The representation of an object in isometric projection; an isometric drawing looks like a perspective but all lines parallel to the three major axes are measurable.
A drawing of a 3-dimensional object that shows a corner view of the figure.
A drawing where length, width, and height are represented by lines 120 degrees apart, with all measurements in the same scale
(n) A pictorial representation of an object rotated 45 degrees, tilted 36 degrees 16 minutes, then drawn full scale. An isometric drawing differs from an isometric projection in that all three dimensions are drawn at full scale rather than foreshortening to the true projection.
a pictorial view of a three-dimensional object
a three dimensional view
Similar to axonometric drawing but using 30 and 60 degree angles to project horizontal lines of a structure.
an axonometric drawing with the three principle planes at the same apparent angle to the plane of the drawing surface.
a three-dimensional drawing. It is drawn with one corner closest to the drawer. The left and right sides slope backward at 30 degrees. All vertical edges are drawn vertically.