Why it is important to develop technical drawing skills

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How do you get what’s in your head on paper? How do you reconstruct how a machine works so that everyone can understand its function? How do you ensure that others can interpret your ideas or drawings?

Developing effective drawing skills is a key part of representing and visually communicating how machines function and are constructed. It also enables you to share specific engineering project requirements, in a language that everyone can understand, across the organisation, leading to fewer supplier problems, more accurate parts and components, and a reduction in errors in manufacturing.

Here are a few key points to consider:

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