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Engineering Design with SolidWorks PAGE 4 - 1. Project 4. Extrude and Revolve Features. Below are the desired outcomes and usage competencies. Thank you very much for downloading engineering design with solidworks As you may know, people have search hundreds times for their favorite books. Adobe PDF logo, Distiller and Reader are registered trademarks or trademarks The company selected SolidWorks mechanical design software for the Little.
Click Revolve from the Feature toolbar. Avoid the Fillet Rebuild error. View the web page using File. Set the Length increment. Follow the instructions. Click Sketch.
A draft angle is a taper. Base-Extrude height —. For Millimeters: The battery height is 4. The overall battery height is a critical dimension.
Acute angles are the preferred dimension standard. Enter 5 in the Draft Angle text box. Click Planes. Double-click Trimetric. The overall height. Click the bottom edge of the battery. Click the top edge of the battery terminal. Click Close. Click View Orientation. Measure from the Main menu.
Click Right from the Standard Views toolbar. Create two holes from the original sketched circles.
Use the Extruded Cut feature. Create an inside draft angle. The draft Figure 4. A sand pail contains a draft angle. Add a 1-degree draft angle. Modify the dimensions of the Base feature. Offset LENS the center circular sketch.
Click Yes from the Confirm Delete dialog box. Click Delete. Delete and Edit Features Create two holes. Click Edit from the Main menu. Click File. Do not delete the two- circle sketch. Create the second Extruded Boss feature using sketched mirror geometry. Delete and Edit Features. Create a New part from an existing part. Delete the Terminals feature and reuse the circle sketch. Right-click the Base-Extrude feature.
Create the cut holes. Click Edit Definition from the Pop-up menu. Click Through All for the Depth. Change the overall Depth to. Click Extruded-Cut. Enter 1 in the Angle text box. Offset the center circular edge. Top circular Top Create the Extruded Boss feature. Click the top circular edge of the center Hole feature. Click Offset Entities. Select the first offset circle. Create the second offset circle. Click the top face. Display the Extrude Boss feature.
Turn off the Snap to Points setting before you sketch the profiles. Press the arrow keys to rotate in degree increments. The sketches utilize smaller dimensions than the current Grid Snap settings. Both sketches utilize symmetry with the Origin and the Mirror Sketch Tool. Create the first Extruded Boss feature. Click inside right face 75 Create the Sketch. The second Sketch is extruded in one direction. Extrude and Revolve Features Engineering Design with SolidWorks The outside face tapers inward and the inside face tapers outward when applying the Draft Angle to the two concentric circles.
The first Sketch is extruded in two directions. Click the inside right face. The mouse pointer icon displays the following relationships: Click Apply. The Origin is approximately in the middle of the bottom line. Click Right. The sketch is symmetric about the Origin. Click Options. Click the bottom line of the rectangle.
Uncheck the Display Grid and Snap to points check box. Click Midpoint from the Relations dialog box. If Automatic Relations are not displayed. Automatic Relations in the Sketch box. Geometric relationships are captured as you sketch. Click the bottom horizontal line.
Click Tools from the Main menu. Click Isometric. Click Grid. Sketch a Sketch rectangle rectangle coincident with the coincident with top and bottom edges. Click Origin from the FeatureManager. Create the first depth direction. Blind is the Type option. Select the outside right face for the second extruded depth.
The sketch is extruded towards the Holes. Click the Direction 2 check box. Create the second Extruded Boss feature. Select Up to Surface for Type. Click the top narrow face of the first Extruded Boss feature. Direction 1. Display the Top view. Click Show Sketch. Click Top. Right-click Sketch5. Create the first arc point. The line is automatically mirrored. Create a horizontal line coincident with the endpoint of Sketch line the converted Connector Base sketch.
Create the Sketch on one side of the mirror centerline. Mirrored line 93 Create a Tangent Arc. The centerline displays two parallel mirror marks. Click Mirror. Click Line. Click Tangent Arc. Mirror marks on Connector Base Sketch center line 92 Sketch the profile. Click the endpoint of the horizontal line.
Sketch a horizontal centerline with the first point coincident to the Origin. Click Convert Entities. Select single segment. Drag the mouse pointer downward until the start point. Create the mirrored centerline. Inside top right edge 95 Turn the Mirror function off. Click the arc edge. Click Properties from the Pop-up menu. Create a radial dimension.
Display the dimension. Click the left most vertical line. Modify the Properties of the dimension. Click the Max button from the First arc condition option.
The arc edge displays red. Create a horizontal line. The Maximize option references the outside tangent edge of the arc.
Create a vertical line coincident with the inside top right edge. The linear dimension uses the arc center point as a reference. Disjoint Geometry Incorrect selection of edges and faces leads to disjointed bodies.
Create a Sketch from the outside edge. Blind is Extrude the default Type option. Display the Boss- Extrude3 feature. The feature is not created and a Rebuild error is displayed. Direction [2. Profiles of disjointed and joined geometry are displayed.
Disjointed bodies occur when the geometry contains gaps. Reverse the extrusion direction to create disjoint geometry. Create a fillet on all inside tangent edges of the Top-Cut.
Edge and Face Fillets Both edge and face options for Fillet features are used to smooth rough edges. This is a two-step process: Create a Fillet on the outside bottom edge of the Connector.
Click the outside circular edge of the Holder. Click Fillet. Display the Fillet. Click the inside circular edge. Click the four vertical edges. Check Tangent Propagation. Create the edge Fillet feature. Create a face blend between two sets of faces. Select the second Face set. The Radius is too large. Click inside the Face Set 2 list box. The FeatureManager displays all successful feature name icons in yellow.
Click the back face. Click the top face of the Base-Extrude feature. Select the first Face set. Click Face fillet button from the Fillet type list box. Create the solid Revolve feature. Click Revolve from the Feature toolbar. The Revolve Feature dialog box is displayed. Centerline Equal profile lines Center point for 3Point arc located below the centerline.
Create a vertical linear dimension for the right line. Revolve features contain an axis of revolution. Create a radial dimension for the arc. Accept the default option values. Create a vertical linear dimension for the left line. Click Temporary Axis. Click Select Other from the Pop-up menu. The feature extracts the back circular edge from the Base-Revolve feature. The Shell feature requires a face and thickness.
Click Shell from the Feature toolbar. Click the left mouse button Y. Shell Feature The Shell feature removes face material from a solid. Save the LENS. A check mark is displayed next to the option.
Right click near the small hidden back face. Use the Shell feature to create thin-walled parts. Click the right mouse button N until the back face is displayed. Each revolved profile requires an individual sketched centerline. Create the Shell feature. Click Temporary Axis to remove the check mark.
Solid Revolve features must contain a closed profile. Back face Select the Sketch plane.
Hide the Temporary axis. Click the front face of the Base-Revolve feature. Accept the back face. Create the LENS. Display the Shell feature. Use the Extruded-Boss feature. Click Front. Click HoleWizard. The Parameter 1 and Parameter 2 text boxes are displayed. HoleWizard assists in creating complex and simple Hole features.
Specify the user parameters for the custom Counterbore Hole. Click the Parameter 1 Binding in the Screw type property text box. Display the Boss-Extrude1 feature.
Click the Counterbore tab. Click the small inside back face of the Base-Revolve feature. The Hole Definition dialog box is displayed. Use the HoleWizard. Extract the back face to the Sketch plane. Create the Counterbore Hole. Dimensions for the Counterbore Hole are provided both in inches and millimeters. For a metric hole. For Millimeter Cbore Hole: Click the C-Bore Diameter value.
Accept the Hole Fit and Diameter value. Enter 5. For an inch hole. Click the Add button.
Enter Hex Bolt from the drop down list for Screw type. Select M5 from the drop down list for Size. Click the C-Bore Depth value. Click the Hole Diameter value. The sketch profile must be open and cannot cross the centerline.
Create the Sketch. The Hole Placement dialog box is displayed. Click Display. Click the center point of the Counterbore hole. Click Finish from the Hole Wizard. Click the Right plane from the FeatureManager.
Rotate an open sketched profile around a centerline. Click Coincident. Sketch3 and Sketch4 are used to create the Hole feature. Click the Flip Side to View check box. Position the hole coincident with the Origin. Click the Plus Sign to the left of the Hole feature.
Click View. Complete the hole. Create the Boss Revolve Thin feature. Temporary Axis. Click Add Relations. Create an arc tangent to the extracted edge. The Sketch consists of an arc and a centerline. Sketch a horizontal centerline collinear to the Top plane through the Origin.
Right-click in the Graphics Click this window. Click the top point of the vertical line. The sketch arc requires a coincident relationship. Click edge to the right edge of the Base feature.
Click Select from the Pop-up menu. Click Trim. Select the edge. Click both vertical edges. Drag the mouse pointer to the left. The mouse pointer displays a vertical line when the endpoint aligns with the arc center point. Remove the two line segments. This insures that the center point of the arc is coincident with the horizontal silhouette edge of the Base-Revolve feature. Display the Boss-Revolve-Thin1 feature.
Click No. Click the arc center point. The Thin Feature check box is active.
Edge The black Sketch is fully defined. A second warning message appears: Click the horizontal line silhouette edge of the Base-Revolve feature. A warning message appears: Click the Coincident button. Silhouette Click Apply. Click Revolve.
Select Mid-Plane from the Type list box. The feature extracts the front outside circular edge from the Base-Revolve feature. Display the Boss-Extrude feature. Click the Top view. The front LensCover is a key feature for designing the mating component. Click the Bi-directional check box. Click the front circular face.
The feature extracts the inside circular edge of the LensCover and places it on the Front plane.
Front Plane Extrude the Sketch. The circle is projected onto the Front Plane. Click the front inner circular edge of the LensShield Boss-Extrude2. Click the Front plane. If you select the inside circular edge on Plane1.
Click Feature Properties. Click OK from the Entity Property dialog box. Right-click the LensShield in the Graphics window. Drag the Transparency slider to the far right side. Click OK from the Feature Properties box. Click OK from the Material Properties dialog box. The Entity Property dialog box is displayed. The Feature Properties dialog box is displayed.
Click the Advanced button. The BULB is a purchased part. Create a Revolved Boss feature using a B-Spline sketched profile. A B-Spline is a complex curve.
Click anywhere in the Graphics window to display the face transparency. When the LensShield is selected. Create a Circular Pattern feature from an Extruded Cut. Click Shaded. Sketch a horizontal line to the right.
Align the bottom of the flange with the Front plane. Create a Revolved Base feature. Right-click Show. Sketch a horizontal line.
Sketch a vertical line with the endpoint collinear with 3 the centerline. Click New. Create the forth line. Close the Sketch. Sketch a horizontal line 1 with the endpoint coincident to the Front plane. Sketch a short vertical line towards the centerline. Create six lines. Top and Right from the FeatureManager. Enter BULB. The Front plane mates against the Counterbore face. Click PartEnglishTemplate. Front Create the fifth line. Create the third line.
Sketch a vertical line to the left of the Front plane. Create the second line. Create the BULB. Adjust the shape of the curve by dragging the control points. Click the top left line. Click the left line.
Create a vertical linear dimension. Create a horizontal linear dimension. Click the top right line. Revolved Boss Feature The bulb requires a second solid Revolve feature.
B-Splines are drawn with control points. Click the right line. Accept the default options. Click B-Spline. Sketch the control point. Drag the mouse pointer to the centerline. Position the mouse pointer over the B-Spline control point. Create a vertical line. Sketch the start point. Click the left vertical edge of the Base feature. Sketch a horizontal line from the B-Spline endpoint to the left edge of the Base-Revolved feature.
Uncheck the Snap to points check box. Drag the mouse pointer upward. Display the Right view. Sketch a vertical line to the B-Spline start point.
Drag the mouse pointer to the left of the Base feature and below the first point. Sketch the end point. Horizontal and Vertical lines Complete the profile. Display the Revolve feature. Click the control point.
Sketch a horizontal centerline End point Control point Start collinear to the Top plane. SolidWorks does not require dimensions to create a feature.
Sketch the profile. Sketch two lines. Click the top Silhouette edge. Click the centerline. Add a horizontal dimension. Coincident [6. Click the right vertical edge. Click the end point of the line. Click the short horizontal line. Sketch a line from the midpoint of the top silhouette edge downward and to the right. Create the profile. Right-click Properties.
Create the Revolved Cut Thin feature. Sketch a horizontal centerline collinear to the Top plane. Sketch a horizontal line with the.
Create the diameter dimension. Click the start point of the line. Create the Dome feature. Click Revolved Cut from the Feature toolbar. The Dome dialog box is displayed. Display the Revolved Cut Thin feature. The direction arrow points away from the centerline. Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Published in: Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads.
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