Introduction To Engineering Multi-view Drawings - 3. Agenda 2 View Drawings 3 View Drawings. Two-View Drawings. Some objects can be fully described by two views, look for: Symmetry or Bodies of rotation. Front View. Right Side View. Other Two-View Examples. Other Two-View Examples.
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Introduction To Engineering Multi-view Drawings - 3 Agenda 2 View Drawings 3 View Drawings
Two-View Drawings • Some objects can be fully described by two views, look for: • Symmetry or Bodies of rotation Front View Right Side View
Other Two-View Examples In Class Example: Do a 2-view drawing of this object
Steps in Creating the Three-View Sketch – Example Object • Front View • Right Side View • Top View
Steps in Creating the Three-View Sketch– Step 1 Block Three Views 2 Miter Line (45o line) 1 2 1 1 • Transferring dimensions across views.
Steps in Creating the Three-View Sketch– Step 2 Lightly Block Major Features
Steps in Creating the Three-View Sketch– Step 3 Add Features, Use Miter Line
Summary • Multi-view drawing tools • Use of hidden and center lines • Conventions on line intersections • Precedence for line types • Two View Drawings - Multi-view drawings for objects with symmetry • Lettering • Creating a Three-View Sketch • Using the Miter Line to transfer dimensions between views
Assignment #7 • Assignment #7: Bertoline, Problem 2.9 • Pg. 59, # (41) • Pg. 59, # (47) • Sketch the top, front, and right side views as well as the isometric on the handouts provided in the assignment packet.