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Military prints are prepared in accordance with
Heavy unbroken lines
Used to indicate visible edges of an object
Medium lines with short evenly spaced dashes used to indicate concealed edges.
Thin lines made up long and short dashes alternately spaced and consistent in length.
Used to indicate symmetry about an axis and location of center.
Thin unbroken lines
used to indicate extent of dimensions
Thin lines terminated with arrow heads at each end.
Used to indicate measured distance
Thin lines terminated with arrow heads or dot at one end.
Used to indicate a part, dimension, or other reference.
Thin ruled lines with freehand zig-zags
Used to reduce the size of a drawing required to delineate object and reduce detail.
Used to indicate alternate position of part, repeated detail or to indicate a datum plane
Phantom or Datum Lines
Medium lines or short dashes evenly spaced and labled
Used to indicate stitching or sewing
Thick short lines with arrowhead
Used to indicate in which sectional or plane that is viewed or taken.
Used to illustrate particular parts of an object
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