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## How do you do axonometric drawing in CAD?

Isometric drawing in AutoCAD 2014 and older versions:

Type DS on the command line and press enter. Drafting settings window will pop up from this window select snap and grid tab and make sure Isometric snap radio button is checked. Click OK to exit drafting settings window.

## What is Isodraft in Autocad?

Turns isometric drafting settings on or off, and specifies the current 2D isometric drafting plane. The ISODRAFT command supersedes the ISOPLANE command. The primary advantage of ISODRAFT is that when it is turned on or off, all related settings are automatically changed as well.

## What is the difference between axonometric and isometric?

Isometric (meaning “equal measure”) is a type of parallel (axonometric) projection, where the X and Z axes are inclined to the horizontal plane at the angle of 30⁰. The angle between axonometric axes equals 120⁰. 30/120/30 is also referred ti as true isometric grid.

## How do I draw isometric in Autocad 2020?

To Create 2D Isometric Circles

1. Do one of the following: On the status bar, click Find. …
2. Choose which isoplane orientation that you want to use: Left, Right, or Top. …
3. At the Command prompt, enter ELLIPSE.
4. At prompt, enter i (Isocircle). …
5. Specify the center of the isocircle.
6. Specify the radius or diameter of the isocircle.
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## Where can we use exploded view drawing?

The exploded view drawing is used in parts catalogs, assembly and maintenance manuals and other instructional material. The projection of an exploded view is usually shown from above and slightly in diagonal from the left or right side of the drawing.

## What are the three types of axonometric drawings?

There are three types of axonometric projections:

• Isometric – all dimensions are the same scale.
• Dimetric – di=2; 2 axes/dimensions foreshortened.
• Trimetric – tri=3; 3 axes/dimensions foreshortened.

## What angle is axonometric drawing?

In isometric projection, the most commonly used form of axonometric projection in engineering drawing, the direction of viewing is such that the three axes of space appear equally foreshortened, and there is a common angle of 120° between them.

## What type of drawing do we use the miter line?

A miter line (OE in the figure) offers a convenient method of laying out a third view while you are in the process of drawing two views. Place the miter line (OE) to the right of the top view at a convenient distance, keeping the appearance of a balanced drawing.

## What is an axonometric drawing in architecture?

Axonometric, or planometric, drawing, as it is sometimes called, is a method of drawing a plan view with a third dimension. It is used by interior designers, architects, and landscape gardeners. A plan view is drawn at a 45-degree angle, with the depth added vertically.