Lecture9 - Lecture 9 MAE 52 Lecture 6 1 Orientation for...

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Lecture 6 1 Lecture 9 MAE 52
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Lecture 6 2 Orientation for Dimension Values • Unidirectional: – read horizontally from bottom of sheet – SolidWorks uses this by default… • Aligned: – align with dimension line and read from bottom or right side of sheet
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Lecture 6 3 Changing Dimensioning Orientation!
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Lecture 6 4 MAE 52 Title Block Standard Drawing Number: MAE 52 HW#-$ Text where # is the Homework Number, $ is the problem number, and Text is descriptive text. Make sure to put you name and date in drawn and the name of your TA in checked. References to assembly shall be in the “Used On” section.
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Lecture 6 5 Cosmetic Threads • Insert > Annotations > Cosmetic Thread – Select the circular edge – Put in the Thread Callout • Make sure your drawing template uses the ANSI standard! • When you make the drawing – you get the thread plus the callout.
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Lecture 6 6 Cosmetic Threads
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Lecture 6 7 Cosmetic Threads – Thread Display • Simplified — Represents the hardware with few details. Most common display. • Cosmetic — Represents some details of the hardware. • Schematic — Very detailed display which is used for unusual or custom designed hardware. – This is only available on parts in the toolbox (which may not be available in our version).
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Lecture 6 8 Assembly Drawings • Constrain all Degrees of Freedom using Mating conditions. • “Explode” the assembly. – Put the assembly into the view you want
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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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Lecture9 - Lecture 9 MAE 52 Lecture 6 1 Orientation for...

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