HW07 - surface in true-size view. Special Problem 6.1: For...

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ENG 004 – Winter 2008 - HW #7 – Due 6 March at beginning of lecture. Put Studio Day on HW. Notes: All numbered problems are from Bertoline and Weibe, 5 th Edition. Italicized text indicated a modified problem statement. Put your studio (lab) day on your submitted work along with your printed name . For the following problems, create the auxiliary views by hand and be sure to label all fold lines, points, and transfer distances. Prob. 6.1: Figures 6.19 (2) & (5) – partial auxiliary view implies just show the inclined
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Unformatted text preview: surface in true-size view. Special Problem 6.1: For the figure given on the following page, find the dihedral angle between plane 1,2,3 and plane 2,3,4. (See section 6.3.3.) Special Problem 6.2: For the figure given on page 3, draw three random successive auxiliary views. For the following problem, create an Inventor model and create a completely dimensioned working drawing with an auxiliary view of the inclined portion of the part. Special Problem 6.3: Figure 6.26 2/3 3/3...
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