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What type of drawing is this?

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thigatinho View Drop Down

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    Posted: 16.May.2017 at 14:50
I have this drawing sent by a supplier, it shows the coincident boundaries in one point perspective. What kind of drawing is that? And how to make in AutoCAD?

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A quick search on the phrase "one point perspective" will bring up any number of links on the subject that not only will define what a one point perspective is but also explain how to create such a drawing.

One example can be found here...

And another example can be found here...

Any good technical or engineering drawing book should also contain information on how to draw a one point perspective.

The method can be duplicated using any cad program.

Edited by John Connor - 16.May.2017 at 15:12
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