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    That first one is almost perfect, the lines are a little thick but I can work with that. The second one appears to missing the second diagonal (the one that goes up on the left side).
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    thanks Ascension. I'm not sure what you miss on the 2nd one though, It's dimetric and I think the angles of all 3 axis are correct... or am i missing something completely here?

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    Well I have no idea on what many things mean, so I could just be mistaken about definitions, no biggie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    Thanks, Rob. Didn't see what I wanted there but the diamonds is pretty close so I can play around with that one and make it work.
    I just use the equilateral triangle one...

    Here is a 8.5x11 pdf.

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    Ok, inspired by the way this thread is going I whipped up a very quick iso image.

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    Just turn it into a pattern and you're good to go. I actually prefer to squash the image size by 50% on the height before turning it into a pattern so the resultant drawings are seen from a lower height. Of course you can squash it or elongate it further depending on your requirements.

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