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Descriptive Geometry

Descriptive Geometry. Ref. Descriptive Geometry Metric PARE/LOVING/HILL Fifth edition. Descriptive Geometry. Descriptive Geometry: is the science of graphic representation and solution and space problems. projections. Tow common types of projections:

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Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views. Incline Surface Oblique Surface. By B. Cowan & R .Cash. Incline Plane. Incline plane (surface) does not appear true size in any principal views such as the Front View, Side View, or Top View.

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Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views. Views Refresher. Three views are usually all that are needed to illustrate simple objects Top Front Right Sometimes only two views are necessary Cylinders. What’s a problem with these views when you’re working with circles?.

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Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views. Engineering Graphics Stephen W. Crown Ph.D. Objective. To understand how to generate views that show inclined and oblique surfaces in true shape in multiview drawings

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Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views. Auxiliary Views. An auxiliary view is an orthographic projection of an angled surface on an object, which appears foreshortened in a typical multiview drawing. Auxiliary views are used to show the true size and shape of an angled surface and its features.

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Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views. Recall: principal planes (F, H, P) give principal orthographic views Auxiliary plane a projection plane that is not parallel to any of the principal planes gives auxiliary view used to show true size of inclined or oblique planes. Auxiliary view. Top. Right. Front.

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Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views. Auxiliary Views. An auxiliary view is an orthographic projection of an angled surface on an object, which appears foreshortened in a typical multiview drawing. Auxiliary views are used to show the true size and shape of an angled surface and its features.

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Auxiliary views

Auxiliary views

LOS for T.V. LOS for F.V. Auxiliary views. (Straight Edges). Line of sight (LOS) is an imaginary line from the eye to the object. To see the true shape of a surface, LOS must be perpendicular to that surface. LOS (T.V.). 1. 2. A. 4. 8. 3. 5. 7. 6. Take an object as follows :.

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Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views. Engineering Graphics. Objective. To understand how to generate views that show inclined and oblique surfaces in true shape in multiview drawings To better understand the manipulation of 3-D objects using successive 90 degree rotations in preparation for solid modeling.

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Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views

Auxiliary Views. Chapter 7. Overview. Revolution. Auxiliary. Revolved. Normal Views vs. Auxiliary Views. Normal. Auxiliary. Basic Relationship of the Auxiliary Plane to the Normal Planes. Example. Anchor with a slanting surface. Normal. Auxiliary. Example . Simple Inclined Wedge.

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