HW 5 - HW 5 Connor Downie B02 I tem 1 For this model I...

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Unformatted text preview: HW 5 Connor Downie B02 I tem 1 For this model I wanted to make i t as simple as possible. I connected several portions of the design, into a single sketch so I could save t ime. Then by using different viewing angles and faces, I was able to connect it all together. I tem 2 When building this model you need to have the r ight viewing angle because when you put i t into an assembly, if it isn’t in the correct angle then it won’t fit into the assembly correctly. In this design I only needed two sketches because I was able to create a side angle and then a single boss as well. I tem 3 I tem 4 I tem 5 ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course ES 1020 taught by Professor Planchard during the Winter '10 term at WPI.

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HW 5 - HW 5 Connor Downie B02 I tem 1 For this model I...

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