Introduction to Graphics Communications for Engineers (B.E.S.T series) https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0073522643.jpeg 4 9780073522647 Bertoline's texts are the leading books in the engineering and technical graphics fields. Introduction to Graphics Communication for Engineers presents both traditional and modern approaches to engineering graphics, providing engineering and technology students a strong foundation in graphics methods through visualization, drawing, drafting, CAD software, and 3-D modeling. A strong emphasis on design in industry is found throughout, reinforcing the real and practical ways that technical graphics skills are used by engineers. Introduction to Graphics Communications for Engineers is part of McGraw-Hill's B.E.S.T. series that introduces students to standard practices and tools used by engineers and engineering students.
Introduction to Graphics Communications for Engineers  (B.E.S.T series)

Introduction to Graphics Communications for Engineers (B.E.S.T series)

4th Edition
By Gary Bertoline
ISBN10: 0073522643
ISBN13: 9780073522647
Copyright: 2009
09780073522647

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1. Introduction to Graphics Communications

2. Sketching and Text

3. Section and Auxiliary Views

4. Dimensioning and Tolerancing Practices

5. Reading and Constructing Working Drawings

6. Design and 3-D Modeling