## A Manual of Engineering Drawing for Students and Draftsmen: By Thomas E. French ... |

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Orthographic Projection Projectors perpendicular to planes of projection Two

view drawings Three view drawings Multiplanar (Two or more planes)

Axonometric (One plane) Drawings with auxiliary views Page 90 Isometric

projection Three

Drawing, Page 124 Dimetric projection Two of the three

angles with plane. Page 131 Dimetric Drawing, Page 131 Trimetric projection

Three

Orthographic Projection Projectors perpendicular to planes of projection Two

view drawings Three view drawings Multiplanar (Two or more planes)

Axonometric (One plane) Drawings with auxiliary views Page 90 Isometric

projection Three

**axes**making equal angles with plane. Page 123 IsometricDrawing, Page 124 Dimetric projection Two of the three

**axes**making equalangles with plane. Page 131 Dimetric Drawing, Page 131 Trimetric projection

Three

**axes**making unequal ...Page 124

three lines of the front corner, AB, AC and AD make equal angles with each other

and are called the "isometric

parallel the other edges of the cube will be respectively parallel to these

Any line parallel to an isometric axis is called an "isometric line." The planes of

the faces of the cube and all planes parallel to them are called "isometric planes."

In isometric projection the isometric lines have been foreshortened to

approximately ...

three lines of the front corner, AB, AC and AD make equal angles with each other

and are called the "isometric

**axes**." Since parallel lines have their projectionsparallel the other edges of the cube will be respectively parallel to these

**axes**.Any line parallel to an isometric axis is called an "isometric line." The planes of

the faces of the cube and all planes parallel to them are called "isometric planes."

In isometric projection the isometric lines have been foreshortened to

approximately ...

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cube; 2 is the top view revolved through the angle whose tangent is H; 3 is the

side view of 2; 4 is a front view projected from 3 and 2, the projection from 3 being

at the angle whose tangent is When used in crystallography a diagram of the

or stencil, transferring the center and terminal points by pricking through to the

sheet on which the drawing is to be made. Figure 293 shows, in stages, a method

of ...

cube; 2 is the top view revolved through the angle whose tangent is H; 3 is the

side view of 2; 4 is a front view projected from 3 and 2, the projection from 3 being

at the angle whose tangent is When used in crystallography a diagram of the

**axes**is usually constructed very accurately on cardboard, and used as a templetor stencil, transferring the center and terminal points by pricking through to the

sheet on which the drawing is to be made. Figure 293 shows, in stages, a method

of ...

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### Contents

CHAPTER IIntroductory | 1 |

The Use of Instruments | 13 |

Lettering | 34 |

Copyright | |

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American Standard American Standards Association angle assembly drawing auxiliary view axes bill of material blue print bolts center line chapter chart circle arcs cone construction contour curve cutting plane cylinder detail drawings diagram diameter dimension lines distance divided draftsman drawn edge ellipse engineering Figure finished front view gear give given head height holes horizontal lines illustrated in Fig inch inclined intersection isometric isometric projection letters machine measuring method necessary object oblique oblique projection orthographic projection paper parallel pencil perpendicular perspective pictorial picture plane piece pipe pitch plate position practice prism problems radius revolved rivets scale screw screw threads set screw shaft shape sheet shown in Fig side views sketch space square steel stroke structure surface symbols T-square tangent taper thickness thread tion top view tracing triangle true length usually vanishing point vertical lines width