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Sketching can be a very complex way to bring ideas to life From a sketch to actual product Engineerings need to know the skill of sketching without it they would not be able to express their ideas They need to know an isometric and multi-view sketching to have a well understanding of sketching When a building is being designed the engineer needs multi views of what heshe is going to build The more views an engineer can be provided with the easier construction would be Engineers need to know the three different types of Orthographic sketches top side and front are in order to be able to understand the difference of views of a building planIn order to understand the sketching that Engineers and Designers use some of the words that to need defined Hidden line is to let the engineer know that there is an edge that is not visible They can be use to sketch a can of soda and show the there is a circle with the use of short dashes across the circle A Construction lines are drawn lightly they serve a guide to the drawing Object line is used to give the shape and size of a part Those lines are usually thick and show the walls or floors of a plan A Center line is drawn in arcs or circles but also in symmetrical partsThere are different methods of sketching isometric pictorial orthographic one dimensional and two dimensional Out of all of them none is the best because each one is use for a different reason When a engineer is standing in front of a construction and wants to see what the final result would be heshe doesnt need to know a two dimensional sketching The best sketch of the building would be an orthographic-front view But in a situation when the engineer wants to know how the inside of the building would look like than he
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