How to draw up an upload
If you follow these simple design rules, for a good project that is not on the Internet, you will receive 50 points instead of 5-10 without registration. The less the moderator has to edit your drawing, the more points will be awarded.
The title must match the content of the drawing. For a coursework, this is the name of the coursework, for a diploma, the name of the diploma, etc. If these are just a few drawings, then the best option for the name would be what is written in the stamp of the assembly drawing. The name must be capitalized.
An image must be present to receive maximum points. Choose a drawing for the picture that reflects the essence of the project as much as possible. Usually this is an assembly drawing. You can also select multiple drawings for an image at once. The image should not have any watermarks! The width of the image should be about 800 pixels (600-900 pixels are allowed). For example, you can look at any of the drawings posted on the site. An easy way to get a drawing image:
- Open a drawing, make it about the size of the screen, then press the PrintScreen button on your keyboard (usually top right).
- Open the Windows Paint Standard Image Editor (Start->All Programs->Accessories)
- Paste your screenshot in Paint (Ctrl+V shortcut)
- Crop the screenshot to fit the drawing frame (Select what you want to crop with the Selection tool, then press Crop or Ctrl+Shift+X)
- Click File->Save (or Ctrl+S). Write the file name whatever you want, save format - jpg or png
- Select your image file when adding a drawing.
A good description should include:
- Description of the design on the drawing (or description of the scheme, project, etc.). What is it for, what features. If the project is with a note, a part of the note (Introduction, assignment) that characterizes the project will suffice.
- Project composition - what drawings (list the complete composition of the drawings), is there a note, are there 3D models in the project, if the project is in a foreign language (not Russian), indicate which one.
To select multiple categories, hold Ctrl. Required for any project, 3 categories are indicated:
- One of the subcategories in the Format category - Compass, AutoCAD, etc. This is the program that created the drawing
- One of the subcategories under the Purpose category is Work or School. This is the purpose of the drawing - for work and real production or for study
- One of the subcategories in the Blueprints & 3D category - Gearboxes, Cranes, Electrical, etc. Specify a subcategory, not a parent category. For example, not Gearboxes, but Worm Gearboxes.
- The exception is projects that do not have a drawing - they are only listed in the category Projects without a drawing.
- Look at any other project on the site and pay attention to the categories it belongs to
How points are awarded
Points for the project are awarded after the moderator checks the project. The number of points depends on the quality of the project and its design. The quality of the project, the completeness and correctness of its design, including the presence of an image, are taken into account. The maximum number of points is 50.
- The project must not be on the site. This can be easily verified by searching the site. If the project is on the site, it is deleted. Check the originality of the project yourself.
- The project is not on the Internet, but it is not of sufficient quality. For example, a drawing of several lines without dimensions. If the moderator decides that such a drawing is of interest to site visitors, he will leave it, but will award a minimum number of points (5).
- The project is not on the Internet and on the site, but there are already a lot of similar projects on the site with the same name - for example, "Gearbox". In this case, the probability of not passing moderation is very high.
- The design is good enough. For example, an original diploma with all drawings and a note, a good working draft with all working drawings, etc. For such a project, the maximum number of points is awarded.