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-stan·dard ''n'' Something, such as a practice or a product, that is widely recognized or employed, especially because of its excellence.+'''Stan·dard''' ''n'' Something, such as a practice or a product, that is widely recognized or employed, especially because of its excellence.
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 +[mailto:allan.wise@draftsperson.net Email us] with your drafting standards
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 +==Featured Articles==
 +'''What Line Width Where?'''
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 +What line width (or weight) do I use where when structural drafting? In CAD, what color should I draw my structural elements. What line definitions suit what application? Below is a basic list which provide answers to these questions. [[What Line Width Where? [[What Line Width Where?|....Read more]]
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 +'''What do the weld symbols mean?'''
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 +[[Weld Symbols|....Read more]]
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 +'''Common Metric Structural Scales and Applications'''
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 +Selecting the correct scale is important because it permits easy and clear interpretation of the information shown. With uniform scales, elements appear in proportion. Seasoned plan readers are familiar with standard scales and can visualize items faster. Details can be standardized because of uniform text heights and be used from one project to the next. [[Common Metric Structural Scales and Applications|....Read more]]
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Stan·dard n Something, such as a practice or a product, that is widely recognized or employed, especially because of its excellence.

Email us with your drafting standards

Featured Articles

What Line Width Where?

What line width (or weight) do I use where when structural drafting? In CAD, what color should I draw my structural elements. What line definitions suit what application? Below is a basic list which provide answers to these questions. [[What Line Width Where? ....Read more


What do the weld symbols mean? Weld Symbol

....Read more


Common Metric Structural Scales and Applications

Selecting the correct scale is important because it permits easy and clear interpretation of the information shown. With uniform scales, elements appear in proportion. Seasoned plan readers are familiar with standard scales and can visualize items faster. Details can be standardized because of uniform text heights and be used from one project to the next. ....Read more



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