ISBN-10:
0130141550
ISBN-13:
9780130141552
Pub. Date:
09/14/2000
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Graphics Concepts with SolidWorks(R) 2000 / Edition 1

Graphics Concepts with SolidWorks(R) 2000 / Edition 1

by Prentice-Hall Staff

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Overview

FEATURES:

PART I:

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  • Chapter 1-5: Basic Concepts introduce the reader to fundamentals that they will need to learn for engineering graphics and design.
  • PART II:

    • Solidworks tutorial is self-paced and allows the reader to create and assemble a pizza cutter with Solidworks.
    • "Great for self-study or short courses; This text provides an inexpensive solution that gets the user up-and-running on Solidworks.

    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9780130141552
    Publisher: Pearson Education
    Publication date: 09/14/2000
    Series: ESource: The Prentice Hall Engineering Source Series
    Edition description: Older Edition
    Pages: 219
    Product dimensions: 8.06(w) x 9.98(h) x 0.51(d)

    Table of Contents

    About ESource v
    About the Authors ix
    Engineering Graphics
    1(10)
    The Importance of Engineering Graphics
    1(2)
    Engineering Graphics
    3(3)
    CAD
    6(1)
    Design and CAD
    7(4)
    Projections Used in Engineering Graphics
    11(12)
    Projections
    11(1)
    3-D Projections
    12(2)
    Multiview Projections
    14(3)
    Working Drawings
    17(6)
    Freehand Sketching
    23(14)
    Why Freehand Sketches?
    23(1)
    Freehand Sketching Fundamentals
    24(1)
    Basic Freehand Sketching
    25(3)
    Oblique Sketching
    26(1)
    Isometric Sketching
    27(1)
    Advanced Freehand Sketching
    28(9)
    Freehand Oblique Sketching
    28(2)
    Isometric Sketching
    30(2)
    Orthographic Sketching
    32(5)
    Computer Aided Design and Drafting
    37(12)
    CAD Models
    37(3)
    CAD and Solids Modeling
    40(2)
    The Nature of Solids Modeling
    42(7)
    Standard Practice for Engineering Drawings
    49(18)
    Introduction to Drawing Standards
    49(1)
    Sheet Layouts
    50(1)
    Lines
    51(1)
    Dimension Placement and Conventions
    52(4)
    Section and Detail Views
    56(3)
    Fasteners and Screw Threads
    59(2)
    Assembly Drawings
    61(6)
    Tolerances
    67(18)
    Why Tolerances?
    67(2)
    Displaying Tolerances on Drawings
    69(1)
    How to Determine Tolerances
    70(3)
    Surface Finish
    73(1)
    Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
    74(11)
    Getting Started in SolidWorks
    85(40)
    Introduction and Reference
    85(5)
    Starting SolidWorks
    87(1)
    Checking the Options Settings
    87(3)
    Getting Help
    90(1)
    Modeling the Guard
    90(18)
    Creating a New Part
    90(1)
    Sketching
    91(5)
    Dimensioning the Sketch
    96(2)
    Changing Values of the Dimensions
    98(2)
    Adding Fillets to a Sketch
    100(1)
    Extruding the Cross Section
    100(2)
    Viewing the Guard
    102(2)
    Cutting a Hole in the Guard
    104(2)
    Creating a Round at the Corners
    106(2)
    Modeling the Arm
    108(10)
    Creating a New Part and a New Sketch
    109(1)
    Sketching the Lines
    109(1)
    Dimensioning the Sketch
    110(1)
    Adding a Relation
    110(2)
    Extruding the Arm
    112(1)
    Rounding the End
    113(1)
    Adding Chamfers to the End of the Arm
    114(2)
    Adding a Hole in the Arm
    116(2)
    Modeling the Blade
    118(7)
    Sketching the Blade
    118(1)
    Extruding the Sketch
    119(1)
    Adding a Chamfer to Form the Edge of the Blade
    120(1)
    Mirroring a Feature
    121(1)
    Changing the Definition of the Extrusion
    122(3)
    Modeling Parts in SolidWorks: Revolves
    125(30)
    Modeling the Cap
    125(5)
    Sketching the Cap
    125(2)
    Adding a Centerline
    127(1)
    Revolving the Sketch
    128(2)
    Modeling the Handle
    130(14)
    Sketching the Base Feature of the Handle
    130(2)
    Revolving the Cross Section
    132(2)
    Sketching and Cutting a Single Groove
    134(2)
    Modeling More Grooves: Inserting a Linear Pattern
    136(2)
    Modeling the Rectangular Hole
    138(2)
    Modeling the Circular Hole
    140(1)
    Adding the Finishing Touches to the Handle
    141(2)
    Changing the Color of the Handle
    143(1)
    Modeling the Rivet
    144(11)
    Creating Arcs
    146(1)
    Drawing the Rest of the Sketch
    147(1)
    Revolving the Sketch
    148(1)
    Reopening the Sketch and Adding Dimensions
    149(1)
    Changing the Detailing Settings
    150(2)
    Rounding the Bottom of the Rivet
    152(3)
    Modeling an Assembly: The Pizza Cutter
    155(30)
    Modeling the Cutter Sub-Assembly
    155(11)
    Creating a New Assembly Document
    156(1)
    Bringing the Rivet into the Sub-assembly
    157(1)
    Bringing the Arm into the Assembly and Orienting It
    158(2)
    Adding a Concentric Mate
    160(1)
    Adding a Coincident Mate
    161(1)
    Assembling the Blade
    162(2)
    Assembling the Second Arm
    164(1)
    Adding a Parallel Mate
    164(2)
    Modeling the Pizza Cutter Assembly
    166(8)
    Creating a New Assembly and Inserting the Handle
    166(1)
    Assembling the Cap
    166(2)
    Assembling the Guard
    168(1)
    Hiding an Object
    169(1)
    Inserting the Sub-assembly into the Assembly
    169(3)
    Showing the Guard and Finishing the Assembly
    172(2)
    Checking the Assembly for Interference
    174(5)
    Checking for Interference Volumes
    174(1)
    Opening a Sketch Within the Guard
    175(1)
    Creating the Rectangular Hole
    176(1)
    Adding Equations to Dimensions
    177(1)
    Rebuilding the Pizza Cutter Assembly with the New Guard
    178(1)
    Creating an Exploded View of the Assembly
    179(6)
    Exploding the Cutter Sub-assembly from the Handle
    180(2)
    Exploding an Arm
    182(1)
    Exploding the Other Components
    183(2)
    Creating Working Drawings
    185(32)
    Detail Drawings in Solidworks
    185(1)
    Editing a Drawing Sheet Format
    186(9)
    Creating a New Drawing Document
    187(1)
    Checking the Options Settings
    188(2)
    The Drawing Environment
    190(1)
    Modifying the Format's Text
    191(2)
    Modifying the Sheet Format's Lines
    193(2)
    Creating a Drawing of the Arm
    195(11)
    Placing Orthographic Views
    196(1)
    Adding a Named View
    197(1)
    Adjusting the Views on the Sheet
    198(2)
    Adding Dimensions to the Orthographic Views
    200(2)
    Modifying a Dimension's Text
    202(1)
    Specifying Tolerances
    203(1)
    Changing Dimensions in the Drawing and the Part
    204(2)
    Creating a Drawing of The Pizza Cutter Assembly
    206(11)
    Setting Up the Pizza Cutter Drawing
    207(1)
    Adding Orthographic and Isometric Views to the Drawing
    207(2)
    Adding a Section View
    209(1)
    Adding a Detail View
    210(1)
    Adding Numbers to the Components of the Assembly
    211(2)
    Adding a Bill of Materials
    213(4)
    Index 217

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