Worked examples in machine drawing

31

139

φ 10
R10 30° R10

15

φ 10

R4

6

R9 R4

40

75

94

25 4–Ø8 holes

62 38 1 Clamp base

6

M10 × 1.5 × 15 deep

17°

R50

6

54

106

26

82

12

φ10
19

R19

6

φ10
25 15 31
15 R12 22 25 93

34

φ19

φ3

3

38

Braze Ø10 ROD 3 Cam plate

φ6
89

14

65

φ 19

φ 10

38

25

4 25 5 2 Operating arm 8 38 8 5

Stopscrew

Fig. 18.3

M10 × 1.5

Braze

25

5

Hidden details are not required in either view. (b) An outside end view Add a title and a parts list. Hidden detail is not required in any view. 18. Add a parts list to your drawing and reference balloons to identify each of the components in the assembly. Include on your assembly suitable nuts and bolts and washers where applicable. Sphere φ19 66 M10 × 1.140 Manual of Engineering Drawing 22 22 Draw your solution in first angle projection and add the title and projection symbol in a suitable title block. the following views. Draw the following two views of the assembled plug cock: (a) A view in half section showing the outside view on the left of the vertical centre line and a section on the right hand side.3 together with a key showing the position of the various components in the assembly. 18. Draw the following views in first angle projection: (a) A front view taken as a section through the vertical centre line of the clamp and generally as outlined in the key. The gland should be positioned entering 10 mm into the valve cover. projection symbol. 7 Arm pivot 3 45 φ 19 8 Cam pivot Note: On assembly. Between the valve body and cover include a joint ring of thickness 2 mm. the position of the valve body being similar to that shown on the given detail.5 Locknuts and washer 5 Air engine The component parts of an oscillating air engine are detailed in Fig. fit a suitable washer over each pivot and drill for 2 mm Ø split pin φ 10 2 2 M10 / 1. 5 Plunger 5 Turns of Ø3 wire ground flat at each end 25 Free length φ19 6 Spring 3 70 φ 10 φ 19 4 Plug cock Details of a plug cock are shown in Fig.5. Draw in first angle projection and. 18. 4 8 6 1 7 Key to assembly 3 5 Fig.3 (continued) . at twice full size. 18. parts list and reference balloons.4. (b) An end view projected on the right-hand side of the front view (c) A plan view drawn beneath the front view Add to your solution a title. First or third angle projected views will be acceptable.5 3 Cam operated clamp Details of a cam operated clamp are shown in Fig. (c) An end view on the right hand side and in projection with the front view. scale. (a) A front view taken as a section through the engine cylinder and flywheel. (b) A plan view in projection with the front view and drawn below the front view.

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