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Colours next to each other on the colour wheel that create harmony when placed next to each other
Colours that are opposite on the colour wheel
tertiary (colour)
the resulting color formed when an equal amount of a primary and a secondary color are mixed. The primary and secondary color must be beside each other on the color wheel
a particular graduation of colour
A colour or shade of colour created by adding amounts of black or white
pictorial drawing
a 3D drawing
third angle orthographic projection
a standard technique for producing detail and working drawings that everyone can understand
plan view
looking down at the top of the product
hidden detail
lines which you know exist but cannot see
leader line
on dimension indicators, it defines the outer limits of the product. It does not touch the object but extends past the arrow head
centre line
the line that defines the centre of a circle or arc
sectional drawing
a drawing produced by cutting down through an object
exploded drawings
the production of a 3D drawing showing components and construction methods, drawn separately but in relation to each other
Drawing in 3D by starting with a box and taking bits off or adding bits on
thick (lines)
when doing thick and thin line enhancement, these are used when only one side can be seen of two ajoining sides
thin (lines)
when doing thick and thin line enhancement, these are used when both of the ajoining surfaces are shown
rounded rectangle, ellipse
the shape on a flow chart used for the start and finish
the shape on a flow chart used for a decision
the shape on a flow chart used for a process
Gantt chart
____ show the different tasks involved in making a product. They are used for complex planning where different tasks can be done at the same time, or where two or more people are working on the same product
used for drawing horizontal or parallel lines
surface (mounting)
where the drawing is fixed directly to another piece of paper or card
window (mounting)
where a hole is cut into a piece of card and the drawing is mounted behind the card so it shows through the window