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2_Sliding_jaw_xxx (1of 5) We will use the Sliding Jaw to demonstrate some further capabilities of the sketcher. Looking at the part, it is evident that a couple of its sections of geometry are very similar to those in other parts. For instance, the view of the Jaw Face has the same shape as the Jaw Plate (whose sketch we saved) and the profile of the Sliding Jaw has a similar geometry to that of its mating section on the Base.
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2_Sliding_jaw_xxx (2of 5) Before beginning this part, we will create a sketch of the section of the part profile that we will be able to use again for the base. Open a new sketch and name it as shown on the right. A new sketch window will open up, but now the reference planes are not present. Sketch the three flat sides of the jaw and dimension them as indicated on the drawing sheet. Select all the dimensions (this is easier if you set the selection filter in the lower-right corner of the screen to Dimension) and right-click and select Lock to freeze the dimensions.
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course MAE 184 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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