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CAD Drafter at work.





Copying technical drawings in 1973

Technical drawing is the discipline of creating standardized technical drawing by architects, CAD drafters, design engineers, and related professionals. Technical drawing includes the various fields and technologies underpinning electronics, which has in turn revolutionized the art with new tools in the form of Computer Aided Design (CAD).

A technical drawing or engineering drawing is a type of drawing and form of graphic communication, used in the transforming of an idea into physical form. This type of drawing is used to fully and clearly define requirements for engineered items, and is usually created in accordance with standardized conventions for layout, nomenclature, interpretation, appearance (such as typefaces and line styles), size, etc.

The process of creating a technical drawing is called drafting or technical drawing. A person who does drafting is known as a drafter. In some areas this person may be referred to as a drafting technician, draftsperson, or draughtsperson. A technical drawing differs from a common drawing by how it is interpreted. A common drawing can hold many purposes and meanings, while a technical drawing is intended to concisely and clearly communicate all needed specifications of a created object or objects.

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  • 1 Overview

  • 2 History

  • 3 Fields of technical drawing

  • 4 Types of technical drawings

    • 4.1 Construction drawing

    • 4.2 Cutaway drawings

    • 4.3 Exploded view drawing

    • 4.4 Patent drawing

    • 4.5 Technical illustrations

    • 4.6 Technical sketches

  • 5 Manual drafting

  • 6 Computer Aided Design

  • 7 CAD drafters

  • 8 See also

  • 9 References

  • 10 Further reading

  • 11 External links
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