Who would give me some advices for improving the drawings?

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  1. xichyu
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    My teacher said the two drawings are extremely schematic and should be improved in quality,but i do not how to improve it. Who would give me some advices?
     

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  2. TANSL
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    Is there any way to acces your files without signing up in to Snapfish?
    Please, just upload them directly in your post.
     
  3. xichyu
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    Thanks for telling me!
     
  4. TANSL
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    What is it that you should show in your drawings? It depends on what they have to serve and the information you want to show. If you, for example, had to calculate something with them, would you have enough information on them?
    Maybe putting dimensions?
     
  5. Ad Hoc
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    Then why not simply ask the teacher, who told you this, what they wish to see clarified, ...?!
     
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    Perhaps he wants you to include a Free Body Diagram, to indicate forces and lines of action.
     

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    Perhaps but, what's that?
     
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