Line Conventions, Continued
Lines not readily apparent in a view of an object are hidden lines.
lines are evenly-spaced, short dashes that begin and end as a dash in contact
with the line from which it starts and stops. The exception being when it is a
continuation of an unbroken line.
Figure 3-8 shows hidden lines.
Figure 3-8.Hidden lines.
Hidden lines that join visible lines or another hidden line must contact the
Figure 3-9 illustrates the correct and incorrect procedures for drawing
adjoining hidden lines.
Figure 3-9.Drawing hidden lines.
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