Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices”

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Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices”

ASME Y14.1 “Decimal Inch Drawing Sheet Size and Format. This Standard establishes a series of recommended decimal inch drawing sizes and the basic format for engineering drawings. It provides a basis for uniformity in engineering drawing size and format which Industry and Government can utilize.

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Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices”

General Standardization of drawing sizes and the uniform location of format features on drawing forms provide definite advantages in readability, handling, filing, and reproduction.

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Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices”

DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

TITLE BLOCKS

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Location. The title block shall be located in the lower right corner of the format.

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Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices”

DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

Contents Block A. Name and address of the company or design activity whose CAGE Code and drawing number appear in those blocks. (Optional for continuation sheets except when a CAGE Code is not used)

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DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

BILLY JEAN’S WASHINGTON, DC 20362

Contents Block B. Drawing Title (This block is optional for continuation sheets.)

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DEPARTMENT OF RUMMAKING

BILLY JEAN’S WASHINGTON, DC 20362

Contents

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Block C. Drawing Number.

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SHEET REVISION STATUS

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“Engineering Drawing Practices”

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Block D. Sheet Revision Block. This block may be omitted when revision history block is included on the sheet. (Revision history block may be included on continuation sheets.)

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Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices” Contents Block E. Information relative to the preparation of the drawing such as names and dates of the drafter, checker, engineer, approving functions, issue dates, and contract number are included in this block. DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

Bobby Jo’s

Billy Jean’s

Distilled Run (Location City/State) (CAGE CODE)

WASHINGTON, DC 20362

CONTR NO.

N00024-01-C-****

DWN

MFG

CHK

QA

PLATE, BOTTOM APVD

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APVD BY NAVSEA

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DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

BILLY JEAN’S WASHINGTON, DC 20362

Contents Block H. Predominate scale of the drawing sheet. Enter “NONE’ when no scale is used. Each sheet may have a different predominant scale.

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SCALE (ASME Y14.100M) Scale expresses the ratio of the size of the object as drawn to its full size. a. Selection of Scale. Drawings should show an object or assembly to full scale. When full scale is not practicable, drawings may be prepared to reduced or enlarged scale. It is desirable, whenever practicable, that detail drawings be prepared to the same scale as pertinent assembly drawings. b. Drawings not to Scale. In the case of diagrams, pictorials, cable assemblies, tabulated and other drawings not prepared to any scale, the word “NONE” shall be entered after “SCALE” in the space provided on the drawing format. 10

Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices”

DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

BILLY JEAN’S WASHINGTON, DC 20362

Contents Block I. CAGE Code when required for identification of the design activity whose drawing number is used.

PLATE, BOTTOM

SIZE

CAGE CODE

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Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices” Contents Block J. Drawing size designation. TABLE 1 FLAT SIZES Recommended Zone

Recommended Zone

Size Designation

Vertical

Number

Size

Horizontal

Number

Size

Horiz

Vert

Recommended Microfilm Reduction

A (Horiz)

8.50

2

4.25

11.00

2

5.50

.38

.25

16X

A (Vert)

11.00

2

5.50

8.50

2

4.25

.25

.38

16X

B

11.00

2

5.50

17.00

4

4.25

.38

.62

16X

C

17.00

4

1.25

22.00

4

5.50

.75

.50

16X

D

22.00

4

5.50

34.00

8

1.25

.50

1.00

24X

E

34.00

8

4.25

44.00

8

5.50

1.00

.50

30X

F

28.00

6

4.67

40.00

8

5.50

.50

.50

30X

Margin

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DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

BILLY JEAN’S WASHINGTON, DC 20362

Contents Block K. Actual or estimated weight of the item when required. This block is shown on sheet one only.

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DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

BILLY JEAN’S

Contents Block L. Sheet number for multiple sheet drawings shall be entered in the sheet number blocks. The total number of sheets shall be shown on sheet one. (On computergenerated drawings the first or last sheet shall indicate the total number of sheets.)

WASHINGTON, DC 20362

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Fundamentals “Engineering Drawing Practices” Contents Additional Data Blocks. Blocks containing various types of additional data, when required, shall be added adjacent to the title block and in the same respective location on all drawings. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS .XX +- .03

MATL

BILLY JEAN’S

Distilled Run (Location City/State) (CAGE CODE)

DECIMALS ANGLES +- .XXX +- .015

DO NOT SCALE THIS PRINT

DEPARTMENT OF RUM MAKING

Bobby Jo’s

WASHINGTON, DC 20362

CONTR NO.

N00024-01-C-****

DWN

MFG

CHK

QA

PLATE, BOTTOM

7250242

TASTE

AL ALLOY ASTM B209 AA 5052 TEMPER H32 OR H22 ALTN: QQ-A-450/8, TEMPER H32 OR H22 UNS A95052

APVD

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APVD BY NAVSEA NEXT ASSY

USED ON

APPLICATION

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