Endg 105 11.1 Assy(2) - ENDG 105 Spring 2009 Class 11.1...

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Class 11.1 April 6, 2009 Part A.    Assemblies in Inventor Part A.    Assemblies in Inventor Part B.    Project and Working Drawings Part B.    Project and Working Drawings     ENDG 105        Spring 2009
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Thought For the Day SOME PEOPLE ARE LIKE SLINKIES; NOT  REALLY GOOD FOR ANYTHING BUT  THEY BRING A SMILE TO YOUR  FACE WHEN YOU PUSH THEM DOWN  THE STAIRS.
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Learning Objectives • Adding Mass Properties to drawings. • Use AutoDesk Inventor to assemble  individual parts in a model • Learn how to constrain the movement of your  objects in the Inventor assembly mode  through mates
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Mass Properties File, open L:\Till Project hook, Metal Steel (Stainless, Brushed) Open an idw. drawing and add orthographic views.
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Mass Properties In the ipt file, left click  on part in browser. Then right click and  select properties. After you have a solid (ipt) drawn, we can add mass properties.
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Mass Properties Dialog box appears. Select Physical. Select type of material in  drop down box (Cast Bronze) Click Apply Click on clipboard. Go to idw file Open a  text box  and paste.
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Mass Properties After you have pasted, delete everything except material, density, volume, mass and area.
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Threads If you have threaded holes, bolts, etc., best to use point,  hole center and Hole icon. Draw a simple object (box) and add a .25 hole using  point, hole center and Hole icon. Add threads.
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Threads • Open idw file and insert two views. • Use Hole/Thread Notes icon to dimension  hole.
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Assemblies A major strength of a parametric modeling program  like Inventor is its ability to not only model individual  parts, but then to assemble them and relate them  together By creating assembled models in the computer,  designers can examine interfaces between components  and how they will react when assembled This helps lower design cost, reduce design time to  market, and increases profit.
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Basics of Assemblies Assemblies contain two or more parts.
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