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L7 - Vocab / Quizlet (Pictorials)
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Type of pictorial. Front, Top & Side visible at designated angles. Most common type of pictorial.
When an object is viewed from above. Also called an aerial view.
Shows half of the depth in an object.
Shows the full depth in an object.
Center of Vision
The point at which the line of sight pierces the picture plane.
Type of axonometric view. Z-axis is 45 degrees from horizontal. 2 axis angles are equal.
Drawing that shows the relationship or order of assembly of various parts.
The plane on which the observer stands.
The line formed where a horizontal plane that passes through the observer's eye meets the picture plane.
Three axes spaced at equal angles of 120 degrees.
A drawing which uses isometric axes.
Created by revolving an object, but not necessarily showing all lines at their true length, as with an isometric drawing. Approximately 80% of full size.
Line of Sight
A line drawn at right angles to an inclined surface to place the auxiliary plane. The visual from the eye perpendicular to the picture plane.
Type of pictorial. A straight-on view of one of the object's faces, which is often the front face. Front view at normal (0/180deg). Top & Side at 45deg. Good as an initial sketch.
produce the view that is most realistic. A 3D representation of an object as it looks to the eye from a particular point.
A single multi-dimensional view showing width, height, depth and details. Provides designers, machinists, and consumers with a preview of the desired product.
The plane on which the object is drawn.
Point at which the viewer is observing the structure.
A pictorial or 3D model created from the details of an engineering drawings.
The feel, appearance, or consistency of a surface, substance, or fabric.
a technique using different shades to show surfaces on drawings; a technique that helps enhance the sketch.
X-axis is 15 degrees from horizontal. Each Axis angle is different.
The point at which receding axes converge in perspective drawing.
The sight lines leading leading from points on the card and converging at the eye of the observer.
When an object is viewed from underneath. Also known as a ground view.
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