# Engr/draft 105assignment #6, Isometric Pictorials - Continued

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ENGR/DRAFT 105Assignment #6, Isometric Pictorials – Continued
For each of the 3 drawings on the attached sheet, draw the following on plain 11” x 17” paper (use
one sheet of paper for each of the 3 drawings – therefore, you will be turning in a total of 3 sheets of
plain 11” x 17” paper, in addition to this cover sheet):
1) On the
side of the 11”x17” paper, draw an isometric mechanical drawing of the object.
Right
See below for detailed instructions, and wait for instructions to be given during class.
2) On the Left side of the 11”x17” paper, draw a complete multi-view mechanical drawing
(front, top, and right side).
See below for detailed instructions, and wait for instructions to be given during class.
The first step is to draw the Isometric Box, on the right hand side of the 11”x17” paper, all 6 sides,
double the size of the objects Width, Height, and Depth. Use isometric paper under the right side of
the 11x17 sheet. Note that the corner for each isometric drawing is indicated. For all of the
isometric mechanical drawings, you must use a T-square and 30 degree triangle to draw the
isometric box, all 6 sides. Draw the isometric box without going beyond the edges, and use light
construction lines (use the 0.3mm pencil), but visible enough to see them. You must also use
isometric paper under the drawing to help you draw the isometric box (and later on, the object).
After you draw the isometric box, then transfer the dimensions to draw the outline rectangles of the
front, top and right side views (again use the 0.3mm pencil, but visible enough to see them).
• For the “Guide Base”, the dimensions of the isometric box are W = 8 boxes, H = 10 boxes,
D = 6 boxes. This is very close to double the dimensions of the Guide Base. Note that every
corner point on the object will be on a grid point on the isometric paper. This will make the
object very precise, with very parallel lines.
• For the “Trip Block”, you will just double the dimensions of the object. You can start with
either the isometric box, or the multiview drawings. You may want to work back and forth
between the multiviews and the isometric drawings.
• For the “Hex Shoe”, and this is the only isometric pictorial in this assignment where it will
be helpful to draw all hidden lines (usually hidden lines are not drawn in pictorials, since you
are depicting the real object without “X-Ray vision”, but the “Hex Shoe” details are much
more clear if the hidden lines are drawn). The dimensions of the isometric box are W = 10
boxes, H = 13 boxes, D = 8-
boxes (this will give the correct proportions for the
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hexagonal shape of the “footprint” of the object.
! Staple this sheet to the front of your drawings in the correct order.
! Write your name at the top of the page.
! Write your name on each drawing.
! Please staple the 11” x 17” landscape sheet(s) face up, and then fold back the right side
to make the packet 8.5” x 11”.