• Learn how to draw orthographic views
• Learn ANSI standards and conventions
• Learn about third-angle projection
• Learn how to draw section and auxiliary views
Orthographic views may be created directly from 3D Inventor models. Orthographic views are two-dimensional views used to define a three-dimensional model. Unless the model is of uniform thickness, more than one orthographic view is necessary to define the model’s shape. Standard practice calls for three orthographic views: a front, a top, and a right-side view, although more or fewer views may be used as needed.
Modern machines can work directly from the information generated when a solid 3D model is created, so the need ...