Vise_collar_hints

Vise_collar_hints - the RIGHT plane now that will serve as...

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V_Collar_xxx (1 of 5) The following is a potential solution for the collar –less the 13/16 UNEF LF (left- hand) threads. This part should only take a matter of minutes to complete. Start by sketching a pair of circles…. .
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V_Collar_xxx (2 of 5) …use the Modify Dimension tool to set the dimensions as they are shown in the drawing…. (Note: Uncheck the Regenerate and Lock Scale boxes.
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V_Collar_xxx (3 of 5) …. Then accept the sketch and extrude it to the proper length.
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V_Collar_xxx (4 of 5) A rectangle can be sketched on
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Unformatted text preview: the RIGHT plane now that will serve as the slot in the collar. For this rectangle, a centerline was drawn along the vertical axis and a three-sided figure was drawn on the right-hand side, then mirrored. Set the two dimensions as indicated in the drawing and accept the sketch. V_Collar_xxx (5 of 5) A cut-extrude (i.e. remove material) using the mid-plane setting will complete the part, less the threads. For this task, check out the notes on the helical sweep, and on reordering features....
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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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