Common rules of draft shaping and finishing



When shaping and finishing drafts it is obligatory keep strictly to demands of State Standards.

Formats State Standard 2.301-68*

The standard sizes of a drawing sheets are given in Table 1.1.


Table 1.1– Standard sizes of a drawing sheets

Denotation A0 A1 A2 A3 A4
Sizes of sides, mm x mm 841x1189 594x841 420x594 297x420 210x297


The layout of drawing sheet is shown in Fig. 1.1.

The title block takes place along longer or shorter side of format on all of formats (except for A4). Title block is stirred only along shorter side on the sheets of format of A4(fig.1.1, b).

a b

Figure 1.1 - Title block


There are three forms of title block. Title block (form 1) is intended for all of cases of drawings and charts is shown in figure 1.2




Figure 1.2 – Form 1 of title block (a– in Ukraine, b – in English)


The title blocks (form 2 and form 2а) are used for the text document (specification) are shown in figure 1.3 (on the first sheets) and in figure 1.4 (on the next sheets).





Figure 1.3 – Form 2 of title block


Figure 1.4 – Form 2a of title block


Title blocks indicate: in column 1 is the name of the article; in column 2 is the denotation of a document; in column 3 is the denotation of part material ; in a column 4 is the index of production.

Nonstandard title block can be used in doing home works in geometrical and projecting drawings (figure 1.5).


Figure 1.5 – Non-standard title block

Scales State Standard 2.302-68*

A scale is the correlation of linear sizes of the depiction to the actual sizes of the object.

The various types of scales used in machine drawing are:

1. Full scale

2. Reduced scales (scales of dimensions).

3. Enlarged scales (scales of augmentation).

The standard scales are given in Table 1.2.


Table 1.2 – Scales

Reduced scale 1:2; 1:2,5; 1:4; 1:5; 1:10, 1:15; 1:20; 1:25; 1:40; 1:50; 1:75; 1:100; 1:200; 1:400; 1:500; 1:800; 1:1000
Full scale 1:1
Enlarged scale 2:1; 2,5:1; 4:1; 5:1; 10:1; 20:1; 40:1; 50:1; 100:1

The scale is indicated in the proper column of title block on a drawing .

Lines State Standard 2.303-68*

National Ukrainian Standards established nine types of lines according to its graphical shape and thickness. All lines of the same type must have the same thickness. For this end they sharpen pencils in shape of cone or in shape of spade and they use the proper hardness of pencils. Thus lines of s/3 thickness are recommended to draw by pencils of T, 2T, 3T (H, 2H, 3H), and lines of s, s/2 or 1,5s thickness by pencils of MT, TM (HB, BH).

The types of lines are shown in a table 1.3.


Table 1.3 – Lines

Name Shape Thickness of the line Application
Continuous thick basic (S) 0,5 ... 1,4 mm Working frame of format, lines of visible contour
Continuous thin S/3 ... S/2 Lines are an extension, dimension, leader and shadings
Continuous waved S/3 ... S/2 Break lines
Dashed (hidden) S/3 ... S/2 These lines are used to show the hidden features of a part.
Dashed pointed (center) S/3 ... S/2 Axial and central lines
Cutting plane line S ... 1,5 S Line of section

Drawing Fonts State Standard 2.304-81*

Draft fonts are obligatory when lettering the drawings by hand. National Ukrainian Standards established such dimensions of fonts in millimetres: 1,8; 2,5; 3,5; 5; 7; 10; 14; 20, 28; 40. Font 1,8 is not recommended. Four types of font are established for Russian, Latin, Greek letters, Arabic and Roman numerals. Those types of font calls A and B, and each of them may be right (without inclination), and inclined fonts with angle of 75°. For each type of font its height h is defined by height of capital letters. Height of letters is measured in millimeters along a perpendicular to the base of an inscription. Width d of font lines is defined according to type of font. For A font type d=l/14h, and for E: d=l/10h. It is recommended to make up lettering E inclined font type. Base parameters of E font type are given in table 2.

For correct lettering an auxiliary grid should be drawn by thin lines. The vertical and horizontal grid step is equal to thickness of heavying in of the font.

The main requirements for lettering are

1. Legibility

2. Uniformity

3. Ease of writing

4. Rapidity of execution.

Single stroke letters meet these requirements and are universally used. Good lettering should conform to uniformity of thickness, style, scope, size and spacing.

Modern Roman — Refer to Fig. 1.6.

Figure 1.6 – Fonts


Conventional Representation of Materials State Standard 2.306-68*

A variety of materials are used for making machine components. It is therefore preferable to follow different conventions of section lining for different materials as given in Table 1.4.

Table 1.4 – Conventional Representation of Materials

Material Denotation
Metals and hard alloys
Non-metal materials, after the exception of indicated below
Ceramics and silicate materials
Glass and transparent materials

It is nesessaty to take the corner of 30°or 60° instead of 45° if the lines of shading coincide with the direction of the lines of contour. Narrow areas of cuts with a width less than 2 mm, allow to show blacken (figure 1.7).



Figure 1.7 – Examples of Conventional Representation of Materials

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