"The Complete Technical Illustrator" offers comprehensive access to information on every aspect of technical illustration using the most popular software packages. It is appropriate for students of engineering and computer graphics as well as professional technical illustrators. The authors present strategies and procedures for applying knowledge about geometry, assemblies, materials, and processes to communicate technical information. The result is that, in a single volume, the reader has an authoritative guide to the study, learning, and practice of presenting technical information in a visual form. A CD-ROM accompanies the text and provides users with: a productivity tool called "AxonHelper," designed by Jon Duff to simplify many of the calculations necessary to make accurate Axonometric constructions; examples of the most popular illustration tools; a web browser-driven technical illustration course; examples of textures and materials from Greg Maxson's studio; and a gallery of professional illustrations.