The Conventions of Projection

Projection is the means used to show the drawn object from different directions. In some cases a single view would be sufficient. It may look the same from all directions - a ball or a cube - or we may be able to deduce the other view. In Fig. 11 for example, the end view is clearly two concentric circles and it would be a waste of space to draw it. For the majority of objects, however, this is not possible, and we must look

Fig. 12 Both (a) and (b) are accurate as drawings, but (b) is easier to read.
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