Mechanical Drawing Practice Test with Answers - Set 11

Practice Test: Question Set - 11

1. These are used to attach parts to a cylinder so they won't turn on it:
    (A) Lugs and bearings
    (B) Key-seats and bearings
    (C) Knurls and keys
    (D) Keys and key-ways/key-seats

2. This type of section is not in direct projection from the view containing the cutting plane:
    (A) Revolved section
    (B) Removed section
    (C) Broken-out section
    (D) Full section

3. When lines intersect on a drawing at angles of this many degrees, it is customary not to dimension the angle:
    (A) 360
    (B) 180
    (C) 90
    (D) 45

4. The edges of a cube in isometric projection make angles of this many degrees with each other:
    (A) 30
    (B) 60
    (C) 90
    (D) 120

5. In order to create an accurate assembly drawing the drafter should create the ________ drawings first.
    (A) Detail
    (B) Title block
    (C) Parts list
    (D) Isometric

6. PDM is the acronym for:
    (A) Project drawing management
    (B) Product drawing manipulation
    (C) Product data management
    (D) Project data manipulation

7. This is an angled surface used on cylinders to make them easier to handle:
    (A) Fillet
    (B) Taper
    (C) Chamfer
    (D) Lug

8. The ________ is a standard element of a section view in a technical drawing.
    (A) Cutting Plane line
    (B) Section lines
    (C) Material hatch pattern
    (D) All of the above

9. This is the theoretically exact size from which limits of size are determined:
    (A) Actual Size
    (B) Dimensioned size
    (C) Production size
    (D) Basic size

10. In this type of projection, each of the axes has different ratios of foreshortening:
    (A) Isometric
    (B) Dimetric
    (C) Trimetric
    (D) Parallel

11. The text used on a typical detail sheet should be ________.
    (A) Placed horizontally
    (B) In bold text
    (C) In an architectural text style
    (D) None of the above

12. This is a rounded exterior blend between surfaces:
    (A) Fillet
    (B) Round
    (C) Taper
    (D) Chamfer

13. These breaks are used to shorten the view of an object:
    (A) Section breaks
    (B) Aligned breaks
    (C) Conventional breaks
    (D) Full breaks

14. This practice considers an individual part's dimensions and tolerances and that part's relation to its related parts:
    (A) Applying allowances
    (B) Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
    (C) Creating datum references
    (D) Angular dimensioning tolerances

15. This type of axonometric drawing has equal foreshortening along two axis directions and a different amount on the third axis:
    (A) Dimetric
    (B) Multiview
    (C) Isometric
    (D) Trimetric

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