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Introduction to Engineering Multi-view Drawings - 1. Agenda Multi-view Projections Multi-view Sketch Reference Material: ICGE Section 2.4.4. Multi-view Drawing is a collection of flat 2-D drawings that work together to give a complete and accurate description of an object.

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    1. Introduction to EngineeringMulti-view Drawings - 1 Agenda Multi-view Projections Multi-view Sketch Reference Material: ICGE Section 2.4.4

    2. Multi-view Drawing is a collection of flat 2-D drawings that work together to give a complete and accurate description of an object.

    3. Defining the Six Principal Views

    4. Which Views to Present? General Guidelines • Pick a Front View that is most descriptive of object • Most common combination of views is to use: Front, Right Side, and Top

    5. In-Class Exercise • Sketch the top, front, & right side views of the object below. Pay attention to the location of the views.

    6. Solution

    7. Assignment • Complete assignments 3 & 4 for tomorrow • On half isometric/half rectilinear grid paper provided, draw both the isometric and the top, front, and right side views of each object. • Assignment 3: Bertoline, Problem 2.9 • Pg. 56 #(6) • Pg. 58 #(27) • Assignment 4: Bertoline, Problem 2.9 • Pg. 57 #(22) • Pg. 58 #(31)