Industry Print Exercise 15-1einRefer to the print PR 15-1 and answer the questions below.1. Is this a detail drawing of just one part?2. What material is specified for this part?3. Is this drawing a casting drawing?4. What are the overall dimensions of this part (diameter x length)?5. Several of the dimensions must be checked with gages. How does the inspector know which gage tfor which dimension?Review questions based on previous units:6. What process is to be used to create the hexagon shaped cavity?7. What is the name of this part?8. What surface texture (in microinches) is specified for the cylindrical surface with a maximummaterial condition of 1.250"?9. How many threaded holes are there on this part?10. Why is the 1.50" diameter a reference dimension?11. How many dimensions are expressed using the limit method?12. How many times is the countersink symbol used in this drawing?13. Is the sectional view a full section or a half section?14. What is the primary description of revision A?15. What tolerance applies to the 20° angle specified in the detail view?Inc Detail DrawingsUnit 15317101.5300.906 BOREPRIOR TO BROACHINGIS PERMISSIBLE.093.362.212 (1112.15090 X 1.0633.575615'32/752.75013)78.885.8801.2501.245НЕХ(01.50)1.020$1.32532/BLEND032015SEE VIEW "A"20°60°4.0942.966.956.812dool Tla oooomVIEW "A"SCALE: 2:19951.7401 1/2 RD BRASS RODRED11550-417701240A-CHANGES1-GAGESCOLOR CODENUMBERMATERIAL DESCRIPTIONSPECIFICATIONDRAWNENGINEERREGO® CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTST. TICKLEP. KEANECHECKEDAPPROVEDBURLINGTON, N.C. 27215D. WILLIAMSJ. OLSENORIGINAL DATEPLOT GENERATED:THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVEDUNLESSOTHERWISE SPECIFIED:05/1009/28t 015t 02t .005t .0005t 1°TITLE:REVISIONS2 PL. DEC.3 PL DEC.4 PL DEC.ANGLESREV & MFBONNET SLEEVEA195, 04/15REV&REDRAWNACONCENTRICITY .010 FIMFINISH 125 MAXREMOVE BURRS, BREAKSHARP EDGES R.015 MAXINTERPRET DIMENSIONS &TOLERANCES AWASME Y14.5M-1994DWG SIZEDRAWING NOA009550-3SCALE(1:1)Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products.PR 15-1. Bonnet SleeveCopyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.

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Industry Print Exercise 15-1
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Refer to the print PR 15-1 and answer the questions below.
1. Is this a detail drawing of just one part?
2. What material is specified for this part?
3. Is this drawing a casting drawing?
4. What are the overall dimensions of this part (diameter x length)?
5. Several of the dimensions must be checked with gages. How does the inspector know which gage t
for which dimension?
Review questions based on previous units:
6. What process is to be used to create the hexagon shaped cavity?
7. What is the name of this part?
8. What surface texture (in microinches) is specified for the cylindrical surface with a maximum
material condition of 1.250"?
9. How many threaded holes are there on this part?
10. Why is the 1.50" diameter a reference dimension?
11. How many dimensions are expressed using the limit method?
12. How many times is the countersink symbol used in this drawing?
13. Is the sectional view a full section or a half section?
14. What is the primary description of revision A?
15. What tolerance applies to the 20° angle specified in the detail view?
Inc
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Industry Print Exercise 15-1 ein Refer to the print PR 15-1 and answer the questions below. 1. Is this a detail drawing of just one part? 2. What material is specified for this part? 3. Is this drawing a casting drawing? 4. What are the overall dimensions of this part (diameter x length)? 5. Several of the dimensions must be checked with gages. How does the inspector know which gage t for which dimension? Review questions based on previous units: 6. What process is to be used to create the hexagon shaped cavity? 7. What is the name of this part? 8. What surface texture (in microinches) is specified for the cylindrical surface with a maximum material condition of 1.250"? 9. How many threaded holes are there on this part? 10. Why is the 1.50" diameter a reference dimension? 11. How many dimensions are expressed using the limit method? 12. How many times is the countersink symbol used in this drawing? 13. Is the sectional view a full section or a half section? 14. What is the primary description of revision A? 15. What tolerance applies to the 20° angle specified in the detail view? Inc

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Detail Drawings
Unit 15
317
10
1.530
0.906 BORE
PRIOR TO BROACHING
IS PERMISSIBLE
.093
.362
.212 (11
12
.150
90 X 1.063
3
.575
6
15'
32/
752
.750
13)
7
8
.885
.880
1.250
1.245
НЕХ
(01.50)
1.020
$1.325
32/
BLEND
032
015
SEE VIEW "A"
20°
60°
4
.094
2
.966
.956
.812
dool Tla oooom
VIEW "A"
SCALE: 2:1
99
5
1.740
1 1/2 RD BRASS ROD
RED
11550-417
701240
A-CHANGES
1-GAGES
COLOR CODE
NUMBER
MATERIAL DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
DRAWN
ENGINEER
REGO® CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS
T. TICKLE
P. KEANE
CHECKED
APPROVED
BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215
D. WILLIAMS
J. OLSEN
ORIGINAL DATE
PLOT GENERATED:
THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED
UNLESS
OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
05/10
09/28
t 015
t 02
t .005
t .0005
t 1°
TITLE:
REVISIONS
2 PL. DEC.
3 PL DEC.
4 PL DEC.
ANGLES
REV & MF
BONNET SLEEVE
A195, 04/15
REV&REDRAWN
A
CONCENTRICITY .010 FIM
FINISH 125 MAX
REMOVE BURRS, BREAK
SHARP EDGES R.015 MAX
INTERPRET DIMENSIONS &
TOLERANCES AW
ASME Y14.5M-1994
DWG SIZE
DRAWING NO
A
009550-3
SCALE
(1:1)
Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products.
PR 15-1. Bonnet Sleeve
Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.
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Detail Drawings Unit 15 317 10 1.530 0.906 BORE PRIOR TO BROACHING IS PERMISSIBLE .093 .362 .212 (11 12 .150 90 X 1.063 3 .575 6 15' 32/ 752 .750 13) 7 8 .885 .880 1.250 1.245 НЕХ (01.50) 1.020 $1.325 32/ BLEND 032 015 SEE VIEW "A" 20° 60° 4 .094 2 .966 .956 .812 dool Tla oooom VIEW "A" SCALE: 2:1 99 5 1.740 1 1/2 RD BRASS ROD RED 11550-417 701240 A-CHANGES 1-GAGES COLOR CODE NUMBER MATERIAL DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION DRAWN ENGINEER REGO® CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS T. TICKLE P. KEANE CHECKED APPROVED BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215 D. WILLIAMS J. OLSEN ORIGINAL DATE PLOT GENERATED: THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: 05/10 09/28 t 015 t 02 t .005 t .0005 t 1° TITLE: REVISIONS 2 PL. DEC. 3 PL DEC. 4 PL DEC. ANGLES REV & MF BONNET SLEEVE A195, 04/15 REV&REDRAWN A CONCENTRICITY .010 FIM FINISH 125 MAX REMOVE BURRS, BREAK SHARP EDGES R.015 MAX INTERPRET DIMENSIONS & TOLERANCES AW ASME Y14.5M-1994 DWG SIZE DRAWING NO A 009550-3 SCALE (1:1) Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products. PR 15-1. Bonnet Sleeve Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.

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Step 1

13.

A full section results when the cutting plane is completely passed through a part feature.

Hence, the given part feat having a full sectional view.

Step 2

14.

The primary description of re...

A 195, 04/15, Rev & Redrawn.
The particular details of the part features are enlarged and redraw as shown below:
032
Rö15
20
.812
VIEW "A"
SCALE: 2:1
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A 195, 04/15, Rev & Redrawn. The particular details of the part features are enlarged and redraw as shown below: 032 Rö15 20 .812 VIEW "A" SCALE: 2:1

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