Designed for introductory engineering graphics courses, this text provides coverage of a range of topics in the fundamentals of graphs. It features topics on basic graphics and space geometry, providing core material for any first course in engineering drawing. Offering both traditional and new material, there is new coverage of design, CAD and data presentation. Other changes in the 14th edition include expansion of the discussion of space geometry, more attention to CAD, and highlighting the broader role of the designer in society. The accompanying workbook by Hugh Rogers is tied directly to the text and provides the student with hands-on experience in problem-solving. Also available is a package containing the textbook and workbook (ISBN=0-07-911368-0).
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The text is designed for students and teachers in high schools, community colleges, technical institutes, and first-year university level. The text is intended to provide a wide range of topics in the fundamentals of graphics. Full attention is given to modern treatment, up-to-date standards, and ease of organization. The material is organized so as to include more emphasis on newer aspects of the field, such as computer aided drafting (CAD) and a smoother integration of metric units.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Education, 1986. Book Condition: Good. 13th. N/A. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP75598100