Part IV Drawing in Three Dimensions in .NET

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Figure 22-10: The SE isometric view of the 3D house
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The NE isometric view shows your model from the corner between the right and the back views, as well as halfway between a side view and the top view. The VPOINT equivalent is 1,1,1. Figure 22-11 shows the house from the NE isometric view.
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Figure 22-11: The NE isometric view of the 3D house
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The NW isometric view shows your model from the corner between the left and the back views, as well as halfway between a side view and the top view. The VPOINT equivalent is -1,1,1. Figure 22-12 shows the house from the NW isometric view.
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Figure 22-12: The NW isometric view of the 3D house
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If the standard views are not sufficient for your needs, DDVPOINT can give you both flexibility and precision. To use this command, choose View 3D Views Viewpoint Presets to open the Viewpoint Presets dialog box, shown in Figure 22-13. This dialog box enables you to set the view to a great degree of accuracy.
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Figure 22-13: The Viewpoint Presets dialog box
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The left side of the dialog box determines the angle from the X axis in the XY plane. These angles work as follows: 270 0 90 180 Front view Right view Back view Left view
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Other angles result in viewpoints between these views. For example, an angle of 315 degrees enables you to look at your drawing from a view between front and right. If you re thinking that this is similar to the SE isometric view, you are correct. The right side of the dialog box determines the angle from the XY plane, in the Z direction. A 0-degree angle enables you to look at your drawing from the front, back, or one side (elevation views) depending on the setting on the left part of the dialog box. Often you want to look at your drawing from above. A 90-degree angle shows you the plan view. An angle between 0 and 90 gives you a slanted view from the top like one of the isometric standard views. (Actually, the isometric views set the angle from the XY plane to 35.3 degrees.)
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There s an art to using the two dials to set the view angle you want. If you click the inside border of either one, close to the indicator needle, AutoCAD sets the angle based on exactly where you clicked. This results in uneven degrees, such as 47.6. However, if you click the outside border of either image, or the numbers themselves, AutoCAD rounds the angle to the value in the segment.
When you open the dialog box, the black needles indicate the angles for the current view. When you change the angles, the black (or white) needles move to the new angle but are replaced by red needles that indicate the current angle. This enables you to constantly see the current angles for reference. Beneath the dials are text boxes that reflect your choices. You can simply type the angles you want in the text boxes. There s a very handy Set to Plan View button at the bottom of the dialog box. This enables you to quickly return to plan view when you get a little dizzy from flying around your model. You can set the viewing angles either based on the WCS or relative to a different UCS that you are using. It can get confusing if you have several different UCSs and start viewing them from several different viewpoints. As a result, the default is to view the drawing based on the WCS. However, sometimes you need to see your drawing relative to a UCS you have created. To do so, click Relative to UCS.
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Keep the number of UCSs to the minimum necessary and save them. When possible, use a new viewpoint instead of creating a new UCS.
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