In the technologically advanced world of today, technical drawing with engineering graphics and design employs every important cognitive and manipulative skill in order to aid engineering graphical communication which uses lines, dimensions, scales, symbols and signs to illustrate how products, processes, services and systems look and work.
Technical drawing is applied in many fields, one of which is engineering graphics and design. Many students usually study technical drawing before gaining admission to read engineering and study engineering graphics which is just one out of many engineering subjects. The transition from technical drawing to engineering graphics and further study is usually much easier for students who have had past experience in technical drawing.
Although many people assume that technical drawing is the same as engineering graphics, there is actually a difference between the two: technical drawing is generally employed in producing diagrams and representations of object and shapes on paper…
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