Posted by Bob (220.127.116.11) on December 09, 2002 at 19:58:15:
In Reply to: drafting practice? posted by David on October 11, 2002 at 12:08:24:
: I am enrolled in a drafting course at Frederick Community College in Frederick, Maryland called Engineering Graphics. I have really taken a liking to the course and all, but my teacher knows of no practice work I can find online to print out and practice at home. My grandmother gave me a drawing board and everything we have in class so I know I'm capable of it at home. However, I have searched endlessly all over the internet and have come up short with nothing but line drawnig excercised. We have been drawing small parts such as a friction plate, a bobbin, control plates, suport blocks, bearigns and other things. Anyone out there aware of any websites I can visit to download related drawings to the above mentioned? I have the Whip! viewer and some converter and can view .dwf's and .dwg's if necessary. Thanks in advance for any help provided! :)
Not knowing your interests I suggest you visit some of the department of transportation websites. They have all their standard plans in Acrobat PDF format which you can download, print, and view. Use a web browser and search for "your state dot structures".
This might not be a bad start.
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