"Parallel Projections," pages 6-1 through 6-41.
In oblique projections, you should place the
face of the object with what feature parallel
to the picture plane?
To emphasize features on the side of an
object, you should draw receding lines at
what angle to the plane of projection?
The shortest dimension
The longest dimension
The face with the most flat surfaces
Greater than 45°
The face with the least number of sides
Less than 45°
When you draw an object in oblique
projection where the longest dimension
conflicts with the most irregular surface,
you should place the irregular surface
parallel to the picture plane.
In oblique projections, how should you
draw receding lines in relation to the plane
In oblique projections, lines perpendicular
to the plane of projection that project in
true length are at what degree of angularity
to the horizontal plane?
Both perpendicular and parallel
At any angle other than perpendicular
How should you decrease distortion in
Lines perpendicular to the plane of
projection project in what length?
By placing the projection in correct
By reducing the length of the receding
By placing the projection obliquely to
the plane of projection
By enlarging the dimensions parallel to
the plane of projection and reducing
the dimension of the receding axis
You should always draw the receding lines
to half the scale of the front view in which
of the following types of drawings?