For more than 25 years, students have relied on this trusted text for easy-to-read, comprehensive drafting and design instruction that complies with the latest ANSI and ASME industry standards for mechanical drafting. The Sixth Edition of ENGINEERING DRAWING AND DESIGN continues this tradition of excellence with a multitude of real, high-quality industry drawings and more than 1,000 drafting, design, and practical application problemsincluding many new to the current edition. The text showcases actual product designs in all phases, from concept through manufacturing, marketing, and distribution. In addition, the engineering design process now features new material related to production practices that eliminate waste in all phases, and the authors describe practices to improve process output quality by using quality management methods to identify the causes of defects, remove them, and minimize manufacturing variables.
|Publisher:||Cengage Delmar Learning|
|Edition description:||ATCD WKBK|
About the Author
David A. Madsen is an emeritus faculty member in drafting technology and the Autodesk Premier Training Center at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, Oregon, where he also served as an instructor and department chairperson for nearly 30 years. In addition to his community college experience, David served as a drafting technology instructor at Centennial High School in Gresham, Oregon. He is a former member of the American Design and Drafting Association (ADDA) Board of Directors and was honored by the ADDA with Director Emeritus status at the annual conference in 2005. David is an Autodesk Authorized Author and has extensive experience in mechanical drafting, architectural design and drafting, and building construction. He holds a master of education degree in vocational administration and a bachelor of science degree in industrial education. He is the author of ENGINEERING DRAWING AND DESIGN, GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING, and PRINT READING FOR ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY, and coauthor of ARCHITECTURAL AUTOCAD; ARCHITECTURAL DESKTOP AND ITS APPLICATIONS; ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING AND DESIGN; ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING USING AUTOCAD; AUTOCAD AND ITS APPLICATIONS: BASICS, ADVANCED, AND COMPREHENSIVE; AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURE AND ITS APPLICATIONS; AUTOCAD ESSENTIALS; CIVIL DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY; and PRINT READING FOR ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY.
David P. Madsen is president of Engineering Drafting & Design, Inc., and vice president of Madsen Designs Inc. Dave provides drafting and design consultation and training for all disciplines and is an Autodesk Authorized Author. He has been a professional design drafter since 1996 and has extensive experience in a variety of drafting, design, and engineering disciplines. Dave has provided drafting and computer-aided design and drafting instruction to secondary and postsecondary learners since 1999, and he has considerable curriculum and program coordination and development experience. Dave holds a master of science degree in educational policy, foundations, and administrative studies, with a specialization in postsecondary, adult, and continuing education. He also holds a bachelor of science degree in technology education and an associate of science degree in general studies and drafting technology. Dave is the author of INVENTOR AND ITS APPLICATIONS and coauthor of ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING AND DESIGN, ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING USING AUTOCAD, AUTOCAD AND ITS APPLICATIONS: BASICS AND COMPREHENSIVE, CIVIL DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING DRAWING AND DESIGN, GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING, PRINT READING FOR ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY, and PRINT READING FOR ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY.
Table of Contents
Part I: INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DRAWING AND DESIGN. 1. Introduction to Engineering Drawing and Design. 2. Drafting Equipment, Media, and Reproduction Methods. 3. Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD). 4. Manufacturing Materials and Processes. Part II: FUNDAMENTAL APPLICATIONS. 5. Sketching Applications. 6. Lines and Lettering. 7. Drafting Geometry. Part III: DRAWING VIEWS AND ANNOTATIONS. 8. Multiviews. 9. Auxiliary Views. 10. Dimensioning and Tolerancing. 11. Fasteners and Springs. 12. Sections, Revolutions, and Conventional Breaks. 13. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. 14. Pictorial Drawings and Technical Illustrations. Part IV: WORKING DRAWINGS. 15. Working Drawings. 16. Mechanisms: Linkages, Cams, Gears, and Bearings. 17. Belt and Chain Drives. 18. Welding Processes and Representations. Section V: SPECIALTY DRAFTING AND DESIGN. 19. Precision Sheet Metal Drafting. 20. Electrical and Electronics Drafting. 21. Industrial Process Pipe Drafting. 22. Structural Drafting. 23. Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning (HVAC). 24. Civil Drafting. Part VI: ENGINEERING DESIGN. 25. The Engineering Design Process. Appendices. Engineering Drawing and Design Student Companion Website. Descriptive Geometry I. Descriptive Geometry II. Engineering Charts and Graphs. Engineering Drawing and Design Math Applications. Fluid Power.