## Isometric: Isometric Drawing and its characteristicPosted by Sudarshantech on February 17th, 2020 It is one of the forms of projection used in technical drawing like This perspective can be visualized considering the point of view located at the top vertex of a cubic room, facing the opposite vertex. The x and y axes are the straight lines of the encounter with the floor, and the z axis, the vertical, the encounter of the walls. In the drawing, the axes (and their parallel lines), maintain 120º between them. Within the set of axonometric or cylindrical projections, there are other types of perspective. Which differ by the position of the main axes, and the use of different reduction coefficients to compensate for visual distortions.
Isometric refers to that three-dimensional drawing that has been made with the inclined axes forming an angle of 30 ° with the horizontal. One of the great advantages of A widely used variety of the Isometric Perspective is the Isometric Drawing. In the Isometric one the coefficient of reduction of the dimensions equivalent to approximately 0.816, that is to say, along the axes a real dimension 1 is multiplied by that factor. Being the identical reduction in the three axes, the isometric drawing is made without reduction, with the dimensions parallel to the axes at 1: 1 scale or natural scale. Without changing the appearance of the drawing except in its size. This allows both to draw these dimensions directly on paper (which facilitates drawing by Cartesian coordinates and directly measuring those of an object in the drawing. The appearance of the drawing is identical although larger, and the dimensions that in the correct perspective would be equal to the real ones (those parallel to the projection plane) are larger. The scale on which the Isometric Drawing is larger compared to the Isometric Perspective is approximately 1.22.
An isometric drawing is not an isometric viewpoint, since it is done without any reduction. This, like the isometric perspective, reveals the faces of the solid in the three sectors of the axes, with the same amplitude. We can also make
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