3-D Visualization for Engineering Graphics
Prentice Hall, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 254 pages
This revolutionary book studies the development of the visualization skills necessary to effectively use solid modeling software and helps readers to understand engineering drawings. Moving from the basics, such as starting and exiting the software, topic coverage goes on to include such advanced techniques as general sweeps and blends. Appropriate for readers interested in Engineering Drawing, Engineering Graphics, and Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD).
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TRANSFORMATION OF 3D OBJECTS
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3-D space a-arm aligned angle Architect's scale arrow coding assembly drawing auxiliary view axis of rotation building centerlines Chapter conduit lines construction conventional practice corner create crosshatching cutting plane line cylindrical defined descriptive geometry detail drawing diameter dimension lines dimension values distance drawn duct-work edge view elevation endpoints Engineer's scale engineering drawings example Exercises floor plan front view Hidden Line intersects hole horizontal view illustrated in Figure inclined surface isometric grid paper isometric view labeled layout line is parallel Metric scale normal surfaces Note object lines object rotation object shown oblique pictorial orthographic projection orthographic views panes perpendicular pipe instrumentation positive profile view projection rays radial rebars right side views section view sheet shown in Figure single-curved surfaces solid modeling specified square grid paper technical drawings technique tion tolerance top view traverse true length typically vertical viewing plane views show X-axis Y-axis Z-axis