these three changes?Review questions based on previous units:8. What is the thread form specified for the internal threaded holes?9. What method was used to show external threads on this part?10. Is this a drawing of multiple parts assembled?11. Does this drawing feature any cutting-plane lines?12. What is the radius of the undercut indicated by a local note?13. What is the maximum material condition diameter of the largest cylindrical feature of this part?14. This drawing has an italic "f" symbol on some surfaces in the left side view. What are these symbols?15. What does the 125 near the check mark at revision A on the tapered surface mean?Inc. Unit 14Drawing Revision Systems29914Print supplied by Clark Equipment CompanyPR 14-1. ASM Silent Block Axle Mounting4.684.622.510.2.4902.5102.4901.0421.0221.0102.3122.2520-1 t.020" B"-12 TAPER PER FOOTGRIND OR MACHINE OPT.AMIN. FLAT.75 BOTH ENDSDDRILL X 45 CHAMFER32HOLE tMUST.28RWTBOTH ENDS.BE 90 t.010 WITH MOUNTINGBOSSESA1252.68+.090005.50(2.18) (1.62) (1.41) 1.0051.2621.2594.264.241722071.09 X 45 CHAMA2.12-0.50 DRILLV.50 FOR ASMOPT. CONST.1-12 UNF-2A, PD.92 .020 THD LENGTH (AMAX. 1.0691MIN. 1.0631"A"A- R MUST BE FREE OF TOOL MARKS-SAE-R630 BHK,Z DOR SAE-R630 BHZ AZ-DENOTESA HIGH MODULUS STOCKE WITH WEATHER RESISTANCE ANDRESISTANCE TO A HYSTERESIS BUILD UPSAE 4140 LEADED C.R.OR STRESSPROOF.62MALLEABLE IRON SAE 32510A DUCTILE 60-45-10 OPT.+.88-1.75-18 UNF-3B, PDV.03 X 30 2 HOLESMAX. .5934MIN. .5889NOTESURFACES "A" & "B" AND "C" & "D" MUSTBE PARALLEL AND IN SAME PLANEDEFLECTION SPEC.:MAX. RADIAL DEFLECTION .050 AT 4000 POUNDSMAX. AXIAL DEFLECTION .500 AT 2000 POUNDSBREAK ALL SHARP CORNERSSIMILAR TO 329676CHG.NO.MICRO UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED MAX.FILMOR 010 INDUSTRIAL TRUCK DIVISIONCLARK EQUIPMENT CO.CHANGESDATEBYVENDORSDAYTON RUBBER COBUSHINGS INC. NO. 3221 CTOL. ON FIN. DIMSALL OTHER DIMENSIONSDO NOT SCALESCALEMATERIALBATTLE CREEK,MICHIGANNOTEDASM SILENT BLOCK20 JAN HT. TREATMENTWAS .250Z NOTE ADDEDD WAS SAE-R-630-BHKZ 23 DEC JCSCNO. ADDEDWAS 1 MIN. THDA ADDED16 JAN JCSAXLE MOUNTING13 JAN JCSHARDNESS20 THRU 50M. BRESSONDATEDATE 12 APRDATEDATEDRAWN FOR68-55767-97167-65122 MAY DRAWN BY16 OCT CHECKED BY26 JUL RELEASED BY16 MAY MB172207111 OCT MBRN67-393

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Industry Print Exercise 14-1
Refer to the print PR 14-1 and answer the questions below.
1. How many columns are featured in the revision history block of this drawing?
2. What is the current revision letter assigned to this part?
3. What revision specified the surface texture of the tapered portion?
4. What are the initials of the person who implemented or approved ECO 68-557?
5. Which revision specified the vendor part number of the bushing?
6. Revision F changed the maximum axial deflection to .500 at 2000 pounds. What had it been?
7. Instead of revision D, E, and F being three letters, what other method of marking could have been
implemented for these three changes?
Review questions based on previous units:
8. What is the thread form specified for the internal threaded holes?
9. What method was used to show external threads on this part?
10. Is this a drawing of multiple parts assembled?
11. Does this drawing feature any cutting-plane lines?
12. What is the radius of the undercut indicated by a local note?
13. What is the maximum material condition diameter of the largest cylindrical feature of this part?
14. This drawing has an italic "f" symbol on some surfaces in the left side view. What are these symbols?
15. What does the 125 near the check mark at revision A on the tapered surface mean?
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Date Name Industry Print Exercise 14-1 Refer to the print PR 14-1 and answer the questions below. 1. How many columns are featured in the revision history block of this drawing? 2. What is the current revision letter assigned to this part? 3. What revision specified the surface texture of the tapered portion? 4. What are the initials of the person who implemented or approved ECO 68-557? 5. Which revision specified the vendor part number of the bushing? 6. Revision F changed the maximum axial deflection to .500 at 2000 pounds. What had it been? 7. Instead of revision D, E, and F being three letters, what other method of marking could have been implemented for these three changes? Review questions based on previous units: 8. What is the thread form specified for the internal threaded holes? 9. What method was used to show external threads on this part? 10. Is this a drawing of multiple parts assembled? 11. Does this drawing feature any cutting-plane lines? 12. What is the radius of the undercut indicated by a local note? 13. What is the maximum material condition diameter of the largest cylindrical feature of this part? 14. This drawing has an italic "f" symbol on some surfaces in the left side view. What are these symbols? 15. What does the 125 near the check mark at revision A on the tapered surface mean? Inc.

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Unit 14
Drawing Revision Systems
299
14
Print supplied by Clark Equipment Company
PR 14-1. ASM Silent Block Axle Mounting
4.68
4.62
2.510.
2.490
2.510
2.490
1.042
1.022
1.010
2.312
2.252
0
-1 t.020
" B"
-12 TAPER PER FOOT
GRIND OR MACHINE OPT.A
MIN. FLAT
.75 BOTH ENDS
DDRILL X 45 CHAMFER
32
HOLE tMUST
.28
RWT
BOTH ENDS.
BE 90 t.010 WITH MOUNTING
BOSSES
A
125
2.68+.09
000
5.50
(2.18) (1.62) (1.41) 1.005
1.262
1.259
4.26
4.24
1722071
.09 X 45 CHAMA
2.12
-0.50 DRILL
V.50 FOR ASM
OPT. CONST.
1-12 UNF-2A, PD
.92 .020 THD LENGTH (A
MAX. 1.0691
MIN. 1.0631
"A"
A
- R MUST BE FREE OF TOOL MARKS
-SAE-R630 BHK,Z D
OR SAE-R630 BHZ A
Z-DENOTESA HIGH MODULUS STOCK
E WITH WEATHER RESISTANCE AND
RESISTANCE TO A HYSTERESIS BUILD UP
SAE 4140 LEADED C.R.
OR STRESSPROOF
.62
MALLEABLE IRON SAE 32510
A DUCTILE 60-45-10 OPT.
+.88
-1.75-
18 UNF-3B, PD
V.03 X 30 2 HOLES
MAX. .5934
MIN. .5889
NOTE
SURFACES "A" & "B" AND "C" & "D" MUST
BE PARALLEL AND IN SAME PLANE
DEFLECTION SPEC.:
MAX. RADIAL DEFLECTION .050 AT 4000 POUNDS
MAX. AXIAL DEFLECTION .500 AT 2000 POUNDS
BREAK ALL SHARP CORNERS
SIMILAR TO 329676
CHG.
NO.
MICRO UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED MAX.
FILM
OR 010 INDUSTRIAL TRUCK DIVISION
CLARK EQUIPMENT CO.
CHANGES
DATE
BY
VENDORS
DAYTON RUBBER CO
BUSHINGS INC. NO. 3221 C
TOL. ON FIN. DIMS
ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS
DO NOT SCALE
SCALE
MATERIAL
BATTLE CREEK,
MICHIGAN
NOTED
ASM SILENT BLOCK
20 JAN HT. TREATMENT
WAS .250
Z NOTE ADDED
D WAS SAE-R-630-BHKZ 23 DEC JCS
CNO. ADDED
WAS 1 MIN. THD
A ADDED
16 JAN JCS
AXLE MOUNTING
13 JAN JCS
HARDNESS
20 THRU 50
M. BRESSON
DATE
DATE 12 APR
DATE
DATE
DRAWN FOR
68-557
67-971
67-651
22 MAY DRAWN BY
16 OCT CHECKED BY
26 JUL RELEASED BY
16 MAY MB
1722071
11 OCT MB
RN67-393
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Unit 14 Drawing Revision Systems 299 14 Print supplied by Clark Equipment Company PR 14-1. ASM Silent Block Axle Mounting 4.68 4.62 2.510. 2.490 2.510 2.490 1.042 1.022 1.010 2.312 2.252 0 -1 t.020 " B" -12 TAPER PER FOOT GRIND OR MACHINE OPT.A MIN. FLAT .75 BOTH ENDS DDRILL X 45 CHAMFER 32 HOLE tMUST .28 RWT BOTH ENDS. BE 90 t.010 WITH MOUNTING BOSSES A 125 2.68+.09 000 5.50 (2.18) (1.62) (1.41) 1.005 1.262 1.259 4.26 4.24 1722071 .09 X 45 CHAMA 2.12 -0.50 DRILL V.50 FOR ASM OPT. CONST. 1-12 UNF-2A, PD .92 .020 THD LENGTH (A MAX. 1.0691 MIN. 1.0631 "A" A - R MUST BE FREE OF TOOL MARKS -SAE-R630 BHK,Z D OR SAE-R630 BHZ A Z-DENOTESA HIGH MODULUS STOCK E WITH WEATHER RESISTANCE AND RESISTANCE TO A HYSTERESIS BUILD UP SAE 4140 LEADED C.R. OR STRESSPROOF .62 MALLEABLE IRON SAE 32510 A DUCTILE 60-45-10 OPT. +.88 -1.75- 18 UNF-3B, PD V.03 X 30 2 HOLES MAX. .5934 MIN. .5889 NOTE SURFACES "A" & "B" AND "C" & "D" MUST BE PARALLEL AND IN SAME PLANE DEFLECTION SPEC.: MAX. RADIAL DEFLECTION .050 AT 4000 POUNDS MAX. AXIAL DEFLECTION .500 AT 2000 POUNDS BREAK ALL SHARP CORNERS SIMILAR TO 329676 CHG. NO. MICRO UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED MAX. FILM OR 010 INDUSTRIAL TRUCK DIVISION CLARK EQUIPMENT CO. CHANGES DATE BY VENDORS DAYTON RUBBER CO BUSHINGS INC. NO. 3221 C TOL. ON FIN. DIMS ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS DO NOT SCALE SCALE MATERIAL BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN NOTED ASM SILENT BLOCK 20 JAN HT. TREATMENT WAS .250 Z NOTE ADDED D WAS SAE-R-630-BHKZ 23 DEC JCS CNO. ADDED WAS 1 MIN. THD A ADDED 16 JAN JCS AXLE MOUNTING 13 JAN JCS HARDNESS 20 THRU 50 M. BRESSON DATE DATE 12 APR DATE DATE DRAWN FOR 68-557 67-971 67-651 22 MAY DRAWN BY 16 OCT CHECKED BY 26 JUL RELEASED BY 16 MAY MB 1722071 11 OCT MB RN67-393

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The given drawing is an assembly of two parts along with some bushing which are shown by the hatched lines.

 Section hatch lines are provided in adjacent parts in opposing directions

-13 TAPER PER FOOT
GRIND OR MACHINE
- oDRILLXx 45 C
BOTH ENDS HOLE
BE 90010 WITH MO
BOSSES
125
-.09 x 45 CHAMO
-1-12 UNF-2A, PD
92 020 THD LENGTH
- Rrk MUST BE FREE OF TOOL MA
-SAE-R630 BHK, Z
OR SAE-R630 BHZ
Z-DENOTES A HIGH MODULLUS STC
WITH WEATHER RESISTANCE AND
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-13 TAPER PER FOOT GRIND OR MACHINE - oDRILLXx 45 C BOTH ENDS HOLE BE 90010 WITH MO BOSSES 125 -.09 x 45 CHAMO -1-12 UNF-2A, PD 92 020 THD LENGTH - Rrk MUST BE FREE OF TOOL MA -SAE-R630 BHK, Z OR SAE-R630 BHZ Z-DENOTES A HIGH MODULLUS STC WITH WEATHER RESISTANCE AND

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Cutting plane lines-These are two perpendicular lines with arrows which show direction of the interior of the object which should be viewed. These lines run thr...

CUTTING PLANE LINE
16
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