Chapter 6 Creating T echnical Drawings

# Chapter 6 Creating T echnical Drawings

## Chapter 6 Creating T echnical Drawings

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1. Chapter 6Creating Technical Drawings

2. VIEWS of OBJECTS

3. How to draw this

4. Regular Views

5. The Six Standard Views

6. Necessary Views How many necessary views are needed here?

7. Three Necessary Views

8. How Many Necessary Views?

9. Two Necessary Views

10. How Many Necessary Views?

11. One Necessary View

12. Top View 15

13. Standard Views

14. How to Interpret Lines

15. Folding Lines

16. Transferring Depth Dimensions

17. Projecting a Third View (1)

18. Projecting a Third View (2)

19. Projecting a Third View (3)

20. Projecting a Third View (4)

21. Projecting a Third View (5)

22. Aligning Views

23. Alignment of Views The standard view set forms an L 32

24. Alternative Positions of Views Minimize wasted space

25. Parallel Edges

26. Angles Angle will only print correctly, if the view is on the plane of that angle

27. Interpreting Views • One method of interpreting sketches is to reverse the mental process used in projecting them • Each view provides certain definite information about the shape of the object and all are necessary to visualize it completely

28. First- and Third-Angle Projection • There are two main systems used for projecting and unfolding the views: • Third-angle projection which is used in the United States, Canada and some other countries • First-angle projection which is primarily used in Europe and Asia • You should understand both methods We will only use 3rd angle

29. First-angle Projection

31. Make The Drawing

32. Turn it into a drawing

33. Choose the sheet size A is regular 8.5”x11”

34. View Pallete

35. Toolbar

36. Open The 3 Standard Views • Choose ‘Standard 3 View’ under ‘View Layout’ • Choose the part you want to draw, and click the check

37. Right click the sheet, and choose ‘properties’

38. Change doc properties • Change scale • Change projection type

39. Change the drawing view • Click on the 1st view

40. Choose a different view • Click on the view you prefer