Exploded view drawings

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What is an exploded view drawing?

“A diagram, picture or technical drawing of an object, that shows the relationship or order of assembly of various parts.”

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Areas of use…

Parts manuals, assembly manuals, patent drawings, architectual drawings, educational books and operating manuals.

Did you know…?

One of the first clear examples of an exploded view drawing was created by Leonardo da Vinci in the Renaissance. It was of a reciprocating motion machine. Read more...
Hydraulic valve block
Commission was to create a 30° isometric projection exploded view to show all the parts within the hydraulic valve. The illustration was than used in the parts and assembly manual.
Gear box assembly
Commission was to create a 30° isometric projection exploded view to show all the parts within the gear box. The illustration was then used in the parts and assembly manual.
Audi clip-on air vents
Commission of a simple exploded illustration to show the different colour range of air vents available, printed in marketing material.
The National Trust
Pope's Cabinet'
Revealing the labyrinth of secret doors and drawers within one layer (illustration 1 of 4 in a series) of the cabinet so that the public can appreciate its complexity without compromising the piece itself. When complete, the work will be seen in conjunction with video, the internet, exhibition stands and print work.

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