cutaway drawing


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cutaway drawing

A pictorial representation of an object, showing its interior as if a slice of the object had been removed.
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The superb selection of photos are complemented by contemporary cutaway drawings from magazines such as Aeroplane and paintings.
The illustrations are clear and concise and will aid in determining models and cutaway drawings will aid in understanding how parts such as the set triggers of the 1927 International Target rifle worked.
The text is accompanied throughout by b&w illustrations, including detailed cutaway drawings of the Leopard by John McKay.
Pertinent Data: The brochure has full descriptions of horizontal carousel features and options including cutaway drawings.
His coverage of the Restoration and eighteenth-century theatre is equally sound, having not only the expected descriptions and portraits of Nell Gwyn, David Garrick, and others, but cutaway drawings (120) of Wren's Drury Lane (which survived from 1674 to 1791) and Vanbrugh's Queen's theatre in the Haymarket (149), and several drawings by Rowlandson which I have never seen before (see 186).
You can use diagrams, testimonials, explanations, cutaway drawings, in-use photos, guarantees, demonstrations--whatever is appropriate for your product line and customer base.