Engineering Graphics: Tools for the Mind

A Comprehensive Set of Engineering Graphics Tools


Published April 1, 2007
214 Pages
ISBN: 978-1-58503-412-3

Description

Key Features

  • Contains 4.5 hours of video presentations
  • Comes with a digital copy of Technical Graphics, a 522 page book
  • Features 76 hand sketching exercises

In Detail

Engineering Graphics: Tools for the Mind is a comprehensive engineering textbook that combines hand sketching, audio/video presentation, and an engineering graphics digital reference book into a single textbook. All audio/video presentations and the engineering graphics digital reference book are contained in a single DVD bundled with the textbook.

Engineering Graphics: Tools for the Mind is made up of eight sections. Each section starts with an explanation of the topic and is followed by hand sketching exercises for the student to complete. All 76 sketching exercises found in the textbook are printed on perforated paper making it easy for students to turn in for review.

The textbook covers the following topics:

  • Lettering
  • Sketching
  • Orthographic Projection
  • Isometric Drawings
  • Oblique Drawings
  • Auxiliary Views
  • Sections
  • Dimensioning

Audio/Video Presentation

22 separate audio/video lectures, more than 4.5 hours of video, address the above topics and show students how to solve select problems contained in the book.

These video files were updated on December 2010. The new videos contain more content, are clearer and are in a more universal format. The DVD also features a new, easier to use interface.

Engineering Graphics Digital Reference Book:

Technical Graphics, a 522 page engineering graphics textbook, is included in digital form to give your students reference material for a wide range of engineering graphics topics.

Technical Graphics Table of Contents

  1. Getting Started
  2. Technical Sketching
  3. Orthographic Projection
  4. Pictorial Drawings
  5. Sections and Conventions
  6. Dimensions and Tolerances
  7. Dimensioning for Production
  8. Fastening, Joining, and Standard Parts
  9. Production Drawings
  10. Three-Dimensional Geometry Concepts
  11. 3-D Geometry Applications
  12. Graphical Presentation of Data
  13. Design Process
    Appendix

Visit the Technical Graphics web page to see a complete table of contents, a sample chapter and description.

Table of Contents

  1. Lettering
  2. Sketching
  3. Orthographic Projection
  4. Isometric Drawings
  5. Oblique Drawing
  6. Auxiliary Views
  7. Sections
  8. Dimensioning