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Traditional Engineering Graphics versus Computer-Aided Drafting: A View from Academe
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Engineering Design Graphics Journal Volume 51, Number 1, ISSN 0046-2016

Abstract

Argues for a legitimate role of manually expressed engineering graphics within engineering education as a needed support for computer-assisted drafting work. Discusses what and how students should learn as well as trends in engineering graphics education. Compares and contrasts manual and computer drafting methods. (CW)

Citation

Foster, R.J. (1987). Traditional Engineering Graphics versus Computer-Aided Drafting: A View from Academe. Engineering Design Graphics Journal, 51(1), 38-43. Retrieved December 5, 2022 from .

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