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SolidWorks Construction Techniques Volume II
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Planes from Planes In the same way you develop a second auxiliary view from a primary auxiliary view, you can create “secondary auxiliary” planes (oblique in all angles from the primary planes) from “primary auxiliary” planes.
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Curve Techniques See http://www.caddigest.com/subjects/mcad/select/111504_lacourse_3d_curves.htm Curve endpoints that are required to connect should always remain coincident. It is preferred that curves be generated from existing curves and surface boundaries whenever possible. Reference curves not used in construction should be kept on a separate layer. Techniques that maintain curvature and tangency with other curves are recommended.
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3D Curvce Construction Techniques
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Surface Techniques See http://www.caddigest.com/subjects/mcad/select/111704_lacourse_surfaces.htm Look out for surfaces that have the potential of self intersecting. These include sweeps due to trajectory, revolves due to rotation angle, rules
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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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