Mechanical Engineering Drawings For Practice

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Drawings 1 – 5Drawings 6 – 10Drawings 11 – 15Drawings 26 – 20Drawings 21 – 25Drawings 26 – 30
Drawings 31 – 35Drawings 36 – 40Drawings 41 – 45Drawings 46 – 50Drawings 51 – 55Drawings 55 – 60

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You can download 48 2D drawings and 3D model based definitions in PDF format on this website. Each page contains 4 free models and drawings. All these are mechanical parts and you can use them to practice.

A typical drawing contains all the information necessary to manufacture the parts such as the complete geometry, dimensions, and annotations, geometric tolerancing, material properties, surface finish information, and also includes SC and CC (Significant characteristics and critical characteristics).

An isometric view of the 3D model is always placed on the upper right corner to facilitate easy understanding of the 2D views. Of course, all these will be unnecessary when the industry fully moves to the model based definition in the future. We have many legacy components and information/drawings that still follow 2D drawings.

A typical drawing also contains, different views based on the projection method you use such as first angle projection or third angle projection. Section views, Auxiliary views, title block, revision information, and general notes are also part of a drawing.

Drawings 1 – 5Drawings 6 – 10Drawings 11 – 15Drawings 26 – 20Drawings 21 – 25Drawings 26 – 30
Drawings 31 – 35Drawings 36 – 40Drawings 41 – 45Drawings 46 – 50Drawings 51 – 55Drawings 55 – 60
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