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ME250 Design and Manufacturing I Pi t i l Pictorials
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Outline What? Why? Isometric Pictorials Oblique Pictorials Summary 2
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What? Pictorials = pseudo 3D drawings Drawn in 2D, looks 3D 3
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What? Two common types: Isometric Oblique 4
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Why? Help the viewer visualize the part 5
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Why? Very effective at illustrating assemblies 6
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Isometric Pictorials Isometric Pictorial Axes Axes are 60 degrees apart 7 Rear view Right view
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Isometric Pictorials Isometric Pictorial Axes Axes are 60 degrees apart 8 Front view Right view
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Isometric Pictorials Isometric Pictorial Axes 9
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Isometric Pictorials Isometric Pictorial Axes 10
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Isometric Pictorials Isometric Pictorial Axes Linear features on or parallel to the axes are drawn at some fraction (typically 80%) of full scale May be in any scale as long as uniform on all axes. 11
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Isometric Pictorials Step 1: Draw the three isometric axes 12
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Isometric Pictorials Step 1: Draw the three isometric axes 13
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Isometric Pictorials Step 2: Draw a defining (bounding) box 14
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Isometric Pictorials Step 2: Draw a defining (bounding) box 15
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Isometric Pictorials Step 3: Draw the lines parallel to the axes 16
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Isometric Pictorials Step 4: Add the lines not parallel to the axes 17
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Isometric Pictorials Step 5: Erase the construction lines 18
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Isometric Pictorials Exercise: Create a half scale isometric pictorial 19
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Isometric Pictorials Circular features appear as ellipses 27
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  • Fall '09
  • Stevis
  • Parallel projection, Isometric projection, Graphical projections, Graphical projection, Isometric Pictorials, oblique projection

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