Revising for your DCG Exam
Orthographic Projection
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Make sure you:
 Know where to lay out the different views of an orthographic projection (especially the end view)
 Project the points on a curve between different orthographic views
 Can construct a 1st auxiliary view (plan or elevation) perpendicular to a certain face (gives true shape)
 Can construct a 1st auxiliary view (plan or elevation) parallel to a certain edge (gives true length)
 Can construct a 2nd auxiliary view (for dihedral angles or intersection of skew lines)
Axonometric Views
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