Theory Test practice Mechanical Drawing - Set 13 - ObjectiveBooks
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Theory Test practice Mechanical Drawing - Set 13

Practice Test: Question Set - 13

1. The distance a screw thread advances axially in one turn is the:
    (A) Lead
    (B) Pitch
    (C) Turn
    (D) Crest

2. When only a small section of an interior area needs to be revealed the drafter can use a ________ section.
    (A) Half
    (B) Quarter
    (C) Full
    (D) Broken out

3. This is the measured size of a finished part:
    (A) Actual size
    (B) Dimensioned size
    (C) Production size
    (D) Basic size

4. If designs require changes, they should be documented with:
    (A) Development plans
    (B) Product proposals
    (C) Document reviews
    (D) Engineering change orders

5. To avoid having to dimension to a hidden feature the drafter can utilize a ________ section.
    (A) Whole
    (B) Half
    (C) Broken out
    (D) All of the above

6. The title block used on working drawings should include the _________.
    (A) Sheet number
    (B) Line type
    (C) Layer set
    (D) All of the above

7. The dimension text size is determined by what the architect deems necessary in _________.
    (A) Model space
    (B) Paper space
    (C) The Finished plot
    (D) The PDF file

8. This is the bottom surface joining the sides of two adjacent threads:
    (A) Lead
    (B) Pitch
    (C) Crest
    (D) Root

9. By using a ________ section of a cylindrical mechanical part the drafter should be able to show only one view of the part.
    (A) Half
    (B) Whole
    (C) Revolved
    (D) Broken out

10. In an exploded assembly drawing it is customary for the drafter to use a ________ line to illustrate how parts fit together.
    (A) Phantom
    (B) Hidden
    (C) Dashed
    (D) Center

11. Architectural dimensioning is usually done in ________.
    (A) Even numbers
    (B) Feet and inches
    (C) Feet only
    (D) Inches only

12. The standard number of threads per inch for various diameters is the:
    (A) Series of thread
    (B) Lead
    (C) Major diameter
    (D) Thread pitch

13. Dimensions are used on the elevation plan to describe ________.
    (A) Finished floor elevations
    (B) Roof overhangs
    (C) Roof pitch angles
    (D) All of the above

14. Drafters should use a ________ in a section view of a mechanical part that includes the cylindrical view of a threaded hole.
    (A) Center line
    (B) Hatch line
    (C) Poly line
    (D) Dimension line

15. One critical issue drafters need to pay close attention to is the ________.
    (A) Size of the sheet
    (B) Designer's intent
    (C) Scale factor
    (D) None of the above

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