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Pictorials

When are Pictorials Covered?

Pictorials are introduced in ENGR111 during Classes 5.1 and 8.2*

Pictorials are revisited in ENGR112 during Class 17.1*.

*Explaination of Class numbering System

Objectives

Class 5.1: Pictorials
Sketch pictorials of an object (either oblique or isometric) given orthographic views of the object
Select the best orientation of an object shown in pictorial
Define what makes a drawing a: cavalier oblique, cabinet oblique, general oblique, isometric, axonometric, perspective, or orthographic views
Class 8.2: Pictorials in AutoCAD
Use AutoCAD to draw an oblique of an object given orthographic views of the object
Select the best orientation of an object in pictorial
Define what makes a drawing a: cavalier, oblique, cabinet oblique, general oblique, isometric, axonometric, perspective, or orthographic views
Use AutoCAD to generate Isometric Drawings of objects given the orthographic views
Class 17.1: Pictorials in AutoCAD
Use AutoCAD to draw an oblique of an object given orthographic views of the object
Select the best orientation of an object in pictorial
Define what makes a drawing a: cavalier, oblique, cabinet oblique, general oblique, isometric, axonometric, perspective, or orthographic views
  Use AutoCAD to generate Isometric Drawings of objects given the orthographic views

Class Agenda

Class 5.1: Pictorials
PAT - quiz
Lecture material on types of pictorials
Lecture material on angles, circles, and cylinders in oblique
  Exercise
Lecture material on axonometrics and isometrics
Lecture material on shapes in isometric views
  Team exercise
HW assignment
Class 8.2: Pictorials in AutoCAD
Lecture material on types of pictorials: obliques and isometric
  Lecture material on new AutoCAD commands
  Example of oblique pictorial
  Lecture material on drawing obliques in AutoCAD
  Exercise for drawing an oblique from orthographic projections
  Lecture material on drawing isometrics in AutoCAD
  Pair exercise
  Think-Pair-Share
  HW assignment
Class 17.1: Pictorials in AutoCAD
  Lecture material on types of pictorials: obliques and isometric
  Lecture material on new AutoCAD commands
  Example of oblique pictorial
  Lecture material on drawing obliques in AutoCAD
  Exercise for drawing an oblique from orthographic projections
  Lecture material on drawing isometrics in AutoCAD
  Pair exercise
  Think-Pair-Share
  HW assignment

Why are Pictorials Important?

Pictorials are three-dimensional drawings that show an object's three principal planes and are similar to an image captured by a camera. Pictorials are helpful when a design is complex and when the reader of the drawings is unfamiliar with orthographic drawings. These drawings are also used to describe products in catalogs, parts manuals, and maintenance publications.

The ability to sketch pictorials rapidly to explain a detail to another engineer is an important communication skill.

  • Class 5.1 Powerpoint
  • Class 8.2 Powerpoint
  • Class 17.1 Powerpoint
 
 

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