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    Drafting Equipment & Supplies in Valdosta


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    Business Listing   Dougherty Blueprint & Supply CO Inc - Valdosta, GA - Phone: (229) 244-5598


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    Helpful Definition for: Drafting Equipment & Supplies


    Valdosta has drafting equipment and supplies available for sale. Drafting is basically making a drawing to scale. It includes a a top view, main view and side view. This tells a machinist the exact specifications of what he would have to make. These can also be made into blueprints. This is very often used in architecture. It show the dimensions of the house, the size and shape of the rooms, and where they are in it. Many other details are usually included, such as bathrooms, laundry rooms, cellars, upper stories , the types and sizes of doors and windows, as well as the outside property and its design. Making drafts or blueprints needs specific equipment. These can be bought in Valdosta. Supplies include paper of various kinds, compasses dividers, scales, rulers, technical pens, drafting chairs, office chairs, flat files, vertical files and clamps, roll files, drafting tables, light tables, light boxes, mats and more. They are manufactured by many companies. One can buy package deals at lower rates as well.

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