Last edited 20 Aug 2021

3D v 2D

BS ISO 6707-2, 2017: Buildings and civil engineering works – vocabulary. Part 2: Contract and communication terms, published by the British Standards Institution, defines the term ‘three-dimensional' (3D) as: ‘Having or seeming to have length, width and depth.’

It defines two-dimensional (2D) as: ‘Having or seeming to have two dimensions, such as width and height but no depth.’

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