2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 14, 2014 8:44 PM by John Babay

    Reference: (CSWPA-DT) exam

    John Babay



      Having passed the Advanced Drawing Tools Exam on the second go-round. (First-time missed it by one question)



      Thinking back over the test, I am remembering there is one question from both attempts that is still stumping me. It is the Block 1 question that must be projected into another view to get the right dimension on certain feature. The exam hints that you will have to create multiple projections to get to the right one to take the measurement correctly. This is definitely something I cannot grasp on my own.


      Could someone please clue me in to the correct technique to solve this problem?


      Any help would be greatly appreciated!






      Jack B.

        • Re: Reference: (CSWPA-DT) exam
          J. Mather

          I have never seen the exam, and suspect there was some sort of non-disclosure about public discussion of the exam problems -

          but my guess would be a secondary auxiliary view was required.


          If my guess is correct, this can be accomplished two ways, the hard way in the drawing, or the easy way using the Normal To in the part (you might save this as a named view for the drawing).

          Did I guess close?