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    • CONTENTS (Manual) ExitClick only on INTRO. or ORTHO. or 1st Graphic Link to see DEMO Slide Show1. INTRODUCTION2. ORTHOGRAPHIC3. ISOMETRIC PRACTICE SEMI HEX. A/F 404. ISOMETRIC VIEW O O F.V. O REGULAR O F.V. L.H.S.V. F.V. T.V. O O O O F.V. T.V. SQUARE SIDE 20 O O R.H.S.V. F.V. O HEXAGON T.V.5. MISSING VIEW6. SECTIONAL VIEW 1. Draw: SEC. F.V. (Along A-B) SEC. T.V. (Along P-Q) L.H.S.V. P B Q S DRAW: SEC. F.V. (Along A-B) TOP VIEW L.H.S.V. B A DRAW: SEC. F.V. (Along A-A) L.H.S.V. P B B Single A S A X A X X A Q A X Multiple7. AUTOMATIC SHOWCopyright © Guru Maa Foundation 2009 All Rights Reserved 1 BLB GMP
    • EDUTAINMENT (Learning – Fun) For Technical Education InEngineering Drawing By Guru Maa Foundation (Red.) BLB 2 GMP
    • Animated Slide Show Presentation For ENGINEERING DRAWING By Guru Maa Foundation Developed By Prof. B. L. Bhatt (Lecturer D.J.S.C.E.) Technical Coordinator Shri G. M. Panchal (CAD Programmer S.B.M.P.) BLB 3 GMP
    • An APPEAL to avoid Piracy This Low Priced Animated CD is developed by Guru Maa Foundation (Regd.No.284) for the Slow Learner Students from Remote Areas whocan’t get Expert Professor’s Guidance. Please encourage us by buying onlyOriginal CD. This fund will be used for future Development in Self Learning. BLB 4 GMP
    • -:NOTE:- Since Power Point is aPresentation Package, there are chances that some of the line conventions are not as per ISO, but it will not affect theexplanation and understanding of the Engineering Drawing. BLB 5 GMP
    • TYPES OF LINENo. Line type Illustration Thickness1) Construction line 0.1 to 0.2 mm Very light projector2) Leader line 0.2 to 0.3 mm Medium dark Extension line Section line3) Visible 0.4 to 0.5 mm Dark Object line It is used for showing visible details of the object4) Dimension Line THICKNESS NOT MORE THEN 1MM. 0.2 to 0.3 mm Medium dark LENGTH 3 TO 4 mm. Special care should be taken to draw arrow heads. It should be as dark as the dimension line. Draw two lines of the arrow heads so close that their is no need to fill it with the pencil. generally arrow heads becomes darker due to filling it with the pencil.5) Center line, Axis 0.1 to 0.2 mm Medium darkt The line of Symmetry It is usually extended beyond the out line of the object6) Dotted Line or 0.4 to 0.5 mm Dark Hidden line BLB 6 GMP
    • TIPS FOR LINE CONNECTION Correct Incorrect Correct Incorrect BLB 7 GMP
    • STEP-BY-STEP Animated Slide Show Presentation For THEORY OF PROJECTIONCopyright © Guru Maa Foundation 2006 All Rights Reserved 8 BLB GMP
    • THEORY OF PROJECTION Projector F Pit with Light rays cu I re light sc L ree Picture M n Plane Fig. 1 DISPLAY OF FILM s ay tr gh Li Picture plane FR Source of Light of projection ON TV Object IEW L H Fig. 2Source of Lightat infinity L H Fig. 3 BLB 9 GMP
    • 4 QUADRANT THEORY FOUR QUADRANTS . TOP / V.P DIRECTION F RP I Y II III X H .P. IV / H RP F DIR RON EC T TIO N BLB 10 GMP
    • TOP 1st ANGLE DIRECTION Projection . V.P 1st QUADRANT Y H.P.X F DIR RON EC T TIO N BLB 11 GMP
    • 1st ANGLE PROJECTION RIG NE LA HT N TP R.P PR OF .P. X1 FRO ILEP R LO LA NE T ICAV ER L.H.S.V. F.V. .V.P . F.V Y X L.H Y1 .S. V. T.V. . H.P ARRAY OF VIEWS IN 1 ST ANGLE T .V. NE LA LP N TA X RIZO HO OBSERVER BLB 12 GMP
    • 3rd ANGLE TOP DIRECTIONProjection H .P. Y X 3rd QUADRANT F DIR RON . EC T V.P TIO N BLB 13 GMP
    • 3rd ANGLE PROJECTION A NE HP PL T AL Z ON RI HO X1 . T.V VPLPP T.V. x Y Y1 L.H.S.V. F.V. S .V . . F.V LE A NE FT PL ARRAY OF VIEWS IN 3RD ANGLE PR T OF ON ILE FR R PL AN A LO E T IC V ER X OBSERVER BLB 14 GMP
    • Multiview Orthographic Projection First angle Second angle Third angle Fourth angleFirst angle orthographic projections : Refer figure Below:1) The object is above H.P. and in front of V.P.2) The plane of projection is behind the object.3) The common line between H.P. and V.P. is known as X Y line.4) The common line between V.P. and PP is known as X1 Y1 line.5) All the planes are opaque and hinged to vertical plane as shown in the fig.6) Front view shows Length and Height of the object. TOP DIRECTION7) Top view shows Length and Width of the object.8) Side view shows Height and Width of the object. . V.P 1st QUADRANT S.V. F.V. Y P. H. X F DIR RON EC T TIO T.V. N BLB 15 GMP
    • STEP-BY-STEP Animated Slide Show Presentation For ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION From PICTORIAL VIEWCopyright © Guru Maa Foundation 2006 All Rights Reserved 16 BLB GMP
    • O OBSERVERGIVEN: PICTORIAL VIEWDRAW: FRONT VIEW, TOP VIEW, AND BLBLEFT SIDE VIEW IN 1st ANGLE PROJ. 17 GMP
    • t1L t1R s1 f2 t2 s2 f1 1st ANGLE PROJ. f2 s1 s2 O OBSERVER f1Now start drawing SecondFollow the the HiddenLets DrawLeft Corner toAccordinglyand Top FacesFront, Sidesame method of Draw FirstFix UpperFrontFace& &WidthMark Max. Heightclear asLevel of Front get “f2” withEdgesof Front Face “f1”projection to View inare taggedto Develop theLevel with Ortho graphic F.V. L.S.V.begin Refereeing theL.S.V.V.facesproject origin 45TopideaView & Left Side view.for F.of most line at theshown andBottom views i.e.layout of DiagramDotted linesame through 45˚Line for“O”. t1LF.V.,T.V.,& L.S.V.getting T. V. & L. S. V. t2 t1RGIVEN: PICTORIAL VIEW T.V.DRAW: FRONT VIEW, TOPVIEW, & LEFT SIDE VIEW 18 BLB GMP
    • t1L t1R s2 f1 s1 f2 t2 3rd ANGLE PROJ. O OBSERVER t1L t2Front, Side and Top FacesFix Upper Right Corner toLets start drawing First ofNow Draw same methodare tagged theget clearbegin the to HiddenFollowwith Ortho graphicMark Max. Length SecondAccordingly Draw & t1RLevel of Front Face “f1” withEdges of views View &projectionFrontFace “f2” as in to Developlayoutof Front i.e. theLevelWidth faces line at originidea offor T. V. and project 45 T.V.Bottom mostL.S.V. Refereeing theTop View & Left Side view.the same through 45˚LineF.V.,T.V.,& L.S.V.shown line Diagram“O”.Dottedfor getting F. V. & L. S. V. s1 f2 f1 s2 GIVEN: PICTORIAL VIEW DRAW: FRONT VIEW, TOP VIEW, & LEFT SIDE VIEW L.S.V. BLB F.V. 19 GMP
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    • END THANK YOU VERY MUCH From Prof. B. L. Bhatt / G. M. Panchal And Guru Maa Foundation (Regd.),Copyright © Guru Maa Foundation 2009 All Rights Reserved 97 BLB GMP
    • CONTENTS (Auto) Exit 1. INTRODUCTION 2. ORTHOGRAPHIC 3. ISOMETRIC PRACTICE SEMI HEX. A/F 40 4. ISOMETRIC VIEW O F.V. O O F.V. L.H.S.V. F.V. O O O F.V. T.V. SQUARE SIDE 20 O O F.V. O T.V. O R.H.S.V. O REGULAR HEXAGON T.V. 5. MISSING VIEW 6. SECTIONAL VIEW B DRAW: B 1. Draw: SEC. F.V. (Along A-B) P A SEC. F.V. (Along A-B) Q B S TOP VIEW DRAW: SEC. T.V. (Along P-Q) L.H.S.V. SEC. F.V. (Along A-A) L.H.S.V. P L.H.S.V. B Single A S A X A X X A Q X A Multiple 7. MANUAL SHOWCopyright © Guru Maa Foundation 2009 All Rights Reserved 98 BLB GMP
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    • O OBSERVERGIVEN: PICTORIAL VIEWDRAW: FRONT VIEW, TOP VIEW, AND BLBLEFT SIDE VIEW IN 1st ANGLE PROJ. 114 GMP
    • t1L t1R s1 f2 t2 s2 f1 1st ANGLE PROJ. f2 s1 s2 O OBSERVER f1 F.V. L.S.V. 45 t1L t2 t1RGIVEN: PICTORIAL VIEW T.V.DRAW: FRONT VIEW, TOPVIEW, & LEFT SIDE VIEW 115 BLB GMP
    • t1L t1R s2 f1 s1 f2 t2 3rd ANGLE PROJ. O OBSERVER t1L t2 t1R 45 T.V. s1 f2 f1 s2GIVEN: PICTORIAL VIEWDRAW: FRONT VIEW, TOPVIEW, & LEFT SIDE VIEW L.S.V. BLB F.V. 116 GMP
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    • END BEST OF LUCK TO ALL From Prof. B. L. Bhatt / G. M. Panchal And 3Guru Maa Foundation (Regd.),Copyright © Guru Maa Foundation 2009 All Rights Reserved 194 BLB GMP