How do you use an engineer's scale ruler?

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To use an engineering scale ruler, you will need to determine the scale that is being used by the drawing by looking at the legends of the drawing. Next is to align your ruler so that it matches the scale. You will need to make sure that your ruler and the scale's zero align. Once you have that, you can read it by seeing where the end of the drawings scale ends on your ruler.
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How to Use an Engineer's Scale Ruler
Drawings for large projects must be greatly reduced when compared to the objects they depict. The scale of the drawing defines the size relationship between the drawing and the objects. To measure something on a drawing, you use a special tool that is... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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