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Homework 3 MAE 52 – Computer-Aided Design & Drafting Spring Quarter 2006 Due April 30, 2006 1. Sketch the orthographic views below with pencil and paper. Then sketch the isometric view for each part in the empty corner. Use a straight edge for the lines in your sketch. Use half a sheet of paper per part. To make grading easier, orient your isometric view so the orthographic front view (in lower left for each part below) appears in the lower left of the isometric view (see example). a) b) Example
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2. Hand sketch the orthographic views for the following parts. Select and position the views according to proper ANSI drafting practices (i.e., so all part features are depicted). In addition, include any sectional or auxiliary views if necessary. Include hidden lines and centerlines. Neatness counts (use a ruler, keep views and features aligned). Use Sheet A with portrait orientation. a) b) 3. Create orthogonal views for the following part using SolidWorks. Select and position the views according to proper ANSI drafting practices (i.e., so all part
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2010 for the course MAE 19010 taught by Professor Norton during the Spring '07 term at UC Irvine.

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