Upcoming SlideShare
×

# Es 1 proj 2

4,236 views

Published on

Isometric drawing: Normal, Inclined, Oblique

Published in: Education, Technology
7 Likes
Statistics
Notes
• Full Name
Comment goes here.

Are you sure you want to Yes No
• Be the first to comment

Views
Total views
4,236
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
49
Actions
Shares
0
286
0
Likes
7
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

### Es 1 proj 2

1. 1. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING  An isometric drawing or isometric sketch is a drawing using the full length measurement of the actual object. However, in our case, the length of the multiview projection of the object.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 1
2. 2. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES  Given the multiview projection, draw its corresponding isometric view.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 2
3. 3. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES Before starting to create your construction lines, imagine first the figure or the object. In this case, the object should look like this (cubes and colors are used for better 3rd Level understanding). 2nd Level 1st Level 3rd Level 2nd Level 1st LevelSECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 3
4. 4. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES  Rectangular objects are easy to draw using glass box construction, which consists of imagining the object enclosed in a rectangular box whose sides coincide with the main faces of the object.  Lightly draw the overall dimensions of the glass box. 30° 30°  The edges of the box should all measure equal angles with each other. In other words, the base edge of the box should make 30° from the normal.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 4
5. 5. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES  Draw the irregular features relative to the sides of the box.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 5
6. 6. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES  Darken the final lines.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 6
7. 7. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Given the multiview projection, draw its corresponding isometric view. Note: hidden lines only exist in the multiview projection and not in an isometric view.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 7
8. 8. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Your imagined object should look something like this… Removed block produces hidden Hidden line line PRP/HRP Hidden line Removed block produces hidden line FRP/HRPSECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 8
9. 9. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Lightly draw the overall dimensions of the glass box.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 9
10. 10. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Locate main areas to be removed from the overall block lightly sketch along the main edges of the box to define portion to be removed.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 10
11. 11. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Lightly block in any remaining major portions to be removed through the whole block. Lightly block in features to be removed from the remaining shape along the main edges of the box.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 11
12. 12. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Darken final lines.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 12
13. 13. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Given the multiview projection, draw its corresponding isometric drawing.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 13
14. 14. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Start with a glass box.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 14
15. 15. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Locate the main areas to be removed from the overall block.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 15
16. 16. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Lightly sketch along the edges of the box to define portion to be removed.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 16
17. 17. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF NORMAL SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Darken final lines.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 17
18. 18. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Inclined surfaces appear twice in a multiview projection.  Given the multiview projection, draw its corresponding isometric view.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 18
19. 19. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES. (N)  First step, try to imagine the object.  Second step, label each plane as (I) (I) whether it is normal (N) or inclined (I). This will aid you in imagining the object. (N) (N) (I) (N) (N)SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 19
20. 20. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  After imagining the shape of the object, start your construction with a glass box with the dimensions given by the multiview projection. (NOTE: ALWAYS START WITH A GLASS BOX).SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 20
21. 21. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES nonisometric WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Lightly sketch the irregular features relative to the sides of the box. Take note of the type of surface (inclined or normal). Also remember that nonisometric lines will not be true length in the isometric drawing (DO NOT DIRECTLY TRANSFER THE DISTANCE OF THE NONISOMETRIC LINE FROM THE MULTIVIEW TO THE ISOMETRIC).SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 21
22. 22. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES WITH HIDDEN SURFACES.  Darken final lines.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 22
23. 23. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Given the multiview projection, draw its corresponding isometric projection.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 23
24. 24. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Start with a glass box.  Try to imagine the shape of the object.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 24
25. 25. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED Inclined surface SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Try to chop the object for better understanding. Let’s first analyze the Normal surface back part of the object. Edge view of the inclined surfaceSECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 25
26. 26. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED Inclined surface SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Locate areas to be removed.  Lightly sketch the back part of the object analyzed. Normal surface Edge view of the inclined surfaceSECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 26
27. 27. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  The back part of the object should somehow look like this…SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 27
28. 28. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True Normal ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Next, analyze the middle part of the Inclined object. Normal Normal Normal - blocked by the inclined Edge view of the surface inclined surfaceSECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 28
29. 29. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^ Normal Inclined  Locate areas to be removed.  Lightly sketch the middle part of the object analyzed (blue lines). InclinedNormal Edge view of the Normal inclined surfaceSECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 29
30. 30. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  After finishing the middle part, the object should somehow look like this…SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 30
31. 31. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^ Inclined  Afterwards, analyze the front part of the object. NormalSECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 31
32. 32. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Locate areas to be removed.  Lightly sketch the front part of the Inclined object analyzed (blue lines). Normal Normal Removed block Removed blockSECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 32
33. 33. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  After finishing the front part, the object should somehow look like this…SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 33
34. 34. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Prefinalizing the shape of the object….SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 34
35. 35. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF INCLINED SURFACES: EXAMPLE ^_^  Clear all main areas to be removed.  Darken final lines.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 35
36. 36. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF OBLIQUE SURFACES  Oblique surfaces are the third type of plane surface. They slant at an angle to the front, top, and side projections. Oblique surfaces appear as foreshortened surfaces in all regular views (meaning NOT IN TRUE LENGTH).  Given the multiview projection, draw its corresponding isometric drawing.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 36
37. 37. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC DRAWING OF OBLIQUE SURFACES  Draw a glass box with dimensions following that of the multiview projection.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 37
38. 38. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC Edge view of A DRAWING OF OBLIQUE SURFACES  Surface “A” in the front view is a horizontal edge-of-surface in the top 1 2 5 view. Locate “A” on the glass box. 6 8 3 4  Label the corners of the other A surface 1 – 8 as shown. From the 7 shape, number of corners etc., surface 1 – 8 is also a surface in the top view.  Label the common point 7 and 8 on the glass box. 8 A 7SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 38
39. 39. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC 5 6 DRAWING OF OBLIQUE SURFACES 1 2 4  Locate corners 1 to 8 in the top view. 8 3 7 Placing point 1 or 8, or 6 or 7 in the top 1 2 5 view is a problem. Since these points all 6 8 3 4 project vertically, there are multiple locations possible. 7  THE KEY TO LOCATING SOME CORNERS OF OBLIQUE SURFACES IS TO 1 FIND ONE CORNER THAT IS KNOWN 2 FOR SURE.  Here, corners 2 to 5 can be located. 8 Knowing these points will find 1. ie. 1 must connect to 2, 8 must connect to 1, 6 must connect to 5, etc. 7SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 39
40. 40. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC 5 6 DRAWING OF OBLIQUE SURFACES 1 2 4  Locate corners 1 to 8 in the side 8 3 7 view. Sketch the right side surface on 1 2 1 2 5 6 5 the glass box. 8 3 4 8 6  Locate points 6 and 5 as shown. 3 4 7 7 1 2 5 8 6 7SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 40
41. 41. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC 5 6 DRAWING OF OBLIQUE SURFACES 1 2 4  Sketch 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 to 1 on the 8 3 7 glass box. The surface should have the 1 2 1 2 5 6 5 same shape, number of corners, and 8 3 4 8 6 parallel edges. 3 4 7 7 1 2 5 8 6 3 4 7SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 41
42. 42. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True STEPS IN MAKING AN ISOMETRIC 5 6 DRAWING OF OBLIQUE SURFACES 1 2 4  Complete all surfaces. Darken final 8 3 7 lines. 1 2 5 1 2 6 5 8 3 4 8 6 3 4 7 7SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 42
43. 43. ES1 PLATE NO. Edge View Drawing Shape of Planes Isometric and True Final Note: All solutions given are just guidelines or aid to help you in understanding the concept of isometric drawing or, how to attack a certain involving isometric drawings. In short, there are many other ways in solving a problem involving isometric drawings. CORRECT ISOMETRIC DRAWING DEPENDS ON A CORRECT IMAGINATION OF THE OBJECT.SECTION: THQR / THWX2 NAME: JUAN FIDEL B. CALAYWAN SECTION: THRU2 NAME: MIKHAEL ANTHONY A. FELIPE GRADE: 17.1 GRADE: 10.0 43