# *Mechanical Print Reading (Complete Course)

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This course consists of four lessons. This lesson was designed to provide training for maintenance technicians, mechanics, electricians, and others requiring knowledge of mechanical print reading. The lessons in this course show and explain how to read and interpret various mechanical drawings.

## Course Objectives

• Identify reasons for using drawings and blueprints.
• Recognize an assembly drawing and its components.
• Identify the parts of a Title Block.
• Recognize the different types of notes and their purpose.
• Recognize a detail drawing and its components.
• Identify reasons for using drawings and blueprints.
• Recognize an assembly drawing and its components.
• Identify the parts of a Title Block.
• Recognize the different types of notes and their purpose.
• Recognize a detail drawing and its components
• Identify visible lines and hidden lines and what they represent.
• Describe three uses for phantom lines.
• Describe three different break lines and their function.
• Recognize center, dimension, cutting plane, extension, section, and leader lines.
• Recognize and define dimension lines.
• Recognize and define extension lines.
• Identify and measure dimensions on circular features.
• Use calculated dimensions.
• Demonstrate how calculated dimensions are used and why.
• Define and calculate tolerance.
• Define and calculate limits.
• Differentiate types of surface finish designations.
• Describe three ways to represent the threads of threaded fasteners.
• Identify thread designations.

## Included Modules

1. Introduction to Mechanical Print Reading: This is the first lesson in the Mechanical Print Reading Course. This introductory lesson trains the learner to identify the various parts of mechanical drawings and their components.
2. Lines Used in Mechanical Print Reading: This is the second lesson in the Mechanical Print Reading Course. This lesson explains the types of lines used in mechanical print reading and what they represent.
3. Dimensions in Mechanical Print Reading: This is the third lesson in the Mechanical Print Reading Course. This lesson explains the use of dimension and extension lines in mechanical print reading, and how to calculate dimensions, tolerance, and limits. The use of surface finish designations is also discussed.
4. Orthographic Projection: This is the final lesson in the Mechanical Print Reading Course. This lesson trains participants in the use of orthographic projections in mechanical print reading. Pictorial drawings and various views used in mechanical print reading are demonstrated.

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