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eBook Technical Drawing with Computer Graphics, 7th Edition by Mitchell (1985-05-03) ePub

by Mitchell Spencer Hill & Dygdon Giesecke

  • ISBN: 002342690X
  • Category: Graphics and Design
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Mitchell Spencer Hill & Dygdon Giesecke
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Macmillan Pub. Co, Inc., NY; Seventh Edition edition (1985)
  • Pages: 894
  • ePub book: 1377 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1913 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 664

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Publisher: Macmillan Pub. Co, In. NY, 1985.

Publisher: Macmillan Pub. This book is intended as a class text and reference book in technical drawing. It contains a great number of problems covering every phase of the subject, and it constitutes a complete teaching unit in itself.

by Frederick E. Giesecke (Author), Alva Mitchell (Author), Henry C. Spencer (Author), Ivan L. Hill (Author), John T. Dygdon (Author), James E. Novak (Author), R. O. Loving (Author), Shawna E. Lockhart (Author), Cindy Johnson (Author) & 6 more. ISBN-13: 978-0134306414. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work

by Mitchell, Spencer, Hill & Dygdon Giesecke.

by Mitchell, Spencer, Hill & Dygdon Giesecke. ISBN 9780023426902 (978-0-02-342690-2) Hardcover, Macmillan Pub. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

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Technical Drawing with E. .has been added to your Cart. This was required for my Engineering Design Graphics I course. Multiple problems require measuring objects in the book (by hand, with a scale) and duplicating drawings. It is impossible to do properly in this version. Additionally, numerous problems have grid lines that are so thin that the digital version poorly displays them. It's one of the few textbooks that I could read an entire chapters all the way through and actually understand. They really break it down for us. I love how they provide plenty of picture examples of what acceptable and what isn't in graphics drawings.

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Frederick E. Giesecke, Virginia Commonwealth University. Alva Mitchell, Texas A&M University. Henry C. Spencer, Purdue University. Ivan L. Hill, Montana State University. John T. Dygdon, Illinois Institute of Technology. James E. Novak, Illinois Institute of Technology. For courses in Engineering Graphics/Technical Drawing and Drafting/Technical Sketching. This authoritative text provides a clear and comprehensive introduction to Technical Drawing and provides instruction to help students create 2D drawings by hand or by using Computer-Aided Drafting.

No need to wait for office hours or assignments to be graded to find out where you took a wrong turn. Hit a particularly tricky question?

by Frederick E. Dygdon (Author) . Lockhart (Author), Cindy Johnson (Author), Marla Goodman (Author) & 7 more.

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This book is intended as a class text and reference book in technical drawing. It contains a great number of problems covering every phase of the subject, and it constitutes a complete teaching unit in itself. In addition to the problems in the text, three complete workbooks have been prepared especially for use with this text.

Comments

Perilanim Perilanim
In an age where so many drafting functions are all done on computers, this is an increasingly rare guide to how to do many of these things by hand.

I had picked this up on the advice of a gent who was an editor of a woodworking magazine for decades. I was looking for something to improve my approach to basic multi-angle and isometric views of woodworking design sketches. I have some background in digital imaging but I was deliberately looking for manual drafting techniques that could be updated with a pencil and eraser in the woodshop as exact measurements changed and others needed correction.

The title calls it "basic" and some of the introductory bits are but also it goes into extraordinary detail on some fascinating representations of complex real-world objects. It covers everything from simple graphs and charts, to lettering on diagrams, to extraordinarily detailed views of machine tooling.
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This rating doesn't have anything to do with the book - it came in great condition - my problem was I ordered two books and only got one. Understanding things can get mixed up in transit (or whatever), I waited a month or so before sending an email asking about the book. I was hoping to get a quick response but never got one (I think?). It is what it is. Anyway, this is an awesome book for anybody looking for an introduction to drafting standards/methods; I highly recommend it to anyone who is serious about a starting position in the technical/mechanical drafting field. The book offers a lot of great visualization exercises that involve different follow-along practice methods for complex modeling.
Dolid Dolid
The book arrived on time and for that I have no problem, the shipping service worked great. My unhappyness results from the book not being complete. During a recent classroom session we were directed to turn to the appendix, imagine my dismay when the appendix was not in the book. A further review of the book revealed several of the photos were not present and in place of the photo "FPO" in place of the graphics.
Arith Arith
I have drawn many of the projects in this book, and it is a good reference too, yet it seems to be a workbook. Tear the pages out and put them on your drawing board.
Doomblade Doomblade
This book is an excellent reference for anyone needing an introduction to or a reference for technical drawing. Most of the content concerning machine component drawings are geared (no pun intended) more toward traditional methods for technical drawings (i.e. compass, ruler and pencil), but the methods given are well suited to modern computer-oriented methods of solid modeling. Engineers in the manufacturing industry will find it especially useful, as it can be a helpful reference for weldment drawings.
Jairani Jairani
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Nakora Nakora
It's great in depth technical drawing book. Sure, it's old but hey some information stays current for very long time, and this is one of them.

Funny thing that copy I got have authentic homework that's 21 years old. It was graded 91% and was handed in at 1993.
Came as described , great book on actual technical drawing rather than CAD. Just what I wanted . Arrived fast and in excellent condition. Highly recommend for someone who makes there own plans .