V-block and clamp - angle projection drawing, Mechanical Engineering

A V-block clamp consists of 3 components, a V-block, yoke and clamping screw.  Using a rule, measure the sketches below and produce a 3rd angle projection drawing for each component.  All drawings must be fully dimensioned, with the relevant projection symbol, on a completed drawing sheet. 

Indicate any important tolerances for each component. A completed 2 view assembly drawing is also required showing each component in its relevant position, with information bubbles relating to a parts list on the drawing.  The parts list must indicate, part name, page number, material, and number off, for each component. Finally on a separate sheet produce a free hand sketch of the completed assembly.

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