Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Representation technology school

317 views

Published on

English technology

Published in: Design
  • Be the first to comment

Representation technology school

  1. 1.  Sketch: is the first graphic approach to the shape of an object and is created using only a pencil, paper and rubber. Sometimes it can include measurements.
  2. 2.  Plan is a type of technical representation. It is usually made by rulers, compasses or computers. A series of established rules must be followed and the drawings can be made to scale. It is always annotated
  3. 3.  Annotating a drawing means indicating all of its real measurements so that it can be interpreted.  The annotation indicates the dimension lines, the auxilary dimension lines, the dimensions and the symbols.  Annotating follows a series of rules and criteria.
  4. 4.  Representing an object using views consists of drawing it from various angles to make it easier to understand.  The main views are the:  A) Front view:
  5. 5.  B) Overhead view  C) Side view
  6. 6.  Observe that in the dimensions of the three views: - The front and side views are the same height - The front and overhead views are the same width - The overhead and side views are the same depth
  7. 7.  Most objects can not be represented in their real dimensions.  The solution to this problem is to proportionally reduce or amplify all the dimensions of the object with a scale.  Scale= dimensions in the drawing dimensions of the real object
  8. 8.  There are three types of scales: A) Reduced scale. Ex 1:2 what in the drawing measures 1 measures 2 in the real life Scale 1/10
  9. 9. B) Actual scale 1:1
  10. 10.  C) Enlarged scale. Ex 2:1 what in the drawing measures 2 measures 1 in the real life.

×