Lecture--newWeek05 - Inventor tool bar changes slightly....

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Engineering Design & Graphics Week 05 Dr. T. E. Doyle
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Announcements Exams - next week! (worth 10% each) Project groups - must be decided for your week 7 lab! (3 members from same lab) Maple/MapleSim - installed for next week Software available on campus in KTH/B123
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Overview Continue example from last week using Inventor Recall that on the board we looked at a block and a bolt assembly. Mate, Planar, Axial View projection convention (1st angle vs 3rd angle) Multiview and detail sketches
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Assembly Constraints Inventor uses slightly different terminology: Mate -> Mate Planar -> Flush Axial -> can be accomplished using a Mate relationship between two axis
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Inventor Assemblies When starting a new assembly, notice the
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Unformatted text preview: Inventor tool bar changes slightly. The assembly environment is intended (in part) to assign relationships between parts. Remember that frst part in to the assembly is grounded, making all other parts relative to the frst. Choose an appropriate frst part. Inventor Assembly DOF An extremely useful tool in inventor will allow you to visualize the remaining DOF. View -> Degrees of Freedom Rotations x, y, z Translations x, y, z See example Multiview and Detail Sketches Additional View Types Additional View Example Components of an Engineering Drawing Standards and View Conventions View Conventions View Projections Conventions View Projection Conventions contd...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course ENGINEERIN 1C03 taught by Professor T.doyle during the Spring '10 term at McMaster University.

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