Print Reading for Industry430ClassNameDateIndustry Print Exercise 22-1Refer to the print PR 22-1 and answer the questions below.1. What is the total number of parts required to make the welded assembly?2. How many welding symbols are on the print?3. How many different types of welds are specified on the print and what are they?4. For the weld between parts TP1 and TP2, what does the 3 mean?5. What standard should be used to interpret the weld symbols on this print?6. As indicated by the welding symbols, are the welds to be made on the near side, far side, or both sides?7. What note is found in the tail of the welding symbol?8. Are any field welds indicated?Review questions based on previous units:9. What is the hole diameter for the small hole located on part AAA316FTP2?10. What is the largest diameter on this assembly?11. What geometric tolerancing controls are used on this print?12. What is the name of this part?13. What is the smoothest surface finish specified on this print?14. In the local note for the holes marked M6, what does B.C. stand for?15. As shown in the sectional side view, what is the total depth of this welded part?Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. Unit 22Welding Prints4AAA316FTPDWG22831+0,34322TZblowE0OOØ125H7bi lodmØ140Su9.5e0 oPR 22-1. Bracket Mounting.Print supplied by United Technologies Otis.Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.120-400t0,350-1203-6 6-30ANGLE (shor ler side length) O,5-10 10-50ALL DIMENSIONS METRIC30-120120-315O.5-3A OLERANCE3-6 6-30 30 120 120 315 315 10000 1000-2000 RAD. /CHAN 0.5-340.2 0.5+8TOLERANCE+ 0,8 t0,+0.8 1,2+3TOLERANCE 0.2+ 224NOTES:TOLERANCE6,3ALL OVER EXCEPT AS NOTED.2. BREAK ALL SHARP CORNERS RO, I15FIT125H70.04003. WELD SYMBOLS IN ACCORDANCE WI TH ISO 2553.0.03393061DATEPARTASSEMBLY OFAAA316FTPI01-60AAA316FTP2AAA316FTP3BAAA316FTP4AAA316FTPI, (4)AAA316FTP2, AAA316FTP3541534.0.920(4)M5 x 10 DEEP-EQUALLY SPACED06(4)M5 THRU-ON 105 B.CEQUALLY SPACED9AAA316FTPI9 1O0.05 C(2)M6 THRU-ON A 208 B.CTYP ICAL4cAAA316FTP3(6)7 THRU-ON 208 B.CEQUALLY SPACED34,15TYPICALSEE NOTE 345126,35I x 45CHAMFERQ.025 BA-AAAA316FTP2-CHANGESAAA316FTPSINLBRACKET, MOUNTINGDWGOLIVEREO T0 OTNERS ON THE EIPRLSS CONDITIO THAOTIS ENGINEERINGCENTERFARMINGTONPARTCTww eti10nnAN SANDINAAA21 430E0RAN W.KINGORIGINAL DATENO 01sn is81UNITED2 TAPPO J. L.H.ORDER PCAF 2 72101-60SHEETS3OTISSHEETMICROFILM 24:1CAD GENERATED

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I need answers to parts 4, 5, and 6, pertaining to the print provided.

Print Reading for Industry
430
Class
Name
Date
Industry Print Exercise 22-1
Refer to the print PR 22-1 and answer the questions below.
1. What is the total number of parts required to make the welded assembly?
2. How many welding symbols are on the print?
3. How many different types of welds are specified on the print and what are they?
4. For the weld between parts TP1 and TP2, what does the 3 mean?
5. What standard should be used to interpret the weld symbols on this print?
6. As indicated by the welding symbols, are the welds to be made on the near side, far side, or both sides?
7. What note is found in the tail of the welding symbol?
8. Are any field welds indicated?
Review questions based on previous units:
9. What is the hole diameter for the small hole located on part AAA316FTP2?
10. What is the largest diameter on this assembly?
11. What geometric tolerancing controls are used on this print?
12. What is the name of this part?
13. What is the smoothest surface finish specified on this print?
14. In the local note for the holes marked M6, what does B.C. stand for?
15. As shown in the sectional side view, what is the total depth of this welded part?
Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.
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Print Reading for Industry 430 Class Name Date Industry Print Exercise 22-1 Refer to the print PR 22-1 and answer the questions below. 1. What is the total number of parts required to make the welded assembly? 2. How many welding symbols are on the print? 3. How many different types of welds are specified on the print and what are they? 4. For the weld between parts TP1 and TP2, what does the 3 mean? 5. What standard should be used to interpret the weld symbols on this print? 6. As indicated by the welding symbols, are the welds to be made on the near side, far side, or both sides? 7. What note is found in the tail of the welding symbol? 8. Are any field welds indicated? Review questions based on previous units: 9. What is the hole diameter for the small hole located on part AAA316FTP2? 10. What is the largest diameter on this assembly? 11. What geometric tolerancing controls are used on this print? 12. What is the name of this part? 13. What is the smoothest surface finish specified on this print? 14. In the local note for the holes marked M6, what does B.C. stand for? 15. As shown in the sectional side view, what is the total depth of this welded part? Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.

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Unit 22
Welding Prints
4
AAA316FTP
DWG
228
31
+0,3
43
22
TZ
blow
E0OO
Ø125H7
bi lodm
Ø140
Su
9.5
e
0 o
PR 22-1. Bracket Mounting.
Print supplied by United Technologies Otis.
Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.
120-400
t0,3
50-120
3-6 6-30
ANGLE (shor ler side length) O,5-10 10-50
ALL DIMENSIONS METRIC
30-120
120-315
O.5-3
A OLERANCE
3-6 6-30 30 120 120 315 315 10000 1000-2000 RAD. /CHAN 0.5-3
40.2 0.5
+8
TOLERANCE
+ 0,8 t0,
+0.8 1,2
+3
TOLERANCE 0.2
+ 2
24
NOTES:
TOLERANCE
6,3
ALL OVER EXCEPT AS NOTED.
2. BREAK ALL SHARP CORNERS RO, I15
FIT
125H7
0.040
0
3. WELD SYMBOLS IN ACCORDANCE WI TH ISO 2553.
0.033
93061
DATE
PART
ASSEMBLY OF
AAA316FTPI
01-60
AAA316FTP2
AAA316FTP3
B
AAA316FTP4
AAA316FTPI, (4)AAA316FTP2, AAA316FTP3
54
15
34
.0.9
20
(4)M5 x 10 DEEP-
EQUALLY SPACED
06
(4)M5 THRU-
ON 105 B.C
EQUALLY SPACED
9
AAA316FTPI
9 1
O0.05 C
(2)M6 THRU-
ON A 208 B.C
TYP ICAL
4c
AAA316FTP3
(6)7 THRU-
ON 208 B.C
EQUALLY SPACED
3
4,15
TYPICAL
SEE NOTE 3
4512
6,35
I x 45
CHAMFER
Q.025 B
A-A
AAA316FTP2-
CHANGES
AAA316FTP
SINL
BRACKET, MOUNTING
DWG
OLIVEREO T0 OTNERS ON THE EIPRLSS CONDITIO THA
OTIS ENGINEERING
CENTER
FARMINGTON
PART
CT
ww eti10nn
AN SANDIN
AAA21 430E
0RAN W.KING
ORIGINAL DATE
NO 01sn is81
UNITED
2 T
APPO J. L.H.
ORDER PCAF 2 721
01-60
SHEETS
3
OTIS
SHEET
MICROFILM 24:1
CAD GENERATED
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Unit 22 Welding Prints 4 AAA316FTP DWG 228 31 +0,3 43 22 TZ blow E0OO Ø125H7 bi lodm Ø140 Su 9.5 e 0 o PR 22-1. Bracket Mounting. Print supplied by United Technologies Otis. Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. 120-400 t0,3 50-120 3-6 6-30 ANGLE (shor ler side length) O,5-10 10-50 ALL DIMENSIONS METRIC 30-120 120-315 O.5-3 A OLERANCE 3-6 6-30 30 120 120 315 315 10000 1000-2000 RAD. /CHAN 0.5-3 40.2 0.5 +8 TOLERANCE + 0,8 t0, +0.8 1,2 +3 TOLERANCE 0.2 + 2 24 NOTES: TOLERANCE 6,3 ALL OVER EXCEPT AS NOTED. 2. BREAK ALL SHARP CORNERS RO, I15 FIT 125H7 0.040 0 3. WELD SYMBOLS IN ACCORDANCE WI TH ISO 2553. 0.033 93061 DATE PART ASSEMBLY OF AAA316FTPI 01-60 AAA316FTP2 AAA316FTP3 B AAA316FTP4 AAA316FTPI, (4)AAA316FTP2, AAA316FTP3 54 15 34 .0.9 20 (4)M5 x 10 DEEP- EQUALLY SPACED 06 (4)M5 THRU- ON 105 B.C EQUALLY SPACED 9 AAA316FTPI 9 1 O0.05 C (2)M6 THRU- ON A 208 B.C TYP ICAL 4c AAA316FTP3 (6)7 THRU- ON 208 B.C EQUALLY SPACED 3 4,15 TYPICAL SEE NOTE 3 4512 6,35 I x 45 CHAMFER Q.025 B A-A AAA316FTP2- CHANGES AAA316FTP SINL BRACKET, MOUNTING DWG OLIVEREO T0 OTNERS ON THE EIPRLSS CONDITIO THA OTIS ENGINEERING CENTER FARMINGTON PART CT ww eti10nn AN SANDIN AAA21 430E 0RAN W.KING ORIGINAL DATE NO 01sn is81 UNITED 2 T APPO J. L.H. ORDER PCAF 2 721 01-60 SHEETS 3 OTIS SHEET MICROFILM 24:1 CAD GENERATED

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For the weld between parts TP1 and TP2, 3 means weld symbols in accordance with ISO 2553.

NOTES:
ALL OVER EXCEPT AS NOTED
I.
2. BREAK ALL SHARP CORNERS RO, 15.
AAA316FTPI
3. WELD SYMBOLS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ISO 2553
O0.05 C
3
TYPICAL
AAA316FTP3
2 X
3
TYPICAL
EE NOTE 3
6,35
125H7
22
+0,3
0
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NOTES: ALL OVER EXCEPT AS NOTED I. 2. BREAK ALL SHARP CORNERS RO, 15. AAA316FTPI 3. WELD SYMBOLS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ISO 2553 O0.05 C 3 TYPICAL AAA316FTP3 2 X 3 TYPICAL EE NOTE 3 6,35 125H7 22 +0,3 0

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