WORKING DRAWING 1, 2 &
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
All students currently enrolled in the above subject(s) are to make themselves
aware of the following requirements for the production and submission of ALL assignments
associated with the particular subjects.
a. Set of drafting disposable pens "ARTLINE”
0.1 and 0.4 or 0.5
b. Scale rule that has the following scale as
1:100, 1:50, 1:20, 1:1
c. Set Squares 45° & 60°/30°
type (ruling edges preferably recessed)
d. Protractor (for measuring angles)
f. Circle template or compass
with attachment for pens (optional)
g. Mechanical pencil 0.5mm (pacer type)
h. Plastic eraser
i. Blade for erasing ink mistakes (either scalpel
or razor blade)
j. ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING Standards & Conventions
(K J Holtom)
k. Roll of masking tape
l. Drawing folio
With eqipment shown
opposite you can also work at home.
Drawing is usually a time consuming subject and most students need to
work additional hours at home to finish their assignments.
All assignments issued to students in class are to be produced
onto the relevant size drawing sheet(s), A3
pre bordered tracing paper, as directed by the Lecturer.
The drafting medium (paper) to use either tracing or film.
ALL assignments are presented as outlined in your program.
3. SUBMISSION OF DRAWINGS:
a. ALL assignments are to be submitted
on the required date as directed by
the Lecturer in charge of the class.
b. A printed copy
of the original, the same size as the original (no taped
photo copies) is to be submitted with the original
c. Copies can be made through the various college
facilities and if not
available, an external commercial printing agency
would have to be used.
d. Late submissions WILL attract a late penalty.
Refer to your program about assesments. There are some
in class assessments
as well as assessment by Folio.
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