UAHMAE110Rev_aClasses_tcm1023-51845

UAHMAE110Rev_aClasses_tcm1023-51845 - Introduction Objective

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A The University of Alabama in Huntsville H U MAE 110 – Introduction to CAD Introduction Objective To teach you the latest Computer Aided Design (CAD)  techniques and foster problem-solving skills.   - Some examples from  past semesters . Course  Class   Schedule
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A The University of Alabama in Huntsville H U MAE 110 Introduction to CAD Detailed Drawing
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A The University of Alabama in Huntsville H U MAE 110 – Introduction to CAD Simple CAD/CAE/CAM Product Lifecycle Design CAD Analysis CAE Manufacturing CAM i
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A The University of Alabama in Huntsville H U MAE 110 – Introduction to CAD Isometric and Orthographic views They are used in all technical drawings. Top, Front, Right, Isometric.  Backup Strategy Do it or lose it. Introduction to Solid Edge Part Modeling - Computer Aided Design product for Mechanical  Applications, 3D modeler. - Solid Edge windows and menus. - Features usually require a plane, profile, extent. - Smartstep toolbar lets user navigate the steps to  create or edit a feature.
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A The University of Alabama in Huntsville H U MAE 110 – Introduction to CAD SE - IntelliSketch and  relationships.pdf  (CD) - Creating Reference Planes – parallel, angle. Solid Edge  SE - Useful Hints v02.pdf   (CD)   Tutorial windows setup - Turn off button text and change button size. Demos - Solid Edge windows and toolbars. Work (or drawing) Tools (or commands) Ribbon bar Prompt (or status) Edgebar - IntelliSketch tool – Creating a profile. FEMAP Express
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A The University of Alabama in Huntsville H U MAE 110 – Introduction to CAD Tutorials:  Introduction to Solid Edge Part Modeling - Read and pay attention to each step! Rendering with Virtual Studio+ - Located in the assembly environment, is used to  create realistic renderings of 3d models. - Find the desired material in the material list and  drag onto the parts in the screen. Quiz: - Views placement on drawings. - Solid Edge windows/areas names. - Different Intellisketch relationships. PSVT:R  (45 minutes)
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A The University of Alabama in Huntsville H U MAE 110 – Introduction to CAD Review of last class - Drawing views position on drawings Top, Front, Right, Isometric (or Iso). - Solid Edge areas
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2010 for the course MECHANICAL 110 taught by Professor Tcm during the Spring '09 term at Michigan Technological University.

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UAHMAE110Rev_aClasses_tcm1023-51845 - Introduction Objective

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