2 edition of **Solid geometry in 3-D for technical drawing** found in the catalog.

Solid geometry in 3-D for technical drawing

Allan Guy John Davies

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Published
**1967**
by Chatto & Windus in London
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Written in

**Edition Notes**

3D glasses in pocket inside back cover.

Statement | A.G.J. Davies ; foreword by P.J. Booker. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 102p. : |

Number of Pages | 102 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18094687M |

I design tubular legs for furniture and have come across a very solid way to create and update 3d sketches - using solid geometry. Starting on the right plane draw your part in side profile or at least just block it out from one solid angle this can be whatever view suits s: The "perk" of this is that it is usually easier to model something as a solid in 3D (and you can do it in a number of steps, but do the 3DSketch in a single step.) AND you can easily control everything for the 3DSketch from the solid body geometry. Hopefully the attached file will make this all a little more clear toddReviews:

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Technical Sketching with Orthographic Projection: Outside of the Box Section Overview: Sketching with the Box This section contains a brief description of first and third angle projection and is based on the concept of visualizing and constructing multiple orthographic views of 3-D objects through the use of a projection box. Following that. The projection from X to P is called a parallel projection if all sets of parallel lines in the object are mapped to parallel lines on the drawing. Such a mapping is given by an affine transformation, which is of the form = f(X) = T + AX. where T is a fixed vector in the plane and A is a 3 x 2 constant matrix. Parallel projection has the further property that ratios are preserved.

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