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A Step-by-Step Project Based Approach
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David C. Planchard CSWP
Marie P. Planchard CSWP

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The SketchXpert PropertyManager

provides the ability to diagnose an over

defined sketch to create a fully defined

sketch. If you have an over defined

sketch, click Over Defined at the bottom

of the Graphics window toolbar. The

SketchXpert PropertyManager is displayed.

Click the Diagnose button.

Select the desired solution and click the

Accept button from the Results box.







Activity: AXLE Part-View Modes

Orthographic projection is the process of projecting

views onto Parallel planes with ⊥ projectors.

The default reference planes are the Front, Top and

Right Planes.

The Isometric view displays the part in 3D with two

equal projection angles.

The Heads-up View toolbar illustration may vary

depending on your SolidWorks release version.

Click View, Origins from the Menu bar menu to display

the Origin in the Graphics window.

Display the various view modes using the Heads-up View toolbar.

52) Click Front view from the Heads-up View toolbar.

53) Click Top view from the Heads-up View

toolbar.

54) Click Right view from the Heads-up View

toolbar.

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55) Click Isometric view from the Heads-up View toolbar.

View modes manipulate the model in the Graphics window.

Display the various View modes.

56) Press the lower case z key to zoom out.

57) Press the upper case Z key to zoom in.

58) Click Zoom to Fit to display the full size of the part in the

current window.

59) Right-click in the Graphics window. View the available view tools.

60) Click inside the Graphics window.

Rotate the model.

61) Click the middle mouse button and move your mouse. The model

rotates. The Rotate icon is displayed.

62) Press the up arrow on your key board. The arrow keys rotate the

model in 15 degree increments.

View modes remain active until deactivated from the View

toolbar or unchecked from the pop-up menu.

Utilize the center wheel of the mouse to Zoom In/Zoom Out

and Rotate the model in the Graphics window.

View the various Display Styles.

63) Click Isometric view from the Heads-up View

toolbar.

64) Click the drop-down arrow from the Display Styles

box from the Heads-up Views toolbar as illustrated.

SolidWorks provides five key Display Styles:

• Shaded . Displays a shaded view of the model

with no edges.

• Shaded With Edges . Displays a shaded view

of the model, with edges.

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Exercise 1.4: FLATBAR - 3HOLE Part

Create an ANSI, IPS FLATBAR - 3HOLE part document.

• Utilize the Front Plane for the Sketch plane. Insert an

Extruded Base (Boss-Extrude1) feature. No Tangent Edges

displayed.

• Create an Extruded Cut feature. This is your seed feature.

Apply the Linear Pattern feature. The FLATBAR - 3HOLE

part is manufactured from 0.06in., [1.5mm] 6061 Alloy.

Exercise 1.5: FLATBAR - 5HOLE Part

Create an ANSI, IPS, FLATBAR - 5HOLE part as illustrated.

• Utilize the Front Plane for the Sketch plane. Insert an

Extruded Base (Boss-Extrude1) feature.

• Create an Extruded Cut feature. This is your seed feature.

Apply the Linear Pattern feature. The FLATBAR - 5HOLE

part is manufactured from 0.06in, [1.5mm] 6061 Alloy.

• Calculate the required dimensions for the FLATBAR -

5HOLE part. Use the following information: Holes are

.500in. on center, Radius is .250in., and Hole diameter is

.190in.

• No Tangent edges

displayed.

Think design

intent. When do you

use the various End

Conditions and Geometric sketch relations? What are you

trying to do with the design? How does the component fit into

an Assembly?

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Exercise 1.6: Simple Block Part

Create the illustrated ANSI part. Note the

location of the Origin in the illustration.

• Calculate the overall mass of the

illustrated model.

• Apply the Mass Properties tool.

• Think about the steps that you would

take to build the model.

• Review the provided information

carefully.

• Units are represented in the IPS,

(inch, pound, second) system.

• A = 3.50in, B = .70in



Exercise 1.7: Simple Block Part

Create the illustrated ANSI part.

Note the location of the Origin in the

illustration.

Create the sketch symmetric about

the Front Plane. The Front Plane in

this problem is not your Sketch

Plane. Utilize the Blind End

Condition in Direction 1.

• Calculate the overall mass of the

illustrated model.

• Apply the Mass Properties tool.

• Think about the steps that you would take to build the model.

• Review the provided information carefully. Units are

represented in the IPS, (inch, pound, second) system.

• A = 3.00in, B = .75in

Note: Sketch1 is symmetrical.

Given:
A = 3.50
B = .70
Material: 1060 Alloy
Density = 0.0975 lb/in^3
Units: IPS
Decimal places = 2

Given:
A = 3.00
B = .75
Material: Copper
Density = 0.321 lb/in^3
Units: IPS
Decimal places = 2




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