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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GUWAHATI
Department of Civil Engineering
Tutorial Sheet #01: Lettering and Dimensioning

Time: 180 minutes                                                                         ME 111 : Engineering Drawing (2009-10–I)
Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: The exercise given in Question – 1 will be carried out for all the subsequent tutorial sheets. The
students are advised to draw the borders as well as the title block as per the dimensions given in all
subsequent sheets. Failure to do so will attract negative marks.

ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS

Question – 1                                                                                                          [20 marks]
Draw all the borders on the drawing sheet as marked in Figure 1(a). Draw the title block on the
right bottom corner of the drawing sheet as shown in Figure 1(a) and fill-up the requisite
information as per sample shown in Figure 1(b).

10
20

10
10

65
170
10

Title Block
Border          Sheet

20                                                                     10    Edge

160

63                                    Title Block
10

All dimensions in mm.
(a)

Figure 1: (a) Position of borders and title block on drawing sheet. (b) Sample of title block.
Question – 2                                                                         [30 marks]
Write the following sentence as freehand single stroke A-type vertical capital letters of height 10
mm.

SKILL AND PROFICIENCY IN FREEHAND LETTERING CAN BE ACHIEVED BY THE
PROPER SELECTION OF APPROPRIATE SIZES AND STYLE OF LETTERING, USE
OF THE STANDARD PROPORTIONS AND CONTINUOUS PRACTICE.

Question – 3                                                                         [20 marks]
The diameter of the external circle shown in figure 2 is is 100 mm. Redraw the figure and
dimension all the geometrical shapes. .

Question – 4                                                                         [30 marks]
Redraw and dimension the part as shown in Figure 3. Each unit on the vertical and horizontal
lines represents 10 mm..

Figure 2
Figure.3

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