## Isometric Projection |Difference Between an Orthographic and Isometric Projection

Isometric Projection |Difference Between an Orthographic and Isometric Projection Isometric Projection An isometric projection is the perspective representation of an object placed so that the three significant edges (which correspond to the three dimensions of the object) form equal angles of 120. Unlike multi-view projection, isometric projection allows you to represent all three dimensions of…

## What is Axonometric Projection? Axonometric Projection Explained

Axonometric Projection Axonometric projection is a type of orthographic projection that is used to create  pictorial drawing of  objects in which the lines of view are perpendicular to the plane of projection, and the objects are rotated around  1 or more of  their axes to reveal multiple sides.

## Basic of Orthographic Projection & Orthographic Projection Examples

Basic of Orthographic Projection & Orthographic Projection Examples What is Orthographic? Orthographic Projection is a method of drawing a 2d  and  3D object from different view directions. Normally a  side ,front, and plan view are drawn so that a anybody looking at the drawing can see all the important sides. Basic of Orthographic Projection Orthographic Projection…

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