An assembly drawing is needed for all products or inventions that have more than one part. These drawings list all parts and sub-assemblies that make the final product. A BOM (Bill of Materials) on the drawing lists each part number, part name, and part quantity.

Some of these drawings provide instructions on how to assemble the product at a manufacturing level, while others may list part numbers for consumers to re-order parts. Instructions may include information such as how to fasten parts together, or what types of lubricant to use.

The drawing above lists all parts and sub-assemblies in the BOM (Bill of Materials), located bottom right. From there, you can go to each detailed part drawing for any additional information you may need.



Complete the following drawings in Isometric view.  Be sure to label dimensions on separate layer.  Use the “Dimedit” command to angle the dimensions with it’s corresponding side.