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Orthographic projection (or orthogonal projection) is a means of representing a
three-dimensional object in two dimensions. It is a form of parallel projection, ...

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Types: Orthographic Sketch. Orthographic projection is widely used in
engineering practice to make multi-view drawings. To represent the orthographic
...

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Aug 15, 2013 ... Orthographic Projection Drawing Tutorial | Orthographic Projection in
Engineering Drawing.

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In this lesson, learn what an orthographic drawing is and how it differs from other
types of drawings. See examples of different styles of...

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An orthographic drawing, sometimes called a working drawing, is usually the last
drawing produced by a designer. It normally has three accurate views of a ...

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The difference between Orthographic Projection and any other drawing method
is that we use several 2D views of the object instead of a single view.

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Jul 29, 2009 ... ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION AN INTRODUCTION Orthographic Projections
<ul><li>Orthographic Projections are a collection of 2- Defining ...

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An orthographic Projection is often called a blueprint. In Technology Class we
will not be concerned with a number of the rules that would govern a drawing for
a ...

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So far we have only covered one method of Orthographic Projection, this is
known as First Angle Projection. First Angle Projection is used in Europe and
most of ...

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Before we start drawing curves in Orthographic Projection we need to look back
on lines again. We already know that a line can represent a face when two faces
...