Lincoln has a number of educational and reference books, most of which are
dirt cheap. Here is one to get you started:
The author makes no assumption about your knowledge of working drawings, so
he starts from scratch. Definitely worth the pocket change.
You might be better off with a book. Used ones are often available in second
hand book stores, and library discard sales. I found a good one in the
discard rack at the local library for a dollar! I learned to read drawings
in grades 4-5 metalworking (1950-51), and later had 6 years of drafting
classes through junior high, and high school. Even so, the book is a handy
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