Drawing Demonstration Drilling Jig

Drawing Demonstration Drilling Jig

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Drawing Demonstration: Drilling Jig

Technical description of Drawing Demonstration: Drilling Jig

The basis for the course is a drilling jig which can be used to drill holes in a bearing cover. All drilling jig components are clearly laid out on a base plate. It can facilitate the drilling of the workpiece and other small parts. An exploded-view of the jig is printed on the cover to illustrate the construction of the jig. A quarter segment has been cut out of the main body of the drilling jig. This enables demonstration of the terms 'section' and 'half section' as used in technical drawing. The cut-away quarter segment is also present on the base plate, enabling the difficult topic of sectional views to be illustrated. All parts are precision-manufactured on cnc machines and are therefore also suitable for measurement exercises. Optimal learning is established when groups of two or three students work on one model. The comprehensive instructional material is laid-out in line with modern principles and provides effective assistance with lesson preparation.

Specification of Drawing Demonstration: Drilling Jig

  • Part of the technical drawing course
  • Practical drilling jig for the machining of a bearing cover
  • Main drilling jig body fashioned as a half section
  • All drilling jig components made from aluminium, precision-manufactured
  • Clearly identifiable workpiece: red pvc bearing cover
  • Base plate with screen-printed exploded-view drawing
  • Instructional material incorporates action-oriented and interdisciplinary forms of teaching

Dimensions and weight of Drawing Demonstration: Drilling Jig

  • L x w x h: 420 x 300 x 65 mm (tray)
  • Weight: approx. 3 kg

 

 


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