Auxiliary View - angle projection Common auxiliary view...

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Object may be irregular face - inclined to the normal planes of projection True shape can be obtained by projection to an auxiliary plane parallel to the face The view is know as auxiliary view or supplementary plane Chapter 8 Partial View showing only the desired information.
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Example of objects requiring auxiliary views:
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Example of objects requiring auxiliary views:
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Auxiliary view must be projected from principal view which provides the edge view of the inclined irregular face.
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Measurements of length are projected from the edge view of the inclined irregular face Measurements of width are transferred from other principal view, normally measured from reference plane (RP) Auxiliary views should always be drawn in 3rd
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Unformatted text preview: angle projection Common auxiliary view View obtained by looking perpendicularly at the inclined face and projecting the true shape on auxiliary plane Removed view, where the view is moved from its normal position without changing orientation - for convenience, clarity, dimensioning purposes, etc. The word 'view' and direction 'A' (e.g) should be used. If the removed view need to be orientated, the number of degrees and its direction must be stated Producing auxiliary view Draw front view, and side view Draw reference line/plane (RP), any position. Project length from front view Complete the widths, arc, circles etc. QUIZ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course EE 203 taught by Professor Gp.(r)muzaffarali during the Fall '10 term at College of E&ME, NUST.

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