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Publication Date: 2011
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
1. Introduction to Parametric Models a. Part Models: b. Part Drawings c. Assembly Models d. Assembly drawings 2. Part Modeling I – Extruded Features a. Sketched Feature – Extruded b. Placed Features – Fillet / Chamfer / Dome c. Feature operations - Mirror / Rectangular Pattern / Shell 3. Assembly Modeling I - Assembly Constraints a. Assembly Constraints: Mate – Planes / Axis b. Use of Reference Geometry c. Feature operations: Mirror, Rectangular Pattern 4. Part / Assembly Drawings – Views / Lines a. Part Drawings i. Views: Orthographic / Isometric ii. Lines: Hidden / Center / Tangent Edge b. Assembly Drawings i. Views: Orthographic / Isometric ii. Lines: Hidden / Center / Tangent Edge 5. Part Modeling II - Revolved Features a. Sketched Feature - Revolve b. Cosmetic Feature - Threads c. Feature operations – Circular Pattern 6. Assembly Modeling II – Exploded Views a. Constraints - Angle b. Exploded View c. Assembly operations: Copy / Replace Components 7. Part / Assembly Drawing II – Adding information to the drawing a. Part Drawing i. Placed Dimensions b. Assembly Drawing i. Exploded view ii. Balloons iii. Parts List 8. Part Modeling III – Using the part model a. Sketch Features – Sweep / Loft b. Limits (3D dimensions) c. Properties – Material / Appearance d. Application – Render / Measure / Geometric Properties 9. Assembly Modeling III – Using the assembly model a. Assembly Features b. Animation c. Application – Interference / Measure / Geometric properties 10. Part / Assembly Drawimgs III – Adding Details a. Part Drawing i. Model items / automatic insert – Volume / Weight / Area ii. Basic Limits iii. Shaded Views b. Assy Drawing i. Shaded Views ii. Customize Parts List (Material / Weight / Volume / Area 11. Conclusion: a. Managing changesShahan, James is the author of 'Quick Cad Series : Solidworks', published 2011 under ISBN 9781418014186 and ISBN 1418014184.
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