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• 1.
A drawing giving details about size tolerances heat treatment, etc known as
• A.

Production drawing

• B.

Assembly drawing

• C.

Exploded drawing

• D.

Machine drawing

• 2.
Grid display on the screen with in default position
• A.

Has fixed an equal distance in X and Y direction

• B.

Can have different distances in X and Y directions at 45 degree

• C.

Can have different distances in X and Y direction (or) 30 degree

• D.

Can have different distances in X and Y direction at any angle

• 3.
AUTOCAD environment setting can be seen by command
• A.

OSNAP

• B.

DDRMODES

• C.

STATUS

• D.

SNAP

• 4.
French curves are used for drawing
• A.

Straight lines

• B.

Non-circular lines

• C.

Special type of lines

• D.

Circular shapes

• 5.
Length/width ratio of drawing sheet is
• A.

2:1

• B.

1.515:1

• C.

1.414:1

• D.

1.25:1

• 6.
An extension line is used to show
• A.

An extension part

• B.

The size of an object while dimensioning

• C.

Extra line projection out of the line

• D.

An extrapolated continuous full line

• 7.
Morse taper is used to define
• A.

Differences in diameter per unit length

• B.

Angle of a line

• C.

Code used in dimensioning

• D.

None of above

• 8.
Symbol  φ before a dimension value means
• A.

Diameter

• B.

Non-frictional

• C.

Spherical diameter

• D.

Taper

• 9.
Chain dimensioning is done where there are
• A.

• B.

Many dimensions in one line

• C.

Overlapping parts

• D.

End points that are off line

• 10.
A line dimensions are used to
• A.

Draw inclined lines

• B.

Dimension angles

• C.

Align dimension line along the line

• D.

Align dimension along horizontal or vertical lines

• 11.
The number of views or the graphic projection is
• A.

Three

• B.

two

• C.

Four

• D.

Depends upon the shape of object

• 12.
In orthographic projection the rays are assumed to
• A.

Diverge from station point

• B.

Converge from station point

• C.

Be parallel

• D.

Make an angle of 30degree

• 13.
Front view of a circle  at 45 degree to vertical plane will be
• A.

Circle

• B.

Ellipse

• C.

Oval

• D.

Line

• 14.
Sectional view are drawn to
• A.

Show internal details

• B.

Section the object in 2 halves

• C.

Section the object in one garter two halves

• D.

Hide external details

• 15.
Which statement is true for cutting plane?
• A.

It is always in straight line

• B.

Its axis depends upon the shape of object

• C.

It is always in center of object

• D.

It makes an angle with the object axis

• 16.
Very thin object in selection is shown by
• A.

Thin lines at 45°

• B.

Lines at 10°

• C.

Vertical lines

• D.

Fully darkened

• 17.
Hatching means
• A.

Lines at regular interval

• B.

Repeated pattern at regular interval

• C.

Repeated pattern at regular interval in a boundary

• D.

Solid filled up area

• 18.
Auxiliary view is drawn to show
• A.

A inclined surface

• B.

Complicated surface

• C.

Actual shape of surface which otherwise is illusive

• D.

Big parts

• 19.
Auxiliary views is drawn
• A.

Opposite to front view

• B.

Parallel to inclined plane

• C.

Opposite to top view

• D.

On the other side of the side view

• 20.
Reverse isometric views is drawn by
• A.

Seeing the object in reverse direction

• B.

Putting the object upside down

• C.

Shifting the plane in front of object

• D.

Changing viewing direction from top view to bottom

• 21.
Section lines in sectional isometric views are drawn at
• A.

45°

• B.

60°

• C.

135°

• D.

30°

• 22.
Four centre methods is used to draw
• A.

• B.

Elliptical arc

• C.

Iso circle

• D.

Square

• 23.
Angle of isometric grid is
• A.

30°

• B.

45°

• C.

60°

• D.

90°

• 24.
For perspective views a vanishing point is considered at
• A.

infinity

• B.

30° to object at any distances

• C.

45° to object at any distance

• D.

Some suitable distance and angle

• 25.
The term cone angle is used in perspective views for
• A.

Triangular objects

• B.

Conical objects

• C.

For any shape of object

• D.

Rectangular objects

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