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Oblique form 4 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. CONCEPT OBLIQUE CHARACTERISTIC DRAWING TYPES ORIENTATION CONSTRUCTION EXCERCISES
  • 2. CONCEPT Oblique Axis
  • 3. CONCEPT Oblique Axis Horizontal Axis
  • 4. CONCEPT Oblique Axis Vertical Axis Horizontal Axis
  • 5. CONCEPT Oblique Axis Vertical Axis Horizontal Axis Receding Axis (any convenient angle 30°, 45° & 60°)
  • 6. Receding Axis 300 450 600
  • 7. Oblique Line Non Oblique Arc in Line Oblique Charateristics of Oblique Circle in Angle in Oblique Oblique
  • 8. The oblique lines are lines that are parallel to any oblique axis. B C E A D H + F 45o I G
  • 9. Any object lines that is not parallel to any oblique axis. B C E A D H + F 45o I G
  • 10. An angle on an object surface that is parallel to the front projection plane or receding plane B C 60o E A 60o D H + F I G
  • 11. A circle that is parallel to the front projection plane is a circle of actual size while on a receding plane would appear is an ellipse. B C E A D + H F 45o I G
  • 12. An arc which is parallel to the projection plane shows its true size. B C E A D H I
  • 13. 50 75 100 CAVALIER CABINET OBLIQUE COMMON OBLIQUE OBLIQUE ( D ) ( 1/2 D ) ( 3/4 D )
  • 14. Circle Orientation
  • 15. Arc Orientation
  • 16. Curve Orientation
  • 17. CONSTRUCTION OF OBLIQUE DRAWING BY BOX METHOD Top View 450 Front View
  • 18. Example 1
  • 19. 45˚
  • 20. 45˚
  • 21. 45˚
  • 22. 45˚
  • 23. A B D C ⁰ 45˚
  • 24. 45˚
  • 25. EXERCISE Redraw this object in cavalier in cabinet oblique drawings.
  • 26. EXERCISE Figure shows that the top and font views of objects. Draw this objects in cavalier oblique drawing. Use 10 mm x 10 mm grid.