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axonometric projection[¦ak·sə·nō¦me·trik prə′jek·shən]
A drawing that shows an object's inclined position with respect to the planes of projection. Also known as isometric projection.
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The orthographic projection of a three-dimensional object inclined to the picture plane in such a way that its three principal axes can be drawn to scale but diagonal and curved lines appear distorted.See also: Projection drawing
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A form of orthographic projection in which a rectangular object, projected on a plane, shows three faces. One of two general divisions of pictorial projection (the other being oblique projection); often divided into three types: isometric, dimetric and trimetric.
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