To give additional information
To give architectural information
To provide special notes for supervisors
To explain the materials list
What are the lines on a construction drawing that represent the
edges of surfaces and are somewhat heavier called?
Refer to Table 15, page 125. How many BF are there in a 2
inch by 12inch board that is 16 feet long?
What are the three most commonly used hinges?
Fullmortise, cabinet, and hinge harp
Fullmortise, spring, and continuous
Fullmortise, fullsurface, and halfsurface
Fullmortise, special, doubleacting locks, and striker
Why are screws better to use in wide ranges of construction?
They cost less.
There are more sizes.
They are harder than nails.
They have better holding power.