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Unformatted text preview: 2.1. Six Principal Views – Glass-Box Theory b Glass-box theory: s Imagine that the object has been suspended inside a transparent box formed by the horizontal, frontal, and profile planes .. onto the top, front, and right-side planes the views of the object orthogonally projected. These three projection planes are then opened into the plane of the drawing surface. The three views are positioned with the top view over the front view and the right-side view on the right. The planes are labeled H, F, and P at the fold lines. Once all six sides of the box are opened into a single plane, the six views are positioned to describe the object. s http://faculty.gvsu.edu/karpenm/melissa/glassboxindex.html II. II. Multiview Multiview Sketching Sketching Glass Glass-- Box Theory Box Theory Six Principal Views Multiview Sketching 2.2. Orthographic Projection • Orthographic Projection: • The views of an object are projected perpendicularly onto projection planes with parallel projectors . Usually three mutually...
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