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Homework 2 MAE 52 – Computer-Aided Design & Drafting Spring Quarter 2006 Due April 23, 2006 1. Complete the Solidworks tutorial 2 found in the book on page “1-48”. Please sweep the sketch 360 ° into a solid to produce the solid part shown on page “1-48”. Turn in a printout that shows an isometric view of the part in “hidden lines visible” mode. 2. In Solidworks, create the following part shapes. Turn in a printout that shows 2 different views of each part in “hidden lines visible” mode. Place 2 to 3 models on each side of paper to save paper and trees (maybe even use both sides of paper). This can be done using screen captures (alt PrtScrn) and use a graphics program (start/programs/accessories/paint) to assemble several on one side of paper. Make sure the parts are three-dimensional. I prefer an isometric and a front view – make sure to choose the front view as
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Unformatted text preview: the one that gives the most detail. Cylinder Football (hint: use ellipse, centerline, and sweep) Doughnut (toroid) Washer (flat disk with a hole in center) Ball (sphere) Cone 3. (Descriptive Geometry) Complete the front view for the part shown on page 2 (top and right views). 4. In Solidworks, CREATE THE MODEL shown in the drawing below (page 3). Hand in an isometric view of the parts in hidden lines visible mode. 5. (Using McMaster-Carr). Go to the website www.mcmaster.com . This website is used in industry for ordering mechanical parts. Find me the following machine screw: Fillister head style, slotted, 5/16-18 inch (Diameter, thread), 18-8 stainless steel, 1 inch long. Give me the part or catalogue number (starts with a 9). Print out the technical drawing for the part and turn that in as well....
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