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Print Reading for Industry250ClassDateNameIndustry Print Exercise 12-1Refer to the print PR 12-1 and answer the questions below.1. How many surface texture symbols are there on the views of this drawing?2. The two face surfaces perpendicular to the axis of this part that have surface texture specificationmicroinches or smoother.should have a surface texture of3. For the surface texture symbols that have a horizontal bar, what does the .05 indicate?on the two flat surfaces be in4. According to the lay symbols shown in the round view, should the laythe same direction as the axis of the cylinder or perpendicular to the axis?5. What surface texture value should be applied to all surfaces not specified on the drawing views?Review questions based on previous units:6. What scale are the views on the original drawing for this print?7. For the fractional dimensions, what tolerances should be applied?8. What is the part name?9. Are there any section lines on this drawing?10. What type of section view is used in this drawing?11. What is the pitch of the external thread?12. How are the threads represented?13. Why is the countersink hole on the right end not dimensioned?14. There is a limit-method dimension labeled P.D. What does P.D. stand for?15. What is the MMC of the counterbore diameter?Inc. DWG. NO.11180A-19110012oe & al ectTPrint supplied by Motorola, InPR 12-1. Ram Adapter.E.C.O.ENG'RLET.CHANGEBYDATEL.F.R.RELEASEDRICHARDSON4/15.001 A32316-SMALL NECK32-CENTER PERMISSIBLE.05T0+-1/16+.0005D.7501-00001:116ACROSS FLATS+왕이16.05A12-12 UNF-2A THREADP.D. 1.06911.0631-13 UNC-2BTO DEPTH SHOWN -O.002 AMATERIAL SPEC.NO.ITEMMATERIAL SPECIFICATION LISTREQ'DCARPENTER 610UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED TITLEHEAT TREATRMSALL MACHINEDSURFACESHARDEN& DRAW R/C 58-6063RAM ADAPTER1."ANY SPECIFICATIONS, DRAWINGS OR REPRINTS,OR DATA FURNISHED TO BIDDER OR SELLERSHALL REMAIN MOTOROLA'S PROPERTY, SHALL BEKEPT CONFIDENTIAL, SHALL BE USED FOR THEPURPOSE OF COMPLYING WITH MOTOROLA'SREQUESTS FOR QUOTATION OR WITH MOTOROLAPURCHASE ORDERS AND SHALL BE RETURNED ATMOTOROLA'S REQUEST. PATENT RIGHTSEMBODIED IN DESIGNS, TOOLS, PATTERNS,DRAWINGS, DEVICES, INFORMATION ANDEQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY MOTOROLA PURSUANTTO THIS REQUEST FOR QUOTATION OR PURCHASEORDER AND EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS FOR THE USE INREPRODUCTION THEREOF ARE RESERVED BYMOTOROLA."APPLIED FINISHBLACK OXIDE PER2. FRACTIONAL3. DEC. TOL1/64FOR 2 STRIP 40 CAVITY MOLDMIL-C-13924B CLASS IIt.005REQ'D USED ONREQ'D USED ON4. ANGULAR TOL. tMOTOROLA INC.5. FEATURE CONTROL SYMBOLSPER MIL-STD-8CURRENT REV.Semiconductor Product Division1 / 1 180A5005 EAST MCDOWELL ROAD, PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85008DRAWN BYL. RICHARDSON6. BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES &CORNERS, REMOVE BURRS.DATE4-15SCALEDWG. NO.7. UNDERLINED DIMS NOT TOSCALE1/01 180A-19CHECKED BYAPPROVED BYFULLL. RICHARDSON9-9

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I need help solving problems 4, 5, and 6 pertaining to the print attached below

Print Reading for Industry
250
Class
Date
Name
Industry Print Exercise 12-1
Refer to the print PR 12-1 and answer the questions below.
1. How many surface texture symbols are there on the views of this drawing?
2. The two face surfaces perpendicular to the axis of this part that have surface texture specification
microinches or smoother.
should have a surface texture of
3. For the surface texture symbols that have a horizontal bar, what does the .05 indicate?
on the two flat surfaces be in
4. According to the lay symbols shown in the round view, should the lay
the same direction as the axis of the cylinder or perpendicular to the axis?
5. What surface texture value should be applied to all surfaces not specified on the drawing views?
Review questions based on previous units:
6. What scale are the views on the original drawing for this print?
7. For the fractional dimensions, what tolerances should be applied?
8. What is the part name?
9. Are there any section lines on this drawing?
10. What type of section view is used in this drawing?
11. What is the pitch of the external thread?
12. How are the threads represented?
13. Why is the countersink hole on the right end not dimensioned?
14. There is a limit-method dimension labeled P.D. What does P.D. stand for?
15. What is the MMC of the counterbore diameter?
Inc.
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Print Reading for Industry 250 Class Date Name Industry Print Exercise 12-1 Refer to the print PR 12-1 and answer the questions below. 1. How many surface texture symbols are there on the views of this drawing? 2. The two face surfaces perpendicular to the axis of this part that have surface texture specification microinches or smoother. should have a surface texture of 3. For the surface texture symbols that have a horizontal bar, what does the .05 indicate? on the two flat surfaces be in 4. According to the lay symbols shown in the round view, should the lay the same direction as the axis of the cylinder or perpendicular to the axis? 5. What surface texture value should be applied to all surfaces not specified on the drawing views? Review questions based on previous units: 6. What scale are the views on the original drawing for this print? 7. For the fractional dimensions, what tolerances should be applied? 8. What is the part name? 9. Are there any section lines on this drawing? 10. What type of section view is used in this drawing? 11. What is the pitch of the external thread? 12. How are the threads represented? 13. Why is the countersink hole on the right end not dimensioned? 14. There is a limit-method dimension labeled P.D. What does P.D. stand for? 15. What is the MMC of the counterbore diameter? Inc.

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DWG. NO.
11180A-19
1100
12
oe & al ectT
Print supplied by Motorola, In
PR 12-1. Ram Adapter.
E.C.O.
ENG'R
LET.
CHANGE
BY
DATE
L.F.R.
RELEASED
RICHARDSON4/15
.001 A
32
3
16
-SMALL NECK
32
-CENTER PERMISSIBLE
.05
T
0+
-1/16
+.0005
D.7501-0000
1:
116
ACROSS FLATS
+
왕이
16.05
A
12-12 UNF-2A THREAD
P.D. 1.0691
1.0631
-13 UNC-2B
TO DEPTH SHOWN -
O.002 A
MATERIAL SPEC.
NO.
ITEM
MATERIAL SPECIFICATION LIST
REQ'D
CARPENTER 610
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED TITLE
HEAT TREAT
RMS
ALL MACHINED
SURFACES
HARDEN& DRAW R/C 58-60
63
RAM ADAPTER
1.
"ANY SPECIFICATIONS, DRAWINGS OR REPRINTS,
OR DATA FURNISHED TO BIDDER OR SELLER
SHALL REMAIN MOTOROLA'S PROPERTY, SHALL BE
KEPT CONFIDENTIAL, SHALL BE USED FOR THE
PURPOSE OF COMPLYING WITH MOTOROLA'S
REQUESTS FOR QUOTATION OR WITH MOTOROLA
PURCHASE ORDERS AND SHALL BE RETURNED AT
MOTOROLA'S REQUEST. PATENT RIGHTS
EMBODIED IN DESIGNS, TOOLS, PATTERNS,
DRAWINGS, DEVICES, INFORMATION AND
EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY MOTOROLA PURSUANT
TO THIS REQUEST FOR QUOTATION OR PURCHASE
ORDER AND EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS FOR THE USE IN
REPRODUCTION THEREOF ARE RESERVED BY
MOTOROLA."
APPLIED FINISH
BLACK OXIDE PER
2. FRACTIONAL
3. DEC. TOL
1/64
FOR 2 STRIP 40 CAVITY MOLD
MIL-C-13924B CLASS II
t.005
REQ'D USED ON
REQ'D USED ON
4. ANGULAR TOL. t
MOTOROLA INC.
5. FEATURE CONTROL SYMBOLS
PER MIL-STD-8
CURRENT REV.
Semiconductor Product Division
1 / 1 180A
5005 EAST MCDOWELL ROAD, PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85008
DRAWN BY
L. RICHARDSON
6. BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES &
CORNERS, REMOVE BURRS.
DATE
4-15
SCALE
DWG. NO.
7. UNDERLINED DIMS NOT TO
SCALE
1/01 180A-19
CHECKED BY
APPROVED BY
FULL
L. RICHARDSON
9-9
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DWG. NO. 11180A-19 1100 12 oe & al ectT Print supplied by Motorola, In PR 12-1. Ram Adapter. E.C.O. ENG'R LET. CHANGE BY DATE L.F.R. RELEASED RICHARDSON4/15 .001 A 32 3 16 -SMALL NECK 32 -CENTER PERMISSIBLE .05 T 0+ -1/16 +.0005 D.7501-0000 1: 116 ACROSS FLATS + 왕이 16.05 A 12-12 UNF-2A THREAD P.D. 1.0691 1.0631 -13 UNC-2B TO DEPTH SHOWN - O.002 A MATERIAL SPEC. NO. ITEM MATERIAL SPECIFICATION LIST REQ'D CARPENTER 610 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED TITLE HEAT TREAT RMS ALL MACHINED SURFACES HARDEN& DRAW R/C 58-60 63 RAM ADAPTER 1. "ANY SPECIFICATIONS, DRAWINGS OR REPRINTS, OR DATA FURNISHED TO BIDDER OR SELLER SHALL REMAIN MOTOROLA'S PROPERTY, SHALL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL, SHALL BE USED FOR THE PURPOSE OF COMPLYING WITH MOTOROLA'S REQUESTS FOR QUOTATION OR WITH MOTOROLA PURCHASE ORDERS AND SHALL BE RETURNED AT MOTOROLA'S REQUEST. PATENT RIGHTS EMBODIED IN DESIGNS, TOOLS, PATTERNS, DRAWINGS, DEVICES, INFORMATION AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY MOTOROLA PURSUANT TO THIS REQUEST FOR QUOTATION OR PURCHASE ORDER AND EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS FOR THE USE IN REPRODUCTION THEREOF ARE RESERVED BY MOTOROLA." APPLIED FINISH BLACK OXIDE PER 2. FRACTIONAL 3. DEC. TOL 1/64 FOR 2 STRIP 40 CAVITY MOLD MIL-C-13924B CLASS II t.005 REQ'D USED ON REQ'D USED ON 4. ANGULAR TOL. t MOTOROLA INC. 5. FEATURE CONTROL SYMBOLS PER MIL-STD-8 CURRENT REV. Semiconductor Product Division 1 / 1 180A 5005 EAST MCDOWELL ROAD, PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85008 DRAWN BY L. RICHARDSON 6. BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES & CORNERS, REMOVE BURRS. DATE 4-15 SCALE DWG. NO. 7. UNDERLINED DIMS NOT TO SCALE 1/01 180A-19 CHECKED BY APPROVED BY FULL L. RICHARDSON 9-9

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Step 1

The lay indicated must be perpendicular to the indicated lines i.e. perpendicular to the paper. So the axis is also perpendicular to the paper hence the lay will be parallel to the axis of the cylinder.

Step 2

From the drawing, surface texture values applied to al...

NO.
ITEM
REQ'D
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
RMS
ALL MACHINED
SURFACES
63/
1/64
2. FRACTIONAL
3. DEC. TOL
t.005
4. ANGULAR TOL.±3
5. FEATURE CONTROL SYMBOLS
PER MIL-STD-8
CURRENT REV
6. BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES &
CORNERS, REMOVE BURRS.
7. UNDERLINED DIMS NOT TO
SCALE
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NO. ITEM REQ'D UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED RMS ALL MACHINED SURFACES 63/ 1/64 2. FRACTIONAL 3. DEC. TOL t.005 4. ANGULAR TOL.±3 5. FEATURE CONTROL SYMBOLS PER MIL-STD-8 CURRENT REV 6. BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES & CORNERS, REMOVE BURRS. 7. UNDERLINED DIMS NOT TO SCALE

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