engr 111a, 6.1 pictorials

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Unformatted text preview: Illustrating 3D Objects - Pictorials ENGR 111 A Fall 2009 Class 6.1 October 5, 2009 Enotes homepage has the time of your exam!!  Be on time.  Work problems on pages 63 and 64!! o Bring pencil, eraser and calculator. We provide scantron. EXAM - If you make the highest grade in the class and it is 90 or above, you will get a “Professor Till World famous” free tee-shirt!! Shirt front Shirt back When do I add centerlines?? Circles and semi-circles. We normally do not put on quarter-circles Sketch pictorials of an object (either oblique or isometric) given orthographic views of the object  Select the best orientation of an object shown in pictorial  Define what makes a drawing a: cavalier oblique, cabinet oblique, general oblique, isometric, axonometric, perspective, or orthographic views A three dimensional pictorial is a drawing that shows an object’s three principal planes, much as they would be captured by a camera  Sometimes they are called Technical Illustrations 1.1....
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course ENGR 111 taught by Professor Walker during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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