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    hi guys
    excuse me i need help in orthographic projections please
    the drawing is attached
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    Where would you like to start? Top, front, right or left side view?

    Did you know that if you did this in 3D you could derive the 2D views from the 3D solid model?
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    Strange that you haven't returned with a response. Perhaps you figured it out all on your own in which case I say "good for you". But, on the off chance you are still struggling with this then might I recommend clicking on the link below. Orthographic Projection - Third Angle.

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    Attach here the dwg file of what you have attempted so far.
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    OrthoProject_3D.jpg
    Start with this.
    Sorry, but I always seem to have a problem reading some of these posted images so the geometry could be off a bit. JDM will set me straight though.
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    OrthoProject_2D.jpg
    You can create the 2D projections in AutoCAD 2012 using the VIEWBASE command.

    You can control the scale (notice that the ISO is smaller than the other views) as well as the color of the various automatically created layers. I've choosen to make everything on layer HIDDEN to display in color Blue.

    Caveat: For demonstration purposes only. Your results may vary. Have fun.
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    Attach here the dwg file of what you have attempted so far.
    Uhmm, I meant the OP, not you Remark.
    Give em a chance to at least show they've made some sort of attempt at solving the problem on their own.
    megamind owes you a check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
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    You can create the 2D projections in AutoCAD 2012 using the VIEWBASE command.

    You can control the scale (notice that the ISO is smaller than the other views) as well as the color of the various automatically created layers. I've choosen to make everything on layer HIDDEN to display in color Blue.

    Caveat: For demonstration purposes only. Your results may vary. Have fun.
    thank you very much
    that's exactly what i need
    i have another drawing if you could do it please
    i really appreciate your help
    here it is http://imageshack.us/f/4/20120224155323.jpg/

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    It's just a pretty picture since no drawing file was attached but his lack of response was overwhelming.

    I can take it down. No problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megamind View Post
    thank you very much
    that's exactly what i need
    i have another drawing if you could do it please
    i really appreciate your help
    here it is http://imageshack.us/f/4/20120224155323.jpg/
    Sorry...no can do. Consider the first one of gift of sorts to show you what could be done. For the next one you are on your own. If you have any questions though we'd be happy to answer them. Go ahead, give it a shot. I have every confidence in your ability to do it so don't let me down. Quick....we don't have all day. LoL

    You should be able to knock that one out in about 60 seconds in 3D. I'll give you 90-120 secs for the 2D if you use the VIEWBASE command.

    Ready...set...GO! The clock is ticking. Stop reading and start doing!
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