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Summary of topics for Graphics Exam 2
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Pictorials 1. Oblique a) General b) Cavalier c) Cabinet 2. Axonometric a) Isometric b) Dimetric 3. Perspective a) One point b) Two point c) Three point Three types with three sub-types each.
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Side by Side Comparison Cavalier Oblique Cabinet Oblique
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Types of Axonometrics ISOMETRIC DIMETRIC TRIMETRIC
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Tombstone - Isometric to Oblique Isometric Oblique
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Types of Perspectives ONE POINT TWO POINT THREE POINT HORIZON HORIZON HORIZON
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AutoCAD commands Display Options Background color crosshairs Drawing setup SNAP GRID Drawing LINE MTEXT CIRCLE ARC General Concepts Layers Ortho Mode Display control ZOOM PAN Editing and inquiry ERASE DDEDIT UNDO
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Status bar at the bottom The status bar at the bottom of the display tells you whether any of the modes are on or off. The “pressed” modes are on. (blue in color here) If you would rather see words, then right click on one of the icons and click off use icons.
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Working with Layers Layers are used to control the type of line that will be drawn They are pre-defined on the templates used for this class They are accessed from a dropdown list as shown to the right
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Titleblock Make sure: type your Last Name, First Name ,your section and team number with member number.
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Printing in AutoCAD Print/plot the ORTHO_6_2 drawing Printing is done via the PLOT command Plot Device, make sure the printer is selected, ex. room 319L or 319R. ex. 315L or 315R Set origin to “Center the Plot” Always plot “Extents” Plot Scale 1=1(or other common scale) Choose monochrome.ctb. (makes all lines black) May have to hit the fly-out button to see the whole dialog box
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Missing Line Problems This is a slightly different approach than what we dealt with originally with Orthographic Projections In this case we are given something already designed and are asked to “clean-up” the drawing Just as being able to create drawings from scratch is important, so is editing something we already have . In this case we will be applying rules we
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Completing the views Rather than give a complete pictorial of an object, frequently you will see problems take the form of complete the missing lines.
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course GEOG 305 taught by Professor Prout during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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