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    Finding an Auxiliary View GE101 Engineering Graphics and  Design
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    Finding an Auxiliary View Given: A multiview set of an object with an  inclined surface Find: An auxiliary view showing the true size  and shape of the inclined surface 
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    Step 1 Draw a reference line parallel to the edge view of  the inclined surface to be projected
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    Step 2 Draw perpendicular projection lines from the  inclined surface
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    Step 3 Draw a second reference line at a “convenient”  location between the view being projected from  and an adjacent principal view
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Unformatted text preview: Step 4 Label the vertices of the inclined surface in the adjacent view Transfer the vertex labels to the edge view Step 5 Measure, then transfer the vertex distances from the principal-principal reference line (H-F) in the adjacent view to the principal-auxiliary (F-1) reference line Step 6 Label the vertices in the auxiliary view, then connect the vertices. This view gives the true size and shape of the inclined surface Finding an Auxiliary View Das ist alles!...
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