L4-sect - VM250 Design and Manufacturing I Sectional Views...

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Sectional Views VM250 Design and Manufacturing I
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2 Outline What? Why? Rules Full Section Half Section Offset section Aligned Section Other Sections Summary
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3 Outline What? Why? Rules Full Section Half Section Offset section Aligned Section Other Sections Summary
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4 What? What is inside of a geode?
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5 What? Lined with crystals
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6 What? For a part with complex interior, hidden lines may not be sufficient
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7 What? A view that looks inside an object by taking an imaginary cut
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8 What? cutting plane cut material Sectional view label
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9 Outline What? Why? Rules Full Section Half Section Offset section Aligned Section Other Sections Summary
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10 Why? Visualizing complex internal features is difficult with external views and hidden lines
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11 Outline What? Why? Rules Full Section Half Section Offset section Other Sections Summary
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12 Rules Cutting Plane Line Arrows point to the portion being kept. Section Lines
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13 Rules Common Section Line Symbols
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14 Rules Common Section Line Symbols More in course pack
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15 Rules Rule 1: Sectioned area should be bounded by a visible outline
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16 Rules Rule 2: Section lines should be parallel
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17 Rules Rule 3: Visible edges behind the cutting plane should be shown
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18 Rules Rule 4: Hidden features should be omitted, except for threads and broken out sections
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Outline What? Why?
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2011 for the course ME 250 taught by Professor Limian during the Spring '11 term at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

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