
#1
Jul1413, 01:08 PM

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I'm having a hard time envisioning what the orthogonal view of this object in 3D. It is mainly because of the continuous surface on the front view. Is that way in the back and the there are rectangular blocks sticking out? Thank you. I would have an easier time if a right view was included but there are the only two views.




#2
Jul1413, 04:04 PM

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It is complicated and tricky. 



#3
Jul1413, 04:16 PM

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#4
Jul1413, 04:17 PM

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Seeing Orthogonal views in 3D?
When I display the views in SW they seem to match up. But I still think that it's still be a bit too convoluted to be that.




#5
Jul1413, 04:27 PM

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Matriculator: Yes, you drew it correctly in post 3. Nice work.




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Jul1413, 05:21 PM

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