# How do you do isometric view in Fusion 360?

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## How do you do a projected view in Fusion 360?

From the ribbon, select Projected View. When you are prompted to select the parent view, click the base view. Move the cursor above, and then to the left, and then to the right of the base view. As you do, a preview shows you the projected model if you select that relative position for the projected view.

## How do you show isometric view?

Using the ruler, draw a vertical line on the page, and mark three equally spaced points along it. Draw a horizontal line through the lowest point, and using the protractor, mark out a 30 degree angle up from the line on either side. Draw a line back through the lowest point from the 30 degree angle on each side.

## What is 3rd angle projection?

3rd Angle project is where the 3D object is seen to be in the 3rd quadrant. It is positioned below and behind the viewing planes, the planes are transparent, and each view is pulled onto the plane closest to it. The front plane of projection is seen to be between the observer and the object.

## What is a first angle projection?

In the first angle projection, the object is placed in the 1st quadrant. The object is positioned at the front of a vertical plane and top of the horizontal plane. First angle projection is widely used in India and European countries. The object is placed between the observer and projection planes.

## How do you use isometric paper?

The way you use isometric paper is simple. It’s just like regular graph paper only the boxes are angled so you automatically end up drawing in 3D. Draw your vertical lines the way you would normally do and then draw your faces and depth on the angled lines.

## What is isometric view?

In computer graphics, a rendering of a 3D object that eliminates the distortion of shape created by true perspective. In isometric views, all lines on each axis are parallel to each other, and the lines do not converge.

## Why 2nd and 4th angle projection is not used?

Overlapping projection views create confusion in the drawing. Therefore 2nd angle projection system is not used. Similarly when object is placed in 4th quadrant both top and front view will overlap. Therefore fourth angle projection is also not used.

## What is the difference between isometric view and isometric projection?

The isometric drawing is drawn using 100% true length measurements on the height, width, and depth axes. However, in isometric projections the height, width and depth are displayed at 82% of their true length. In isometric projections the object is first rotated about the Y axis by -45 degrees.

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## Why do we use 1st and 3rd angle projection?

We consider that horizontal plane rotates in clockwise direction after having projection on it. that’s why we use 1st angle and 3rd angle projection. because only in this two quadrants we will get the both views after clockwise rotation of horizontal plane.

## What is the difference between isometric and orthographic projection?

Isometric: a method of representing three-dimensional objects on a flat surface by means of a drawing that shows three planes of the object. Orthographic: a method for representing a three-dimensional object by means of several views from various planes. 