* This class will hold getter and setter methods for Project1
* @author Shahid Afzal
public class Vend cfw_
private String Choice; / user choice
private double proPrice; / Product Price
private double Total
Feb 2, 2016.
Find a (1) webpage with a description of a replacement for Windows Media Center specifically its
ability to record TV programs.
In a Word document (or other Word Processor saved in RTF format), provide this information
Understanding Operating Systems
Introducing Operating Systems
What is an Operating System?
Hardware (physical machine and electronic
Part of computer system (sof
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Computer Use Regulations
Computer lab use is restricted to currently enrolled RVCC students. Priority is for academic use in
the following order:
Computer course assignments
Other academic assignments
Users must relinquish their computers
Lab Ch. 11/12
Describes how Password Managers work in general
Facebook. Twitter. Gmail. Yahoo. YouTube. Reddit. Instagram. Vine. Tumblr. Banking. Each of
these services requires a password, and most people will agree that it's anno
Functions: Graphs and Equations
Remark 1 In the last topic we studied relations represented by sets and maps.
In this topic we will turn our focus to relations expressed as graphs
and equations. First, lets recall our definitions.
Definition A relation is
Lecture 1/21/16 The Human Computer interface
User Experience (UX)- Persons reaction to use of product, system or service
Look/ Usability / Feel
User Interface (UI)- users interaction with the system and the response of it.
Feedback- The feedback of the sy
We spend all of
and few of
the future we want for
ourselves. The rest of
the life, we live the
professional world that
Priyanka Dalal Section 5
Who is Robert Noyce?
Robert Noyce was born of December 12, 1927, in Burlington, Iowa. He is the reason we have all the
programming in our laptops, computers, phones, etc. He was the co-founder of both the Fairchild
read valueA from user
If the value is
divided by 2
if vauleA < 0
print only positive number to
Read ValueA and ValueB from user
If the valueA or ValueB is L
The control specification of the for loop includes three operations: , , and .
A for loop continues as long as the test is true.
The starting point of a for loop is always 1.
The step size of a for loop is always 1.
Iteration variables must be only single
It is important in SolidWorks to make sure you are using the correct unit system.
Unit system can be changed by clicking TOOLS, OPTIONS. A menu will appear, and
click on the tab labeled DOCUMENT PROPERTIES. Click UNIT
Revolve Example Thumbtack
1. Create the following sketch on the front plane.
2. The revolve works differently depending on if we close the sketch or not. In the above
figure, the sketch is open (as you need a solid line, not a construction line to close t
Alphabet of Lines
- lines in drawings that represent visible edges and contours of an object
- shown as THICK lines (0.5 0.6 mm)
- short, narrow dashed lines
- represent the hidden features of an element
Practice Final Problem 2
Initially, this figure looks very complicated. Fortunately, we can make it with one sketch and do a lot of different
extrusions and cuts. We will also familiarize ourselves with how to make a SECTION VIEW with multiple lines.
650:215 Computer Aided Drafting
School of Engineering
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Computer Aided Drafting
Meeting Time: Tuesday 8:40 10:00 AM
Instructor/TA: Ricardo Diaz
Sketching on a Plane Inside The Body
Units = mm
1. Create the following familiar sketch on the FRONT PLANE (MAKE SURE IT IS FULLY DEFINED):
2. Do a MID-PLANE extrusion of 20 mm (This is equivalent to extruding 10 mm in Direction 1 and 10 mm in
Practice Final Problem 1
We first want to make the front face of the figure. We do so by creating the fully defined figure
with the sharp corners shown in the first figure.
Next we round the one corner by using the FILLET tool:
We then extrude this
Paper size: C (ANSI) Landscape
Center mark size: 5mm
Centerline extension length: 5mm
To add the auxiliary view (VIEW A), go to the VIEW LAYOUT toolbar and press AUXILIARY VIEW.
Next, click on the edge you want to make
In SolidWorks, constraints define how each part of the sketch interacts with each other.
For example, constraints are used to make two lines perpendicular, or to make an arc
tangent to some other surface.
Constraining an Individual Line
Mirrored Constraints, Page 1
We will create the object shown above by sketching half of the object and mirroring it, as we have done before.
This document concerns the procedure for fully defining an object before mirroring by making u
Partial Auxiliary Views
We are making the same drawing file as last weeks example, except we are cropping the auxiliary view so that we
see only the auxiliary feature, and none of the other parts.
Paper size: C (ANSI) Landscape
Centerline extension length
Creating Drawing Files
When you finish creating your part, click File > Make Drawing From Part.
If you have not yet saved the file, SolidWorks will prompt you to do so now.
SolidWorks will ask you to choose your paper size. I will tell you what size
2-D sketches are brought into 3-D most simply by an extrusion.
What an extrusion does is take a 2-D sketch and bring out uniformly into a third dimension.
Before extruding a sketch, you must first make sure that your sketch i
Drawing File Conventions
There are two different standard ways to project a normal 3-D image in two dimensions
The standard in the United States is to use third angle projection
This is analogous to making a glass box around your object, projecting each
Splines & Sweeps
Figure 1 (Different views of the same part)
To create a swept part both a "path" and "profile" are required (at minimum). In this case we
will also be using a few guide curves to change the final profile of the part.
Begin a sketch for th