Engineering Graphics Tools for the Mind

A Comprehensive Set of Engineering Graphics Tools

Published December 28, 2016
214 Pages
ISBN: 978-1-63057-086-6


Key Features

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

In Detail

Engineering Graphics Tools for the Mind is a comprehensive set of engineering graphics tools that combines hand sketching, video presentations, and a digital engineering graphics reference book into a single textbook package. All of the video presentations and the digital reference book are available as a download by redeeming the access code found on the inside front cover of this book.

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

Topics Covered

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

Video Presentation

22 video lectures, more than four and a half hours of video, address all the topics from the book and show you how to solve select problems contained in the book. These videos are like having the author right there by your side as you go through the problems, helping you to understand exactly how to solve the problems in the book.

Reference Book

Technical Graphics is a 522 page engineering graphics textbook that contains in depth coverage of all the most important engineering graphics topics. Technical Graphics is included, in digital form, to give you comprehensive reference material on 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

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