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TEST CODE 01347022

FORM TP 2017120 MAY/JUNE 2017

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE@
EXAMINATION
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION B _ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 02 - Technical Proficiency

2 hours 40 minutes

24 MAY 2017 (p.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1 Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method


Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and T:square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method


Aminimum of three sheets of size ll" x lT" paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

NOTE ALL solutions to questions attempted for this CAD Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

J When first angle or third angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candidate's
discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. Each candidate should use hislher own judgement to supply any dimension or detail not directly
shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter hislher school code and registration number in the appropriate space
at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

ffi DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

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This paper consists of TWO questions in TWO sections: Section I, Assembly Drawing and
Section II, Sketch and Design. Answer BOTH questions.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Ttaditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

SECTION I _ASSEMBLY DRAWING

Do NOT spend more than t hour 30 minutes on this section.

1. Figure 1, on the enclosed sheet, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of the
parts that make up a gland assembly. In assembly, the bush (3) and gland packing (5) are seated
inside the body (1). The shaft (7) is then inserted into the body from above and seated in the
packing gland. The two Ml2 hexagonal studs (4) are screwed in the M12 holes on the body. The
gland is placed onto the body and secured in place by two MlZhexagonal nuts (6).

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE,in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the assembly:

(i) Aplan. Show all hidden details.

(iD A full sectional front elevation on cutting plane "XX".

(b) Show SIX main dimensions to include a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title, "Gland Assembly", afld the scale used. Show the projection method used
by symbol.

Note: All fillet radii are 3 mm


Total90 marks

SECTION II _ SI(ETCHAND DESIGN

Do NOT spend more than 30 minutes on this section.

2. Figure 2, on the enclosed sheet, shows the plan and two elevations of a locating bracket drawn
in first-angle orthographic projection. Make an isometric drawing, FULL SIZE, of the locating
bracket with'A'as its lowest point. Total30 marks

END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECI( YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

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