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CGN 2328 Lecture 15 - Dr. Najafi 1 Auxiliary Views CGN 2328 Technical Drawing & Visualization
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Auxiliary View Objects often are designed to have sloping or inclined surfaces that do not appear true size in principal orthographic views. A plane of this type is not parallel to a principal projection plane (right side, frontal, or top) and is, therefore, a non- principal plane . Its true shape must be projected onto a plane that is parallel to it. This view is called an auxiliary view . 2
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True Size and True Shape 3 Inclined planes and oblique lines may not appear in true length or true size in some of the principle views Auxiliary view(s) can be required to show the true size and true shape and dimensions of inclined or oblique surfaces
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4 Use same techniques as for drawing principal views: Define: a line of sight perpendicular to oblique surface, a picture plane parallel to oblique surface, and construction lines. Similar to sectional views, auxiliary views sometimes replace one or
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2011 for the course CGN 2328 taught by Professor Najafi during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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