All values are to be transferred at full value, which means that the resulting oblique drawing is a cavalier projection. Figure 59 (on the following page) is the solution to this problem and was derived by using the following procedure:
Step 1. To the best of your ability, make an oblique freehand sketch of the proposed solution (view A).
Step 2. Using very light lines, lay out a rectangular box whose height, width, and length correspond to the height, width, and length given in the orthographic views. In this case, a receding axis of 30° was chosen (view B).
Step 3. Using very light lines, lay out specific details of the object. Transfer the dimensional values directly from the orthographic views to the axis of the oblique drawing. For example, use a pair of dividers and verify all other dimensional values (views C and D).
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