engr 111a, 7.2 ortho autocad

engr 111a, 7.2 ortho autocad - ENGR111AFall2009 Class 7.2...

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ENGR 111 A              Fall 2009 Orthographics in AutoCAD Class 7.2 October 14, 2009
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Learning Objectives Name the three principle projection planes and the  dimensions that each one shows Use AutoCAD to create orthographic views of  objects Know the correct line weights for printing drawings  from AutoCAD
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Orthographic Projection Review 2 Dimensional projections on Orthogonal planes Show lines based on change of plane or change of  material Use multiple linetypes Visible Hidden Center
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Describing a “Step Wedge” A relatively simple  object Pictorial view may be  difficult
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Completed Orthographics
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Linetypes Visible (0.5 mm) Hidden (0.25 mm) Center (0.25 mm) Construction (0)
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Precedence of Lines with each other, the  take precedence  The order of  precedence is: Visible Hidden Center
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Entering AutoCAD Log on to computer.
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