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Secondary V • 1yr.

Do you always have to put all views of an object in a multiple view projection? I find it long!


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  • Explanation from Alloprof

    Explanation from Alloprof

    This Explanation was submitted by a member of the Alloprof team.

    Team Alloprof • 1yr.

    Thanks for your question!

    Indeed, it takes quite a long time to put the view of each side in a multiple view projection!

    Therefore, only the front, right and top views are required. The rear, left, and bottom view are optional, unless they feature details that aren’t visible in the three other views.

    From now on, I hope you can save time when doing multiple view projections. 😉

    Don't hesitate to ask other questions!

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