2-orthographic-views - ME250 Design and Manufacturing I...

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Unformatted text preview: ME250 Design and Manufacturing I Orthographic Views Outline What? Why? Glass Box Method Standard Views Line Types Creating Orthographic Views Summary 2 What? Orthographic projection = 2-D representation of a 3-D object 3 What? Represents different sides of an object 4 What? Views created by looking at the object, straight on, in the directions indicated 5 Why? World is 3D but screens/papers are 2D Can represent a 3D object uniquely Can shows true shape of the features parallel to the projection planes 6 Glass Box Method 1. Place the object in a glass box. 2. Project the images of the object on the sides of the box. 3. Unfold the box. 4. Sides of the box are the principle views. 7 Glass Box Method Place the object in a glass box. 8 Glass Box Method Project the images of the object on the sides of the box 9 Glass Box Method Project the images of the object on the sides of the box 10 Glass Box Method Unfold the box 11 Glass Box Method Unfold the box 12 Glass Box Method Sides of the box are the principle views 13 Glass Box Method op Top 14 Glass Box Method op Top Right Side 15 Glass Box Method op Top Right Side Rear 16 Glass Box Method op Top Right Side Rear Left Side 17 Glass Box Method op Top Right Side Rear Left Side 18 Bottom Glass Box Method What are the differences etween the ight Side nd op between the Right Side and Left Side views? Top hey are mirror Right Side Rear Left Side They are mirror images with one different line type. They are mirror images with different 19 Bottom line types. Glass Box Method What are the differences between the Top and op Bottom , and Front and Rear views? Top hey are mirror Right Side Rear Left Side They are mirror images with one different line type....
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