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Orthographic

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Orthographic

  1. 1. ORTHOGRAPHIC SKETCHING
  2. 2. • What type of surface does the roof of Heritage Hill represent?
  3. 3. • What type of surface does the roof of Heritage Hill represent? INCLINED
  4. 4. • What type of surface does the roof of the Milwaukee Museum of Art represent?
  5. 5. • What type of surface does the roof of the Milwaukee Museum of Art represent? OBLIQUE
  6. 6. • Which lines are inclined, normal or oblique? C B D A E F
  7. 7. • Which lines are inclined, normal or oblique? C B D A E FB & D areinclined, rest arenormal
  8. 8. • Name the two main types of Orthographic Project
  9. 9. • Name the two main types of Orthographic Project • Axonometric (Isometric, Dimetric, Trimetric) • Multi-view
  10. 10. • What are necessary views?
  11. 11. • What are necessary views? • The minimum number of views required to clearly and completely describe an object.
  12. 12. • True or False When a plane surface joins a contoured surface a line is not shown if they are tangent
  13. 13. • True or False When a plane surface joins a contoured surface a line is not shown if they are tangent• TRUE
  14. 14. • Why are removed views use? What two different ways are used to indicate the viewing direction for the removed views?
  15. 15. • Why are removed views use? What two different ways are used to indicate the viewing direction for the removed views? • Removed views are used when all drawing views can not be shown in alignment • A viewing plane and view indicator arrow are used to indicate viewing direction
  16. 16. • What is a fillet?
  17. 17. • What is a fillet? • A rounded interior corner
  18. 18. • What is a round?
  19. 19. • What is a round? • A rounded exterior corner
  20. 20. • What is a runout and when would you use it?
  21. 21. • What is a runout and when would you use it? • Small curves that represent fillets that connect plane surfaces tangent to cylinders.

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