dimetric projectiondi·met·ric projection
Dimetric projection is defined as a way of drawing an object so that one axis has a different scale than the other two axis in the drawing.
An example of dimetric projection is a technical drawing that shows a 3-dimensional cube with one side of the cube smaller in proportion to the other two sides.
a type of axonometric projection in which the object is shown with two of its three principal axes tilted equally from the plane of viewing
Origin of dimetric projectionultimately from Classical Greek di-, twice (see di-) + metron, measure (noun)