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Engineering Design and Graphics with SolidWorks
James D. Bethune
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Contents
Preface
CHAPTER 1 Getting Started
Chapter Objectives
1-1 Introduction
1-2 Starting a New Document
Starting a New Part Document
Selecting a Sketch Plane
1-3 SolidWorks Colors
1-4 Creating a Fully Defined Circle
Changing an Existing Dimension
Fully Defined Entities
1-5 Units
Changing Units
1-6 Rectangle
Sketching a Rectangle
Exiting the Sketch Mode
Reentering the Sketch Mode
1-7 Moving Around the Drawing Screen
Zooming the Rectangle
Moving the Rectangle
Reorientating the Rectangle
1-8 Orientation
Returning to the Top View Orientation—View Selector
Returning to the Top View Orientation—Top View
Returning to the Top View Orientation—Orientation Triad
1-9 Sample Problem SP1-1
Fixing a Line in PlaceSketch Relations
1-10 Creating 3D Models
Creating a 3D Model
1-11 Saving Documents
Saving a Document
1-12 Sample Problem SP1-2
1-13 Holes
Creating a Hole
Chapter Project
CHAPTER 2 Sketch Entities and Tools
Chapter Objectives
2-1 Introduction
2-2 Mouse Gestures and the S Key
Mouse Gestures
Using Mouse Gestures
Accessing Mouse Gestures Settings
Adding a Tool to a Mouse Gestures Wheel
S Key
Activating the S Key
Customizing the S Key Shortcut Toolbar
Removing a Tool from the S Key Toolbar
2-3 Origins
Showing the Origin
2-4 Circle
Sketching a Circle
Sketching a Perimeter Circle Using Three Points
Sketching a Perimeter Circle Tangent to Three Lines
2-5 Rectangle
Sketching a Center Rectangle
Sketching a 3 Point Corner Rectangle
Sketching a 3 Point Center Rectangle
Sketching a Parallelogram2-6 Slots
Sketching a Straight Slot
Sketching a Centerpoint Straight Slot
Sketching a 3 Point Arc Slot
Sketching a Centerpoint Arc Slot
2-7 Perimeter Circle
Sketching a Perimeter Circle
2-8 Arcs
Sketching a Centerpoint Arc
Sketching a Tangent Arc
Sketching a 3 Point Arc
2-9 Polygons
Sketching a Hexagon
2-10 Spline
Sketching a Spline
Editing a Spline
2-11 Ellipse
Sketching an Ellipse
Sketching a Partial Ellipse
Sketching a Parabola
Conic Section
Sketching a Conic
2-12 Fillets and Chamfers
Sketching a Fillet
Sketching a Chamfer
Sketching a Chamfer Using Distance-Distance—Equal Distance
Sketching a Chamfer Using Angle-Distance
Sketching a Chamfer Using Distance-Distance—Not Equal Distance
2-13 Sketch Text
Adding Text
Changing the Font and Size of Text
Adding Text to a Feature
Creating Text that Wraps Around Two Features2-14 Point
2-15 Trim Entities
Trimming Entities
2-16 Extend Entities
Extending Entities in a Sketch
2-17 Offset Entities
Sketching an Offset Line
2-18 Mirror Entities
Creating a Mirror Entity
2-19 Linear Sketch Pattern
Creating a Linear Sketch Pattern
2-20 Circular Sketch Pattern
Creating a Circular Sketch Pattern
2-21 Move Entities
Moving an Entity
2-22 Copy Entities
Copying an Entity
2-23 Rotate Entities
Rotating an Entity
2-24 Scale Entities
Scaling an Entity
2-25 Stretch Entities
Stretching an Entity
2-26 Split Entities
Splitting an Entity
2-27 Jog Lines
Using the Jog Line Tool
2-28 Centerline
Using the Centerline Tool
2-29 Sample Problem SP2-1
2-30 Sample Problem SP2-2
2-31 Sample Problem SP2-3
Chapter ProjectsCHAPTER 3 Features
Chapter Objectives
3-1 Introduction
3-2 Extruded Boss/Base
Using the Extruded Boss/Base Tool
Creating Inward Draft Sides
Creating an Outward Draft
3-3 Sample Problem SP3-1
3-4 Extruded Cut
3-5 Hole Wizard
3-6 Creating a Hole with the Circle and Extruded Cut Tools
3-7 Blind Holes
Creating a Blind Hole—Inches
Creating a Blind Hole—Metric
3-8 Fillet
Creating a Fillet with a Variable Radius
Creating a Fillet Using the Face Fillet Option
Creating a Fillet Using the Full Round Fillet Option
3-9 Chamfer
Defining a Chamfer Using an Angle and a Distance
Defining a Chamfer Using Two Distances
Defining a Vertex Chamfer
3-10 Revolved Boss/Base
3-11 Revolved Cut
3-12 Reference Planes
Creating a Reference Plane
3-13 Lofted Boss/Base
3-14 Shell
3-15 Swept Boss/Base
3-16 Draft
3-17 Linear Sketch Pattern
3-18 Circular Sketch Pattern3-19 Mirror
3-20 Helix Curves and Springs
Drawing a Helix
Drawing a Spring From the Given Helix
3-21 Compression Springs
Creating Ground Ends
3-22 Torsional Springs
Drawing a Torsional Spring
3-23 Extension Springs
Drawing an Extension Spring
3-24 Wrap
Creating Debossed Text
3-25 Editing Features
Editing the Hole
Editing the Cutout
3-26 Sample Problem SP3-2
Drawing a Cylinder
Creating a Slanted Surface on the Cylinder
Adding the Vertical Slot
Adding the Ø8 Hole
3-27 Sample Problem SP3-3
3-28 Curve Driven Patterns
Using the Curve Driven Pattern Tool—Example 1
Using the Curve Driven Pattern Tool—Example 2
Chapter Projects
CHAPTER 4 Orthographic Views
Chapter Objectives
4-1 Introduction
4-2 Third- and First-Angle Projections
4-3 Fundamentals of Orthographic Views
Normal Surfaces
Hidden LinesPrecedence of Lines
Slanted Surfaces
Compound Lines
Oblique Surfaces
Rounded Surfaces
4-4 Drawing Orthographic Views
Moving Orthographic Views
Creating Other Views
4-5 Section Views
4-6 Drawing a Section View
Changing the Style of a Section View
4-7 Aligned Section Views
4-8 Broken Views
Creating a Broken View
4-9 Detail Views
Drawing a Detail View
4-10 Auxiliary Views
Drawing an Auxiliary View
4-11 First-Angle Projection
Creating Three Orthographic Views Using First-Angle Projection
Chapter Projects
CHAPTER 5 Assemblies
Chapter Objectives
5-1 Introduction
5-2 Starting an Assembly
5-3 Move Component
5-4 Rotate Component
5-5 Mouse Gestures for Assemblies
5-6 Mate
Creating the First Assembly Using Mates
Creating a Second Assembly
Creating a Third Assembly5-7 Bottom-up Assemblies
5-8 Creating an Exploded Isometric Assembly
5-9 Creating an Exploded Isometric Drawing
5-10 Assembly Numbers
5-11 Bill of Materials (BOM or Parts List)
Editing the BOM
Adding Columns to the BOM
Changing the Width of a Column
Changing the Width of Rows and Columns
Changing the BOM’s Font
5-12 Title Blocks
Revision Letters
Editing a Title Block
Release Blocks
Tolerance Blocks
Application Blocks
5-13 Animate Collapse
5-14 Sample Problem SP5-1
5-15 Using the Motion Study Tool
Viewing the Assembly Motion
5-16 Editing a Part Within an Assembly
5-17 Interference Detection/Clearance Verification
Interference Detection
Detecting an Interference
Verifying the Clearance
Removing the Interference
Verifying that a Clearance Exists
Chapter Projects
CHAPTER 6 Threads and Fasteners
Chapter Objectives
6-1 Introduction
6-2 Thread TerminologyPitch
6-3 Thread Callouts—ANSI Metric Units
6-4 Thread Callouts—ANSI Unified Screw Threads
6-5 Thread Representations
6-6 Internal Threads—Inches
6-7 Threaded Blind Holes—Inches
6-8 Internal Threads—Metric
6-9 Accessing the Design Library
6-10 Thread Pitch
6-11 Determining an External Thread Length—Inches
6-12 Smart Fasteners
6-13 Determining an Internal Thread Length
6-14 Set Screws
6-15 Drawing a Threaded Hole in the Side of a Cylinder
6-16 Adding Set Screws to the Collar
Chapter Projects
CHAPTER 7 Dimensioning
Chapter Objectives
7-1 Introduction
7-2 Terminology and Conventions—ANSI
Common Terms
Dimensioning Conventions
Common Errors to Avoid
7-3 Adding Dimensions to a Drawing
Controlling Dimensions
Dimensioning Short Distances
Autodimension Tool
Creating Baseline Dimensions
Creating Ordinate Dimensions
7-4 Drawing Scale
7-5 Units
Aligned DimensionsHole Dimensions
7-6 Dimensioning Holes and Fillets
Dimensioning a Blind Hole
Dimensioning Hole Patterns
7-7 Dimensioning Counterbored and Countersunk Holes
Counterbored Hole with Threads
Dimensioning Countersink Holes
Dimensioning the Block
7-8 Angular Dimensions
Dimensioning an Evenly Spaced Hole Pattern
7-9 Ordinate Dimensions
Creating Ordinate Dimensions
7-10 Baseline Dimensions
Creating Baseline Dimensions
Hole Tables
7-11 Locating Dimensions
7-12 Fillets and Rounds
7-13 Rounded Shapes—Internal
7-14 Rounded Shapes—External
7-15 Irregular Surfaces
7-16 Polar Dimensions
7-17 Chamfers
7-18 Symbols and Abbreviations
7-19 Symmetrical and Centerline Symbols
7-20 Dimensioning to a Point
7-21 Dimensioning Section Views
7-22 Dimensioning Orthographic Views
Dimensions Using Centerlines
Chapter Projects
CHAPTER 8 Tolerancing
Chapter Objectives
8-1 Introduction8-2 Direct Tolerance Methods
8-3 Tolerance Expressions
8-4 Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances
8-5 Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances
Adding Plus and Minus Symmetric Tolerances Using the Dimension
Text Box
8-6 Creating Limit Tolerances
8-7 Creating Angular Tolerances
8-8 Standard Tolerances
8-9 Double-Dimensioning Errors
8-10 Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions
Baseline Dimensions
8-11 Tolerance Studies
Calculating the Maximum Length of A
Calculating the Minimum Length of A
8-12 Rectangular Dimensions
8-13 Hole Locations
8-14 Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole
For Linear Dimensions and Tolerances
8-15 Sample Problem SP8-1
8-16 Sample Problem SP8-2
8-17 Nominal Sizes
8-18 Standard Fits (Metric Values)
Clearance Fits
Transitional Fits
Interference Fits
8-19 Standard Fits (Inch Values)
Adding a Fit Callout to a Drawing
Reading Fit Tables
8-20 Preferred and Standard Sizes
8-21 Surface Finishes
8-22 Surface Control Symbols
8-23 Applying Surface Control SymbolsAdding a Lay Symbol to a Drawing
8-24 Design Problems
Floating Condition
Fixed Condition
Designing a Hole Given a Fastener Size
8-25 Geometric Tolerances
8-26 Tolerances of Form
8-27 Flatness
8-28 Straightness
8-29 Straightness (RFS and MMC)
8-30 Circularity
8-31 Cylindricity
8-32 Geometric Tolerances Using SolidWorks
8-33 Datums
Adding a Datum Indicator
Defining a Perpendicular Tolerance
Defining a Straightness Value for Datum Surface A
8-34 Tolerances of Orientation
8-35 Perpendicularity
8-36 Parallelism
8-37 Angularity
8-38 Profiles
8-39 Runouts
8-40 Positional Tolerances
8-41 Creating Positional Tolerances
Creating the Positional Tolerance
8-42 Virtual Condition
Calculating the Virtual Condition for a Shaft
Calculating the Virtual Condition for a Hole
8-43 Floating Fasteners
8-44 Sample Problem SP8-3
8-45 Sample Problem SP8-4
8-46 Fixed Fasteners8-47 Sample Problem SP8-5
8-48 Design Problems
Chapter Projects
CHAPTER 9 Bearings and Fit Tolerances
Chapter Objectives
9-1 Introduction
9-2 Sleeve Bearings
Drawing a Sleeve Bearing
Using a Sleeve Bearing in an Assembly Drawing
9-3 Bearings from the Toolbox
9-4 Ball Bearings
9-5 Fits and Tolerances for Bearings
9-6 Fits—Inches
9-7 Clearance Fits
9-8 Hole Basis
9-9 Shaft Basis
9-10 Sample Problem SP9-1
9-11 Interference Fits
9-12 Manufactured Bearings
Clearance for a Manufactured Bearing
Applying a Clearance Fit Tolerance
Interference for a Manufactured Bearing
Applying an Interference Fit Tolerance
Applying Standard Fit Tolerances to an Assembly Drawing
9-13 Fit Tolerances—Millimeters
Chapter Projects
CHAPTER 10 Gears
Chapter Objectives
10-1 Introduction
10-2 Gear Terminology
10-3 Gear Formulas10-4 Creating Gears
Creating a Gear Assembly
Animating the Gears
10-5 Gear Ratios
10-6 Gears and Bearings
Adding Bearings
10-7 Power Transmission—Shaft to Gear
10-8 Set Screws and Gear Hubs
Adding a Threaded Hole to the Gear’s Hub
10-9 Keys, Keyseats, and Gears
Defining and Creating Keyseats in Gears
Returning to the Assembly Drawing
Defining and Creating a Parallel Key
Creating a Keyseat in the Shaft
Creating the Keyseat
Creating the Arc-Shaped End of a Keyseat
10-10 Sample Problem SP10-1
Determining the Pitch Diameter
Editing the Bill of Materials
10-11 Rack and Pinion Gears
Animating the Rack and Pinion
10-12 Metric Gears
Creating a Metric Gear
Chapter Projects
CHAPTER 11 CSWA Preparation
Chapter Objectives
11-1 Introduction
11-2 Working with Cubes
Problem 11-1
11-3 Drawing Profiles
Problem 11-2
Problem 11-3Problem 11-4
Problem 11-5
Problem 11-6
11-4 Drawing Small 3D Objects
Problem 11-7
Problem 11-8
Problem 11-9
Problem 11-10
Problem 11-11
Problem 11-12
11-5 Drawing Larger Objects
Problem 11-13
Problem 11-14
Problem 11-15
Problem 11-16
Problem 11-17
Problem 11-18
Problem 11-19
Problem 11-20
11-6 Drawing Auxiliary Views
Problem 11-21
Problem 11-22
Problem 11-23
11-7 Drawing Break Views
Problem 11-24
Problem 11-25
11-8 Drawing Section Views
Problem 11-26
Problem 11-27
Problem 11-28
11-9 Drawing Detail Views
Problem 11-29
Problem 11-3011-10 Drawing Lines and Views
Problem 11-31
Problem 11-32
Problem 11-33
11-11 Creating Assemblies
Problem 11-34
Problem 11-35
11-12 Problem Answers
APPENDIX
Index
Index
Numerics
2D shape
creating, 28–31
drawing, 20–23
3 point arc, sketching, 69–70
3 point arc slot, sketching, 64
3 Point Arc Slot tool, 64
3 point center rectangle, sketching, 58–59
3 point corner rectangle, sketching, 57–58
3D model, creating, 25–26
A
abbreviations, 498–499
accessing
Design Library, 390–392
Mouse Gestures settings, 45–46
activating, S Key, 48
addendum, 655
adding
columns to a BOM (bill of materials), 332–333
datum indicator, 563–564
dimensions to a drawing, 450–454
plus and minus tolerances, 524–525
screw sets to a collar, 409–410
text, 85
text to a feature, 86
aligned dimensions, 462
aligned section view, 258–259
angular dimensions, 448, 480–484angular tolerance, creating, 526–528
angularity tolerances, 569–570
Animate Collapse tool, 339–340
animating, gears, 661–662, 689–690
Annotation tools
Auto Balloon, 327
Autodimension, 457–459
creating baseline dimensions, 459
creating ordinate dimensions, 460
Balloon, 326–328
Datum Feature, 563, 564
Geometric Tolerance, 565–566
Note tool, 337–338
Smart Dimension, 6, 8, 11–12, 17, 23, 387, 451, 457
ANSI (American National Standards Institute). See also English units; inch values; metric
units
dimensioning terminology and conventions, 448–449
orthographic view standards, 229
thread standards, 383–384
threads, 381, 392
application blocks, 339
applying, surface control symbols, 547–549
arcs
3 point, sketching, 69–70
centerpoint, sketching, 67–68
tangent, sketching, 68–69
Assembly tools
Animate Collapse, 339–340
Clearance Verification, 353, 355–356
Exploded View, 321–324
Interference Detection, 349–350
Mate, 311–316, 318–320
Motion Study, 344–346
Mouse Gestures, 310–311
Move Component, 308–309Rotate Component, 309–310
assembly/ies
application blocks, 339
BOM (bill of materials), 328–329
adding columns, 332–333
changing the font, 334–335
changing the width of columns and rows, 333–334
editing, 330–331
bottom-up, 316–321
exploded isometric, creating, 321–324
Fix option, 308
gear, 674–675
adding bearings, 663–666
animating the gears, 661–662
creating, 657–661
interference
detecting, 350–352
removing, 353–355
motion, viewing, 346
numbers, 326–328
origin, 307
parts, editing, 347–349
release block, 338
revision letters, 336
Rotator, 341–344
sleeve bearings, 621–622
standard fit tolerance, applying, 634–635
starting, 305–308
title block, 335, 336–338
assigning
tolerances, 549–550
tools to the Mouse Gestures wheel, 46–47
Auto Balloon tool, 327
Autodimension tool, 457–459
auxiliary views, drawing, 262–266B
backlash, 655
ball bearings, 619, 626–628
Balloon tool, 326–328
baseline dimensions, 459, 488–490, 529–532
basic dimensions, 574
bearings, 628
adding to gear assemblies, 663–666
applying a clearance fit tolerance, 632–633
ball, 619, 626–628
clearance fits, 628–629
fits, 628
hole basis, 629
interference fit, 630–631
manufactured, 631–632
clearance fit, 632
interference fit, 633
shaft basis, 629–630
sleeve, 619, 620
drawing, 620–621
using in an assembly drawing, 621–622
from the Toolbox, 623–626
bilateral tolerance, 519–520
blind holes, 205, 466
creating, 143–146
dimensioning, 466–471
threaded, inch values, 387–388
bolt threads, 396
BOM (bill of materials), 328–329
adding columns, 332–333
changing the font, 334–335
changing the width of columns and rows, 333
editing, 330–331, 683–686
bottom-up assemblies, 316–321broken views, 259–261
C
callouts
ball bearings, 626
fit, 540–541
thread, 382–383
CD (center distance), 655
center rectangle, sketching, 56–57
Centerline tool, 110–111
centerlines
dimensions, 502
extending, 463
symbol, 500
centerpoint arc, sketching, 67–68
centerpoint arc slot, sketching, 65–66
centerpoint straight slot, sketching, 63
Centerpoint Straight Slot tool, 63
chain dimensions, 529–531
Chamfer tool, 153
defining a chamfer using an angle and a distance, 153–154
defining a chamfer using two distances, 154–155
defining a vertex chamfer, 155–156
chamfer/s
dimensioning, 497–498
sketching, 82
using angle-distance, 83
using distance-distance – equal distance, 82
using distance-distance – not equal distance, 84
vertex, 155–156
changing
existing dimension, 10–11
style of a section view, 257
text font and size, 85–86units, 15
Circle tool, 9, 52–54, 141–142
circle/s
changing an existing dimension, 10–11
under defined, 11
defining the diameter, 53–54
fully defined, creating, 8–10
locational value, 11
perimeter
sketching, 66–67
sketching tangent to three lines, 55–56
sketching using three points, 54–55
sketching, 52–54
circular pitch, 655
Circular Sketch Pattern tool, 176–177
circular sketch patterns, creating, 97–99
circular thickness, 655
circularity tolerance, 559–560
class, threads, 383–384
clearance, 655
clearance fit, 539, 628–629, 632–633
Clearance Verification tool, 353, 355–356
closed spline, 72
Coincident relation icon, 5
colors, 8
Column Width dialog box, 333
column/s
adding to BOM (bill of materials), 332–333
width, changing on a BOM (bill of materials), 333
compound lines, 237
compression springs, 181–182
Concentric relation icon, 23
conic section, sketching, 79–80
controlling, dimensions, 454–455
copying, entities, 100–102counterbored holes, dimensioning, 469–478
countersink holes, dimensioning, 479–480
creating
2D shapes, 28–31
3D models, 25–26
angular tolerances, 526–528
baseline dimensions, 459, 488–490
broken views, 260–261
exploded isometric drawings, 324–326
fillets, with variable radius, 148–149
gears, 656–657, 690–691
ground ends, 183–184
holes, 32–36, 141–142
blind, 143–146
inward draft sides, 132–133
keyseats, 671–674, 678–679
limit tolerances, 525–526
linear sketch pattern, 95–97
mirror entities, 92–94
ordinate dimensions, 460, 486–488
outward draft, 133–134
plus and minus tolerances, 522–523
positional tolerance, 575–578
reference plane, 161–165
crest, 381
Curve Driven Pattern tool, 208–213
curved surfaces, dimensioning to a point, 500
Customize dialog box, 45, 49
customizing, S Key toolbar, 49–51
cutout, editing, 196–197
cylinders. See also sleeve bearings
creating a slanted surface, 200
drawing, 198–200
hole, adding, 203–205
straightness tolerance, 556threaded holes, adding, 405–409
vertical slot, adding, 201–203
cylindricity tolerance, 560
D
datum, 561–563
indicator, adding, 563–564
surfaces, 545
Datum Feature tool, 563, 564
debossed text, creating, 191–194
dedendum, 655
under defined entities, 11
Design Library, 381
accessing, 390–392
Limits and Fits option, 539
nuts, 394–396
threads, 383
washers, 393–394
detail view, drawing, 261–262
detailed representation, threads, 384
detecting, interference, 350–352
dialog box
Column Width, 333
Customize, 45, 49
Documents Properties - Drafting Standard, 454
Formatting, 330, 336
Make Dimension Driven?, 13
Modify, 10, 29
New SolidWorks Document, 240, 672
Properties/Geometric Tolerance, 564
S Key, 47
Smart Fastener, 399
diameter
calculating, 535–538clearance fit, 539
defining, 53–54
fixed condition, 551–552
floating condition, 550–551
interference fit, 539, 540
major, 382
minor, 381
outside, 655
pitch, 655, 681–683
root, 655
transition fit, 539
diametral pitch, 655
Dimension Property Manager, 464
Dimension Text box, adding plus and minus symmetric tolerances, 524–525
dimensions and dimensioning, 1, 7. See also tolerances
adding to a drawing, 450–454
aligned, 462
angular, 448, 480–484
baseline, 459, 488–490, 529–532
basic, 574
blind holes, 466–471
chain, 529–531
chamfers, 497–498
changing, 10–11
circle, 12–13
common errors to avoid, 449–450
controlling, 454–455
conventions, 449
counterbored holes, 469–478
countersink holes, 479–480
datum, 561–563
designing a hole given a fastener size, 553
double, 457, 493, 528–529
drawing scale, 460–461
driving, 13evenly spaced hole pattern, 484–485
extension lines, 448, 449
hole patterns, 468–469
hole tables, 490–491
holes, 462–466
irregular surfaces, 495–496
leader lines, 448, 449
linear, 448
lines, 448
locating, 492–493
nominal size, 535–537, 549
ordinate, 460, 485, 486–488
orthographic views, 501–502
overall, 455
to a point, 500
polar, 496–497, 535
rectangular, 533
reference, 13, 495
section views, 501
short distances, 455–457
slots, 493–494
standard tolerances, 461
symbols and abbreviations, 498–499
unidirectional, 462
units, 14–15, 461–462
using centerlines, 502
values, 455, 461
document/s
part
sketch plane, selecting, 3–8
starting, 2–3
saving, 27–28
Documents Properties - Drafting Standard dialog box, 454
double dimensioning, 457, 493, 528–529
Draft tool, 172–173drawing/s. See also assembly/ies
2D shape, 20–23
abbreviations, 498–499
adding dimensions, 450–454
auxiliary view, 262–266
callouts, thread, 382–383
cylinders, 198–200
detail views, 261–262
fit callout, adding, 540–541
helix, 179–180
lay symbol, adding, 548–549
orthographic view, 240–248
scale, 460–461
section views, 252–257
sheet sizes, 241
sleeve bearings, 620–621
springs, 180–181
extension, 187–191
torsional, 184–187
symbols, 498–499
threads
blind holes, 387–388
internal, 384–387
driving dimension, 13
E
editing, 195
BOM (bill of materials), 330–331, 683–686
cutout, 196–197
dimensions, 454–455
holes, 195–196
parts within an assembly, 347–349
splines, 73
title block, 336–338ellipse
conic section, sketching, 79–80
partial, sketching, 75–76
sketching, 74–75
English units, 14–15, 542. See also metric units
entities
center, 110–111
copying, 100–102
under defined, 11
extending, 89–90
fully defined, 11–13
mirror, creating, 92–94
moving, 18, 99–100
rotating, 102–103, 151–153
scaling, 103–104
Sketch Relations, 24–25
splitting, 106–109
stretching, 104–106
trimming, 88
evenly spaced hole pattern, dimensioning, 484–485
exam preparation, 715
creating assemblies, 747–749
drawing auxiliary views, 735–737
drawing break views, 737–738
drawing larger objects, 727–734
drawing lines and views, 744–747
drawing profiles, 717–721
drawing section views, 739–741, 742–743
drawing small 3D objects, 721–726
working with cubes, 716–717
Exit Sketch mode icon, 17
exploded isometric assembly, creating, 321–324
exploded isometric drawing, creating, 324–326
Exploded View tool, 321–324, 622
extendingcenterlines, 463
entities, 89–90
extension lines, 448, 449
extension springs, drawing, 187–191
Extrude Boss/Base tool, 129–132, 134–136
creating an outward draft, 133–134
creating inward draft sides, 132–133
extrusion depth, defining, 132
Extruded Cut tool, 137–138, 141–142, 203
F
face width, 655
fasteners, 399–400, 553
fixed, 582–584
fixed condition, 551–552
floating, 579–582
floating condition, 550–551
screw sets, 404–405
features, text
adding, 86
wrapping, 87
Features tools, 3
Chamfer, 153
defining a vertex chamfer, 155–156
defining using an angle and a distance, 153–154
defining using two distances, 154–155
Circular Sketch Pattern, 176–177
Curve Driven Pattern, 208–213
Draft, 172–173
Extrude Boss/Base, 129–132, 134–136
creating an outward draft, 133–134
creating inward draft sides, 132–133
extrusion depth, defining, 132
Extruded Cut, 137–138, 203Fillet, 146–148
creating a fillet with a variable radius, 148–149
Face Fillet option, 150–151
Full Round Fillet option, 151–153
Hole Wizard, 138–142, 462, 466–471
creating a blind hole, 143–146
dimensioning counterbored and countersunk holes, 469–480
internal threads, drawing, 384–387
threaded blind holes, drawing, 387–388
threaded hole, drawing on the side of a cylinder, 406–409
Linear Sketch Pattern, 174–175
Lofted Boss/Base, 165–168
Mirror, 177–179
Revolved Boss/Base, 156–159
Revolved Cut, 159–160
Shell, 168–169
Swept Boss/Base, 170–172
Wrap, 191–194
Fillet tool, 146–148
Face Fillet option, 150–151
Full Round Fillet option, 151–153
fillets, 146–148
creating with a variable radius, 148–149
dimensioning, 493
sketching, 81
first-angle projection, orthographic views, 229–230, 243, 266–268
fit/s, 628
callout, adding to a drawing, 540–541
clearance, 539, 628–629, 632–633
interference, 539, 540, 630–631
locational, 630
metric, 635
press, 633
standard, 540, 634–635
tables, 542transition, 539
fixed condition, 551–552
fixed fasteners, 582–584
flatness tolerances, 554–555
floating condition, 550–551
floating fasteners, 579–582
font
changing, 85–86
changing on a BOM (bill of materials), 334–335
Formatting dialog box, 330, 336
formulas, gear, 655
fully defined entities, 8–10, 11–13
G
gear/s
addendum, 655
animating, 689–690
assemblies, 674–675
adding bearings, 663–666
animating the gears, 661–662
creating, 657–661
backlash, 655
CD (center distance), 655
circular pitch, 655
circular thickness, 655
clearance, 655
creating, 656–657
dedendum, 655
diametral pitch, 655
face width, 655
formulas, 655
hub
adding, 666–667
threaded hole, adding, 668–671keyseat
creating, 671–674, 678–679
creating in the shaft, 676–678
creating the arc-shaped end, 679–680
metric, 690–691
module, 655
number of teeth, 655
outside diameter, 655
parallel keys, 675–676
pitch diameter, 655, 681–683
preferred pitch, 655
pressure angle, 655
rack and pinion, 687–689
ratios, 663
root diameter, 655
set screws, 666–667
spur, 681
train, 663
whole depth, 655
working depth, 655
Geometric Tolerance tool, 565–566
geometric tolerances, 554, 561, 584–587
ground ends, creating, 183–184
H
helix, drawing, 179–180
hexagon, sketching, 70–72
hidden lines, 234–235
Hole Callout tool, 477
Hole Wizard tool, 32, 138–142, 462, 466–471
internal threads, drawing, 384–387
threaded blind holes, inches, 387–388
threaded hole, drawing on the side of a cylinder, 406–409
hole/s, 32, 203–205basis, 629–630
blind, 143, 205, 466
dimensioning, 466–471
threaded, 387–388
counterbored, dimensioning, 469–478
countersink, dimensioning, 479–480
creating, 32–36, 141–142
designing given a fastener size, 553
dimensions, 462–466
editing, 195–196
evenly spaced pattern, dimensioning, 484–485
locations, 533–535
patterns, dimensioning, 468–469
shaft tolerance, calculating, 535–537
tables, 490–491
threaded
adding to a gear’s hub, 668–671
adding to the side of a cylinder, 405–409
tolerance, calculating, 538
virtual condition, 579
hub, gear, 666–667, 668–671
I
icon/s
Coincident relation, 5
Concentric relation, 23
Design Library, 391
Exit Sketch mode, 17
Line, 6
origin, hiding/showing, 321
Sketch toolbar, 3
inch values
standard fits, 540
threaded blind holes, 387–388zero limit, 521
interference
detecting, 350–352
fit, 539, 540, 630–631, 633
removing, 353–355
Interference Detection tool, 349–350
internal threads
inches, 384–388
length, 401–404
metric, 388–390
threaded blind holes, 387–388
irregular surfaces, dimensioning, 495–496
isometric drawing, creating, 324–326
J-K
Jog Line tool, 110
keys, 671, 675–676
keyseat, 671
creating, 671–674, 678–679
creating in the shaft, 676–678
creating the arc-shaped end, 679–680
L
lay symbol, adding to a drawing, 548–549
leader lines, 448, 449
length
internal thread, 401–404
thread, 392–397
limit tolerance, 525–526
Line tool, 5, 22, 28, 43–44
linear dimensions, 448
Linear Sketch Pattern tool, 174–175
linear sketch patterns, creating, 95–97linear tolerance, 533
lines
compound, 237
hidden, 234–235
offset, sketching, 91–92
precedence, 235–236
locating dimensions, 492–493
locational fit, 630
locational tolerance, 567
locational value, 11
Lofted Boss/Base tool, 165–168
M
major diameter, 382
Make Dimension Driven? dialog box, 13
Make Fixed tool, 24
manufactured bearings, 631–632, 633
Mate tool, 311–316, 318–320
metric units, 14–15, 635
fit tables, 542
gears, 690–691
threads, 382, 388–390
minor diameter, 381
mirror entities, creating, 92–94
Mirror tool, 177–179
MMC (maximum material condition), 557–559
Model View tool, 252–253
Modify dialog box, 10, 29
module, 655
Motion Study tool, 344–346
Mouse Gestures, 44
accessing settings, 45–46
for assemblies, 310–311
assigning a tool to the wheel, 46–47Move Component tool, 308–309
moving
entities, 18, 99–100
orthographic views, 249
rectangles, 19
N
New SolidWorks Document dialog box, 240, 672
nominal size, 549
non-parametric modeler, 1
normal surfaces, orthographic views, 233–234
Note tool, 337–338
numbers, assembly, 326–328
nuts, 394–396
O
oblique surfaces, 238
offset line, sketching, 91–92
open spline, 72
ordinate dimensions, 460, 485, 486–488
orientation
returning to original
using the Orientation Triad, 20
using the Top View tool, 20
using the View Selector, 19–20
tolerances, 566
Top view, 19
Orientation Triad, 20
origin, 5, 51
assembly, 307
icons, 321
showing, 51–52
orthographic views, 229ANSI standards, 229
compound lines, 237
dimensioning, 501–502
drawing, 240–248
first-angle projection, 229–230, 243, 266–268
hidden lines, 234–235
moving, 249
normal surfaces, 233–234
oblique surfaces, 238
precedence of lines, 235–236
side view orientations, 231–232
slanted surfaces, 236–237
third-angle projections, 229–230, 231, 243
outside diameter, 655
overall dimensions, 455
P
parabola
conic section, sketching, 79–80
sketching, 76–77
parallel keys, 675–676
parallelism tolerances, 569
parallelogram, sketching, 59
Parallelogram tool, 59
parametric modeler, 1
part document
sketch plane, selecting, 3–8
starting, 2–3
partial ellipse, sketching, 75–76
parts list, 328–329
patterns
circular, 97–99
hole, dimensioning, 468–469
linear, 97perimeter circle, sketching, 66–67
tangent to three lines, 55–56
using three points, 54–55
Perimeter Circle tool, 54–56, 66–67
perpendicular tolerance, 564–565
perpendicularity tolerances, 566–568
pitch, 382
circular, 655
diameter, 655
diametral, 655
preferred, 655
thread, 392
pitch diameter, 681–683
plane. See also sketch plane
conic section, 77–78
reference, creating, 161–165
selecting, 3–8
plus and minus tolerances, 519, 520, 522
adding, 524–525
creating, 522–523
points, 87
polar dimensions, 496–497, 535
polygons, hexagon, sketching, 70–72
positional tolerances, 573–575
creating, 575–578
design problems, 584–587
power transmission, 653. See also gear/s
shaft to gear, 666
adding a threaded hole to the gear’s hub, 668–671
keys, 671
keyseat, creating, 676–680
keyseats, 671–674
parallel keys, 675–676
set screws and gear hubs, 666–667
precedence of lines, 235–236preferred pitch, 655
preferred sizes, 543–544
press fit, 633
pressure angle, 655
profile tolerances, 570–572
Projected View tool, 249–250
Properties/Geometric Tolerance dialog box, 564
Q-R
rack and pinion gears, 687–689
rectangle/s, 15
3 point center, sketching, 58–59
3 point corner, sketching, 57–58
center, sketching, 56–57
dimensions, 533
hole locations, 533–535
moving, 19
reorienting, 19
sketching, 15–17
zooming, 19
reentering, Sketch mode, 17–18
reference dimension, 13, 495
Reference Geometry tool, 161, 168, 177, 183, 191, 200, 203, 208
reference plane, creating, 161–165
release block, 338
removing, interference, 353–355
reorienting, entities, 19
Revolved Boss/Base tool, 156–159
Revolved Cut tool, 159–160
RFS (regardless of feature size), 556–559
root, 381
root diameter, 655
Rotate Component tool, 309–310
rotating, entities, 102–103, 151–153Rotator assembly, 341–344
rounded shapes
external, 494–495
internal, 493–494
rounded surfaces, 238–240
rows, width, changing on a BOM (bill of materials), 334
runout tolerance, 572–573
S
S Key, 47
activating, 48
dialog box, 47
toolbar
customizing, 49–51
removing a tool from, 51
saving, documents, 27–28
scaling, entities, 103–104
schematic representation, thread/s, 384
screw sets, 404–405, 409–410
section views, 250–251
aligned, 258–259
changing the style, 257
dimensioning, 501
drawing, 252–257
set screws, 666–667
settings, Mouse Gestures, accessing, 45–46
shaft. See also gear/s; hole/s
basis, 629–630
clearance fit, 539
interference fit, 539, 540, 630–631
keyseat, creating, 676–678
MMC (maximum material condition), 557
nominal size, 535–537
tolerances, 535–537transition fit, 539
virtual condition, calculating, 579
Shell tool, 168–169
short distances, dimensioning, 455–457
side view orientations, orthographic views, 231–232
simplified representation, threads, 384
Sketch mode
exiting, 17
reentering, 17–18
sketch plane
origin, 5
returning to original orientation, 19–20
using the Orientation Triad, 20
using the Top View tool, 20
using the View Selector, 19–20
selecting, 3–8
Sketch Relations, 24–25
Sketch toolbar, icons, 3
sketching
arcs
3 point, 69–70
centerpoint, 67–68
tangent, 68–69
chamfer, 82
using angle-distance, 83
using distance-distance – equal distance, 82
using distance-distance – not equal distance, 84
circles, perimeter, 66–67
conic section, 79–80
fillets, 81
hexagons, 70–72
parabolas, 76–77
parallelograms, 59
rectangles, 15–17
3 point center, 58–593 point corner, 57–58
center, 56–57
slots
3 point arc, 64
centerpoint arc, 65–66
centerpoint straight, 63
straight, 61–62
splines, 72–73
Sketching tools, 110–111
3 Point Arc Slot, 64
Centerline, 110–111
Centerpoint Arc, 67–68
Centerpoint Arc Slot, 65–66
Centerpoint Straight Slot, 63
Chamfer, 82, 83
Circle, 52–54
Circular Sketch Pattern, 97–99
Copy Entities, 102
Ellipse, 73
Extend Entities, 89–90
Fillet, 81
Jog Line, 110
Line, 5, 22, 28
Linear Sketch Pattern, 95–97
Mirror Entities, 92–94
Move Entities, 100
Offset Entities, 90–92
Parabola, 76–77
Parallelogram, 59
Partial Ellipse, 75–76
Perimeter Circle, 66–67
Point, 87
Polygon, 71–72
Rotate Entities, 103
Scale Entities, 103–104Spline, 73
Split Entities, 106–109
Straight slot, 61–62
Stretch Entities, 104–106
Tangent Arc, 68–69
Text, 84–87
Trim Entities, 88
slanted surfaces, 236–237
sleeve bearings, 619, 620
drawing, 620–621
tolerances, 1
using in an assembly drawing, 621–622
slots
3 point arc, sketching, 64
centerpoint arc, sketching, 65–66
centerpoint straight, sketching, 63
dimensioning, 493–494
straight, sketching, 61–62
Smart Dimension tool, 6, 8, 11–12, 17, 23, 387, 451, 455–457
Smart Fastener dialog box, 399
Smart Fasteners tool, 398–400
solid modeler, 1
spline, 72
editing, 73
sketching, 72–73
splitting, entities, 106–109
springs
compression, 181–182
drawing, 180–181
extension, drawing, 187–191
ground ends, creating, 183–184
torsional, drawing, 184–187
spur gears, 681
Standard 3 View tool, 249
standard fit, 540, 634–635standard sizes, 543–544
standard tolerances, 461, 528
starting
assemblies, 305–308
new part document, 2–3
straight slot, sketching, 61–62
Straight slot tool, 61–62
straightness
tolerances, 555–559
value, defining, 565–566
stretching, entities, 104–106
style, section views, changing, 257
surface/s
control symbols, 545–547
applying, 547–548
lay, 548–549
datum, 545, 565–566
finish, 544–545
hidden lines, 234–235
irregular, dimensioning, 495–496
lay, 545
normal, orthographic views, 233–234
oblique, 238
profile tolerances, 570–572
roughness, 545
rounded, 238–240
slanted, 236–237
texture, 545
Swept Boss/Base tool, 170–172
symbols, 498–499
centerline, 500
datum, 564
surface control, 545–547
applying, 547–548
lay, 548–549symmetrical object, 499
symmetric tolerances, 524–525
T
tangent arc, sketching, 68–69
text
adding, 85
adding to a feature, 86
changing font and size, 85–86
debossed, creating, 191–194
wrapping, 87
third-angle projection, orthographic views, 229–230, 243
threaded hole, drawing on the side of a cylinder, 405–409
thread/s
ANSI callout, 383–384
bolt, 396
classes, 383
counterbored holes, dimensioning, 473–478
crest, 381
depth, 476
detailed representation, 384
display styles, 392
external length, inch values, 392–397
form specification, 383
internal, 384
inches, 384–388
length, 401–404
metric, 388–390
threaded blind holes, 387–388
length, 382
major diameter, 382
metric, 382
minor diameter, 381
pitch, 382, 392preferred sizes, 383
root, 381
title block, 335, 336–338
tolerance/s, 519. See also fit/s
angular, 526–528
angularity, 569–570
assigning, 549–550
bilateral, 519–520
circularity, 559–560
cylindricity, 560
datum, 561–563
designing a hole given a fastener size, 553
double-dimensioning errors, 528–529
expressions, 521
fit, 628, 635
fixed condition, 551–552
fixed fasteners, 582–584
floating condition, 550–551
floating fasteners, 579–582
of form, 554
flatness, 554–555
straightness, 555–559
geometric, 554, 561, 584–587
hole, 538
hole locations, 533–535
interference fit, 633–634
limit, 525–526
linear, 533
locational, 567
manufactured bearings, 631–632
MMC (maximum material condition), 557–559
of orientation, 566
parallelism, 569
perpendicular, 564–565
perpendicularity, 566–568plus and minus, 519, 520, 522
adding, 524–525
creating, 522–523
positional, 573–578, 584–587
profile, 570–572
RFS (regardless of feature size), 556–559
runout, 572–573
shaft, 535–537
shaft basis, 629–630
standard, 528
standard fit, applying to an assembly drawing, 634–635
studies, 532
maximum length, calculating, 532
minimum length, calculating, 533
symmetric, 524–525
unilateral, 519–520
virtual condition, 578–579
calculating for the hole, 579
calculating for the shaft, 579
zero limit, 521
tolerances, bilateral, 520
toolbar, S Key
customizing, 49–51
removing a tool from, 51
Toolbox, bearings, 623–626
tool/s
Annotation
Auto Balloon, 327
Autodimension, 457–460
Balloon, 326–328
Datum Feature, 563, 564
Geometric Tolerance, 565–566
Note, 337–338
Smart Dimension, 6, 8, 11–12, 17, 23, 387, 451, 457
Assembly, 305Animate Collapse, 339–340
Clearance Verification, 353, 355–356
Interference Detection, 349–350
Mate, 311–316, 318–320
Motion Study, 344–346
Move Component, 308–309
Rotate Component, 309–310
assigning to the Mouse Gestures wheel, 46–47
Circle, 9
Exploded View, 321–324, 622
Features, 3, 129
Chamfer, 153–156
Circular Sketch Pattern, 176–177
Curve Driven Pattern, 208–213
Draft, 172–173
Extrude Boss/Base, 129–136
Extruded Cut, 137–138, 203
Fillet, 146–153
Hole Wizard, 138–142, 143–146, 384–387, 462, 466–471
Linear Sketch Pattern, 174–175
Lofted Boss/Base, 165–168
Mirror, 177–179
Revolved Boss/Base, 156–159
Revolved Cut, 159–160
Shell, 168–169
Swept Boss/Base, 170–172
Wrap, 191–194
Hole Callout, 477
Hole Wizard, 32
Line, 5, 22, 28
Make Fixed, 24
Model View, 252–253
Perimeter Circle, 54–56
Projected View, 249–250
Rectangle, 15–17Sketching, 4, 110–111
3 Point Arc Slot, 64
Centerline, 110–111
Centerpoint Arc, 67–68
Centerpoint Arc Slot, 65–66
Centerpoint Straight Slot, 63
Chamfer, 82–83
Circle, 52–54
Circular Sketch Pattern, 97–99
Copy Entities, 102
Ellipse, 73
Extend Entities, 89–90
Fillet, 81
Jog Line, 110
Line, 5, 22, 28
Linear Sketch Pattern, 95–97
Mirror Entities, 92–94
Move Entities, 100
Offset Entities, 90–92
Parabola, 76–77
Parallelogram, 59
Partial Ellipse, 75–76
Perimeter Circle, 66–67
Point, 87
Polygon, 71–72
Rotate Entities, 103
Scale Entities, 103–104
Spline, 73
Split Entities, 106–109
Straight slot, 61–62
Stretch Entities, 104–106
Tangent Arc, 68–69
Text, 84–87
Trim Entities, 88
Smart Dimension, 6, 8, 11–12, 17, 23, 387, 451, 455–457Smart Fasteners, 398–400
Standard 3 View, 249
Top View, 20
Undo, 23
View Orientation, 19–20, 33
Top sketch plane, 3, 4
Top View tool, 20
torsional springs, drawing, 184–187
transition fit, 539
trimming, entities, 88
U
Undo tool, 23
unidirectional dimensioning, 462
unilateral tolerance, 519–520
units, 14–15, 461–462. See also English units; metric units
V
vertex chamfer, 155–156
View Orientation tool, 19–20, 33
View Selector cube, 19–20
views
auxiliary, drawing, 262–266
broken, 259–261
detail, drawing, 261–262
orthographic, 229
ANSI standards, 229
compound lines, 237
first-angle projection, 229–230, 243, 266–268
hidden lines, 234–235
moving, 249
normal surfaces, 233–234
oblique surfaces, 238precedence of lines, 235–236
side view orientations, 231–232
slanted surfaces, 236–237
third-angle projection, 229–230, 231, 243
section, 250–251
aligned, 258–259
changing the style, 257
drawing, 252–257
virtual condition, 556, 578–579
calculating for the hole, 579
calculating for the shaft, 579
W
washers, 393–394
whole depth, 655
working depth, 655
Wrap tool, 191–194
wrapping text, 87
X-Y-Z
zero limit, 521
zooming, rectangles, 19

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