Chapter Nine

Auxiliary Views


After studying the material in this chapter, you should be able to:

  1. Create an auxiliary view from orthographic views.

  2. Draw folding lines or reference-plane lines between any two adjacent views.

  3. Construct depth, height, or width auxiliary views.

  4. Plot curves in auxiliary views.

  5. Construct partial auxiliary views.

  6. Create auxiliary section views.

  7. Produce views to show the true length of a line, point view of a line, edge view of a surface, and true-size view of a surface.

  8. Show the true size of the angle between two planes (dihedral angle).

  9. Construct the development of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones.

  10. Use triangulation to transfer surface shapes to a development.

  11. Create the development of transition ...

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