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Caribbean Examinations Council

Technical
Drawing

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CSEC Technical Drawing Past Papers List of Contents:

Paper 02 (May 2005) 4


Paper 03/1 (May 2005) 11
Paper 03/2 (May 2005) 18
Paper 02 (May 2006) 26
Paper 03/1 (May 2006) 32
Paper 03/2 (May 2006) 38
Paper 02 (May 2007) 44
Paper 03/1 (May 2007) 52
Paper 03/2 (May 2007) 58
Paper 02 (May 2008) 64
Paper 03/1 (May 2008) 71
Paper 03/2 (May 2008) 76
Paper 02 (May 2009) 82
Paper 03/1 (May 2009) 89
Paper 03/2 (May 2009) 97
Paper 02 (May 2010) 103
Paper 03/1 (May 2010) 110
Paper 03/2 (May 2010) 115
Paper 02 (May 2011) 121
Paper 03/1 (May 2011) 127
Paper 03/2 (May 2011) 133
Paper 02 (May 2012) 139
Paper 03/1 (May 2012) 147
Paper 03/2 (May 2012) 153

Paper 02 (May 2013) 159

Paper 03/1 (May 2013) 167

Paper 03/2 (May 2013) 173


Paper 02 (May 2014) 179

Paper 03/1 (May 2014) 187

Paper 03/2 (May 2014) 195


Paper 03/2 May 2011 144

Paper 02 May 2012 150

Paper 03/1 May 2012 158

Paper 03/2 May 2012 164

Paper 02 May 2013 170

Paper 03/1 May 2013 178

Paper 03/2 May 2013 184

Paper 02 May 2014 190

Paper 03/1 May 2014 198

Paper 03/2 May 2014 206


TEST CODE 01247020
FORM TP 2005146 MAY/JUNE2005
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 - General Proficiency
lfhours

(17 MAY 2005 (a.m.))

In addition to the 1-! hours, candidates are allowed 10


minutes to read through the paper. Writing MAY begin
during this time.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and T -square
Metric scale rule

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.

5. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted.

6. The use of graph sheet/paper is NOT allowed.

7. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

8. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2003 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved.
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Answer FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section II (Solid
Geometry).

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I - PLANE GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

1. Figure 1 represents the shape of a template of a 5-point figure.

E- C

A B

Figure 1

Copy the figure showing the construction method for obtaining the FIVE points A, B, C, D and E.

AB = BC = CD = DE = EA = 40 mm (20 marks)

2. (a) Construct a triangle on abase of 100 mm and base angles of 75 and 45.

(b) Inscribe the LARGEST possible square within the triangle with one side of the square lying
on the base of the triangle. (20 marks)

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3. Figure 2 shows the outline of a template.

(a) Draw, FXJLL SIZE, the outline of the template.

(b) Show clearly the methods used for establishing the tangents. Indicate ALL points of
tangency. (20 marks)

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30

tn
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R 12

R30
R 18
DIM. IN MM.
50

Figure 2

4. Construct an Archimedian spiral of TWO convolutions with the LONGEST radius at 80 mm.
(20 marks)

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SECTION II - SOLID GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5. Figure 3 shows the development of the sides of a right square pyramid, which is cut at its lower end.

A
/
&

&

%
B

A

C

'S

[A

Figure 3

Draw, FULL SIZE, the

(a) given development

(b) completed plan and elevation (with DC as the base). (20 marks)

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6. Figure 4 shows two orthographic views of a machined block and a reference line XX at 60 to the
horizontal.

c X
V

50
ELEVATION

o 60
sc

DIM. IN MM.

20 10

PLAN

Figure 4

Using a scale of 1:1, draw the following:

(a) The given views

(b) An auxiliary elevation on the reference line XX (20 marks)

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7. Figure 5 shows two orthographic views o f a square prism interpenetrating a cylinder.

o
00

SQ 50 yc

DIM. IN MM.

110 050

Figure 5

Draw, FU LL SIZE, the following:

(a) The given plan view

(b) The complete elevation showing the curve o f interpenetration


(20 marks)

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8. Figure 6 shows two orthographic views of a machined block in first-angle projection.

10
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O'
H,
X X
100

ITi
fN

DIM. IN MM.
eQC O

X X

Figure 6

Using a scale of 1:1, draw an oblique projection with X-X as the LOWEST line.
(20 marks)

END OF TEST

01247020/F 2005
TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2005147 MAY/JUNE 2005
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
( 12 MAY 2005 (a.m.))

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and T -square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size(~" x 11 ")OR three sheets size (11" x 17") paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be submitted, printed on
sheets of paper.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2003 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved
01247031/F 2005
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Working Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Working Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Working Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

Do NOT spend more than ~ hours on this question.

1. Figure 1, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the outline of a floor plan for a two-bedroom
residence. The building is to be covered with a hip roof.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the FULL section A-A to include:

(i) Foundation details


(ii) Floor construction
(iii) Wall details
(iv) Roof details
(v) THREE vertical dimensions

Show clearly ALL sectional details.

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1:10, the open eave detail to show a suitable method for anchoring the
roof. Show clearly ALL construction details.

Print a suitable title and the scale used at the base of EACH drawing.

Dimensions not given are left to the candidate's discretion.

Specifications:

Doors: D I - Glass sliding, 1800 wide x 2100 high

D2 - Flush door, 900 wide x 2000 high

D3 - Flush door, 750 wide x 2000 high

Windows: - WI - Awning type, 1200 wide x 1200 high

W2 - Glass louvres, 600 wide x 600 high

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Walls External - concrete blocks, 150 thick with 10 mm plaster on both


sides
Internal - concrete blocks, 100 thick with 10 mm plaster on both
sides

Foundation Reinforced concrete, continuous strip footing, 200 mm thick x


600mm wide

Roof Hip roof with 450 mm overhang

Floor 100 mm thick reinforced concrete slab


20 mm thick sand/cement screed
50 mm sand blinding
150 mm thick hardcore

Height of finished floor to top of ring beam - 2800 mm (SO marks)

2. The incomplete outline of a floor layout plan for a three-bedroom residence is shown in Figure 2,
on one of the enclosed sheets.
(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the entire completed floor plan to include a suitable design for the
incomplete section, marked "A". The drawing should include:

(i) ONE master bedroom and adjoining bathroom


(ii) TWO additional bedrooms
(iii) ONE additional bathroom
(iv) Corridor
(v) FOUR main external detail dimensions
(vi) TWO overall dimensions
(vii) Wall thicknesses
(viii) ALL doors and windows
(ix) Kitchen cupboards and appliances
(x) Room names

(b) To a scale of 1: 150, draw and position the building given in Figure 2, on the site plan given
in Figure 3 on one of the enclosed sheets.

The front corner labelled 'X' MUST be located at 5100 mm from the road and 4200 mm
from the South boundary line. The front of the building MUST be parallel to the existing
road.

The completed site plan MUST include the following:

Proposed building
Set backs - distances from boundary lines
Road/driveway
Septic tank, soakaway and sewer lines
Dimensions of property lines
North arrow

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The drawing is to be labelled correctly.

Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.

Dimensions not given are left to the candidate's discretion.

N.JL. Standard drawing practices and conventions for drawing floor plans and site
plans are to be followed.

Specifications

Doors Main entrance: 2 solid panel wooden doors, 900 wide x 2100 high,
each
External: flush doors, 900 wide x 2000 high
Internal: flush doors, 750 wide x 2000 high

Windows Bathroom: Glass louvres, 600 wide x 600 high


Other areas: Glass louvres: 900 wide x 600 high or 1200 wide x 600
high

Walls External - concrete blocks, 150 thick with 10 mm plaster on both


sides
Internal- concrete blocks, 100 thick with 10 mm plaster on both
sides

Roof Hip roof with 450 mm overhang (SO marks)

Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make a neat, vertical sectional sketch in orthographic projection to illustrate the arrangement
between the lintel and the top of the door frame in a concrete block wall construction.

Label ALL members clearly.


(20 marks)

4. Make neat pictorial sketches to illustrate THREE methods for arranging the comer post in
constructing a timber partition. (20 marks)

END OF TEST

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DINING AREA
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OUTLINE OF FLOOR PLAN
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FIGURE 1
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FLOOR LAYOUT PLAN


N.T.S.

FIGURE 2
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SITE LAYOUT
Scale to fit

FIGURE3
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TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2005148 MAY/JUNE2005
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
(12 MAY 2005 (a.m.))

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and T -square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size (84-" x 11 ")OR three sheets size (11" x 17'') paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be submitted, printed
on sheets of paper.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2003 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved
01247032/F 2005
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Assembly Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Assembly Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

Do NOT spend more than ~ hours on this section.

1. Figure 1, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of
the parts that make up a machine vice assembly. In assembly, the fixed jaw plate G), is secured
to the body CD by three countersunk screws G). The moving jaw plate @) is secured to the
moving jaw C1) by the remaining three countersunk screws . The tommy bar @) fits into the
adjusting screw (j) which fits into the body CD and controls the moving jaw @ .
(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the fully assembled machine vice with the jaw plates 20 mm apart:

(i) A FULL plan showing ALL hidden details

(ii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line A-A

(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title, 'Machine Vice Assembly', the scale used, and show the projection method
used by the symbol.
(80 marks)

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2. Figure 2, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details
of the parts that make up a grinding attachment assembly. In assembly, the rest G) is secured to
the body@ by a Ml2 hexagonal bolt and plain washer. The body G) is secured to the base CD
by two MlO hexagonal bolts and plain washers.

(a) Draw FULL SIZE, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the fully assembled grinding attachment:

(i) A FULL plan showing ALL hidden details

(ii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line B-B

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title 'Grinding Attachment Assembly', the scale used, and show the projection
method used by the symbol.
(80 marks)

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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make neat, well-proportioned, sectional orthographic sketches to illustrate any THREE of the
following types of sections:
(i) Half (two views required)
(ii) Local (one view required)
(iii) Off-set (two views required)
(iv) Revolved (one view required)
(v) Aligned (two views required) (20 m arks)

4. Figure 3 shows the body of a wheel cylinder which is used in the braking system of a car.

6 4 6 6 4 6
15 15

a or*> ol/J
1

A
M8 M6
Anchor Bleeding nipple

ri

22

Figure 3

Make a neat isometric sketch, of good proportion, of the wheel cylinder body with the point A
being the LOWEST point of the sketch. (20 marks)

END OF TEST
01247032/F 2005
3-holes M4
lOmin. Full threacP

RIO

(1) BODY 1 off. MS

( 6) T O M M Y B A R I off MS

2 chamber at 45

(7) ADJUSTING SCREW 1 off MS

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M4
10 min length
full thread

(2) MOVING JAW 1 off MS

3-holes 04 c'sunk 010

(3) FIXED JAW PLATE 1 off MS

3-holes 04 c'sunk 010

4) MOVING JAW PLATE 1 off MS

(5) C'SUNK SCREW 6 off MS


Unspecified radii to be R5

MACHINE VICE ASSEMBLY

All dimensions in mm

Figure 1
2-s'face 024

2- mlO
throu.

(1) BASE C.I.

M12 24 min. length full thread

2- M 8,16 min. length full thread

(3) REST C.I.


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2 holes 010 C'bore 024 x 4 deep

(2) BOBY C.L

All fillet radii to be R3


Also required to complete the assembly:
(i) one M12 Hexagonal head bolt and plain washer
(ii) two M10 Hexagonal head bolt and plain washers

GRINDING ATTACHMENT ASSEMBLY

All dimensions in mm

Figure 2
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TEST CODE 01247020


FORM TP 2006145 MAY/JUNE 2006

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 - General Proficiency
lt hours

( 16 MAY 2006 (a.m.) )

In addition to the 1~ hours, candidates are allowed 10


minutes to read through the paper. Writing MAY begin
during this time.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.

5. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted.

6. The use of graph sheet/paper is NOT allowed.

7. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

8. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2004 Caribbean Examinations Council


All rights reserved.
01247020/F 2006
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This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Plane Geometry and Section II, Solid Geometry.
Answer FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section II (Solid
Geometry).

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I (PLANE GEOMETRY)

Answer TWO questions from this section.

1. (a) Draw a line AB, 95 mm long. Divide AB into seven equal parts.

(b) Construct a rectangle with sides equal to ~ and ~ of AB, given in (a) above.
(20marks)

2. Figure 1 shows the trademark of a car manufacturing company. The trademark shows four equal
circles inscribed in the larger circle. Show the construction procedure for obtaining such a design.

0100

Figure 1

(20marks)

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3. Using the focus method, draw the curve of a hyperbola with the eccentricity of 5:3. The distance
from its vertex to its focal point is 25 mm and from vertex to directrix is 15 mm.
(20 marks)

4. Figure 2 shows the line ABC at an angle of 45 to the horizontal at B and a circle, centre O, touching
the line ABC at point P.

V i circumference

DIM. IN MM

Figure 2

(a) Copy, FULL SIZE, the given view.

(b) Plot the locus of point P when the circle, centre O, makes one complete revolution along
the line ABC. (20 marks)

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SECTION II (SOLID GEOMETRY)

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5. Figure 3 shows a plan and elevation of a right square pyramid cut by a plane DD at 60 to the
horizontal.

ELEVATION

DIM. IN MM

PLAN

Figure 3

Draw, FULL SIZE, the following views:

(a) The given plan

(b) The given elevation

(c) The development with S-S as the seam (20 marks)

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6. Figure 4 shows two orthographic views of a machined block and a reference line XY at 45 to the
horizontal.

ELEVATION

PLAN

Figure 4

Using a scale of 1 : 1, draw the following:

(a) The given views

(b) An auxiliary elevation on the reference line XY (20 marks)

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7. Figure 5 shows two orthographic views of a block.

2 HOLES
0 8X15
DEEP

RIO

DIM. IN MM

Figure 5

Using the cabinet or cavalier method, draw an oblique projection of the block.

STATE the method used.

Omit ALL hidden detail lines. (20 marks)

8 . A right-hand helical spring is made from a steel bar having a circular cross-section with diameter
10 mm. The outside diameter of the spring is 70 mm. The pitch of the coils is 50 mm.

Draw TWO convolutions of the spring.

Show ALL relevant constructions employed.

Hidden details are NOT required. (20 marks)

END OF TEST

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TEST CODE 01247031


FORM TP 2006146 MAY/JUNE 2006

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours I 0 minutes

( 11 MAY 2006 (a.m.))

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size (g.}" x 11 ")OR three sheets size (11" x 17'') paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be submitted, printed on
sheets of paper.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2004 Caribbean Examinations Council


All rights reserved
01247031/F 2006
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Working Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Working Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Working Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this question.

1. The outline of the floor plan for a refreshment booth at a national historic site is shown in
Figure 1 on the enclosed sheet. The building is to be constructed with a hip roof.

(a) Using a scale of 1 :50, draw the completed floor plan to show a suitable design for the booth.
The design must include:
Service area
Counter tops for serving
Kitchen area for packaging snacks and serving drinks (to include appliances)
Seating furniture
Toilet facilities for patrons
Toilet and bathroom facilities for staff
Windows and doors must be shown.

Drawing must be fully labelled (room names) and dimensioned (at least 10 dimensions)
according to standard drawing practice.

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1 : 50, the front elevation of the building designed at (a) to show the roof
design, doors, windows and other details.
At the base of EACH drawing, print a suitable title and the scale used.
Specifications:
WalJs External- concrete blocks, 150 mm thick
10 mm plaster both sides
Internal - concrete blocks, 100 mm thick
10 mm plaster both sides
Roof overhang - 600mm wide
Roof covering Wooden (hardwood) shingles
Fascia 25 mm x 250 mm hardwood
Doors Internal - 700 mm x 2000 mm high flush door
External- candidates' design
-900 mm x 2100 mm high flush door
Windows Bathroom- 600 mm wide x 600 mm high casement window
Finished floor
to walJ plate 3000mm (SO marks)

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FLOOR PLAN OUTLINE


Scale- NTS
Figure 1

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2. The outline of the roof and floor plan for a refreshment booth at a national historic site is shown in
Figure 1 on the enclosed sheet. The outline of the roof shown in broken lines gives an indication
of the roof design.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1 :50, the roof framing plan for the building, showing CLEARLY the
following exposed framing members:

(i) Hip rafters

(ii) Common rafters

(iii) Jack rafters

The building outline MUST be shown. Your drawing must be FULLY labelled and
dimensioned.

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1 : 20 and in accordance with standard drawing practice, the sectional
detail at the ridge. Your drawing must be FULLY labelled and size of members indicated.

At the base of EACH drawing, print a suitable title and the scale used.

Specifications

Roof overhang 600mm wide


Roof covering wooden (hardwood) shingles
Fascia 25 mm x 250 mm hardwood
Rafters 50 mm x 200 mm wood -
600 mm apart (SO marks)

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j ROOF OVERHANG

,.----- BUILDING OUTLINE -


EXTERNAL WALL
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SEPARATE FACILITIES)
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FLOOR PLAN OUTLINE


Scale- NTS

Figure 1

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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make a neat, sectional sketch in elevation to illustrate a typical strip-footing detail and concrete
floor slab.

Drawing must show:

(i) Footing

(ii) Foundation wall

(iii) Hardcore

(iv) Floor slab

(v) Sand blinding

(vi) Reinforcement

(vii) Block wall

Label ALL members clearly. (20marks)

4. Make a neat, pictorial sketch in good proportion to illustrate an exposed section of a typical,
wooden, partition-framing construction with a door frame.

Drawing must show:

(i) Stud

(ii) Sole plate

(iii) Skirting

(iv) Door frame

Label ALL members clearly. (20marks)

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TEST CODE 01247032


FORM TP 2006147 MAY/JUNE 2006
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
( 11 MAY 2006 (a.m.) )

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size (8}" x 11 ")OR three sheets size (11" x 17") paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be submitted, printed
on sheets of paper.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2004 Caribbean Examinations Council


All rights reserved
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Assembly Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Assembly Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this section.

I. Figure I, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of
the parts that make up a bearing clamp assembly. In assembly, the body (I) is fitted into the base
Q) and is fixed by the bolt G), hex. nut@) and washer G) on which the parts pivot. The screw
@ is fitted into the body @ and the handle (j) is fitted onto the screw @ and secured by a pin
(not to be shown).

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the bearing clamp, fully assembled and in closed position:

(i) A FULL plan showing ALL hidden details

(ii) A FULL, sectional, front elevation taken on the cutting plane line A-A

(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title, 'Bearing Clamp Assembly', the scale used and show the projection method
used by symbol.
(80 marks)

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2. Figure 2, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details ofthe
parts that make up a lever assembly. In assembly, the tapered shaft @ is secured to the lever
CD in the tapered hole by the Ml2 hex. nut G) and washer@ . The spindle (I} is also secured
to the lever(!) by the woodruff key@ , M16 hex. nut G) and washer@. The stud@ is screwed
into the lever CD .
(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the lever, fully assembled:

(i) A FULL, end elevation, showing ALL hidden details

(ii) A FULL, sectional, front elevation taken on the cutting plane line B-B and showing
a broken-out section around the woodruff key

(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title, 'Lever Assembly' , the scale used and show the projection method used by
symbol.
(80 marks)

Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Use proportional, sectional, orthographic projection sketches to illustrate any THREE of the
following engineering features:

(a) A double-riveted joint

(b) The use of a bolt and spring washer in application

(c) The conventional representation of a fillet weld and symbol

(d) A set bolt in assembly

(e) A cotter pin securing a lever to a spindle (20marks)

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4. Figure 3 shows the elevation and plan of a lathe tool holder.

Draw, in isometric projection, the lathe tool holder with S as its LOWEST point.

OMIT the four M8 slotted grub screws and tapped holes.

M10 SLOTTED
GRUB SCREW

4-M8
SLOTTED
GRUB SCREWS

LATHE TOOL HOLDER


Figure 3
(20 marks)

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HEX. NUT

FRONT
END

BOLT

WASHER

BASE
PLAN

SCREW
BODY

BEARING CLAMP ASSEMBLY


All Dimensions in nun
Unspecified Fillet Radii To Be 5

HANDLE

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WOODRUFF KEY

TAPERED SHAFT

M16 HEX. NUT

(3) M12 HEX NUT

WASHER

END
ELEV.
@ WASHER
LEVER

STUD

LEVER ASSEMBLY
All dimensions in mm

SPINDLE
Unspecified radii to be R5

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TEST CODE 01247020


FORM TP 2007135 MAY /JUNE 2007
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 - General Proficiency
]!... hours
2

( 15 MAY 2007 (a.m.))

In addition to the 1~ hours, candidates are allowed


10 minutes to read through the paper. Writing MAY
begin during this time.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Traditional Drawing Method
Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule
N.B. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted for this
Option.
Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size (si" x 11 ")OR three sheets size (11" x 17'') paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software
N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be printed on sheets of
paper and submitted.
2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.
3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.
4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.
5. The use of graph sheet/paper is NOT allowed.
6. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
7. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO


Copyright 2006 Caribbean Examinations Council
All rights reserved.
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This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Plane Geometry and Section II, Solid Geometry.
Answer FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section II
(Solid Geometry).

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I - PLANE G EO M ETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

1.

Figure 1

Figure 1 above shows an irregular polygon with AB = 40 mm, BC = 30 mm, AE = 20 mm,


ED = 50 mm and CD = 27 mm.

(a) Construct the figure using COMPASSES and RULE ONLY.

(b) Determine the area of the figure in mm graphically.

(c) State the area of the figure.


(20 marks)

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2.

Figure 2

Figure 2 above shows the outline for a light bulb.

(a) Reproduce the figure showing clearly the construction methods used for obtaining the
centre o f the arcs required.

(b) Identify clearly, the method o f obtaining all points o f tangency.


(20 marks)

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3.
160

B
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Figure 3

Figure 3 above shows a crank OA, oflength 25 mm, which rotates around centre 0. AB is a link
110 mm long and is constrained at B, which moves along XY. Draw the locus of point Pas OA
makes one rotati<?n in the direction of the arrow 'F'. AB = 110 mm and AP = 45 mm.
(20marks)

4. The perimeter of a triangle ABC, is 160 mm in length.

(a) Construct the triangle with sides AC : BC : AB :: 4 : 5 : 6.


Make AB the base of the triangle.

(b) Construct ANY escribed circle of the triangle.


(20marks)

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SECTION II- SOLID GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5.

PPL

Rf
HGPLf

Figure 4

Figure 4 shows the elevation of a block with the location of the picture plane line (PPL), horizontal
line (HL), horizontal ground plane line (HGPL) and station point (SP), for the preparation of a two-
point perspective view of the block.

(a) Copy the given layout as shown.

(b) Construct the two-point perspective view of the block.


(20marks)

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6.

c
Ill
c('f')

X A1 y

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c
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M

c
65

Figure 5

Figure 5 shows two orthographic views of a triangular lamina ABC.

(a) Copy the given views.

(b) Construct the true shape of the lamina showing clearly the method used.

(c) Construct the true angle that the triangle makes with the horizontal plane XY.
(20marks)

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7.

Figure 6

Figure 6 shows the plan and incomplete front elevation of two cylindrical prisms intersecting each
other. Using first-angle orthographic projection, draw

(a) the given plan and completed front elevation showing the curves of interpenetration

(b) an end view IN THE DIRECTION OF ARROW 'A' .


(20marks)

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8.

Seam

~------+-----~x

I <1>80
I
Figure 7

Figure 7 shows the elevation of a truncated cone with a square hole cut straight through.

(a) Copy the given view.

(b) Draw the development of the cone with the pierced hole. Use X- X as the seam.
(20marks)

END OF TEST

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TEST CODE 01247031


FORM TP 2007136 MAY/JUNE 2007
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
( 10 MAY 2007 (a.m.) )

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size (g}" x 11 ") OR three sheets size (11" x 17") paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be printed on sheets of
paper and submitted.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2006 Caribbean Examinations Council


All rights reserved
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Working Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Working Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Working Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this question.

1. A security guard hut is to be constructed at the entrance of a schooL The building is to be of


concrete block construction and to measure 3000 rnm x 3000 rnm. It is to be covered with a hip
roof.

Draw to a scale of 1:50, the following drawings of the building:

(a) Floor plan


(b) Foundation plan
(c) Two elevations (one facing roadway, one facing driveway)
(d) Roof plan
(e) Site plan

The design must include provision for the following:

(i) Service window


(ii) Doors and windows
(iii) Work area with desk or counter
(iv) Changing area
(v) Toilet and sink
(vi) Internal and external walls
(vii) Six main dimensions
(viii) Room names
(ix) Labelling of roof members

Draw and position the building at the entrance to the site given in Figure 1 on the
enclosed sheet. The completed site plan is to be drawn to a scale of 1:200 and must
include:

a) Proposed building
b) Roadway
c) Driveway
d) Septic tank and soakaway
e) North arrow

Print a suitable title and the scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidate's discretion.

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N.B. Standard drawing practices and conventions for completing working drawings are to be
followed.

Specifications:

Doors Entry/exit door- hardwood panel - 900 wide x 2000 high


Internal- flush door- 750 wide x 2000 high
Windows Service window - vertical sliding 1000 wide x 1000 high
Others - casement type - 900 wide x 1000 high
Walls External- concrete blocks- 150 thick 10 mm, plaster both sides
Internal- concrete blocks- 100 thick 10 mm, plaster both sides
Foundation Reinforced concrete, continuous strip footing, 200 thick x 600 wide
Roof Hip roof with 300 mm overhang

Height of finished floor to ring beam - 2000 mm


(80 marks)

2. The outline of a floor plan layout for a two-bedroom residence is shown in Figure 2 on the
enclosed sheet.
The building is to be covered with a combination hip and gable roof as shown by the roof outline
on the drawing.

(a) Draw to a scale of 1:50, the completed floor plan. The drawing should include:
(i) Internal and external walls
(ii) All doors and windows
(iii) Kitchen appliances and base cupboards
(iv) Names of all rooms
(v) Closets
(vi) EIGHT main dimensions
(vii) TWO overall dimensions

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1:50 and in accordance with standard drawing practice, the following
elevations of the building:

(i) The front elevation


(ii) The side elevation

Print a suitable title and the scale used at the base of EACH drawing.

Dimensions not given are left to the candidate's discretion.

N.B. Standard drawing practices and conventions for drawing floor plans and elevations are
to be followed.

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Specifications:

Doors D 1 - glass sliding, 1800 wide x 2100 high


D2 - panel door, 900 wide x 2000 high
D3 -flush door, 750 wide x 2000 high

Windows W 1 - casement type, 1200 wide x 750 high


W 2 - glass sliding, 750 wide X 400 high

Walls External- concrete blocks, 150 thick 10 mm plaster both


Internal- concrete blocks, 100 thick 10 mm plaster both

Roof Gable and hip combination with 300 mm overhang

Height of finished floor to wall plate - 2400


(SO marks)

Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make a neat orthographic sketch to show the components of a pre-fabricated roof truss of timber
construction. Show sizes and label all parts clearly. (20 marks)

4. Make neat pictorial sketches to illustrate the following types of doors:

(a) Panel door

(b) Hollow flush door

(c) Ledge, brace and battened door

Show sizes and label all members clearly.


(20marks)

END OF TEST

01247031/F 2007
FORM TP 2007136 TEST CODE 01247031
C A R I B B E A N E X A M I N A T I O N S C O U N C I L
SECONDARY EDUCATION C ER TIFIC A TE
EXAMINATION
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 - General Proficiency

38700 (Main road 3000 wide)

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DIAGRAM NOT DRAWN TO SCALE

Figure 1
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FORM TP 2007136 TESTCODE 01247031


CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION- BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 - General Proficiency

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TEST CODE 01247032


FORM TP 2007137 MAY/JUNE 2007

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
( 10 MAY 2007 (a.m.) )

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size (SI" x 11 ")OR three sheets size (11" x 17'') paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be printed on sheets of
paper and submitted.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2006 Caribbean Examinations Council


All rights reserved
01247032/F 2007
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Assembly Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Assembly Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this section.

1. Figure 1 on one ofthe enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of the
parts that make up a roller assembly. In assembly, one bracket is secured to the base CD by
two MlO allen screws. The outer rim of the bushing@ is aligned with the top of the bracket. The
shaft @is inserted into the bushing and bracket, and the roller G) slides over the bushing.
The second bushing is attached to the other end of the shaft and the second bracket slides onto the
protruding end of the shaft and is secured to the base with the two remaining MlO allen screws.

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the fully assembled roller assembly:

(i) An end elevation showing ALL hidden details

(ii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line A-A

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius, and a metric screw
thread.

(c) Print the title, "Roller Assembly", and the scale used. Show the projection method used,
by symbol.
(80 marks)

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2. Figure 2 on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of the
parts that make up a pipe vice assembly. In assembly, the screw G) is inserted into the body CD
The handle is inserted into the screw. The movable jaw@) is attached to the screw using the
pin.

(a) Draw FULL SIZE, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the fully assembled pipe vice:

(i) The plan showing ALL hidden details

(ii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line B-B

(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title, 'Pipe Vice Assembly', and the scale used. Show the projection method used,
by the symbol.
(80 marks)

Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make neat, well-proportioned, sectional orthographic sketches to compare the following engineer-
ing features in application:

(a) Tab and spring washers

(b) Gib head and woodruff keys

(c) Single-and double-riveted lap joints


(20marks)

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4. Figure 3 shows two orthographic views of a precision bearing housing.


80

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Make a neat isometric sketch, of good proportion, of the precision bearing housing with the point
'A' being the LOWEST point of the sketch.
(20marks)

END OF TEST

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TEST CODE 01247020


FORM TP 2008130 MAY/JUNE 2008

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 - General Proficiency
11hours

( 13 MAY 2008 (a.m.) )

In addition to the 1-} hours, candidates are allowed


10 minutes to read through the paper. Writing MAY
begin during this time.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Traditional Drawing Method
Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule
N.B. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted for this
Option.
Computer-Aided Drafting Method
A minimum of six sheets of size (sj" x 11 ")OR three sheets size (11" x 17'') paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software
N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be printed on sheets of
paper and submitted.
2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.
3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.
4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.
5. The use of graph sheeUpaper is NOT allowed.
6. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
7. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.
DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2006 Caribbean Examinations Council .


All rights reserved.
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This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Plane Geometry and Section II, Solid Geometry.
Answer FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section II
(Solid Geometry).

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I- PLANE GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

1. (a) Using the focal point method, construct an ellipse with a major axis of 160 mm and a minor
axis of 106 mm.

(b) Construct a tangent to the ellipse at point C on the curve, 30 to the major axis.
(20marks)

2.
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080

Figure 1.

Figure 1 above shows the outline of a belt-drive pulley around two pulley wheels with a tensioning
wheel between them. Draw the outline showing the points of tangency between the wheels and the
belt. Show construction methods clearly.
(20marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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3.

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Figure 2 above shows a circle, centre 0, and two points A and B.

(a) Draw the given circle and establish points A and B.

(b) Draw a circle to pass through the two given points A and Band touch the given circle.
Show construction clearly.
(20marks)

4. (a) Construct a regular heptagon with one side 40 nun.

(b) Construct a similar figure TWICE the area of the regular heptagon in (a).
(20marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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SECTION II- SOLID GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5.

040

Figure 3.

Figure 3 above shows two views of a cylinder and a triangular prism intersecting each other.

Draw:

(a) the given views

(b) an end view looking in the direction of arrow 'E', showing the curve of interpenetration.
Show hidden detail lines.
(20marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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6.

Figure 4.

Figure 4 above shows the development and incomplete elevation of a cone with a triangle ABC
lying on its surface.

(a) Draw FULL SIZE the given views.

(b) Complete the elevation to show the triangle lying on the surface of the cone.
Show hidden detail lines and construction clearly.
(20marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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7.

Figure 5.

Figure 5 above shows two views of a rectangular channelled section.

(a) Copy the given views.

(b) Draw the auxiliary elevation of the channel on X 1 Y 1 as seen IN THE DIRECTION OF
ARROW 'A'.
(20marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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Figure 6 above shows the plan and elevation of a block. DO NOT COPY the views.

Draw an isometric view of the block with 'S' as its lowest point. (20marks)

END OF TEST

01247020/F 2008
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TEST CODE 01247031


FORM TP 2008131 MAY/JUNE2008
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
( 08 MAY 2008 (a.m.))

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum ofsix sheets of size (s}" x 11 ") OR three sheets size (11" x 17") paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be submitted, printed on
sheets of paper.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated,

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2006 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved.
01247031/F 2008
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Working Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Working Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Working Drawing
Answer ONE question from this section.
Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this question.

1. The outline of a floor plan for a three-bedroom residence is shown in Figure 1, on the enclosed
sheet. The building is to be covered with a gable roof as shown in the drawing.

(a) Draw to a scale of 1:50, the FULL SECTIONAL DRAWING A-A to include:

(i) Foundation details


(ii) Floor construction
(iii) Wall details
(iv) Roof details
(v) At least THREE vertical dimensions

Show clearly ALL sectional details.

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1:20, the sectional wall detail at "B" to show the foundation to roof
detail and to include the window detail. The eave is of open construction.

Show clearly ALL construction details.


Label all main construction members.
Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidate's discretion.

Specifications:

Doors: External- flush door, 900 wide x 2000 high


Internal- flush door, 750 wide x 2000 high
Windows: W 1 - Awning type, 1200 wide x 1200 high
w2- Glass louvres, 600 wide X 600 high
Walls: External- concrete blocks- 150 mm thick with 10 mm plaster on both
sides
Internal- concrete blocks- 100 mm thick with 10 mm plaster on both
sides
Foundation: Reinforced concrete, continuous strip footing, 200 mm thick x 600 mm
wide
Roof: Gable roof with 450 mm overhang

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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Floor: 100 mm thick concrete reinforced slabs


20 mm thick sand/cement screed
50 mm sand blinding
150 mm thick hardcore

Height of finished floor to top of ring beam- 2800 mm.


(SO marks)

2. The outline of a floor plan for a residence, consisting of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, living
room, dining room, kitchen and a porch is shown in Figure 1, on the enclosed sheet.

(a) Draw to a scale of 1:50, the completed floor plan to show:

(i) Wall thicknesses


(ii) All doors and windows
(iii) Kitchen appliances and base cupboards
(iv) Bathroom fixtures
(v) Names of all rooms
(vi) 10 main external dimensions
(vii) 2 overall dimensions

(b) The foundation for the building consists of simple strip footings beneath the foundation
wall. Draw, to a scale of 1:50 and in accordance with standard drawing practice, the
foundation plan for the building. Label and dimension foundation and footings.

Show clearly ALL construction details. Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of
EACH drawing.

Dimensions not ~iven are left to the candidate's discretion.

Specifications:

Doors: External - flush door, 900 wide x 2000 high


Internal- flush door, 750 wide x 2000 high

Windows: W 1 - Awning type, 1200 wide x 1200 high


W2 - Glass louvres, 600 wide x 600 high

Walls: External- concrete blocks, 150 mm thick with 10 mm plaster on both


sides
Internal- concrete blocks, 100 mm thick with 10 mm plaster on both sides

Foundation: Reinforced concrete, continuous strip footing, 200 mm thick x 600 mm


wide
Foundation wall 200 x 200 x 400 mm, foundation block filled with
concrete.
(SO marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make a neat, well proportioned sketch to show the sectional view of a reinforced concrete, straight
flight external stair. Include hatching to show material representation and show ALL steel
reinforcement. Label ALL main components of the stair. (20 marks)

4. Draw a neat, well proportioned, 3 dimensional pictorial sketch to illustrate an elevation of a


casement window. Label ALL members clearly.
(20marks)

END OF TEST

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TEST CODE 01247031


FORM TP 2008131
MAY/JUNE 2008

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL

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TEST CODE 01247032


FORM TP 2008132 MAY/JUNE 2008
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
( 08 MAY 2008 (a.m.) )

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size (8-}" x 11 ") OR three sheets size (11" x 17") paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be submitted, printed
on sheets of paper.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2006 Caribbean Examinations Council .


All rights reserved.
01247032/F 2008
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Assembly Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Assembly Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2..!. hours on this section.
2

1. Figure 1 on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details and
an exploded isometric of the parts that make up a cone assembly. The exploded isometric inset is
a guide to the assembly.

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the
following views of the cone when fully assembled:

(i) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line A-A

(ii) A FULL plan

(iii) A FULL end view looking in the direction of arrow 'E'


Show hidden details ONLY on the plan view.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title, "Cone Assembly", the scale used and show the symbol of the projection
method used.
(80 marks)

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2. Figure 2 on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of
the parts that make up a Vee-block assembly. In assembly, the clamp (D fits on the body CD.
The adjusting screw G) fits in the clamp, and the handle (!) fits into the adjusting screw.
(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the
following views of the vee-block fully assembled:

(i) A FULL plan

(ii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line A-A

(iii) An end elevation looking in the direction of arrow 'C'

Show hidden details ONLY on the plan view.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Printthe title, 'Vee-Block Assembly', the scale used and show the symbol of the projection
method used.
(80 marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Figure 3 shows the details of the parts that make up a stop clamp. The body is of die-cast
aluminium and the screw is of cold-rolled steel with a medium knurl on the head. Make a FULL
SIZE 3-dimensional drawing of the stop clamp assembled with'S' as its lowest point.

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(20 marks)

4. Make neat and well-proportional sketches to illustrate the following engineering features:

(a) A single-riveted lap joint


(b) A countersunk hole
(c) A boss
(d) A counterbored hole
(20marks)

END OF TEST

01247032/F 2008
FORM TP 2008132 TEST CODE 01247032
CARI BBEAN E XAMI NAT I ONS COUNCI L
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - MECHANICAL DRAWING
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency

(3) NUT MS

KEY TO ASSEMBLY

( T ) CONE CS

STUD ms

CONE ASSEMBLY
ALL DIMENSIONS IN MM
(5) STUD LOCKING
SCREW m s

Figure 1.
01247032/F 2008 TO BE ATTACHED TO YOUR ANSWER BOOKLET
FORM TP 2008132 TEST CODE 01247032
C A R I B B E A N E X A M I N A T I O N S C O U N C I L
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency

(3) ADJUSTING SCREW 1 off MS

(4) HANDLE 1 off. MS

VEE BLOCK ASSEMBLY


(1) BODY 1 off. CS ALL DIMENSIONS IN MM

(2) Clamp 1 off. MS

Figure 2.
01247032/F 2008 TO BE ATTACHED TO YOUR ANSWER BOOKLET
TEST CODE 01247020
FORM TP 2009120 MAY/JUNE2009
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 - General Proficiency
11hours

( 12 MAY 2009 (a.m.) )

In addition to the lihours, candidates are allowed


10 minutes to read through the paper. Writing MAY
begin during this time.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Traditional Drawing Method
Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule
Computer-Aided Drafting Method
A minimum of six sheets of size Si" x 11" OR three sheets size 11" x 17" paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software
N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.
2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.
3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.
4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.
5. The use of graph sheet/paper is NOT allowed.
6. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
7. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.
8. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted for BOTH
Traditional Drawing and Computer-Aided Drafting Methods.
DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2007 Caribbean Examinations Council .


All rights reserved.
01247020/F 2009
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This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Plane Geometry and Section II, Solid Geometry.
Answer FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section D
(Solid Geometry).

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I- PLANE GEOMETRY

Answer any TWO questions from this section.

1. (a) Construct a triangle ABC with an altitude of 70 mm and base angles CAB and ABC equal
to 45 and 60 respectively.

(b) Inscribe the LARGEST square within the triangle, with one side lying on AB.
(20marks)

2. Figure 1 shows a triangle with a wheel.

B
142
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Figure 1

(a) Construct a right angled triangle with AC = 156 mm, side AB = 142 mm and wheel diameter
=50mm.

(b) Construct a cycloid for the circle rolling along AC, making C the INITIAL starting point
of the cycloid.
(20 marks)

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3. Figure 2 shows the outline for a template.

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Figure 2

(a) Reproduce the figure showing CLEARLY the construction methods used for obtaining the
straight line AB and the centre of the arcs required.

(b) Identify CLEARLY, the method of obtaining ALL points of tangency.


(20marks)

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4. F igure 3 shows a rhombus ABCD with its diagonals AC and BD with a rod EF and a point P on
it.
D

E
P

C
F

F igure 3

(a) Construct the rhombus with the diagonal AC = 150 mm, sides = 90 mm, rod EF = 50 mm
and EP = 20 mm.

(b) Plot the locus of P, as EF of constant length slides between the diagonals so that its ends E
and F are ALWAYS on the diagonals BD and AC respectively.
(20 m arks)

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SECTION II - SOLID GEOMETRY

Answ er any TW O questions from this section.

Figure 4 shows the elevation and plan of a channel block, with the location o f the picture plane,
ground line, centre line of vision, sight point, vanishing point and horizon line for the preparation
of a O N E-PO IN T perspective view o f the channel block.

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(a) Copy the given layout as shown.

(b) C onstruct a O N E-PO IN T perspective view o f the channel block.


(20 m arks)

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6. Figure 5 shows the elevation and incomplete plan of a truncated hexagonal pyramid.

Figure 5

Using first-angle orthographic projection, draw:

(a) the given elevation and completed plan showing the cut surface

(b) the development of the truncated pyramid with the seam as indicated.
(20marks)

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7. Figure 6 shows the plan and elevation of a line AB.

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Figure 6

(a) Draw the given plan and elevation.

(b) Determine the true length of AB, by revolution or auxiliary method.

(c) Measure and state the true length of AB.


(20 marks)

8. Draw ONE complete turn of a right-hand helical circular cross-section spring, with a pitch of 120
mm. The centre line diameter is 116 mm and the spring is made from 16 mm diameter wire.
(20 marks)

END OF TEST

01247020/F 2009
TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2009121 MAY/JUNE2009
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

( 07 MAY 2009 (a.m.) )

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size ~" x 11" OR three sheets size 11" x 17" paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN TillS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2007 Caribbean Examinations Council


All rights reserved.
01247031/F 2009
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Working Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Working Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
M ethod.

Working Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this question.

1. Figure 1 shows the outline of a floor plan for a one bedroom cottage at a hotel resort. The outline
of the roof of the cottage is shown in broken lines on the drawing, giving an indication of the design
of the roof to be used.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the completed floor plan. The drawing should include:

(i) Internal and external walls


(ii) All windows and doors
(iii) Kitchen appliances, cupboards and cabinets
(iv) Bathroom fixtures
(v) Names of all rooms
(vi) Closets
(vii) 8 main external dimensions

Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidate' s discretion.

Note: Standard drawing practices and conventions for drawing floor plans and site plans are to
be followed.

Specifications:

Walls: External - concrete blocks, 150 mrn thick with 10 mm plaster both sides
Internal - concrete blocks, 100 mrn thick with 10 mm plaster both sides
Doors: D 1 - Glass sliding, 1800 wide x 2 100 high
D2 - Panel door, 900 wide x 2000 high
D3 - Flush door, 750 wide x 2000 high
Windows: W 1 - Awning type, 1200 wide x 1200 high
W2 - Vertical sliding 600 wide x 600 high

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01247031/F 2009
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(b) Draw, to a scale of 1:200, the completed site plan for the building. The site plan is given
in Figure2. The front of the building MUST be drawn parallel to the road. The completed
site plan MUST include:

(i) Proposed building

(ii) Road/driveway

(iii) Septic tank, soakaway and sewer lines

(iv) Distances from boundary lines

(v) Dimensions of property lines

(vi) North arrow

(vii) Trees and shrubs

Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidate's discretion.

Note: Standard drawing practices and conventions for drawing floor plans and site plans are to
be followed.

(80 marks)

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25.0M

HIBISCUS AVENUE

SITE PLAN
DRAWING NOT TO SCALE

Figure 2

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2. The outline of a floor plan layout for a one bedroom cottage at a hotel resort is shown in Figure 3.
The building is to be covered with a combination hip and shed roof as indicated in the drawing.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the complete roof framing plan for the building to show the main
roof members. Label at least FOUR main roof members. The building outline MUST
be shown. SINGLE LINE REPRESENTATION OF ROOF MEMBERS WILL NOT BE
ACCEPTED.

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1: 10, a typical roof detail at the eave to show CLEARLY an accepted
method of roof anchorage, bearing in mind protection from hurricanes.

Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidate's discretion.

Note: Standard drawing practices and conventions for drawing roof plans are to be followed.

Specifications:

Walls External- concrete blocks, 150 mm thick with 10 mm plaster both sides
Internal - concrete blocks, 100 mm thick with 10 mm plaster both sides
Roof overhang 600mm
Roof covering Corrugated galvanized sheeting
Fascia board 25 mm x 150 mm hardwood
Rafters 50 mm x 150 mm treated pitch pine
Hip rafters 50mmx200mm
Ridge board 50 mm x 200 mm

(SO marks)

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01247031/F 2009
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Pi
1800

o
TOILET AND BATH p
>
2
Pfi
O KITCHEN
U
I

CLOSET

ROOF
OUTLINE
3600

BEDROOM LIVING/ DINING


I
2100

PORCH

/ \

FRONT

FLOOR PLAN
SC A LE:-1:50

Figure 3

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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make a neat, well-proportioned sectional sketch to show a typical reinforced concrete strip footing
detail. Include hatching to show material representation. Label ALL main components.
(20marks)

4. The drawing below represents a simple framed wooden partition layout, showing a door and
window opening. Make neat, well-proportioned sketches to show the framing details at A and B.

Window Door
Opening Opening

A.- -J:==tUI

FRAMED WOODEN PARTITION LAYOUT


(20marks)

END OF TEST

01247031/F 2009
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TEST CODE 01247032
FORMTP2009122 MAY/JUNE2009
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - l\1ECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

( 07 MAY 2009 (a.m.) )

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size si" x 11" OR three sheets size 11" x 17" paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidate's discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not dir.ectly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2007 Caribbean Examinations Council


All rights reserved.
01247032/F 2009
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Assembly Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Assembly Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this section.

1. Figure 1 on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details
of the parts that make up a rotary tool head assembly. In assembly, the connecting shaft (2) is
secured to the base (1) by a pin (6). The body (3) is aligned with the connecting shaft and secured
with the second pin. The tool holder (7) is secured to the tool head using the M4 grub screws
(10). The knob handle (5) is secured to the other end of the body by the M18 hexagonal nut and
washer (8).

(a) Draw FULL size, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the fol lowing views
of the fully assembled rotary tool head assembly:

(i) A plan showing ALL hidden details

(ii) A FULL sectional front e levation taken on the cuting p lane line B-B

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread.

(c) Print the title, "Rotary Tool Head Assembly", and the scale used. Show the projection
method by symbo l.
(80 marks)

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2. Figure 2 on one of the enclosed sheets shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of the
parts that make up a swivel jig assembly. In assembly, the body (1) is secured to the base (3) by
the M6 countersunk head screw (5). The swivel link (2) is attached to the body by the hinge bolt
(4) and fastened by the MlO hexagonal nut (6).

(a) Draw, FULL size, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following views
of the FULLY assembled swivel jig assembly:

(i) A plan showing ALL hidden details.

(ii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane lineA-A. This section
is to be taken so that it passes through the 12 mrn diameter hole in the swivel link.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius, and a metric screw
thread.

(c) Print the title, "Swivel Jig Assembly", and the scale used. Show the projection method by
symbol.
(80marks)

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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make neat, well-proportioned orthographic sketches for the conventional representation of the
following engineering features:
(a) Fillet weld
(b) Grooved weld
(c) Hollow shaft/tubular section
(d) Cylindrical spring
(e) Spot face (two views required)
20 marks

4. Figure 3 shows the two half-section orthographic views of a support bracket.

'1121
- .--- -.-

Figure 3

Make a neat isometric sketch, of good proportion, of the support bracket with the section removed
to reveal internal details of the bracket.
20 marks

END OF TEST

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CARIBBEAN E X A M I N A T I O 'N S COUNCIL
SE CO N D ARY ED UCATIO N C E RTIFIC ATE
EX AM IN ATIO N
TE C H N IC A L DRAW ING
O PTIO N - M E C H A N IC A L ENGINEERING D RAW IN G
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency

M4 Threaded hole
4 mm deep

2mm Undercut-
(2) CONNECTING SHAFT 1 OFF MS
(7) TOOL HOLDER MS 2 OFF
2 x 45 chamfer

3mm Fillet Radii

(5) KNOB HANDLE 1 OFF MS

(1) BASE 1 OFF Cl (8) M18 HEXAGONAL NUT & WASHER 1 OFF

2 holes at M4-

(4) TOOL HEAD MS 1 OFF


(9) M20 HEXAGONAL NUT & WASHER 1 OFF (10) M4 x 0.75 GRUB SCREW 2 OFF

All fillet radii to be R3 All dimensions in mm

ROTARY TOOL HEAD ASSEMBLY


(6) PIN 2 OFF MS
(3) BODY Cl 1 OFF

01247032/F 2009 Figure 1


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EXAMINATION
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 - General Proficiency

3 0 2 0 Bosses
equally spaced
3 0 1 0 holes
equally
spaced R66

----------- 2 x 45

(4) HINGE BOLT MS 1 OFF

i
(6) M10 HEXAGONAL NUT 1 off

(3) BASE Cl 1 OFF

(5) COUNTERSUNK HEAD SCREW M6 X 18 1 Off

SWIVEL JIG ASSEMBLY All fillet radii to be R3

A LL D IM E N SIO N S A R E IN mm

(1) BODY Cl 1 OFF (2) SWIVEL LINK Cl 1 OFF

01247032/F 2009 Figure 2


TEST CODE 01247020
FORM TP 2010115 MAY/JUNE 2010
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL

SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE


EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 General Proficiency
1
12 hours

11 MAY 2010 (a.m.)

In addition to the 112 hours, candidates are allowed


10 minutes to read through the paper. Writing MAY
begin during this time.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Traditional Drawing Method
Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule
Computer-Aided Drafting Method
1
A minimum of six sheets of size 8"
2
x 11" OR three sheets size 11" x 17" paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software
N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.
2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.
3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.
4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.
5. The use of graph sheet/paper is NOT allowed.
6. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
7. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.
8. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted for BOTH
Traditional Drawing and Computer-Aided Drafting Methods.
DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2008 Caribbean Examinations Council .


All rights reserved.
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This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Plane Geometry and Section II, Solid Geometry. Answer
FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section II (Solid Geometry)

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I PLANE GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

1. (a) Draw a line AB 150 mm long.

(b) Divide the line AB geometrically into seven equal divisions.

(c) Draw a circle, using five parts of the line AB as the diameter.

(d) Construct the largest regular pentagon that can be fitted within the circle.

(20 marks)

2. Figure 1 shows a parallelogram ABCD with two adjacent sides AB and BC equal to 100 mm and
60 mm respectively and the angle between them equal to 120.

D C

120
A B

Figure 1

Construct

(a) the parallelogram ABCD

(b) a square equal in area to the parallelogram.

(20 marks)

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3. A triangle ABC has a base AB = 90 mm, side AC = 80 mm and angle BAC = 75.

(a) Construct the triangle ABC.

(b) Construct a triangle XYZ similar to triangle ABC, and with a perimeter of 240 mm.

(20 marks)

4. Figure 2 shows a simple mechanism with point O fixed, while point B is free to slide along the
bar XY as OA rotates in a clockwise direction as shown.

30

20
X Y
B
OA = 40
AB = 90
AP = 40
Figure 2

(a) Copy the given mechanism.

(b) Plot the locus of the point P, as OA makes one complete revolution.
(20 marks)

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01247020/F 2010
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SECTION II SOLID GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5. Figure 3 shows the front elevation and plan of an I-shaped bar.

10
X

50
30
10

60

60
15

Y
10

40
15

Figure 3
Draw

(a) the given front elevation and plan

(b) an auxiliary elevation of the bar on the XY line.

(20 marks)

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6. Figure 4 shows two orthographic views of a truncated right rectangular prism.

30

C1
70
SEAM

C1
15

D C

AB = 40
AD = 35

A B

Figure 4

Draw full size

(a) the two given views

(b) the development of the truncated right rectangular prism with C1 C1 as the seam.

(20 marks)

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7. Figure 5 shows two incomplete orthographic views of a cylinder intersecting a hexagonal prism
at 60.

60
90

40
45

80
A/F
60

Figure 5

(a) Draw the given views.

(b) Complete the elevation showing the curve of interpenetration between the hexagonal prism
and the cylinder.

(c) Complete the plan showing the curve for the end of the cylinder.
(20 marks)

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01247020/F 2010
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8. Figure 6 shows the orthographic views of a WOODEN BLOCK.

R 25

70
20
20

40
60

S
20 20 25
65
140

Figure 6

Draw an isometric view of the block with S as its lowest point.

(20 marks)

END OF TEST

01247020/F 2010
TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2010116 MAY/JUNE 2010
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

06 MAY 2010 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method


1 x 11" OR three sheets size 11" x 17" paper
A minimum of six sheets of size 8"
2
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for sub-
mission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candi-
dates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO

Copyright 2008 Caribbean Examinations Council .


All rights reserved.
01247031/F 2010
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Working Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from the Working Drawing and One question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Working Drawing
Answer ONE question from this section

1 hours on this question.


Do NOT spend more than 2
2

1. Figure 1, on the enclosed sheet, shows the floor plan for a low-income, first-time home owners
residential project. The building is to be covered with a gable roof as indicated in the drawing.
(a) Draw to a scale of 1:50, the full sectional drawing of the building A-A to include:

(i) Foundation
(ii) Floor
(iii) Walls
(iv) Roof
(v) At least three vertical dimensions.
Show clearly all sectional construction details.

(b) Use a suitable scale to draw an enlarged sectional view of a TYPICAL FLOOR DETAIL.
Show all sectional floor and foundation details.
Show clearly ALL construction details.
Label ALL main construction members.
Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidates discretion.

Specifications:

Doors: Internal panel door, 750 wide x 2000 mm high


Windows: Casement type 1200 wide x 1200 mm high
Walls: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick, plastered on both sides
Internal concrete blocks, 100 mm thick, plastered on both sides
Floor: Reinforced concrete slabs, 150 mm thick
Foundation: Reinforced continuous strip footing, 200 mm thick x 600 mm wide
Foundation wall 200 mm concrete block filled with concrete
Roof: Fascia 50 x 200 mm pitch pine
Gable roof with 450 mm overhang
Minimum height of finished floor to top of ring beam 2550 mm
(80 marks)
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01247031/F 2010
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2. The outline of a floor plan for a low-income, first-time home owners residential project is given
in Figure 1 on the enclosed sheet.
The building consists of two bedrooms, one bathroom, living area, dining area, kitchen and porch.

(a) Draw to a scale of 1:50, the completed floor plan to include:

(i) Wall thicknesses


(ii) Kitchen appliances and base cupboards
(iii) All doors and windows
(iv) Bathroom fixtures
(v) Names of all rooms
(vi) 10 external dimensions
(vii) 2 overall dimensions

(b) The outline of the gable roof is shown in Figure 1. Draw to a scale of 1:50,

(i) the front elevation


(ii) the side elevation (as seen in the direction of arrow A)

Show clearly ALL construction details.


Label ALL main construction members.
Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidates discretion.

Specifications

Doors: External panel door, 900 mm wide by 2000 mm high


Front door sliding glass panel doors, 2 doors x 900 mm wide x 2000 mm
high
Internal panel door, 750 mm wide x 2000 mm high

Windows: Casement type, 1200 mm wide x 1200 mm high


Bathroom window awning type, 500 mm wide x 400 mm high

Walls: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick, plastered on both sides


Internal concrete blocks, 100 mm thick, plastered on both sides

Roof: Fascia, 50 x 200 mm pitch pine


Gable with 450 mm overhang
Minimum height of finished floor to top of ring beam 2550 mm
(80 marks)

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01247031/F 2010
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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make a neat, well-proportioned sketch to show a detailed sectional view of a sliding window in
a masonry wall.
Include hatching to show material representation. Label ALL main components of the window.
(20 marks)

4. Figure 1 on the enclosed sheet shows the outline of the floor plan of a building and includes the
roof outline and position of point X.

With X as the lowest point, draw a neat, well-proportioned, three-dimensional sketch to illustrate
an exterior view of the building. Show ALL external features.
(20 marks)

END OF TEST

01247031/F 2010
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 General Proficiency
3500 4500 3500
BEDROOM # 1

2700
KITCHEN
3316

RIDGE BATH
SIDE A

1800
7200

LIVING ROOM
1200

A A
DINING ROOM BEDROOM # 2

2700
1253
ROOF OUTLINE
1350 1350
X
1650
PORCH
NOT TO SCALE FRONT
Figure 1
01247031/F 2010
TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2010117 MAY/JUNE 2010
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

06 MAY 2010 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method


1
A minimum of six sheets of size (8"
2
x 11") OR three sheets size (11" x 17") paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be submitted, printed
on sheets of paper.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2008 Caribbean Examinations Council .


All rights reserved.
01247032/F 2010
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Assembly Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Assembly Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2 1 hours on this section.
2

1. Figure 1 on one of the enclosed sheets shows the first-angle orthographic projection details
of the parts that make up a shaft steady assembly. In assembly the SHAFT CAP 2 fits on the
BODY 1 and is secured with the HINGE PIN 3 . The EYE BOLT 4 is secured to the
left-hand end of the body with the PIVOT PIN 5 and the NUT 6 is attached to the eye bolt.

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the
following views of the steady when fully assembled:

(i) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line A-A.

(ii) The end view looking in the direction of arrow B.

Show hidden details ONLY on the end view.


Show the cutting plane line on the end view.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title Shaft Steady Assembly, the scale used and show the symbol of the
projection method used.
(80 marks)

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01247032/F 2010
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2. Figure 2 on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of
the parts that make up an angled winding jig assembly. In assembly, the WINDING SHAFT
2 fits on the BODY 1 with the threaded end on the left. The SPLIT BUSHING 4 is attached
to the 20 mm end of the winding shaft. The winding shaft is held in position by the SHAFT
CAP 3 and two M8 BOLTS 6 . The PULLEY 5 is attached to the right-hand end of the
shaft. The left-hand end of the shaft is secured with the M10 HEXAGONAL NUT 7 .

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the follow-
ing views of the angled winding jig fully assembled:

(i) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line B-B

(ii) The plan

Show hidden details ONLY on the plan.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title Angled Winding Jig Assembly, the scale used and show the symbol of the
projection method used.
(80 marks)

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01247032/F 2010
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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Figure 3 shows the orthographic projection views of a support bracket.


Make a neat, well-proportioned isometric sketch of the support bracket with B as its lowest point.
(20 marks)

20
16
10
8

25

50

60
R3

B B
85 25
40
5
16
50

SUPPORT BRACKET
17

B
25 R 18
Figure 3

4. Make neat, well-proportioned sketches to illustrate THREE of the following engineering


fasteners:

(a) A castle nut


(b) A slotted nut
(c) A stud
(d) A set screw
(20 marks)

END OF TEST

01247032/F 2010
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SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING

OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING


Paper 03/2 General Proficiency

113
63 113 M8
R 38
21

R 22 R 10
13 R 22 R 38
40

R1 R 10
10

16
16
14
R 12 6

16
6 16 10
33 12 39 63 (4) EYE BOLT - 1 OFF MS
B
45

17

10
20
50

72 85 R 21
80 8
6

12 (2) SHAFT CAP - 1 OFF CI


2

15
18
63
10

10
3 7
M8

38
64
50

20
(6) NUT - 1 OFF MS
A A 4

(3) HINGE PIN - 1 OFF MS


21

(1) BODY - 1 OFF CI


6 50

SHAFT STEADY ASSEMBLY


(5) PIVOT PIN - 1 OFF MS ALL DIMENTIONS IN MM

UNSPECIFIED FILLET RADII = 4

01247032/F 2010 Figure 1


CAR I B B EAN E XAM I NAT I O N S C O U N C I L
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TECHNICAL DRAWING

OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING


Paper 03/2 General Proficiency

R 22 3 R3 R 14 R9

3
R3

8
M8 x 1.0
50
27

18
36
40
R9 R7 20 54

34
R7 16 R 12

7
10
18

8
60 8
(6) M8 x 1.0 BOLT
20 (3) SHAFT CAP - 1 OFF CS 15 MM LENGTH - 2 OFF

73
R 12 30
3 24 12
18

45
24

(7) M10 HEXAGONAL NUT

90
(4) SPLIT BUSHING - 1 OFF BRASS

54
B B
18
C 14
4
1 x 45
CHAMFER
15
3

4
143
20
56
68

(1) BODY - 1 OFF CI


8

8
C 24
192
21 98 30 28 8
(5) PULLEY - 1 OFF CS
32
12

M 10
ANGLED WINDING JIG ASSEMBLY
ALL DIMENSIONS IN MM

18
24

(2) WINDING SHAFT - 1 OFF MS


Figure 2

01247032/F 2010
TEST CODE 01247020
FORM TP 2011120 MAY/JUNE 2011
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL

SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE


EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 General Proficiency
1 hours

10 MAY 2011 (a.m.)

In addition to the 1 hours, candidates are allowed


10 minutes to read through the paper. Writing MAY
begin during this time.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Traditional Drawing Method
Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule
Computer-Aided Drafting Method
A minimum of six sheets of size 8" 11" OR three sheets of size 11" 17" paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.
2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.
3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.
4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.
5. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimension or detail not
directly shown on the drawings.
6. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
7. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.
8. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted for BOTH
Traditional Drawing and Computer-Aided Drafting Methods.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.


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This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Plane Geometry and Section II, Solid Geometry. Answer
FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section II (Solid Geometry).
Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I PLANE GEOMETRY


Answer any TWO questions from this section.

1. A regular pentagon has sides of 40 mm.


(a) Construct the regular pentagon.
(b) Enlarge the regular pentagon to a similar figure with linear measurements of its sides in
the ratio of 3:5. (20 marks)

2. A triangle ABC has a base AB = 100 mm, sides AC = 80 mm and BC = 110 mm.
(a) Construct the triangle.
(b) Draw three circles touching each other which use vertices A, B and C of the triangle as
their respective centres. (20 marks)

3. Figure 1 shows a simple mechanism with Point O fixed, OA revolves clockwise about O while
AB slides through the pivoted block, C. OA = 35 mm, AB = 140 mm.

(a) Copy the given mechanism.

(b) Draw the locus of B for one revolution of OA.

Figure 1
(20 marks)

4. Construct an Archimedian spiral of ONE convolution with the longest radius = 120 mm and the
shortest radius = 20 mm. (20 marks)

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SECTION II SOLID GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5. Figure 2 shows first-angle orthographic views of a BRACKET and a reference line XY inclined
at 45 to the horizontal. Draw

(a) the given views

(b) an auxiliary elevation on X Y seen in the direction of the arrow A. Do not show
hidden lines.

15
R 30
15 10
75

X
20

25
40
45

45
A

Figure 2

(20 marks)

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6. Figure 3 shows the incomplete plan and truncated elevation of a regular hexagonal pyramid.
Draw the

(a) given views

(b) completed plan

(c) surface development of the pyramid with the seam S-S as indicated.

Figure 3
(20 marks)

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7. Figure 4 shows the first-angle orthographic views of a vertical cylinder penetrated by a horizontal
cylinder. Draw the

(a) given views

(b) completed elevation showing the

(i) curves of interpenetration between both cylinders (Show hidden lines.)

(ii) face of the horizontal cylinder.

Figure 4
(20 marks)

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8. Figure 5 shows two views in first-angle orthographic projection of a machine block. Make a
CABINET oblique drawing of the block.

R 40

48

39
15

60
14

120

Figure 5

(20 marks)

END OF TEST

01247020/F 2011
TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2011121 MAY/JUNE 2011
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 03/1 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
05 MAY 2011 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size 8" 11" OR three sheets of size 11" 17" paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2009 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Working Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Working Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Working Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this question.

1. Figure 1 shows the outline of a floor plan for a residence. The design of the roof to be used is
indicated on the drawing.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the roof framing plan for the building, showing clearly the
following exposed framing members:

(i) Ridge
(ii) Jack rafters
(iii) Valley rafters
(iv) Common rafters
(v) Fascia board

Label ALL members and indicate the building outline.

(b) The foundation for the building consists of simple strip footings beneath the foundation
walls.

Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the foundation plan for the building. Label and dimension
foundation and footings.

Show clearly ALL construction details.

Label ALL main construction members.

Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.

Dimensions not given are left to the candidates discretion.

NOTE: Standard drawing practices and conventions for producing working drawings
are to be followed.

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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Specifications:

Walls: External - concrete blocks, 150 mm thick, plastered on both sides

Internal - concrete blocks, 100 mm thick, plastered on both sides

Roof: Rafters - pitch pine, 50 mm x 150 mm

Fascia - pitch pine, 25 mm x 200 mm

450 mm roof overhang

Foundation: Reinforced continuous strip footing, 200 mm thick x 600 mm wide

Foundation wall - 200 mm concrete block filled with concrete


(80 marks)

11 3 U U

3500 4500 3500

2700
LIVING BEDROOM
KITCHEN ROOM

1
r "I 1
BATH
ROOM
:
^ 00
1 ^
1
O

h
1
1 o
o
QO
A
/

/
/

/
2700
/

DINING /
/

/ BEDROOM
/

/
/

/
/

/
/

/
/

/
/

/
/

/
/

Y ----------------------------
L

L --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1
1 1
1500

1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1

/\

FRONT

FLOOR PLAN
N.TJS.

Figure 1

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2. Figure 2 shows the outline of a floor plan for a two-bedroom residence. The design of the roof
is indicated on the drawing.
(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the completed floor plan. The drawing should include:

(i) Internal and external walls


(ii) ALL windows and doors
(iii) Kitchen appliances, cupboards and cabinets
(iv) Bathroom fixtures
(v) Closets
(vi) Name of rooms
(vii) Eight main external dimensions

(b) The outline of the roof is shown in hidden detail in Figure 2. Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the
front elevation of the building, showing clearly the design of the roof.

Show clearly ALL construction details.


Label ALL main construction members.
Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidates discretion.

NOTE: Standard drawing practices and conventions for producing working drawings
are to be followed.

Specifications:

Walls: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick, plastered on both sides


Internal concrete blocks, 100 mm thick, plastered on both sides

Doors: External solid panel doors, 900 mm wide 2000 mm high


Internal flush doors, 750 mm wide 2000 mm high

Windows: Casement type 1200 mm wide 1200 mm high


Bathroom window glass louvres, 500 mm wide 600 mm high

Roof covering: Asphalt shingles

Fascia board: 50 mm 200 mm

Height of finished floor to top of ring beam 2500 mm

Height of ridge board above wall plate 1000 mm


(80 marks)

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4300 4200 3500

KITCHEN
3500

BEDRM. #1
BEDRM. *1

CARPORT

7000
2000

BATH RM.

LIVING AREA ROLL UP


DOOR
BEDRM. *2
3500

BEDRM. #2

2000
FRONT

FLOOR LAYOUT PLAN


N.T.S.

Figure 2

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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make a neat, well-proportioned orthographic sketch to show clearly the following parts of a timber,
straight flight stair:

(a) Newel post

(b) Balluster

(c) Handrail

(d) String

(e) Tread

Label the parts clearly. (20 marks)

4. Make neat, well-proportioned, three-dimensional sketches to illustrate the following construction


details:

(a) Aluminum guttering on closed eave

(b) Concrete coping on block wall

(c) Plywood sub-flooring on timber framed floor

Label ALL components. (20 marks)

END OF TEST

01247031/F 2011
TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2011122 MAY/JUNE 2011
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes
05 MAY 2011 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size 8" 11" OR three sheets of size 11" 17" paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be submitted, printed
on sheets of paper.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2009 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Assembly Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Assembly Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this section.

1. Figure 1, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of

the parts that make up a tool rest holder assembly. In assembly, the screw plate 2 , is attached

to the body 1 using the bolt and washer 3 . The locking screw 4 is attached to the body.

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the fully assembled tool rest holder assembly:

(i) A plan

(ii) An end elevation looking from arrow A. Show all hidden details.

(iii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line, C-C.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread.

(c) Print the title, Tool Rest Holder Assembly and the scale used. Show the projection
method by symbol.
(80 marks)

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2. Figure 2, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details
of the parts that make up an adjustable pulley assembly. In assembly, the pulley 2 is secured
to the bracket 1 using the spindle 3 and the hexagonal nut and washer 4 . The pulley is to
be placed at the lowest possible position on the bracket.

(a) Draw FULL SIZE, in first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the FULLY assembled adjustable pulley assembly:

(i) A front elevation looking in the direction of arrow F. Show all hidden details.

(ii) A FULL sectional end elevation taken on the cutting plane line BB.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread.

(c) Print the title Adjustable Pulley Assembly and the scale used. Show the projection method
by symbol.
(80 marks)

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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Figure 3 shows the elevations of a support bracket. Make a neat, well-proportioned isometric
sketch of the support bracket with Y as its lowest point.

54 2 HOLES
6 6 R8
8

45
16
40

24

20
Y
8 6

10
18
30

20
56

8 SUPPORT BRACKET

Y
36

Figure 3
(20 marks)

4. Make neat, well-proportioned, orthographic sketches to illustrate any FOUR of the following
locking devices in application:
(a) Lock nut

(b) Self-locking nut

(c) Tab washer

(d) Spring washer

(e) Slotted nut

(f) Castle nut (20 marks)

END OF TEST

01247032/F 2011
TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2011122 MAY/JUNE 2011
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
22
6

35

23 11
A
44

3
34

2
15

20
10
204 80
52 98
R7 R14

23
R24 R24

46
M12

M12
C C
22 R14 2 SCREW PLATE CS
27
1 BODY CI 1 OFF

20 24
12
16 1
60
18

20
12
24

M12

3 M12 BOLT AND WASHER


4 LOCKING SCREW CS
TOOL REST HOLDER ASSEMBLY
ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm
FILLET RADII = 5mm

Figure 1
Figure 1

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EXAMINATION
TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 03/2 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
40 40 18 2
R34 10 30
B
R14

40

M20 HEXAGONAL NUT AND WASHER 4


(carbon steel)

70
125
F
27 40 50 2 CHAMFER

190
50

M20 28
38

85
SPINDLE 3
(carbon steel)

15
B END ELEVATION
FRONT ELEVATION

70 50 E
10 4 HOLES 12 ON PCD 90

130

40
2 HOLES 10

110 SQ
38
ADJUSTABLE PULLEY ASSEMBLY
60 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm

All fillet radii to be R3


50 E
60
70 BRACKET 1
(cast iron)
PLAN PULLEY 2
BRACKET 1 Figure 2 (cast iron)
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TEST CODE 01247020
FORM TP 2012120 MAY/JUNE 2012
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL

SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE


EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 General Proficiency
1 hour 40 minutes

10 MAY 2012 (a.m.)

You are advised to spend 10 minutes to read through


the paper and plan your answers.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Traditional Drawing Method
Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule
Computer-Aided Drafting Method
A minimum of six sheets of size 8" 11" OR three sheets of size 11" 17" paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software
N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.
2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.
4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.
5. The candidates should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimension or detail not
directly shown on the drawings.
6. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
7. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.
8. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted for BOTH
Traditional Drawing and Computer-Aided Drafting Methods.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.


Copyright 2010 Caribbean Examinations Council
All rights reserved.
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This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Plane Geometry and Section II, Solid Geometry. Answer
FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section II (Solid Geometry).

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I PLANE GEOMETRY

Answer any TWO questions from this section.

1. A triangle ABC has a perimeter of 250 mm and the base angles A = 30 and B = 45.

(a) Construct the triangle.

(b) Using points ABC of the triangle, construct a circle to pass through the three points.
(20 marks)

2. Figure 1 shows an irregular polygon with AB = 50 mm, BC = 40 mm, AE = 30 mm,


ED = 30 mm, CD = 55 mm.

(a) Construct the polygon.

(b) Construct a similar polygon with an enlarged area in the ratio of 7 : 4.

Figure 1

(20 marks)

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3. Figure 2 shows the incomplete outline o f an automobile pulley system, represented by four circles
o f unequal radii, with the pullies forming external and internal tangents.

(a) Draw the given figure showing the pullies.

(b) Construct common external and internal tangents to the pullies as shown.

(c) Identify ALL points o f tangency.

2-CIRCLES 050

Figure 2
(20 marks)

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4. Figure 3 shows the outline of a circle that represents a thread reel.

Draw the given circle and the involute of the circle starting at O in an anti-clockwise direction.

Figure 3
(20 marks)

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SECTION II SOLID GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5. Figure 4 shows three orthographic views of a CAST BLOCK. Do NOT copy the views. Using
the information given, make an isometric drawing of the block with S as its LOWEST point.

Figure 4

(20 marks)

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6. Figure 5 shows the plan and elevation of a machined block. Draw

(a) in orthographic projection, the given views.

(b) an auxiliary elevation on XY. Do NOT show hidden detail lines on the auxiliary elevation.

Figure 5
(20 marks)

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7. Figure 6 shows the elevation and incomplete plan of a truncated rectangular pyramid.

(a) Draw the given views.

(b) Complete the plan.

(c) Draw the surface development of the pyramid with a-a representing the seam.

Figure 6
(20 marks)

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8. Figure 7 shows the elevation and plan of a cylinder.

(a) Draw the given views and establish point P.

(b) Starting at P on the given elevation, draw ONE turn of a single line helix of the cylinder
with a pitch of 60 mm in the direction shown.

(c) Draw an end view of the cylinder on the right of the given elevation. Do NOT include
the elevation of the helix. Show ALL hidden detail lines.

Figure 7

(20 marks)

END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

01247020/F 2012
TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2012121 MAY/JUNE 2012
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

07 MAY 2012 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size 8" x 11" OR three sheets of size 11" x 17" paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for sub-
mission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candi-
dates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2010 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved.
01247031/F 2012
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Working Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from the Working Drawing and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.
Working Drawing
Answer ONE question from this section

Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this question.

1. Figure 1, on the enclosed sheet, shows the outline of a floor plan for a two-bedroom residence in
a private housing project. The outline of the roof of the building is shown on the drawing to give
an indication of the design of the roof to be used.
(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the full sectional drawing of the building A-A to include:

(i) Foundation
(ii) Floor
(iii) Walls
(iv) Roof
(v) At least three vertical dimensions

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the front elevation of the building.

Show clearly ALL construction details.

Label ALL main construction members.

Print a suitable title and the scale used at the base of EACH drawing.

Dimensions not given are left to the candidates discretion.

NOTE: Standard drawing practices and conventions for producing working drawings
are to be followed.

Specifications:

Walls: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick, plastered on both sides


Internal concrete blocks, 100 mm thick, plastered on both sides
Doors: External solid panel doors, 900 mm wide 2000 mm high
Internal solid panel doors, 750 mm wide 2000 mm high

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Windows: Casement type 1200 mm wide 1200 mm high


Bathroom window awning type, 500 mm wide 500 mm high

Roof: Fascia 50 mm 200 mm pitch pine


450 mm overhang

Minimum height of finished floor to top of ring beam = 2550 mm


(80 marks)

2. The outline of a floor plan layout for a three bedroom residence in a private housing project is
shown in Figure 2, on the enclosed sheet.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the completed floor plan to include:

(i) Internal and external walls


(ii) All windows and doors
(iii) Kitchen appliances, cupboards and cabinets
(iv) Bathroom fixtures
(v) Closets
(vi) Names of rooms
(vii) Eight main external dimensions

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the foundation plan for the building. The foundation for the
building consists of simple strip footings beneath the foundation walls.
Show clearly ALL construction details.
Label ALL main construction members.

Print a suitable title and the scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the candidates discretion.

NOTE: Standard drawing practices and conventions for producing working drawings
are to be followed.
Specifications

Walls: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick, plastered on both sides


Internal concrete blocks, 100 mm thick, plastered on both sides

Doors: External solid panel doors, 900 mm wide 2000 mm high


Internal solid panel doors, 750 mm wide 2000 mm high

Windows: Casement type 1200 mm wide 1200 mm high


Bathroom window awning type, 500 mm wide 500 mm high

Foundation: Reinforced continuous strip footing 200 mm thick 600 mm wide


Foundation wall 200 mm concrete block filled with concrete
(80 marks)

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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Make neat, well-proportioned sketches to show the symbols for representing the following walls
in section:

(a) Stone rubble

(b) Concrete block

(c) Brick

(d) Composite (with internal and external rendering)

(e) Reinforced concrete


(20 marks)

4. Make neat, well proportioned, 3-dimensional sketches to illustrate the following types of windows:

(a) Awning

(b) Casement

(c) Horizontal sliding (20 marks)

END OF TEST

IF YOUR FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

01247031/F 2012
FORM TP 2012121
CAR I B B EA N
%
EXAM INATI ON S
TEST CODE

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EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION - BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency

LAUNDRY
BEDROOM 2
KITCliEN/DINING

STOSAGE

BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM

BEDROOM 1

PORCH

FRONT ENTRANCE

DIMENSION FLOOR OUTLINE


SCALE: N.T.S.
Figure 1
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EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency

15.8
3.6 2.6 1.4 4.7

BATH
LAUNDRY KITCHEN
BEDROOM 1
3.5

STOR.
BATH SHELF
LINEN DINING AREA
GARAGE

7.9
CLOS. CLOS.
1.4
9.4

STORAGE

BEDROOM 2 CLOS.
LIVING ROOM
3.0

BEDROOM 3

CLOS.

PORCH

2.6 1.4 4.7

FLOOR OUTLINE
SCALE: N.T.S

Figure 2

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TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2012122 MAY/JUNE 2012
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 032 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

07 MAY 2012 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size (8" x 11") OR three sheets of size (11" x 17") paper
Personal Computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the
candidates discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. The candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details
not directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate
space at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2010 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved.
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Assembly Drawing, and Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model
Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

Assembly Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this section.

1. Figure 1, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details
of the parts that make up a wheeled roller assembly. In assembly, the wheel 3 is set on the
axle 4 which is supported by the two angle brackets 2 . The assembly is bolted to the top
plate 1 and a platform by four M10 hexagonal head bolts and nuts 5 and 6 and plain
washers. (See detail at F.)

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the
following views of the wheeled roller when fully assembled:

(i) An end view. Show ALL hidden details.

(ii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line, XX.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title Wheeled Roller Assembly and the scale used. Show the projection method
used by symbol. (80 marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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2. Figure 2, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of
the parts that make up a machine vice assembly. In assembly, the movable jaw 2 is fitted to
the vice body 1 . The jaw plates 3 are fitted to both the fixed and movable jaws with the
countersunk screws 7 . The screw 4 is fitted into the vice body and the movable jaw, and
is secured to the movable jaw by a set screw 6 . The handle 5 is fitted into the head of the
screw.

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the machine vice fully assembled:

(i) A plan. Show ALL hidden detail.

(ii) A FULL sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line, BB.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title Machine Vice Assemblyand the scale used. Show the projection method
used by symbol. (80 marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Figure 3 shows the elevations of the two parts of a hinge bracket. The pivot pin fits into the
body of the bracket.
Assemble the parts and make a FULL SIZE isometric drawing of the hinge bracket with A as
the LOWEST point. (20 marks)

10 R 12

10
43
15

12 12
84
R 30
PIVOT PIN
20
60
20

HINGE BRACKET
A 24
70

BODY

Figure 3

4. Make neat, well-proportioned orthographic sketches to illustrate FOUR of the following engineering
fasteners:

(a) Cheese head screw


(b) Grub screw
(c) Double spring washer
(d) Stud
(e) Woodruff key
(20 marks)
END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

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FORM TP 2012122 MAY/JUNE 2012
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
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EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 032 General Proficiency

X 13
4 HOLES 10 R 20 18
M10
60 7
20 15 A/F 20

50
3

30

54
82
16

10
2 HOLES 54 38 5 HEX. BOLT (4 off )
10 82
110 X Also required 4 plain washers
134

4
2 ANGLE BRACKET (2 off )

16

4
58
108

14
1 TOP PLATE

18
22
15 A/F
16 12 52 12 16

4 AXLE M 10
8

22 36
104
T
KE 6 HEX. NUT (4 off )
C
BRA

10
4 P
TO TE
L A
P

16
WHEELED ROLLER ASSEMBLY

48
10
20
ALL DIMENSIONS IN mm
M
F OR
AT
104 PL

3 WHEEL
DETAIL F

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EXAM INATION

TEC H N ICA L DRAW ING

OPTIO N - M ECH A N ICAL ENGINEERING DRAW ING


Paper 032 General Proficiency

M18 35 35
M4x0.50
9 Min Length M4x050

10 4

R5
@ MOVABLE JAW lo f f . MS

C SUNK SCREW
4 off. MS

JAW PLATE 2 off. MS

( D VICE BODY lo ff. Cl

MACHINE VICE ASSEMBLY


ALL DIMENSIONS IN mm

100
4 %^

w
SETSCREW lo ff. MS
HANDLE lo ff. MS
SCREW lo ff. MS

Figure 2
01247032/F 2012
TEST CODE 01247020
FORM TP 2013120 MAY/JUNE 2013
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL

CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE


EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 General Proficiency
1 hour 40 minutes

14 MAY 2013 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Traditional Drawing Method
Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule
Computer-Aided Drafting Method
A minimum of six sheets of size 8 11 OR three sheets of size 11 17 paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software
N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for submission.
2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candidates
discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.
4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.
5. Each candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimension or detail not directly
shown on the drawings.
6. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
7. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate space
at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.
8. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted for BOTH Traditional
Drawing and Computer-Aided Drafting Methods.

9. You are advised to take some time to read through the paper and plan your answers.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.


Copyright 2011 Caribbean Examinations Council
All rights reserved.
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This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Plane Geometry and Section II, Solid Geometry. Answer
FOUR questions, TWO from Section I (Plane Geometry) and TWO from Section II (Solid Geometry).

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I - PLANE GEOMETRY

Answer any TWO questions from this section.

1. Figure 1 shows a rhombus, ABCD, with side AB = 50 mm and diagonal BD = 85 mm. Construct
the following:

(a) the given rhombus ABCD

(b) a similar figure having twice the area o f ABCD.

D .c

A' B

Figure 1
(20 marks)

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2. Figure 2 shows the outline of a disc of 60 mm diameter that rolls along a flat surface AB without
slipping, so that the point P on the circumference of the disc generates a cycloid.

(a) Draw the given figure.

(b) Plot the cycloid traced by the point, P, as the disc rolls along AB for one complete
revolution without slipping.

60
P

A
B

Figure 2
(20 marks)

3. (a) Construct a triangle, ABC, with AB as base = 70 mm, angle CAB 45 and angle ABC =
60.

(b) Construct an escribed circle to the triangle. (20 marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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4. Figure 3 shows a circle of diameter 80 mm and a line BC. The ratio of the diameter of the circle
to the line BC is 7:5.

(a) Construct the given circle and the line BC.

(b) Construct a tangent and a normal to the circle from point C.

80

B C

Figure 3
(20 marks)

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SECTION II SOLID GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5. Figure 4 shows the plan and an incomplete elevation of a hexagonal prism intersected by a cylinder
with their axes on the same plane.

(a) Construct the given plan.

(b) Construct the completed elevation to show the curve of interpenetration of the cylinder.

Figure 4
(20 marks)

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6. Figure 5 shows the plan and elevation of two lines, ab and bc.

(a) Draw the plan and elevation of the lines AS GIVEN.

(b) Project an end view on the right of the given elevation.

(c) Determine the true lengths of the lines ab and bc by revolution or auxiliary method.

Figure 5
(20 marks)

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7. Figure 6 shows two orthographic views of a truncated cylinder.

(a) Draw the views AS GIVEN.

(b) Construct the development of the truncated cylinder with the seam as indicated.

60

30

70Seam
50
40

Seam

Figure 6
(20 marks)

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8. Figure 7 shows two othographic views of a block.

DO NOT COPY these views.

Draw an isometric view of the block with S as its lowest point.

Figure 7
(20 marks)

END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

01247020/F 2013
TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2013121 MAY/JUNE 2013
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

09 MAY 2013 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size 8 x 11 OR three sheets of size 11 x 17 paper


Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candidates
discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. Each candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details not
directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate space
at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2011 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved.
01247031/F 2013
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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Working Drawing and Section II, Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Section I, Working Drawing and ONE question from Section II, Sketch
and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.
SECTION I WORKING DRAWING

Answer ONE question.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this question.

1. Figure 1, on the enclosed sheet, shows the line diagram of the outline of a two-bedroom floor
plan to be built as a holiday cottage in a seaside island resort. The building is to be covered with
a gable roof as indicated by the broken outline on the line diagram.

The building consists of two bedrooms, one bathroom, living/dining area, kitchen, laundry area,
back patio and front porch.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the completed floor plan to include:


(i) Wall thicknesses
(ii) Kitchen appliances, base cabinets and work triangle
(iii) All doors and windows
(iv) Bathroom and laundry fixtures
(v) Names of all rooms
(vi) Ten external dimensions to indicate room sizes
(vii) Two overall external dimensions

(b) Using the outline of the roof as indicated on the floor plan, draw to a scale of 1:10 a
TYPICAL roof anchorage detail for this type of roof to include:

(i) Ring/perimeter beam


(ii) Wall plate
(iii) Rafters
(iv) Laths
(v) Hurricane straps

NOTE: Label ALL main construction members and show sizes.

Print a suitable title and the scale used at the base of EACH drawing.

Dimensions NOT given are left to candidates discretion.

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


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Specifications

Wall thickness: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick with 12 mm plaster on both
sides
Internal concrete blocks, 100 mm thick with 12 mm plaster on both sides
Doors: Internal Flush door, 750 mm wide 2000 mm high
External Wooden panel door, 900 mm wide 2000 mm high
Windows: W1 Glass louvre, 500 mm wide 500 mm high

W2 Glass louvre, 1200 mm wide 1200 mm high


W3 Glass louvre, 1800 mm wide 1200 mm high

Roof: Gable with 450 mm overhang


Rafters 50 100 mm
Laths 25 100 mm
Ridge board 25 175 mm
Wall plate 50 100 mm
Fascia 50 175 mm
Ring/Perimeter beam 150 200 mm

Porch/Patio Column: 200 200 mm

NOTE: Minimum height of finished floor to top of ring beam = 2700 mm.
(80 marks)

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2. The outline of a two-bedroom floor plan to be built as a vacation villa in a seaside island resort
is given in Figure 1, on the enclosed sheet. The building is to be covered with a gable roof as
indicated by the broken outline on the line diagram.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the cross-section marked A A to include:

(i) Foundation
(ii) Floor
(iii) Walls
(iv) Roof
(v) Vertical dimensions, one of which MUST be the finished floor to ceiling dimension.
(vi) Show at LEAST ten labels with sizes

Show clearly ALL sectional construction details.

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the elevation marked B to include:

(i) Window and door positions


(ii) Roof outline and fascia board
(iii) Three vertical dimensions, one of which MUST be finished floor to ring beam

Print a suitable title and the scale used at the base of EACH drawing.

Dimensions not given are left to the candidates discretion.

Specifications

Wall Thickness: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick with 12 mm plaster on both sides
Internal concrete blocks, 100 mm thick with 12 mm plaster on both sides

Doors: Internal Flush door, 750 mm wide 2000 mm high


External Panel door, 900 mm wide 2000 mm high

Windows: W1 Glass louvre, 500 mm wide 500 mm high


W2 Glass louvre, 1200 mm wide 1200 mm high
W3 Glass louvre, 1800 mm wide 1200 mm high

Roof: Gable with 450 mm overhang


Rafters 50 100 mm
Laths 25 100 mm
Ridge board 25 175 mm
Wall plate 50 100 mm
Fascia 50 175 mm
Hurricane strap
Ring/perimeter beam 150 200 mm
Porch/Patio Column 200 200 mm

NOTE: Minimum height of finished floor to top of ring beam is 2700 mm.
(80 marks)
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01247031/F 2013
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SECTION II SKETCH AND DESIGN OR 3D SOLID MODEL DESIGN DRAWING

Answer ONE question.

3. Make neat, well-proportioned pictorial/3D sketches to show a

(a) three-panel solid wood door

(b) flush door.

State the names under each sketch. (20 marks)

4. Make neat, well-proportioned sketches in orthographic section to show the difference between a
load bearing wall and a non-load bearing wall. State the names under each sketch.
(20 marks)

END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

01247031/F 2013
TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2013121 MAY/JUNE 2013
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency
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Figure 1
TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2013122 MAY/JUNE 2013
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 032 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

09 MAY 2013 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of six sheets of size 8 x 11 OR three sheets of size 11 x 17 paper


Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting Software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candidates
discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. Each candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details not
directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate space
at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright 2011 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved.
01247032/F 2013
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Section I, Assembly Drawing, and Section II, Sketch and Design OR
3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from Section I, Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Section II, Sketch
and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

SECTION I ASSEMBLY DRAWING

Answer ONE question.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this section.

1. Figure 1, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic details of the parts
that make up a pipe vice assembly. In assembly, the screw (3) is fitted to the body (1), the movable
jaw (2) is fitted to the body (1), and the movable jaw (2) is fitted to the screw and secured by
the round head screw (5). The tommy bar (4) is fitted to the screw and the tommy bar end (6) is
secured to the tommy bar.

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the FULLY assembled pipe vice assembly:

(i) A full front section taken on the cutting plane line B-B.

(ii) An elevation looking in the direction of arrow C. Show all hidden detail.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread.

(c) Print the title Pipe Vice Assemblyand the scale used. Show the projection method by
symbol.
(80 marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


01247032/F 2013
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2. Figure 2, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of
the parts that make up a mounting jig assembly. In assembly, the body (1) is secured to the base
(2) using two hexagonal screws (5). The mounting spindle (3) is secured to the body using the
knurled nut (4).

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the FULLY assembled mounting jig assembly:

(i) A sectional front elevation taken on the cutting plane line A-A.

(ii) An end elevation looking in the direction of arrow B. Show all hidden detail.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a metric screw thread and a
chamfer.

(c) Print the title Mounting Jig Assemblyand the scale used. Show the projection method
by symbol. (80 marks)

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE


01247032/F 2013
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Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing

Answer ONE question from this section.

3. Figure 3 shows the views o f a bearing bracket. Make a neat, well-proportioned, isometric sketch
o f the bracket with S at its lowest point. (20 marks)

BEARING BRACKET

Figure 3

4. Make neat, orthographic sketches to illustrate any THREE o f the following types o f sections:

(a) Removed
(b) Revolved
(c) Part
(d) H alf (20 marks)

END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR W ORK ON THIS TEST.

01247032/F 2013
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FORM TP 2013122 M A Y/JU NE 2013
SE C O N D A R Y ED U C A T IO N C E R T IF IC A T E
E X A M IN A T IO N

T E C H N IC A L D R A W IN G
O P T IO N - M E C H A N IC A L E N G IN E E R IN G D R A W IN G
P a p e r 032 G e n eral Proficiency

(4) KNURLED NUT

(2) BASE

(5 ) HEXAGONAL HEAD SCREW 2 OFF

ALL FILLET RADII ARE 3 mm

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm

MOUNTING JIG ASSEMBLY


(1) BODY

Figure 2 (3) MOUNTING SPINDLE

01247032/F 2013
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FORM TP 2013122 SE C O N D A R Y ED U C A T IO N C E R T IF IC A T E M A Y/JU NE 2013
EX A M IN A T IO N

T E C H N IC A L D R A W IN G
O P T IO N - M E C H A N IC A L E N G IN E E R IN G D R A W IN G
P a p e r 032 G e n eral Proficiency

M12

06
M4
012

(6) TOMMY BAR END


(3) SCREW

06

(4) TOMMY BAR

M 6 \ 0g
04

ROUNDHEAD
(5) SCREW

PIPE VICE ASSEMBLY

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM

ALL FILET RADII ARE 3mm

Figure 1

(2) MOVABLE JAW


(1) BODY

01247032/F 2013
TEST CODE 01247020
FORM TP 2014117 MAY/JUNE 2014
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL

CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE


EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
Paper 02 General Proficiency
1 hour 40 minutes

13 MAY 2014 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:


Traditional Drawing Method
Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)
Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee-square
Metric scale rule
Computer-Aided Drafting Method
A minimum of six sheets of size 8 11 OR three sheets of size 11 17 paper
Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software
N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this Option MUST be PRINTED for submission.
2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candidates
discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.
4. Where scales to be employed are not stated, the full size should be applied.
5. Each candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimension or detail not directly
shown on the drawings.
6. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
7. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate space
at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.
4117

8. All geometrical construction lines MUST be visible on all answers submitted for BOTH Traditional
Drawing and Computer-Aided Drafting Methods.

9. You are advised to take some time to read through the paper and plan your answers.
114574

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.


Copyright 2013 Caribbean Examinations Council
All rights reserved.
01247020/F 2014
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This paper has TWO sections: Section I Plane Geometry and Section II Solid Geometry.
Answer FOUR questions, TWO from Section I Plane Geometry, and TWO from Section II Solid
Geometry.

Each question is worth 20 marks.

SECTION I PLANE GEOMETRY

Answer any TWO questions from this section.

1. A rectangle, ABCD, has a diagonal of 150 mm and the length of one side = 70 mm. Construct

(a) the rectangle

(b) an ellipse within the rectangle with the major axis equal to the length and minor axis equal
to the width of the given figure. (20 marks)

2. Figure 1 shows an irregular polygon, ABCDE with BC = 40 mm, AE = 60 mm, CD = 75 mm and


ED = 45 mm. Construct

(a) the given irregular polygon

(b) a similar figure with its base AB, increased from 50 mm to 70 mm.

E C

135

A B
50

Figure 1
(20 marks)

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3. Figure 2 shows a template of a metal cutter.

(a) Draw the given template showing clearly how the following are obtained:

(i) The centres for arcs A and B

(ii) The straight line from point P

(b) Identify EACH point of tangency with a DOT.

O60

10
P

B R75
80

R50
A

HEX.
35

30 A/C

2-circles
O30

15 70

Figure 2

(20 marks)

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4. Figure 3 shows a crank mechanism in which OA revolves clockwise about O. The end, B, of the
rod AB is constrained to move horizontally along XY.

(a) Copy the given mechanism.

(b) Plot the locus of P for one revolution of OA.


OA = 30 mm
AB = 110 mm
AP = 50 mm

O 30

50
P

X Y
B

Figure 3
(20 marks)

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SECTION II SOLID GEOMETRY

Answer TWO questions from this section.

5. Figure 4 shows the end elevation and incomplete front elevation of a cylinder intersecting a
triangular prism. Construct

(a) the given end elevation

(b) the front elevation showing the curves of interpenetration. Show hidden details.

O60

70

75
60

90 20 50

100

END ELEVATION FRONT ELEVATION

Figure 4
(20 marks)

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6. Figure 5 shows the elevation of two square sheet metal pipes A and B intersecting each other
at 45.

(a) Copy the given view.

(b) Construct the development of pipe A using the seam as shown on the given view.

30
75

seam

30
B

25

100

Figure 5
(20 marks)

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7. Figure 6 shows the plan and elevation in orthographic projection of a truncated hexagonal prism.
Draw

(a) the given views

(b) an auxilliary elevation on X1Y1.

X1

60
20
20

60A/F

60

O40 Y1

Figure 6
(20 marks)

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8. Figure 7 shows two orthographic views of a Location Bracket.

Using the information given, produce an isometric drawing of the bracket with X as its lowest
point. DO NOT COPY the views.

70

30

70
O60

15
40
75

Figure 7
(20 marks)

END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

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TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2014118 MAY/JUNE 2014
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

08 MAY 2014 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee-square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of three sheets of size 11 x 17 paper


Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this CAD Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candidates
discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. Each candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details not
directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.
4118

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate space
at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.


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BUILDING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Section I Working Drawing and Section II Sketch and Design
OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Section I Working Drawing and ONE question from Section II
Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.
SECTION I WORKING DRAWING

Answer ONE question.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this question.

1. The outline of a floor plan for an office is shown in Figure 1 on one of the enclosed sheets.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, using appropriate conventions, a working drawing floor plan of
the office. The drawing should include:
(i) Internal and external walls
(ii) ALL windows and doors
(iii) Reception counter
(iv) Kitchen appliances, cupboards and cabinets in staff room
(v) Bathroom fixtures (toilet and basin)
(vi) Names of rooms
(vii) Ten important dimensions (interior and exterior) to include overall dimensions,
room dimensions, openings and wall change in direction (50 marks)

(b) Figure 2, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the outline of the proposed site for the
office building in Figure 1. Draw to a scale of 1:100, the site plan showing the outline of
the building in the position indicated in the figure.

The corner labelled X MUST be located 7500 mm from the road and 4000 mm from the
West boundary. The building MUST be parallel to Shore Road.

The completed site plan MUST include the following:

(i) Proposed building profile


(ii) Setbacks distances from boundary lines
(iii) Driveway, walkway and parking spaces
(iv) Septic tank, soakaway and sewer lines
(v) Dimensions of property lines
(vi) North arrow (30 marks)

The drawings MUST be labelled and dimensioned properly.


Print a suitable title and scale used at the base of EACH drawing.
Dimensions not given are left to the discretion of the candidate.

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Specifications

Walls: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick plastered on both sides


Internal concrete blocks, 100 mm thick plastered on both sides

Doors: External and internal solid panel doors, 900 mm wide 2000 mm high
Bathroom Flush doors, 750 mm wide 2000 mm high

Windows: Glass louvres, 1800 mm wide 1200 mm high

NOTE: Standard drawing practices and conventions for producing working drawing floor
plans and site plans are to be followed.

(Total = 80 marks)

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2. The diagram in Figure 3, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the outline of a floor plan for a
two bedroom house. The roof design is indicated on the drawing.

(a) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, the roof framing plan for the building using single lines to
represent each framing member. Show the following exposed framing members clearly:

(i) Ridge
(ii) Hip rafters
(iii) Jack rafters
(iv) Valley rafters
(v) Common rafters
(vi) Fascia board

Label ALL members and indicate the building outline in the drawing.
(50 marks)

(b) Draw, to a scale of 1:50, and in keeping with standard drawing practices, TWO elevations
of the building looking from the direction of both VIEW 1 and VIEW 2.

Print a suitable title and the scale used at the base of EACH drawing.

Dimensions not given are left to the discretion of the candidate.


(30 marks)

Specifications

Walls: External concrete blocks, 150 mm thick plastered on both sides
Internal concrete blocks, 150 mm thick plastered on both sides

Doors: External solid panel doors, 900 mm wide 2000 mm high


Internal flush 750 mm wide 2000 mm high doors

Windows: W1 wooden louvres, 2750 mm wide 1200 mm high
W2 wooden louvres, 1800 mm wide 1200 mm high
W3 wooden louvres, 500 mm wide 500 mm high

Roof: Roof Covering Aluminium sheeting


Fascia board 50 mm 250 mm
Rafters 50 mm 150 mm @ 600 mm centres with roof overhang of 750 mm

NOTE: Height of finished floor to top of 500 mm high R.C. ring beam 2500 mm.
Top of ridge board above wall plate 1400 mm.

Standard drawing practices and conventions for producing working drawings are
to be followed.

(Total = 80 marks)

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SECTION II SKETCH AND DESIGN OR 3D SOLID MODEL DESIGN DRAWING

Answer ONE question.

3. Make neat, well-proportioned three-dimensional sketches to show the difference between a


reinforced concrete straight flight stairs and a timber straight flight stairs. Label the differences
clearly. (20 marks)

4. Figure 4 shows the outline of a wall section for a house. Make a neat, well-proportioned sketch
of the sectional detail highlighted at (A). Add any missing elements and include hatching to
differentiate between the materials represented. Label the drawing to identify:

(i) Reinforced concrete strip footing


(ii) 100 mm thick reinforced concrete slab
(iii) 200 mm hardcore
(iv) 300 mm square ceramic tiles
(v) Foundation wall

WALL SECTION
Not to scale

Figure 4
(20 marks)

END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

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TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2014118 MAY/JUNE 2014
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency

3000 1500

BATH-
ROOM

1560
STAFF ROOM
2500

1500 2200

OFFICE
3000

BATH-
ROOM
1560

RECEPTIONIST

3000
OFFICE

800
4000
1800

2160

WAITING COURTYARD

X
500

4000 3700

FLOOR PLAN OUTLINE


SCALE: N.T.S.

Figure 1

Use this drawing to answer Question 1 (a).

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TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2014118 MAY/JUNE 2014
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency

25400

SOAKAWAY

NORTH
28600

WALKWAY 1000mm WIDE


3000

4000 X
6000 2000
7500

3 PARKING SPACES
1100

SHORE ROAD

SITE PLAN OUTLINE


SCALE: N.T.S.
Figure 2
Use this drawing to answer Question 1 (b).
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TEST CODE 01247031
FORM TP 2014118 MAY/JUNE 2014
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION BUILDING DRAWING
Paper 031 General Proficiency
3700 3700

PATIO

W2 BEDROOM

3340
W1
3800

2075
LIVING
2600

W3 BATHROOM
1700

VIEW 1

10200
PORCH
3520

W2
DINING
3000

BEDROOM
200mm DIA CLOUMNS

W2
KITCHEN
1700

PATIO
W2
200mm SQUARE COLUMN

ROOF OUTLINE

VIEW 2

FLOOR PLAN OUTLINE


SCALE: N.T.S.

Figure 3

Use this drawing to answer Questions 2 (a) and 2 (b).


01247031/F 2014
TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2014119 MAY/JUNE 2014
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 032 General Proficiency
PRACTICAL
3 hours 10 minutes

08 MAY 2014 (a.m.)

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Each candidate should have the following for this examination:

Traditional Drawing Method


4119

Two sheets of drawing paper (both sides may be used)


Drawing instruments
Drawing board and tee-square
Metric scale rule

Computer-Aided Drafting Method

A minimum of three sheets of size 11 x 17 paper


Personal computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
Computer-Aided Drafting software

N.B. ALL solutions to questions attempted for this CAD Option MUST be PRINTED for
submission.

2. All dimensions are given in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

3. When first-angle or third-angle is not specified, the choice of projection is left to the candidates
discretion, in which case the type of projection used MUST be clearly stated.

4. Each candidate should use his/her own judgement to supply any dimensions or other details not
directly shown on the drawings.

5. The number of each question answered MUST be written next to the solution.

6. Each candidate MUST enter his/her school code and registration number in the appropriate space
at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.


114561

Copyright 2014 Caribbean Examinations Council.


All rights reserved.
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

This paper has TWO sections: Section I Assembly Drawing, and Section II Sketch and Design
OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Answer ONE question from Section I Assembly Drawing, and ONE question from Section II
Sketch and Design OR 3D Solid Model Design Drawing.

Candidates MAY use EITHER the Traditional Drawing Method OR the Computer-Aided Drafting
Method.

SECTION I ASSEMBLY DRAWING

Answer ONE question.


Do NOT spend more than 2 hours on this section.

1. Figure 1, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of
the parts that make up a Movable Arm Assembly. In assembly, the arm (1) is mounted into the
base (2). The fulcrum pin (3), is then inserted through the base and the arm and secured with an
M24 nut (4). The arm can then be rotated through 90 between points B and O.

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the assembly when the arm is at rest at point O:

(i) A plan. Show all hidden details.

(ii) A full sectional front elevation on cutting plane XX.

(b) Show SIX main dimensions, to include a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title Movable Arm Assemblyand the scale used. Show the projection method
by symbol.

NOTE: All fillet radii are 3 mm.


(80 marks)

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2. Figure 2, on one of the enclosed sheets, shows the first-angle orthographic projection details of
the parts that make up a Handle Control Assembly. In assembly, the handle (2) is mounted onto
the body (1) from the right side of the body (Arrow A) and secured with a pivot pin (3) and split
pin (4) which allow the handle to move through the slot at the top of the body from left to right.
The handle can then be locked into the slot at any one position by the M10 bolt (5) and M10 wing
nut (6).

(a) Draw, FULL SIZE, in either first-angle or third-angle orthographic projection, the following
views of the assembly when the arm is locked in a vertical position:

(i) A front elevation. Show all hidden details.

(ii) A sectional end elevation on cutting plane YY.



(b) Show SIX main dimensions including a length, a diameter, a radius and a metric screw
thread specification.

(c) Print the title Handle Control Assemblyand the scale used. Show the projection method
by symbol.

NOTE: All fillet radii are 3 mm.

(80 marks)

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SECTION II SKETCH AND DESIGN OR 3D SOLID MODEL DESIGN DRAWING

Answer ONE question.

Figure 3 shows the plan and elevation of a tool block in first-angle orthographic projection. Make
3.
a neat, well-proportioned oblique sketch of the tool block.

R11

R25

70
20
R15

10
40

72
60

10

110 50 15

Figure 3
(20 marks)

4. Make neat sketches in SECTIONAL orthographic projection to illustrate any FOUR of the following
conventions:
(a) Counterbore
(b) Countersink
(c) Internal screw threads
(d) Blind tapped hole
(e) Through tapped hole (20 marks)
END OF TEST

IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.

01247032/F 2014
TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2014119 MAY/JUNE 2014
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
Paper 032 General Proficiency

R9 R7
R3
66 9 24
9 75 15 7
12

12
14
6 Hole

16
45
18
ITEM 5 M10 BOLT ITEM 3 PIVOT PIN 40 ITEM 4 SPLIT PIN
ITEM 6 M10 WING NUT

96
24
24
Y 12

64
R12
8
14
4

11
R6
28
M10 18

R75
34
12
9
A
96

75

63

63
10
15

15
O30

2 12 HOLES 24 24
26

24
Y Details of parts for the
38 HANDLE CONTROL ASSEMBLY
75
16 11 UNSPECIFIED RADII - 3 mm
ITEM 1 BODY
ITEM 2 HANDLE DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm

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TEST CODE 01247032
FORM TP 2014119 MAY/JUNE 2014
CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION

TECHNICAL DRAWING
OPTION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

12 12 25
20

B 32
82
R58

R58

O 12
24
R29

12 12
125

76
38

3
12
48 28
152 36
76
102
10
ITEM 1 ARM
20
24
M24

76
28

36
64
45

125
ITEM 4
X X M24 HEXAGONAL NUT
30
15 40
105 Details of parts for the
28 MOVABLE ARM ASSEMBLY

ITEM 3 DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm


FULCRUM PIN 3 UNSPECIFIED RADII - 3 mm
ITEM 2 BASE

Figure 1
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