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Orthographic Views

Orthographic views are two-dimensional views of three-dimensional objects. Orthographic views represent the exact shape of an object as seen from one side at a time as you are looking perpendicularly to it. Depth is not shown.

orthographic image

For most objects, three views are sufficient to accurately describe the object. These views are usually the Front view, the Top view and the Right-Side view.

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