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Homework 1 MAE 52 – Computer-Aided Design & Drafting Spring Quarter 2006 Due April 16, 2006 1) Briefly explain Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), and Inspection. 2) What is the principal purpose of a drawing? 3) Identify the line types: a) (A thick line) b) c) d) 4) Sketch the orthographic views (3 views for each – pick the right views – ie, the ones that show all the part features, and position them correctly in 3 rd angle projection) for each of the following parts. Assume there are no features that cannot be seen in the isometric view. Be sure to include hidden lines and centerlines. Neatness counts, so use a straight
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Unformatted text preview: edge! Use about a half sheet of paper for each part (so you can put 2 parts per sheet side). Also reproduce the isometric view in an empty corner. a. Part 1 of Figure 6-4-C, p. 129 from text book b. Part 4 of Figure 6-4-C, p. 129 from text book c. Part 10 of Figure 6-4-C, p. 129 from text book d. Part 1 of Figure 6-6-B, p. 137 from text book (Hint: only 2 views are needed) 5) Do matching test in Figure 6-4-D, p. 129 from textbook. Present answers with numbers (not letters) in order, e.g., 1.) E 2.) (some letter) 3.) (some letter) etc. 6) Do matching test in Figure 6-5-H, p 134 from the textbook. Present answers with numbers (not letters) as above....
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