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Lecture 2 1 Lecture 2 Orthographic and Auxiliary Views MAE 52
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Lecture 2 2 Orthographic Views (Chap 6) Views different sides of part from different perspectives Orthographic Projection - a system of drawing views of an object using perpendicular projectors from the object to a plane of projection Theory of projection (how did we come up with those views?)
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Lecture 2 3 Orthographic Views Suspend part in glass box
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Lecture 2 4 First vs. Third Angle projection Third angle (ANSI – US, Canada)
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Lecture 2 5 First vs. Third Angle projection First angle (ISO – Europe)
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Lecture 2 6 First vs. Third Angle Projection Note: Individual views are exactly the same between first and third angle projections. The only difference is where the different views are placed relative to each other. WE WILL USE THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION!
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The Six Basic Views
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Lecture 2 8 Example – Deriving 6 views… Front
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Lecture 2 9 Example – Deriving 6 views… Back
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Lecture 2 10 Example – Deriving 6 views… Right Side
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Lecture 2 11 Example – Deriving 6 views… Left Side
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Lecture 2 12 Example – Deriving 6 views… Top
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Lecture 2 13 Example – Deriving 6 views… Bottom
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