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79501. Architectural drafters are usually expected to place dimensions to the CAD standards established by the firm.

79502. Architectural dimensioning standards allow for the placement of dimensions inside the floor plan. These inside dimensions locate interior ________.

79503. When dimensioning architectural drawings architects will utilize both ________ and ________ options.

79504. Architectural dimensioning is usually done in ________.

79505. Some of the standard AutoCAD text styles used in architectural drawings includes ________.

79506. Dimension text is generally placed above the ________ line.

79507. To be useful, drawings must be stored electronically in a manner that satisfies the requirements for a static snapshot of the design at the time of release.

79508. PERT or Gantt charts are used specifically to track time engineering change orders.

79509. Efficient document management is only a minor part of effective concurrent engineering practices.

79510. It is a good idea to have a single directory in which all employees store work.

79511. Because electronically stored files can easily be altered, they may not be considered acceptable for documentation.

79512. Design milestones and reviews help ensure that the design process is timely.

79513. Legal standards for how long engineering drawings need to be retained are standardized in the United States.

79514. It is important to establish a procedure and name files systematically.

79515. Electronic files for the most part have replaced the use of microfilm and microfiche.

79516. After a drawing has been released, an engineering change order is used to document and approve drawing changes.

79517. Design databases can be used to streamline the design process.

79518. Quality standards in some industries allow for electronic documents to serve as a permanent record if they are properly controlled.

79519. Individual companies often have their own standards of data management.

79520. Using this as a communication and design review tool can help shorten the process and eliminate productivity barriers:

79521. If designs require changes, they should be documented with:

79522. Once a drawing is determined to be complete, the title block is used to document the change from:

79523. Drawings created with commercial software are typically saved as:

79524. On electronic diagrams, you should indicate grouped components by using dashed lines to enclose them in a box.

79525. On electronic diagrams, it is typically not necessary to identify each separately replaceable part.

79526. Symbols should conform to an internationally or nationally approved standard.

79527. For clarity, draw sections of multi-element parts separately in a schematic.

79528. CAD component layout programs allow you to create the best possible parts placement.

79529. Connecting lines for conductors are typically drawn horizontally or vertically to minimize bends and crossovers.

79530. Terminals or leads are frequently identified by colors or symbols, which should be indicated on the diagram.

79531. Interrupted paths are not an acceptable method of simplifying a diagram.

79532. When arranging symbols, it is typically not necessary to leave blank spaces adjacent to symbols to allow for reference designations and notes.

79533. Printed circuit boards are widely used and replace hand-wiring methods.

79534. On typical electronic diagrams, these items need not be shown unless they are needed for clarification:

79535. Schematic and single-line diagrams should be arranged so that signal or transmission path from input to output proceeds in this fashion:

79536. Switches and relays should be shown in this position with no operating force or applied energy:

79537. These items typically are not used in new designs, but are still common in high-power amplifiers:

79538. This type of circuit is a semiconductor wafer or chip:

79539. Cams are used to produce regular repeating motions.

79540. In working drawings for worm gears, gear teeth are omitted and the gear blank is represented conventionally.

79541. In working drawings with teeth cut to a standard shape, individual teeth typically are not shown.

79542. On detail drawings, the worm and gear are usually drawn in the same detail drawing.

79543. When laying out a gear, the number of spaces should be twice the number of teeth.

79544. Working drawings for bevel gears give both the dimensions of the gear blank and the data necessary for cutting the teeth.

79545. A worm is a screw with a thread shaped like a rack tooth.

79546. The motion of the follower as it rises or falls depends on the shape of the curves in the displacement diagram.

79547. Teeth are spaced by laying out equal angles.

79548. When the follower movement is in a plane parallel to the cam shaft, an irregular cam must be employed.

79549. ANSI/AGMA publishes detailed standards for gear design and drawings.

79550. Proportions and shapes of gear teeth are not standardized.

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