IT VIVCH Print Reading for Industry 228 Class Date Name Review Activity 11-2 For each local note or callout given on the next page, use lettering to put the notes into words that example has been done for you. Also refer to Figure 11-5 as needed. can read. An you 1. Two .500" diameter holes, .375" deep. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8A 9- 10. nheart-Willcox Co, In Unit 11 Machining Specifications and Drawing Notes 229 - 2X .500 V.375 1. 2. D.250 V1.000 VØ.375 X 82' ubt 3. 4. Ø.750 THRU U01.250 V.375 SR.562 10 5. 6. .250 X 45 2X Ø.750 V1.500 LI01.000 V.250 L01.250 V.125 8 7. 4X .562 THRU SFIØ.625 .250 10. 9. 5X Ø.500, EQUALLY SPACED D.500 THRU 90 V.125 Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.

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IT VIVCH
Print Reading for Industry
228
Class
Date
Name
Review Activity 11-2
For each local note or callout given on the next page, use lettering to put the notes into words that
example has been done for you. Also refer to Figure 11-5 as needed.
can read. An
you
1. Two .500" diameter holes, .375" deep.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8A
9-
10.
nheart-Willcox Co, In

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IT VIVCH Print Reading for Industry 228 Class Date Name Review Activity 11-2 For each local note or callout given on the next page, use lettering to put the notes into words that example has been done for you. Also refer to Figure 11-5 as needed. can read. An you 1. Two .500" diameter holes, .375" deep. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8A 9- 10. nheart-Willcox Co, In

Unit 11
Machining Specifications and Drawing Notes
229
- 2X .500 V.375
1.
2.
D.250 V1.000
VØ.375 X 82'
ubt
3.
4.
Ø.750 THRU
U01.250 V.375
SR.562
10
5.
6.
.250 X 45
2X Ø.750 V1.500
LI01.000 V.250
L01.250 V.125
8
7.
4X .562 THRU
SFIØ.625
.250
10.
9.
5X Ø.500, EQUALLY
SPACED
D.500 THRU
90 V.125
Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.

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Unit 11 Machining Specifications and Drawing Notes 229 - 2X .500 V.375 1. 2. D.250 V1.000 VØ.375 X 82' ubt 3. 4. Ø.750 THRU U01.250 V.375 SR.562 10 5. 6. .250 X 45 2X Ø.750 V1.500 LI01.000 V.250 L01.250 V.125 8 7. 4X .562 THRU SFIØ.625 .250 10. 9. 5X Ø.500, EQUALLY SPACED D.500 THRU 90 V.125 Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.

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