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  • 1. Chapter 3 Orthographic Projection
  • 2. TOPICS Object representation Glass box concept Line convention Orthographic projection of point, line, plane, surface and object. Multiview projection
  • 3. PROJECTION METHOD Perspective Oblique Orthographic Axonometric Multiview Parallel
  • 4. OBJECT REPRESENTATION Axonometric projection Multiview projection
  • 5. MULTIVIEW PROJECTION Three principle dimensions of an object … Width Depth Height Width Height Depth Depth … can be presented only two in each view. Adjacent view(s) is needed to fulfill the size description.
  • 6. 1. Revolve the object with respect to observer. TO OBTAIN MULTIVIEW REPRESENTATION OF AN OBJECT 2. The observer move around the object.
  • 7. REVOLVE THE OBJECT Front view Right side view Top view
  • 8. OBSERVER MOVE AROUND Front view Right side view Top view
  • 9. THE GLASS BOX CONCEPT Bottom view Left side view Rear view
  • 10. Height Width Depth History
  • 11. Orthographic Projection of Object Features
  • 12. OBJECT FEATURES Edges are lines that represent the boundary between two faces. Corners Represent the intersection of two or more edges. Edge Corner Edge No edge No corner No corner
  • 13. Surfaces are areas that are bounded by edges or limiting element. Limiting element is a line that represents the last visible part of the curve surface. Surface Surface Surface Limit Limit OBJECT FEATURES
  • 14. A B PROJECTION OF POINT(S) AF BR AT BF AR BT AF AR AT BF BR BT Equal distance
  • 15. A B AF BF BRAR AT BT BR AR AF BF AT BT True length NORMAL LINE True lengthPoint Equal length PROJECTION OF LINE
  • 16. A B AF BF BRAR AT BT INCLINED LINE Foreshortened BR AR AF BF Foreshortened AT BT True length A Equal length PROJECTION OF LINE
  • 17. A B AF BF BR AR AT BT OBLIQUED LINE A Equal length B Foreshortened Foreshortened Foreshortened BR AR AF BF AT BT PROJECTION OF LINE
  • 18. B C A PROJECTION OF PLANE BF AF,CF CRAR,BR AT CT NORMAL PLANE Equal length Edge Edge True size CR AR,BR AF,CF BF AT BT CT BT
  • 19. B C BF AF CR AR,BR AT CT INCLINED PLANE A Equal length BT C CF Edge CR AR,BR Foreshortened BT CT AT AF CF Foreshortened BF PROJECTION OF PLANE
  • 20. B C BF AF CR AR AT CT OBLIQUED PLANE A Equal length BT C CF B BR Foreshortened CR AR BR AF BF CF Foreshortened AT BT CT Foreshortened PROJECTION OF PLANE
  • 21. PROJECTION OF OBJECT The views are obtained by projecting all object features to the picture plane. You have to project the remaining surfaces which are invisible too !
  • 22. s s s PROJECTION OF OBJECT
  • 23. PROJECTION OF OBJECT
  • 24. Line Convention
  • 25. LINE CONVENTION Precedence of coincide lines. Hidden line drawing. Center line drawing.
  • 26. PRECEDENCE OF LINE Visible line Order of importance Hidden line Center line
  • 27. HIDDEN LINE PRACTICE Hidden line should join a visible line, except it extended from the visible line. Correct No ! Join Leave space
  • 28. Correct No ! Hidden line should join a visible line, except it extended from the visible line. Leave space Leave space HIDDEN LINE PRACTICE
  • 29. Hidden line should intersect to form L and T corners. Correct No ! L T HIDDEN LINE PRACTICE
  • 30. Hidden arcs should start on a center line. HIDDEN LINE PRACTICE
  • 31. CENTER LINE PRACTICE In circular view, short dash should cross at the intersections of center line. For small hole, center line is presented as thin continuous line. Center line should not extend between views. Leave space Leave space
  • 32. Leave the gap when centerline forms a continuation with a visible or hidden line Leave space Leave space Leave space Leave space Center line should always start and end with long dash. CENTER LINE PRACTICE