Tuesday, July 27, 2010

First Angle Orthographic Projection

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After viewing the video clip, please comment on the followings.
1. How are the 2D drawings created in first angle orthographic projection?
2. Discuss about the layout of first angle orthographic projection drawing.
( Do discuss about the alignment and distance of the drawings.)

23 comments:

  1. 1. The face of the 3d drawings is recorded on plates.

    2. The 'end' plate is put next to the 'front' plate, and the 'plan' plate is put below the 'front' plate.

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  2. 1. Um, they are taken from the front end, and plan elevation or something like that?

    2. We can see all of the elevations?

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  3. 1) They are taken from a view from top, side, and front. The way it is created is something like putting a screen behind all three faces and shine a torchlight, ten outline the shadow.

    2) It can be clearly seen from 3 views which make it clearer, as well as a dimensions can be shown easily as it can be written at the side.

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  4. The different faces of a 3D drawing is drawn

    Front is the front, end is the side and plan is the top

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  5. 1. They are created by just drawing what that face would show if you were to look at it straight at that face.
    2. They have been drawn with 3 faces being shown.

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  6. The faces of the 3D drawings are recorded on the thingys.

    The thingys are put together. The end thingy is put with the front thingy and the end thingy is under the front one.

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  7. 1) The 2D shapes are created by tracing the shape on the face of the 3 sides.
    2) We duplicate each 2D shape and put together to form a 3D shape.

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  8. They are created with different faces of the 3d object.

    The distance is perpendicular to all the other sides so that its just the right size

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  9. All three views of the drawing can be seen

    It can be clearly seen front, top and side

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  10. 1) Only three faces of the objects is drawn.

    2) They are drawn using the three perspectives which are the front, end and plan elevation.

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  11. 1.The 3 elevations which cannot be seen are recorded.
    2.The plan elevation is at the bottom and the front and end elevation at the other two sides.

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  12. 1)The faces of the 3d drawings is recorded on plates
    2) The "end" plate is then put on the right side of the "front" plate and the "plan" plate is put below the "front" plate

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  13. They are shown is three different angles,Front(front),end(side(s)) and plan(top).

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  14. all of the layout fits the guidelines.

    both the layout and the shape are identical.

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  15. 1) They are created by looking at the 3D drawing from different view(the front, the end and the plan view).

    2) From the 3 different views, we can see different sides of the drawing clearly.

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  16. 1.The face of the certain side of the 3D shape.
    2.To visualize the whole shape much easily

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  17. The 2d drawings are created via finding the plan, front and end of the 3d object when it is viewed from the respective sides.

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  18. 1) They are created by drawing and maintaining the faces of the object.

    2) The end face is placed next to the front face while the plan face is placed below the front face.

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  19. They have different faces, top, side and front

    from different views, we can see it clearly

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  20. The 2D drawings were extracted from the 3D model by plan, front and end.
    They are taken from the three different perspective and changed into 2D. The dimension is still the same.

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  21. 1 The drawings are created by seeing the front, end and plan views of the objects.
    2.The faces are put together to form the 3d object in which the object follows all 3 views of the object

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  23. 1) The front, end and plan if seen in these angles can give the whole exact side figure that might not be together in the object.

    2) If seen one angle individually at a time, it is easy to see the whole layout of a side.

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