The Mechanical Engineering Drawing Desk Reference:
About the Author:-
The Mechanical Engineering Drawing Desk Reference – Paul Green was an American playwright best known for his depictions of life in North Carolina. Green served as a professor of drama at UNC until his death in 1981. His best-known play, In Abraham’s Bosom, concerned a man’s attempt to establish a school for his fellow blacks; it was produced at the Provincetown Playhouse, New York City, and was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1927. During the Great Depression Green’s work took on a stronger note of social protest. Among his plays from this period is Hymn to the Rising Sun, about a chain gang, and Johnny Johnson, an Expressionistic, episodic antiwar play for which Kurt Weill wrote the music; both plays were first performed in 1936.
About This Book:
The complete day-to-day mechanical engineering drawing reference guide. Focusing on the technical drawing aspect of mechanical engineering design, the book shows exactly how to create technical drawings to a professional standard. The book has been created to the latest ISO (The International Organization for Standardization) drawing standards, the worldwide federation of national standards bodies. This makes the book invaluable for anyone creating or interpreting technical drawings throughout the world. Essential for designers, draftsmen, CAD users, engineers, technicians, inspection and workshop professionals, engineering students, hobbyists and inventors. · ‘As drawn’ dimensioning examples given in all sections of the book · 2D and 3D graphics throughout · Simply arranged and quick to use.