scale drawing


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scale drawing

[′skāl ¦drȯ·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
A drawing of an object or structure showing all parts in the same proportion of their true size.

scale drawing

A drawing, usually considerably reduced in size from the actual or designed object, site, construction, or building, but which is drawn to scale, 4.
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Cut the outside dimension to match the inside diameter of your focuser drawtube, and cut the hole to match the size determined from your scale drawing. A compass equipped with an X-acto blade makes for a tidy job, but careful use of scissors works nearly as well.
Because the idea of creating a scale drawing was new to the students, the teacher took time to discuss and share examples of scale drawings of other familiar items such as a map of their classroom, school, and neighborhood.
ADRIENNE SAYS: Put permanent features on a scale drawing and draw up a wish list (pond, pergola, etc) plus a list of essentials (washing line, bin store).
Then I did a scale drawing of my room on graph paper and moved cardboard cut-outs of tables and guests around the diagram as I worked out the optimum way of fitting them in.
At a minimum, have a scale drawing prepared by someone from your office who has been to the scene, is familiar with the area, and can discuss it in detail with you.
For a mural, the planning process also includes creating a scale drawing of the project overlaid with a grid.
"All involved not only had to work to a strict budget, but had to measure expenditure and profit the stadium would make, as well as looking at different ratios that are legal requirements of all sporting stadia, before creating a scale drawing of the design to develop their mathematical abilities and compliment the maths work ongoing in curriculum time."
Full details or the plans including a copy of the proposed traffic regulation order and a scale drawing, indicating the affected lengths of road may be viewed at the library in Record Street, Ruthin, at County Hall in Wynnstay Road, Ruthin or on the council's website.
Present a lesson on scale drawing, focusing on the 1:12 inch ratio used by the artisans and cabinetmakers who created the Thorne Room miniature dioramas.
Make a scale drawing and break it into asymmetrical sections.
A scale drawing makes it easy to determine the angles and sizes of the flat mirrors relative to the objective lens and focuser.