A pictorial illustration (usually isometric) of a construction detail in which the various parts are displaced from their actual positions to show the sequence and relationship of assembly.
Illustration that shows parts drawn related to each other but not connected.
() A drawing showing how an object would look if it were disassembled and spread out. Used to show how parts relate to each other.
Type of sketch where the components of the sign are shown separately or in groups, rather than as a whole. However, the segments are arranged to show their relationship to each other.
Component parts of the whole in separate relation to each other.
an illustration showing an object disassembled with the parts aligned in correct relation to one another along the main axes of the construction.
An exploded view is a representative picture or diagram that shows the components of an object slightly separated by distance, or suspended in surrounding space in the case of a three-dimensional exploded diagram, as if there had been a small controlled explosion emanating from the middle of the object which separated all of the parts of that object an equal distance away from their original locations.