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# Planometric

Planometric. Planometric. What is it? How do you draw a planometric ? Exercises. Planometric. What is it?. Planometric projection is a form of pictorial drawing used by architects. It is like isometrics, however, unlike isometrics it gives a clearer picture of the object.

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1. Planometric

2. Planometric • What is it? • How do you draw a planometric ? • Exercises.

3. Planometric What is it? • Planometric projection is a form of pictorial drawing used by architects. • It is like isometrics, however, unlike isometrics it gives a clearer picture of the object. • Planometric drawings allow the viewer to see the objects as if they were looking form above.

4. Planometric How do you draw a planometric view? • Planometric views are drawn starting with a plan of the view drawn at 30º/60º, 45º/ 45º, or 60º/ 30º to the horizontal. • All vertical edges remain vertical. • All measurements both vertical and on the base are true

5. A 30º 60º A Planometric Redraw the plan at 30º to the horizontal starting at point A. A

6. A A Planometric Complete the outline of the plan. A

7. A Planometric Draw the rest of the plan, taking all dimensions from the plan. A A

8. A Planometric Project all the vertical lines for the wall upwards. A A

9. A Planometric Number each line. 7 8 10 9 5 12 6 11 14 3 4 13 7 1 2 8 10 9 A 5 12 6 11 14 13 3 4 1 2 A

10. A Planometric Draw in the top of the wall. 7 8 10 9 5 12 6 11 14 3 4 13 7 1 2 8 10 9 A 5 12 6 11 14 13 3 4 1 2 A

11. A Planometric Draw in the door, taking measurements from the elevation. A A

12. A Planometric Draw in the window, taking measurements from the elevation. A A

13. A Planometric Now project vertical lines upwards from the plan of the desk. A A

14. A Planometric Draw in the desk top. A A

15. A Planometric Thickness the desk top. A A

16. A Planometric Outline the planometric, starting with the table. A A

17. A Planometric Outline the walls, door and window. A A

18. A Planometric A A

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