Orthographic Projection?


Orthographic projection is a technique of drawing a three dimensional object from different directions. In this technique, a front, side and plan view are drawn so that a person looking at the drawing can see all the important sides. This kind of drawing is very instrumental when an object design is almost ready to be manufactured.
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orthographic projection
a two-dimensional graphic representation of an object in which the projecting lines are at right angles to the plane of the projection.
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Orthographic Projection refers to a method of projection in which an object is depicted or a surface mapped using parallel lines to project its shape onto a plane. This projection is mostly used to project and scale three dimensional images to two dimensional.
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