Axonometric projection in which all three faces are equally inclined to the drawing surface.

A mode of geometrical drawing in which three planes are projected at equal angles upon a single plane, and all the measurements are upon the same scale; used at times to show machinery, buildings, etc.

A simple method of pictorial illustration similar to perspective but without foreshortening used primarily to show construction details.

(n) An axonometric projection in which three of the axes are measured on the same scale and are at the same angle relative to each other. An isometric drawing is less pleasing to the eye than other types of axonometric projections, but it is the most common since it is the easiest to draw.

a commonly used axonometric projection (Foley et al

a view of an object such that there is an equal opening angle between the three projected orthogonal axes as shown below

(perspective) - A mechanical drawing system in which a three dimensional object is presented two-dimensionally; starting with the nearest vertical edge, the horizontal edges of the object are drawn at a thirty-degree angle and all verticals are projected perpendicularly from a horizontal base.

A method of drawing figures and maps so that three dimensions are shown not in perspective but in their actual measurements.

Isometric projection is a form of graphical projection â€” more specifically, an axonometric orthographic projection. It is a method of visually representing three-dimensional objects in two dimensions, in which the three axes of space appear equally foreshortened, of which the displayed angles among them and also the scale of foreshortening are universally known, and each angle between two of the three axes is 120Â°. Isometric projection is one of the projections used in drafting engineering drawings.