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Unformatted text preview: F a l l 2 7 EDSGN NOTES Notes- 9/10/07 Fillets: Corners bending Inward Rounds: Corners bending Outwards *Both found in Castings Notes- 9/14/07 Architects Scale, will not use, but overlaps several unit types Orthogonal- Perpendicular Orthogonal Views- Top, Front, Right; Each view is located on a plane: Front Width, height Frontal Plane (F) Top Width, Depth Horizontal Plane (H) Right Side Height, Depth Profile (P) Hidden Lines: 1/8 mark followed by a 1/16 space, etc. Visible Line: The outline of an object Circular, Round, Curvy: Mark the center & radius Pictorials: (Great when you must present your work to management) Isometric Usually presented on 30 degree angles Oblique: Cabinet The Depth axis is actual. (of the orthogonal view) Cavalier The Depth is Full Size (matching the orthogonal view) Dimensioning Dimension the contours Imagine if someone handed you a drawing, would you be able to make the object Daniel Lindell EDSGN 100 First Semester F...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EDSGN 100 taught by Professor Esparragozaivan during the Fall '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.
- Fall '08