Lecture--Week06

Lecture--Week06 - • The assembly environment is...

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Engineering Design & Graphics Week 06 Dr. T. E. Doyle
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Announcements Exams - this week! (worth 10% each) Project groups - must be decided for next week Maple/MapleSim - installed for next week Software available on campus in KTH/B123
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Overview Continue example from last week using Inventor Recall that on the board we looked at a block and a bolt assembly. Mate, Planar, Axial View projection convention (1st angle vs 3rd angle) Multiview and detail sketches
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Assembly Constraints Inventor uses slightly different terminology: Mate -> Mate Planar -> Flush Axial -> can be accomplished using a Mate relationship between two axis
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Inventor Assemblies When starting a new assembly, notice the Inventor tool bar changes slightly.
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Unformatted text preview: • The assembly environment is intended (in part) to assign relationships between parts. • Remember that frst part in to the assembly is “grounded”, making all other parts relative to the frst. Choose an appropriate frst part. Inventor Assembly DOF • An extremely useful tool in inventor will allow you to visualize the remaining DOF. • View -> Degrees of Freedom Rotations x, y, z Translations x, y, z See example Multiview and Detail Sketches Additional View Types Additional View Example Components of an Engineering Drawing Standards and View Conventions View Conventions View Projections Conventions View Projection Conventions cont’d...
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2012 for the course EE 1244 taught by Professor Drera during the Fall '10 term at Conestoga.

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