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TECH 104 – Technical Graphics Communication. Week 2: Sketching, Text, and Visualization. Here’s what we talked about last time: Lines may be defined as……. TECH 104 – Technical Graphics Communication. A series of points in space organized in a rational order

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### TECH 104 – Technical Graphics Communication

Week 2:

Sketching, Text, and Visualization

Lines may be defined as…….

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• A series of points in space organized in a rational order

• 2. The shortest distance between two points

• 3. The geometry created by the intersection of two planes or surfaces

• 4. A set of points organized that have length and direction, but no thickness

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Lines have both style and precedence.

Object (visible) lines are the MOST important…then hidden lines…then center lines…etc.

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Note:

The center line has many variations.

It’s job is to show the theoretically perfect center of arcs, holes, circles, and cylinders.

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Examples of Sketches:

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Multiview Sketch

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Pictorial Sketch

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NOTE: There are also “technical sketches” used in industry which may include notes, and several versions that show motion.

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• Orthographic grid

• Isometric grid

• C. Perspective grid

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Proportion allows the designer to use approximate values to create a balanced looking object.

Sketches are…accurate freehand drawings which use single lines to represent edges and features.

Multi-line sketching is NOT used in engineering design. (Scribbling!)

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Each classification of sketch has a particular purpose from production use…to technical illustration.

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How do you know when a sketch or CAD drawing is complete?

ANSWER: When the production people can make the part without having to ask you any questions!

Most drawings not only have views of the object, but also I include written notes and dimensions to aid in its production.

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Simple gothic is used for engineering design. Notice that it is “san serif” (no hats or shoes!)

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Inclined Gothic is often used for architectural drawings, and various types of technical illustrations.

(All the lettering used in these presentations is inclined gothic.)

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Drawings use various types of projection (how we view the object), to enhance our ability to visualize what we are being asked to see or understand.

Let’s look at the various styles of projection used…

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Here’s how the same object may look using different projection styles.

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Projection type is defined by the “line of sight” from the observer.

Let’s look at some of these…..

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The line of sight is cone-shaped - which makes objects far away appear smaller to our view. Objects are not “true shape and size”.

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The line of sight is always parallel regardless of how far away the object is from our view. This allows surfaces to be drawn “true shape and size”.

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Ortho means “at 90 degrees”, and is a form of parallel projection.

Orthographic projections are used to show several views of the same object in one drawing set.

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The “principle views “ should be chosen to show the most detail of the object with the least number of hidden lines.

Here, the TOP, FRONT, and RIGHT SIDE were chosen.

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Center lines show the theoretical perfect center of arcs, holes, and cylinders. They can be used to show symmetry, or used to aid in dimensioning an object.

Center lines NEVER start or stop on another line!

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Step 1:

Layout the 3 principle views you have chosen with even margins between views and the outside border of your drawing area.

Step 2:

Rough out the general shape of each view.

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Step 3:

Transfer any data from one view to its neighbor using “reverse construction”. This can be done by using a “miter line”.

Step 4:

Add hidden and center lines to the necessary views.

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Step 5:

Erase all unnecessary lines and “snap” the lines on your views.

“Snapping” adds weight to the lines in each view and makes the drawing easier to read.

Step 6:

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Here’s some tips on creating a multi-view drawing:

1. Lightly sketch all the information that you know first.

2. Use reverse construction to locate lines that may be

unknown such as compound angles.

4. Snap all arcs and circles first, and then straight lines.

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Week 2:

Sketching Assignments

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Week 3:

Multiview Drawings

(In-depth!)

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