
Definition of Isometric line
1. Noun. A line connecting isometric points.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Isometric Line
Literary usage of Isometric line
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual of Engineering Drawing for Students and Draftsmen by Thomas Ewing French (1918)
"Since a nonisometric line does not appear in its true length, its extremities
must be located and the line found by joining these points. In Fig. ..."
2. The Gasengine: A Treatise on the Internalcombustion Engine Using Gas by Frederick Remsen Hutton (1903)
"... an isometric line (Fig. 20). When, on the other hand, the change of condition
in the gas is a change in its volume, without change in its pressure, ..."
3. Elements of Mechanical Drawing: The Use of Instruments, Theory of Projection by Gardner Chace Anthony (1909)
"As but one of the lines of the pentagon can be isometric, the construction is as
follows: DE being chosen as an isometric line or axis, a second axis, YY, ..."
4. Elements of Drawing by George Frederick Blessing, Lewis Andrew Darling (1912)
"(&) The isometric origin is the intersection of the isometric axes and it is
usually marked O. (c) An isometric line is one which is parallel to any one of ..."
5. Mechanical Drawing for Colleges and Universities by James David Phillips, Herbert Denny Orth, Fred Duane Crawshaw (1915)
"A nonisometric line is drawn by referring points on the line to the axes by
means of coordinates. Fig. 290 shows a rectangular solid on the top face of ..."
6. Mechanical Drawing for Secondary Schools by Fred Duane Crawshaw, James David Phillips (1916)
"... isometric line. A nonisometric line is drawn by referring points on the line
to the axes by means of ..."