A detail view shows only a part of the object but in greater detail and to a larger scale than the principal
view. The part that is shown in detail elsewhere on the drawing is usually encircled by a heavy line on the principal view. Figure 2-15 is an example of the use of detail views.
The principal view shows the complete control wheel, while the detail view is an enlarged drawing of a portion of the control wheel.
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