Help making oblique projection

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• 21st Jul 2016 11:06 am
Help making oblique projection
need help in my final plate, make this figure into oblique view with the upper right part removed
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similar to this one
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• 21st Jul 2016 11:31 am
ReMark
Does the assignment instructions actually use the word oblique? Personally, as regards the object (gear) you must draw, I don't see the benefit to creating an oblique view. In this situation I'd say an isometric view would be more preferable.
• 21st Jul 2016 12:04 pm
well our instructor literally just said make a view of the object similar to that of the second figure's which I thought was in oblique view
• 21st Jul 2016 12:14 pm
ReMark
Since he said "similar" I might interpret that as being isometric. Who's to say? So, for example, you might have this...

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Add a little hatching and you're done.
• 21st Jul 2016 01:05 pm
it should be in oblique/cavalier view apparently according to a classmate I asked
• 21st Jul 2016 01:46 pm
RobDraw
IMHO, that type of projection is obsolete in CAD. I would make sure you are understanding the assignment correctly by checking with your instructor before proceeding.
• 21st Jul 2016 02:32 pm
ReMark
Quote:

it should be in oblique/cavalier view apparently according to a classmate I asked

Have you studied object orientations rules for the construction of oblique projection?
• 21st Jul 2016 03:06 pm
rkent
Quote:

well our instructor literally just said make a view of the object similar to that of the second figure's which I thought was in oblique view
You are correct and you have a good example of what is wanted. What help are you actually needing? You draw the gear front view and then receding lines all at a common angle.
• 21st Jul 2016 04:34 pm
ReMark
Simple diagram explaining the concept of oblique projection.

http://www.technologystudent.com/designpro/oblique1.htm
• 21st Jul 2016 08:06 pm
lrm
Make a front view drawing of the object then make a copy of it at and angle of 45° up to the right a distance of 0.75. Make another copy at an angle of 225° (45° down to the left) a distance of 1.37 (2.12-.75). Then edit as necessary.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...03/oblique.JPG
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