Auxiliary View Drawing
Auxiliary view drawing is a specialized skill used in technical drawings that requires the use of a third viewing direction to show the true shape and size of an object. This technique is often used when an object cannot be clearly represented in two dimensions, or when more accurate angles and measurements are needed. It is an essential tool for engineers, architects, and other professionals in fields requiring precision and accuracy in technical drawings. Auxillary view drawings are created using drafting software or by hand and can be added to existing technical drawings.
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