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'''Technical drawing''', also known as ''' or '''draughting''', is the act and [[Academic discipline|discipline]] of composing [[Plan (drawing)|plans]] that [[Visual communication|visually communicate]] how something functions or has to be constructed. Drafting is the visual language of [[industry]] and [[engineering]]. A ''[[drafter]]'', ''draftsperson'', or ''draughtsman'' is a person who makes a [[drawing]] (technical or otherwise). A professional drafter who makes technical drawings is sometimes called a ''drafting technician''.
 
'''Technical drawing''', also known as ''' or '''draughting''', is the act and [[Academic discipline|discipline]] of composing [[Plan (drawing)|plans]] that [[Visual communication|visually communicate]] how something functions or has to be constructed. Drafting is the visual language of [[industry]] and [[engineering]]. A ''[[drafter]]'', ''draftsperson'', or ''draughtsman'' is a person who makes a [[drawing]] (technical or otherwise). A professional drafter who makes technical drawings is sometimes called a ''drafting technician''.
   
People who communicate with technical drawings, (those who design and those who are tradespeople), may use [[technical standard]]s that define practical [[symbols]], [[Perspective (graphical)|perspectives]], [[units of measurement]], notation systems, visual styles, or layout conventions. These enable a drafter to communicate more concisely by using a commonly understood [[Convention (norm)|convention]]. Together, such conventions constitute a [[visual language]], and help to ensure that the drawing is [[unambiguous]] and relatively easy to understand.
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People who communicate with technical drawings, (those who design and those who are tradespeople), may use [[technical standard]]s that define practical [[symbols]], [[Perspective (graphical)|perspectives]], [[units of measurement]], notation systems, visual styles, or layout conventions. These enable a drafter to communicate YoYo was Here :D ! more concisely by using a commonly understood [[Convention (norm)|convention]]. Together, such conventions constitute a [[visual language]], and help to ensure that the drawing is [[unambiguous]] and relatively easy to understand.
   
 
This need for unambiguous communication in the preparation of a functional document distinguishes technical drawing from the expressive drawing of the [[visual arts]]. Artistic drawings are subjectively interpreted; their meanings are multiply determined. Technical drawings are understood to have one intended meaning.<ref name="g2000p3">{{cite book |title=Technical Drawing |edition=Fourth |last=Goetsch |first=David L. |last2=Chalk |first2=William S. |last3=Nelson |first3=John A. |year=2000 |publisher=Delmar Learning |series=Delmar Technical Graphics Series |location=[[Albany, New York|Albany]] |isbn=978-0-7668-0531-6 |oclc=39756434 |page=3 |url= |accessdate=}}</ref>
 
This need for unambiguous communication in the preparation of a functional document distinguishes technical drawing from the expressive drawing of the [[visual arts]]. Artistic drawings are subjectively interpreted; their meanings are multiply determined. Technical drawings are understood to have one intended meaning.<ref name="g2000p3">{{cite book |title=Technical Drawing |edition=Fourth |last=Goetsch |first=David L. |last2=Chalk |first2=William S. |last3=Nelson |first3=John A. |year=2000 |publisher=Delmar Learning |series=Delmar Technical Graphics Series |location=[[Albany, New York|Albany]] |isbn=978-0-7668-0531-6 |oclc=39756434 |page=3 |url= |accessdate=}}</ref>
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