Step 4. Erase all lines and smudges, check your work, and draw in all lines to their final color and configuration (figure 59, view E).
b. Inclined and Oblique Surfaces. Figure 60 (on the following page) is a sample problem that involves creating an oblique drawing from given orthographic views that contain an inclined surface. Unlike isometric drawings, angular dimensions may be directly transferred from the front orthographic view to the front oblique view, thereby eliminating the need for supplementary layouts. Remember that the direct transfer only works on the front view and on surfaces parallel to the front view.
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