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Point on horizon line where lines of projection converge:
The minimum clearance/maximum interference between parts:
Lines establishing spacing for lettering:
Plane upon which the object is projected:
Perspective when the object is at an angle to the plane of projection and the vertical edges are parallel:
The maximum and minimum sizes:
An imaginary ray of light between an observer's eye and an object:
True or false: hidden lines are only shown in pictorial drawings if needed for detail:
Lines showing the locations of cutting planes:
The degree of tightness between mating parts:
Thick lines used to identify where a view was taken from:
Thick centerline-like lines indicating a portion of the surface recieves special treatment:
Orthographic projections with 2+ views are:
The longest view with the best shape description/most characteristics:
Oblique drawings half true length along receding axis:
Line representing the plane on which the object rests:
View from below, but abouve ground:
No axis angles equal:
2 axes angles equal:
Plane inclined to all the principal projection planes:
Everywhere else's standard projection: (_____ angle)
Straight line at 90 degrees to the fold line, connecting the same point in adjacent views:
These lines take precedence over all others:
Lines indicating the direction and extent of a dimension:
An imaginary flat plane upon which the image created by the lines of sight is projected:
Surface that is not curved or warped:
Smallest shaft/biggest hole:
Position representing eye level of the observer:
Projection that requires the object be positioned at infinity and viewed from multiple points on an imaginary line parallel to the object:
Lines showing where and object is broken:
The theoretical size as a starting point for applying tolerances:
All axes angles equal:
Lines indicating a movable feature and its positions:
Thin, solid lines indicating the feature with which the dimension, note, or symbol is associated:
Lines representing features that you can't see in the current view:
These lines are last in precedence:
US standard projection: (____ angle)
A theoretically exact point used as a reference for tabular dimensioning:
You should only include enough ______ to completely describe a part:
Arrowheads should be ____ long:
Lines representing features that you can see in the current view:
1 KB = ____ bytes
Leader shoulders should be ____ long:
Lines establishing the construction of the geometry of the part:
Lines indicating the point or line on the drawing to which the dimension applies:
The allowable variance in a dimension:
Plane surface parallel to any of the primary projection planes:
View from about 6' above the ground;
Lines of intersection between two reference planes in orthographic projection:
Most photo realistic projection:
A straight line, not parallel to any of the primary projection planes:
Biggest shaft/smallest hole:
Line parallel to the profile projection plane:
The measured size of a part after machining:
A dimension used to describe the general size:
View where the object is shown from above:
A line that appears shorter because it is at an angle to the line of sight:
Lines representing the surfaces of an object cut by a cutting plane:
Lines representing symmetry:
Oblique drawings full true length along receding axis:
View as if laying on the ground:
Perspective when no edges of the object are parallel to planes of projection:
Perspective when one face of the object is parallel to the plane of projection:

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