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Drafting for Electronics, 3rd Edition

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Features

  • Adheres to conventional practices and current standards. Pg.___
  • Includes more than 250 photos and 600 drawings. Pg.___
  • Introduces the specialized equipment used by the electronic designer and drafter, concentrating on manual tools and equipment. Pg.___
  • Covers lettering — including manual and machine lettering as well as CAD variations and techniques. Pg.___
  • Overviews the types of lines found on electronic diagrams and electromechanical drawings for packaging. Pg.___
  • Introduces variations of projection and dimensioning that are found throughout the industry and, in particular, the various forms utilized by the electronics industry. Pg.___
  • Explains the use of pictorial representations and how they are an integral part of electronic documentation and literature. Pg.___
  • Provides an overview of electronics and its specialized language:
    • Covers the basics of electronics for those students who have not had an introductory electronics class. Pg.___

    • Introduces electronic components and symbols. Pg.___

    • Discusses electronic standards, designations, and abbreviations used on electronics diagrams and drawings. Pg.___

    • Considers microcircuits. Pg.___

  • Covers the general types of diagrams found in electronics — schematic, block, and wiring diagrams. Pg.___
  • Introduces and overviews the various specialized areas found in the electrical or industrial areas of the electronics industry:
    • Motors and control circuits. Pg.___

    • Logic circuits — the symbols and theory and their application to programmable controllers and robotics. Pg.___

    • Power distribution. Pg.___

  • Concludes with discussions of several very specialized areas of electronics, e.g.:
    • Printed circuit board design and development. Pg.___

    • The essentials of electromechanical design. Pg.___

  • Provides extensive appendices — including two glossaries, quick reference symbols, and many tables. Pg.___
  • Includes numerous questions and problems. Pg.___
  • Re-orders content to keep similar materials together.
    • The first five chapters cover drafting fundamentals, particularly how they relate to the field of electronics and electromechanical design and drafting. Pg.___

    • The remaining chapters provide a detailed analysis of electronics and the types and variations of graphic documentation required to bring an electronic product to market. Pg.___

  • Expands the introduction to the use of the software to include not only an overview of CAD and its use in the electronics field, but also a fundamental introduction to AutoCAD. Pg.___

Description

  • Copyright 1998
  • Dimensions: 8 1/4" X 10 7/8"
  • Pages: 594
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Book
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-602137-9
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-602137-7

Provides a comprehensive Introduction to Drafting, with all examples, applications and exercises related to electronics.

Sample Content

Table of Contents



 1. Equipment, Instruments, and Materials.


 2. Lettering.


 3. Linework.


 4. Projection and Dimensioning.


 5. Pictorials.


 6. Computers in the Design and Manufacturing Process.


 7. Fundamentals of Electronics.


 8. Components and Symbols.


 9. Designations, Standards, and Abbreviations.


10. Microcircuits.


11. Schematic Diagrams.


12. Block Diagrams.


13. Wiring Diagrams.


14. Motors and Control Circuits.


15. Logic Diagrams.


16. Programmable Controllers and Robotics.


17. Power Distribution.


18. Printed Circuit Boards.


19. Electronic Packaging.


Appendix: Tables.

Updates

New To This Edition

  • NEWRe-orders content to keep similar materials together.
    • The first five chapters cover drafting fundamentals, particularly how they relate to the field of electronics and electromechanical design and drafting.
    • The remaining chapters provide a detailed analysis of electronics and the types and variations of graphic documentation required to bring an electronic product to market.
  • NEW—Expands the introduction to the use of the software to include not only an overview of CAD and its use in the electronics field, but also a fundamental introduction to AutoCAD.

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