7 Replies Latest reply on Jan 22, 2017 6:07 AM by Taghi Nasiri

    drawing

    Taghi Nasiri

      Hello all

      ِDose anyone can recognize the top view of the attachment pic.

      thank you

        • Re: drawing
          Dave Bear

          Hi Taghi,

          Is this a trick question?.....

          Is it the top view of two steel " I " beams that are standing on end?

          Does it signify "MkII" of something?

          Does it have dimensions?

          Does it have any other elevations?

           

          Dave.

          • Re: drawing
            JOHN GEORGE

            Taghi,

            This was one of the orthographic view example in school days

            It should look something like this

            I-beam.PNG

            Two square ends connected with small square beam, cut at 45 deg

              • Re: drawing
                Taghi Nasiri

                Hi johe

                thanks for reply .

                this is not correct because i was drawn to this figure, but with the perspective views are not consistent with my question.

                 

                  • Re: drawing
                    Rick McDonald

                    Taghi,

                    You need to do a little research on proper display of views.

                    The drawing you show does not show a defined top view.

                    It implies the views are a front and right side view and a Bottom view

                    In my attached image the red arrows point to the BOTTOM side

                    The blue arrow show what should be the top side - but you did not show a top view.

                    There are standard view orientations that you should use.

                    EDIT:

                    I am assuming you are a student - your teacher should have discussed drawing layout and views - if he/she didn't then you should ask them to do this - that is Drawings 101.

                    Also, I made the assumption that you are in the United States and with that my drawing views references are based on "Third Angle Projection" - the rest of the world uses "First Angle Projection"  - You need to research that so you understand the differences and your SolidWorks drawing settings must be set for the correct angle projection.

                     

                    • Re: drawing
                      JOHN GEORGE

                      Taghi,

                      I think your original views may be with "hidden lines removed" and my answer is based on that.

                      It's not compulsory to show hidden lines in a drawing, if you can make an object clear with other views

                      These are the 3 views in order for my answer (hidden lines removed for clarity)

                       

                  • Re: drawing
                    Rick McDonald

                    I would suggest you rename this post.

                    "Re: Drawings" does not indicate the type of question you are asking and you won't get as many responses.

                    Proper etiquette for post naming is to provide a meaningful description.

                    See Deepak Gupta's "Forum Posting" thread - Item 9

                    https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/39793

                     

                    For good drawing practices and informaiton Please look at Glenn Schroeder's  

                    "Frequency asked forum questions"

                    https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/90105

                    and "FAQ Part 2"

                    https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/199196