An Explanation of the Drawing Systems: Orthogonal

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# An Explanation of the Drawing Systems: Orthogonal

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 Reanda A. 3 1 I am so lost. Help!
 Jutta V. 0 0 Where are the drawings?
 Sapna S. 1 0 I couldn't understand the fig.1 and 2 of orthogonal representation of the deck chair. I need clarity.
 Eileen D. 0 0 Orthogonal drawing is the first and third angle is the most commonly used convention in orthogonal depiction. 3 aligned views are generally used and the dimensions also placed in a specific manner
 Godwin O. 0 0 so any object that can be presented in three dimension in a view is an orthogonal?
 Paemika I. 0 0 An Explanation of the Drawing Systems: Orthogonal
 Melissa Tanaka T. 0 0 i didnt get that
 Elmira B. 0 0 Orthogonal drawing is the first and third angle is the most commonly used convention in orthogonal depiction. 3 aligned views are generally used and the dimensions placed in a specific manner
 Louis D. 0 0 What is 3rd angle vs 1st angle? The designs should be shown alongside the corresponding view...
 Aboudi H. 1 0 we should Focus on dimensioning our drawing so that we learn the conventions of the area
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