# What Is Orthographic Drawing Definition

The *definition* of an *orthographic projection* is a two-dimensional *drawing* of a three-dimensional object, using two or more additional *drawings* to show additional views of the object.

â€œ*Orthographic drawing*â€ refers to a 2-D representation of an object in a view that shows only one side at a time. Most *orthographic drawings* occur in .

*Definition* of *orthographic projection*: Two-dimensional isometric or oblique views of a three-dimensional object on a drawing surface at right angles to the views .

*Definition* of *orthographic projection*. 1 : *projection* of a single view of an object (such as a view of the front) onto a *drawing* surface in which the lines of *projection* are perpendicular to the *drawing* surface.

We need to ask ourselves *what is Orthographic Projection*? Basically it is a way a representing a 3D object on a piece of paper. This *means* we make the object .

*Orthographic drawings* provide a visual representation of an object from a number of different angles (at right-angles to each other). They are always drawn to .