MAE%201004_Lecture%2010%20Chapter_7_vugph%20-%20Spring%202011%20%5bCompatibility%20Mode%5d

MAE%201004_Lecture%2010%20Chapter_7_vugph%20-%20Spring%202011%20%5bCompatibility%20Mode%5d

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Unformatted text preview: MAE 1004 MAE 1004 Hand in HW #3 HW #3 Today’s topics Comments on HW #2 (to be returned this week) Chapter 7 Multiview Projection (continued) HW #4 due next Wed. (Feb. 23) in class No 2/16/2011 class on Monday, Feb. 21 (President’s Day) 1 Comments Comments on HW #2 (to be returned in your lab section this week) VL: visible line visible line HL: hidden line hidden line CL: center line Const. L: construction line Use the “right” pencils; Use ‘8 points’ to draw a circle Use the right pencils; Use points to draw circle VL (thickness: 0.7 mm) : Use one-stroke segments to (thickness: Use onecomplete visible line; do not try to modify the line complete a visible line; do not try to modify the line HL (thickness: 0.35 mm) – dash: 4 mm, gap: 1 mm; gap or no gap (usually no gap; show gap in special situation) usuall no CL (thickness: 0.3 mm) – dash: 5 mm, gap: 2 mm, extension: 8 mm; show crosshair in certain views See Prof. Shen if you have questions 2 Read multiview drawing – visualize the object in 3 D 3 Use vertical and horizontal construction lines to correlate the same features in different views front and top views in this example 4 Read multiview drawing – visualize the object in 3 D 5 Use vertical and horizontal construction lines and the 45 degree miter line to correlate the same features in the front, top, and right-side views in this example 6 Use vertical and horizontal construction lines and the 45 degree miter line to correlate the same features in different views – front, top, and right-side views 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Study the views in the drawing principle textbook (check all lines (check all lines – use a ruler to correlate lines or features in ruler to correlate lines or features in different views; use the Miter Line; ask questions; …). 17 18 19 20 21 22 Pick Pick up HW #4 Handout now Do not print out HW #4 from the lecture slide file (this file) . You can print out HW #4 in the “HW Folder” Folder” at Blackboard (MAE_1004_10>Files>HW Folder>HW 04) MAE Folder>HW 04 23 Student Name: _____________________________, Lab Sec.: ___ MAE 1004 HW #4 1004 HW #4 Complete the four problems on this HW #4 handout Submit Complete the four problems on this HW #4 handout. Submit the the HW #4 handout on Feb. 23 (Wed.) in class at 3:45 pm Fill-inFill-in-table problem (1 problem; 25%) Use ruler, draw construction lines & the 45-deg. miter line 45Fill in numbers in the empty boxes of the table in numbers in the empty boxes of the table MissingMissing-line problems (3 problems; 75%) 2/16/2011 All lines shown are valid – cannot erase Use ruler, draw construction lines & the 45-deg. miter line 45Use ruler, provide all necessary visible lines, hidden lines, and centerlines by following the technical drawing principles – line quality line matters! 24 MAE MAE 1004 HW #4 [[due Feb. 23 (Wed.) in class at 3:45 pm] #4 due Fill-in-table problem (25%) * Draw [1] the miter line [very light] (5%) it li [2] construction lines (vertical & horizontal lines) to correlate the same feature in different views. * Fill in the numbers (e.g., 14-19) in each empty box of the table. (20%) 25 MissingMissing-line problem #1 #1 (25%) All lines shown are valid – cannot erase* 1. Use ruler, draw construction lines & the miter line [very light] (5%) 2. Use ruler, provide all necessary visible lines and hidden lines (20%) 3. Optional: use the isometric graph paper (below) to draw the isometric view 26 MissingMissing-line problem #2 (25%) (25%) All All lines shown are valid – cannot erase* 1. Use ruler, draw construction lines the miter line [very light] (5%) 2. Use ruler, provide all necessary visible lines and hidden lines (20%) 3. Optional: use the isometric graph paper (below) to draw isometric view isometric 27 MissingMissing-line problem #3 (25%) (25%) All All lines shown are valid – cannot erase* 1. Use ruler, draw construction lines the miter line [very light] (5%) 2. Use ruler, provide all visible lines, hidden lines, & center lines (20% center 3. Optional: use the square graph paper ((below) to draw oblique projection to obli 28 Do Do not print out HW #4 from the print lecture file (this file) fil (thi fil . You can print out HW #4 in the “HW “HW Folder” at Blackboard (MAE_1004_10>Files>HW Folder>HW 04) 29 AutoCAD AutoCAD Exam #1 Week of Feb. 21 – in your registered lab session Be punctual; no show = 0 If you have questions - use TA’s office hours (Tue. 1:301:303:30 pm & Thurs. 2-4 pm in Tompkins 410) Th 410) Midterm Exam March 2 (Wed.) – in class (3:45 pm~4:35 pm) Final Exam May 4 (Wed.), 5:20 pm – 7:20 pm, Duques 151 30 Practice Practice Missing-line problem All lines shown are valid – cannot erase 1. Use ruler, draw construction lines & the 45-deg. miter line 2. Use ruler, provide all necessary visible lines and hidden lines 3. Optional: use the isometric graph paper (below) to draw the isometric view the isometric graph paper (below) to draw the isometric view 31 Use construction lines and the 45 deg. Miter line [VERY LIGHT LINES] Use construction lines and the 45 deg. Miter line [VERY LIGHT LINES] 32 33 34 Practice Practice MissingMissing-line problem 35 36 37 Practice Practice •Use ruler, draw construction lines (vertical and horizontal lines) to correlate the same feature in different views. •Put a number in each box of the table. 38 ...
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