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Unformatted text preview: Isometric Projections CGN 2328 Technical Drawing and Visualization 1 30 30 Isometric Fundamentals All angles between the axonometric axes are equal 360 / 3 axes = 120 between axes Vertical axis remains vertical Horizontal axes (Width and Depth) drawn 30 above horizontal 2 Isometric View from Orthographic Views An isometric view of an object is created by rotating the object 45 about a vertical axis, then tilting the object forward until the body diagonal appears as a point in the front view. (see next slide for image) The angle the cube is tilted forward is 35 16. The three axes that meet form equal angles of 120 and are called the isometric axes . 3 CGN2328 Lecture 7 Dr. Najafi Isometric View from Orthographic Views 4 Isometric Foreshortening Isometric projections Line lengths in isometric projections are 81.65% of true lengths shown in principal-view planes (called isometric foreshortening) 5 T r u e L e n g t h P r o j e c t e d...
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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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