How to Model Screw with AutoCAD (cont'd)
Showing Threads in Isometric Views
The standard flat drawings aren't appropriate
all the time. Perspectives, assembly manuals, and presentations
are a some of those times. One firm covered most of their bases
by including an isometric view in each of their block drawings.
Just the two isometric views -- when rotated or flipped -- can
account for many different perspectives.
But there are other views than just isometric,
right? Then make a solid model. There are thousands of times
when a 2D drawing isn't appropriate. By time you draw two
isometric views, or just one real projection, you can make a
solid model that can be viewed from an angle.