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<td class="top-left">3.5mm</td> <td class="top-left">3.5mm</td>
- <td class="top-right">Secondary titles, example: 'SECTION A-A'. Also used in schedule or table titles.</td>+ <td class="top-right">Secondary titles, example: <ul>SECTION A-A</ul>. Also used in schedule or table titles.</td>
<td class="top-right">0.5mm</td> <td class="top-right">0.5mm</td>
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<td class="top-left">5.0mm</td> <td class="top-left">5.0mm</td>
- <td class="top-right">Primary titles (example: 'TYPICAL FLY BRACE DETAIL')</td>+ <td class="top-right">Primary titles (example: <ul>TYPICAL FLY BRACE DETAIL</ul>)</td>
<td class="top-right">0.7mm</td> <td class="top-right">0.7mm</td>
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Height at 1:1 Usage Pen Weight
1.8mm or 2.0mm Use sparingly and only when the standard text height just won't fit. 0.25mm
2.5mm The standard, general purpose, text height. Example: dimensions, notes etc. 0.35mm
3.5mm Secondary titles, example:
    SECTION A-A
. Also used in schedule or table titles.
0.5mm
5.0mm Primary titles (example:
    TYPICAL FLY BRACE DETAIL
)
0.7mm
7.0mm Big titles, rare to use in the actual drawing space, but commonly used in cover sheet titles, or in the title block text. 1.0mm

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