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06.auxiliary - Auxiliary Views Purpose of Auxiliary Views -...

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Auxiliary Views
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Purpose of Auxiliary Views - Show the true shape of an inclined surface
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Principal faces of the above object are not parallel to the standard planes of projection. The auxiliary view shows the true size and shape of the hole feature.
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Auxiliary Views Auxiliary views are often used to show inclined and oblique surfaces true size. Inclined and oblique surfaces do not show true size in the standard views. Auxiliary views are orthographic views taken from a direction of sight other than top, front, right side, left side, bottom, or rear. Primary auxiliary views are projected onto a plane that is perpendicular to only one of the principal planes of projection and is inclined to the other two. Secondary auxiliary views are projected from primary auxiliary views.
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Glass Box with an Auxiliary Plane
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Projecting an Auxiliary View 1. Determine the projection direction. 2. Draw and label fold lines between two views.
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