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Introduction to SOLIDWORKS
A Comprehensive Guide with Applications in 3D Printing
Godfrey C. Onwubolu  

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Contents
Preface xxiii
Acknowledgments xxv
Author xxvii
Section I Introductory Engineering
Design Principles with SolidWorks
1 Introduction 3
SolidWorks within the Context of Additive Manufacturing Framework 3
SolidWorks within the Context of Computer-Aided Engineering Framework 4
3D Wireframes .5
Constructive Solid Geometry 5
Boundary Representation Scheme 5
Feature-Based Parametric Modeling 6
Background of SolidWorks 7
Starting a SolidWorks Session .7
SolidWorks User Interface .7
Menu Bar Toolbar 8
Menu Bar Menu .8
Task Pane .8
CommandManager .10
FeatureManager Design Tree .11
Heads-Up View Toolbar .11
Drop-Down Menu .12
Right-Click 12
Consolidated Toolbar 12
System Feedback 12
Setting the Document Options .12
System Options .12
Document Properties 12
Modifying the Drafting Standard 13
Modifying the Dimension Arrows 13
Modifying the Units Document Properties .13viii Contents
File Management .17
Caution Needed during SolidWorks Sessions .17
Starting a New Document in SolidWorks .17
My First Part 18
Useful SolidWorks Resources 18
Compatibility of SolidWorks with Other Software .18
Summary 25
2 Geometric Construction Tools 31
Introduction .31
Sketch Entities .32
Line .32
Rectangle .33
Parallelogram .33
Slot 34
Polygon 34
Circle 35
Arc 35
Ellipse .36
Parabola .36
Spline .37
Sketch Tools .38
Fillet .38
Chamfer .38
Offset 39
Convert Entities .40
Trim .41
Extend 41
Split Entities 42
Construction Geometry 42
Mirror 42
Stretch Entities .43
Move Entities 43
Rotate Entities .43
Scale Entities .44
Copy Entities 45
Pattern .46
Linear Pattern 46
Circular Pattern 47
Summary 47
3 Features 53
Introduction .53
Extruded Boss/Base 54
Draft, Dome, Rib 54
Draft 54
Dome 56
Rib .57
Extruded Cut 57
Revolved Boss/Base 58
Creating Four Holes on the Revolved Part .59
Revolved Cut .62
Lofted Boss/Base 63
Lofted Cut .65
Swept Boss/Base .67
Swept Cut .68Contents ix
Hole Wizard 68
Shell 70
Fillet Tool 71
Defining a Constant Radius Fillet 71
Defining a Variable Radius Fillet .73
Defining a Face Fillet . 74
Defining a Full Round Fillet .75
Chamfer Tool 75
Defining a Chamfer Using an Angle and a Distance 76
Defining a Chamfer Using Two Distances .76
Defining a Chamfer Using a Vertex .77
Linear Pattern 77
Circular Pattern .78
Mirror .79
Editing Features 80
Tutorials 82
Tutorial 3.1: Simple Part 1 .82
Tutorial 3.2: Simple Part 2 83
Tutorial 3.3: Simple Part 3 86
Tutorial 3.4: Simple Part 4 87
Tutorial 3.5: Simple Part 5 88
Tutorial 3.6: Simple Part 6 89
Tutorial 3.7: Simple Part 7 .91
Tutorial 3.8: Simple Part 8 92
Tutorial 3.9: Simple Part 9 94
Tutorial 3.10: Simple Part 10 .97
Patterns—Advanced Methods 99
Sketch-Driven Pattern .100
Curve-Driven Pattern .100
Table-Driven Pattern .107
Reference Planes 108
Tutorial 3.1: Planes: Using Three Vertices 109
Tutorial 3.2: Planes: Angled Reference Plane 109
Tutorial 3.3: Planes: Parallel Planes to Top Plane .109
Tutorial 3.4: Planes: Inclined Plane . 111
Creating Patterns .112
Types of Pattern 112
Creating the Revolved Boss/Base 112
Shelling 113
Extruding a Thin Feature .113
Creating a Slot 113
Creating the Linear Pattern 114
Creating a Circular Pattern of a Linear Pattern 115
Summary 118
4 Part Modeling—CSWA Preparations 123
Introduction .123
Tutorial 4.1a: Widget .123
Tutorial 4.1b: Widget .126
Tutorial 4.2 127
Tutorial 4.3a 129
Tutorial 4.3b 134
Tutorial 4.4 134
Tutorial 4.5a 134
Tutorial 4.5b 138
Tutorial 4.6a 138x Contents
Tutorial 4.6b 147
Tutorial 4.7a 147
Tutorial 4.7b 149
Summary 155
5 Advanced Part Modeling—CSWA Preparations 159
Introduction .159
Advanced Part Modeling Tutorials 160
Tutorial 5.1: Block with Hook 160
Tutorial 5.2: Housing .164
Tutorial 5.3: Spacer 170
Tutorial 5.4: Oarlock Socket .171
Tutorial 5.5: Link 182
Tutorial 5.6: Double Link 193
Tutorial 5.7: Inclined Stop .193
Tutorial 5.8: Model with Notched Offset Section View .206
Tutorial 5.9: Part Models for Assembly 218
Summary 239
Projects .241
Bibliography .243
6 Creating Revolved, Swept, and Lofted Parts 245
Revolved Boss/Base .245
Practical Examples .248
Engine Cylinder 248
Pulley 248
Swept Boss/Base .251
Practical Examples .253
Spring .253
O-Ring 254
Threaded Cap 259
Lofted Boss/Base 262
Practical Examples .264
Impeller 264
Aircraft Wing 267
Practical Swept Feature: Elbow Casting for Steam Valve .272
Practical Swept Feature: Lathe Tailstock .280
Summary 287
7 Part Modeling with Equation-Driven Curves 291
Introduction .291
Equation-Driven Curves 291
Problem 1 292
Integral Calculus Solution for Area 293
SolidWorks Solution for Area 293
Part Design Using the SolidWorks Equation-Driven Curves .294
Effect of Changing the Axis of Rotation 294
Problem 2 298
Integral Calculus Solution for Area 298
SolidWorks Solution for Area 299
Part Design Using the SolidWorks Equation-Driven Curves .299
Problem 3 302
Integral Calculus Solution for Volume .302
SolidWorks Solution for Area 302
Part Design Using the SolidWorks Equation-Driven Curves .304Contents xi
Problem 4 305
Integral Calculus Solution for Area 305
SolidWorks Solution for Area 306
Problem 5 308
Integral Calculus Solution for Area 308
SolidWorks Solution for Area 309
Part Design Using the SolidWorks Equation-Driven Curves . 311
Summary 311
Bibliography . 314
8 Assembly Modeling—CSWA Preparations 315
Introduction .315
Starting the Assembly Mode of SolidWorks . 316
Inserting Components in the Assembly Document 316
Mates . 319
Assembly Modeling Methodology .321
Project .322
Planning the Assembly .322
Starting the Assembly Mode of SolidWorks .323
Inserting Components in the Assembly Document 324
Assembling the Components 324
Assembling the First Two Components (Base and Vertical Shaft) of the Assembly .326
Assembling the Yoke .326
Assembling the Bearing Housing 326
Assembling the Bearings 327
Assembling the Screws and Nuts .328
Assembly Analysis 328
Exploded View .332
Animate Exploded View 332
Tutorials 336
Tutorial 8.1 336
Tutorial 8.2 339
Tutorial 8.3 341
Large Assemblies .342
Summary 345
9 Part and Assembly Drawings—CSWA Preparations 347
Introduction .347
Orthographic Projection .348
Drawing Sizes .348
Creating a SolidWorks Drawing Template 348
Document Properties 348
Sheet Properties 350
Title Block .350
Saving the Template .350
Part Drawing of Adjustable Shaft Support 351
Screw: Standard Views 351
Vertical Shaft: Standard Views 357
Yoke: Standard Views 357
Bearing Housing: Standard Views 360
Bearing: Standard Views .360
Assigning Properties through File > Properties .363
Assigning Properties through Configuration Manager 363
Adjustable Shaft Support Assembly Drawing .366
Exploded View .366
Balloons .377xii Contents
BoM 379
Inserting Section Views .379
Inserting a Section View .380
Half-Section View .381
Section View 381
Summary 395
Projects .397
Section II Intermediate Engineering
Design Principles with SolidWorks
10 Reverse Engineering Using Auto Trace and FeatureWorks 401
Reverse Engineering .401
SolidWorks Reverse Engineering Tools .403
Create Auto Trace Tool .403
Methodology for Importing and Extracting Image Features .405
Phase 1: Import Image .405
Phase 2: Image Extraction .405
Phase 3: Image Repair 409
Phase 4: Extrude Features .409
FeatureWorks Tool 410
FeatureWorks Product Overview 410
FeatureWorks Software Capabilities .413
FeatureWorks Add-In 414
FeatureWorks Options 415
FeatureWorks PropertyManager .416
Problem Description .416
Automatic Feature Recognition Methodology 416
Import Geometry .417
Import Diagnostics 417
Automatic Feature Recognition .419
Interactive Feature Recognition Methodology .419
Summary 432
Bibliography .432
11 Top–Down Design 433
Introduction .433
Designing from Layout .433
Layout of the Cabinet 433
Create Shared Values .434
Sketch the 2D Profile of the Power Supply .435
Dimension the 2D Profile of the Power Supply .435
Gaps for the Power Supply Profile .435
Sketch the 2D Profile of the Cooling Unit .436
Dimension the 2D Profile of the Cooling Unit .436
Gaps for the Cooling Unit 437
Sketch the 2D Profile of the Microcontroller 437
Gaps for the Microcontroller .437
Microcontroller—Insert Component .438
Cooling Unit—Insert Component 442
Power Supply—Insert Component 443
Housing-Insert Component 444Contents xiii
Designing from Part Outline . 446
Part Model . 446
Modeling In-Context . 446
Mold Design Using Top–Down Approach 455
Summary 464
12 Surface Modeling 465
Generalized Methodology for Free-Form Surface Design .465
Control Polygon .466
Lofting B-Splines Using Control Polygon .466
Free-Form Surface Design .468
Effect of Modifying Control Polygon on Free-Form Surface .469
Extruded Surface: Type I .472
Revolved Surface: Type I 473
Knitting Multiple Surfaces 475
Thicken Feature .475
Fill Surface 476
Extruded Surface: Type II .476
Revolved Surface: Type II .476
Swept Surface 477
Loft Surface .482
Free-Form Surface Design: Boundary Surface 485
Summary 497
13 Toolboxes and Design Libraries 499
Introduction .499
SolidWorks Toolbox Add-Ins 499
How to Use SolidWorks Design Library and Toolbox 499
Features Available in the Toolbox via CommandManager .500
Features Available in the Toolbox via Design Library .501
Structural Steel 501
Beam Calculator 505
Grooves .508
O-Ring Grooves: Retaining Ring Grooves 516
Creating Standard Parts Using SolidWorks Design Library and Toolbox . 516
Adding Set Screws to the Collar of a Shaft 517
Gear Design Using SolidWorks .519
Types of Gears .519
Design Methodology for Gears 519
SolidWorks Solution Procedure .519
Spur Gear Design .520
Problem Description .520
SolidWorks Solution Procedure .520
Support .520
Shaft 520
Pinion .520
Gear 524
Assembly Modeling 524
Animation 524
Helical Gear Design .534
Initial Sizing 534
Support (Housing) Sizing 537
Gear 537
Support .537
Assembly Modeling 537
Animation 540xiv Contents
Bevel Gear Design 540
Problem Description .540
SolidWorks Solution 540
Pinion .540
Gear 550
Assembly 550
Summary 556
Basic Gear Kinematics 560
14 Animation with Basic Motion 563
Different Types of Motion Studies 563
Modeling of Linkages .563
Assembly Modeling of Linkages .565
MotionManager Interface 566
Summary 572
15 Animation with SolidWorks Motion 573
Types of Motion Study .573
Deciding Which Type of Study to Use .574
Differentiating between Animation, Basic Motion, and Motion Analysis .574
SolidWorks Motion Overview .575
SolidWorks Motion Add-In 575
Four-Bar Linkage Mechanism and Slider–Crank Mechanism 576
Problem Description .576
SolidWorks Parts and Assembly .576
Using SolidWorks Motion .577
Methodology for Motion Analysis Using SolidWorks Motion 578
Defining Bodies 578
Driving Joints .578
Turning Off Gravity .579
Running Motion Analysis 580
Kinematic Analysis .580
Interference Check 584
Dynamic Analysis .585
Validating the Results .591
Summary 591
Bibliography .591
16 Rendering 593
Introduction .593
Surface Model 593
Zebra Stripes 594
Inserting Zebra Stripes Tool .594
Including Zebra Stripes Effects on a Part .594
Removing Zebra Stripes Effects .596
Curvature .596
Inserting Curvature Tool 596
PhotoWorks Toolbar .597
Inserting PhotoWorks Tool 597
Summary 599
Section III Engineering Design Practice with SolidWorks
17 Mold Design 603
Mold Design Background 603Contents xv
Mold Design Tools Overview 604
Mold Design Methodology 604
Enhancements in SolidWorks for Mold Design .604
Summary 615
18 Sheet Metal Parts—I 619
Sheet Metal Manufacturing Processes .619
Deep Drawing .621
Sheet Metal Part Design Methodology Using Insert Bends .621
Insert a Rip Feature .622
Insert the Sheet Metal Bends .623
Insert the Edge Flange Features 624
Insert the Hem Features .624
Insert Ventilation Features 628
Inserting the Holes Using Hole Wizard .629
Sheet Metal Part Design Methodology Using Base Flange 638
Summary 642
19 Sheet Metal Parts—II 645
Comparing Sheet Metal Design Methods .645
Advantages of the Base Flange Approach .645
Tutorials on Base Flange Approach for Sheet Metal Design 646
Sheet Metal User Interface .646
Tutorial 19.1: General Sheet Metal Part 646
Tutorial 19.2: P1 656
Tutorial 19.3: P2 663
Tutorial 19.4: Hanger Support 671
Tutorial 19.5: Jogged Sheet Metal Part 682
Tutorial 19.6: Lofted Sheet Metal .686
Tutorial 19.7: P9 690
Tutorial 19.8: General Sheet Metal 706
Tutorial 19.9: Hanger .720
Tutorial 19.10: CSWP-SMTL 731
Summary 746
20 Weldments 749
Introduction .749
Creating Parts with a 3D Sketch .749
Tutorials 750
Tutorial 20.1: Bent Tube 750
Tutorial 20.2: Bent Tube 751
Tutorial 20.3: Handlebar Tube .752
Weldments Toolbar .755
Structural Member .756
Trimming the Structural Members 758
Adding End Caps to Structural Members 761
Adding Gussets to Structural Members .762
Adding Fillet Beads to Structural Members 762
Weldment of Parts .762
Assembly versus Solid Bodies 764
Summary 770
21 Routings in Piping and Tubing 775
Introduction .775
Activating the SolidWorks Routing Add-Ins 776
Some Backgrounds 776
Customizing Routing Templates 776xvi Contents
Adding Parts to the Routing Library 777
Illustration 1 .777
Starting a Route 777
Creating the Route 779
Illustration 2 .780
Route Drawing .783
22 Power Transmission Elements 785
Gears and Power Transmission .785
Spur Gears 786
Creating Gears Using SolidWorks 786
Problem Description .787
Support Plate Sizing .788
Gear Assembly Modeling Using SolidWorks 788
Support Plate Model .788
Create a Linear Pattern of Extrude2 788
Pin Model .789
Assembly of the Support Plate, Pin, and Gears .790
Assembly of the Support Plate and Two Pins .790
Adding Gears to the Assembly of the Support Plate and Two Pins 790
Ordinary Mating 791
Mechanical Mating 792
Animation .792
Rack and Pinion Gears .793
Problem Description .793
Gear Assembly Modeling Using SolidWorks 795
Insert Shaft in Assembly 795
Subassembly of Shaft and Inserted Pinion from Design Library 796
Insert Rack in Assembly 796
Ordinary Mating 796
Mechanical Mating 799
Animation .799
Belts and Pulleys 799
Problem Description .802
Belt and Pulley Assembly Modeling Using SolidWorks 804
Subassembly of Support Plate and Pin 804
Inserting Timing Belt Pulley 804
Mating 804
Inserting the Belt 805
Animation .806
Chain Drive: Chains and Sprockets .806
Problem Description .810
Chain and Sprocket Assembly Modeling Using SolidWorks 811
Subassembly of Support Plate and Pin 811
Inserting Timing Belt Pulley 811
Mating 812
Inserting the Chain 812
Animation . 814
Bevel Gear Box Design . 814
Problem Description .819
Input .819
Pinion .819
Output 819
Gear 819
Assembly Modeling .819
Summary 825Contents xvii
23 Cam Design 827
Introduction .827
Types of Cams 827
Types of Followers .827
Creating Cams Using the Traditional Method .828
Creating Cams in SolidWorks .828
Problem Definition 828
SolidWorks Toolbox Add-Ins .828
To Access the SolidWorks Cams Tool 828
Cam-Circular Setup .828
Cam-Circular Motion 831
Cam-Circular Creation 831
Cam Model Modification .833
Creating a Hub .834
Creating a Hub Using the Cam-Circular Dialog .834
Creating a Hole for a Key Using the Hole Wizard .834
Type 836
Position 836
Cam Shaft Assembly .836
Spring .836
Cam Follower Bracket .838
Face Filleting .838
Cam Bracket .839
Roller 839
Cam Shaft 841
Handle .841
Pin 841
Assembly of Cam Shaft Components .841
24 Mechanism Design Using Blocks 845
Introduction .845
Blocks Toolbar .845
Problem Description .845
Creating Sketches of a Mechanism .846
Crank .846
Piston Rod .846
Piston Tank .846
Saving the Sketches as Different Block Files .848
Inserting the Block into the Layout Environment .848
Applying Relations to the Blocks 850
Converting Blocks into Parts 850
Extruding the Parts 856
Crank .856
Creating a Boss to Coincide with the Upper Circle on the Crank .856
Piston Rod .858
Piston Tank .858
Summary 860
25 Die Design 861
Scope of Die Design 861
Components of a Die Set 861
Pierce and Blank Die 862
Part Design .862
Scrap Strip 862
Design of Die Holder of a Die Set .865
Design of Punch Holder of a Die Set 867xviii Contents
Design of Guide Post 869
Design of Bushing .869
Design of Die Block .870
Summary 871
26 Aluminum Extrusion from Manufacturers’ Internet Websites 873
Accessing Manufacturers’ AutoCAD 2D Aluminum Section Profiles .873
Creating SolidWorks Sketch from AutoCAD 2D Section Profile 875
Creating SolidWorks Structural Elements Using AutoCAD 2D Section Profile 876
Creating SolidWorks Structural Machine Frame Using AutoCAD 2D Section Profile 879
Bibliography .883
27 Geneva Wheel Mechanism 885
Historical Background .885
Introduction .885
Principles of Operation of the Geneva Drive 886
Advantages and Disadvantages .886
Geometry of the External Geneva Mechanism 886
Kinematics of the External Geneva Drive .887
SolidWorks Modeling and Simulation of Geneva Wheel Mechanism .889
Summary 894
Project .894
Bibliography .900
28 Event-Based Motion Analysis 901
Introduction .901
Event-Based Motion View 901
Tasks 901
Triggers .902
Actions 902
Summary 911
Bibliography . 911
29 Electrical Routing 913
Introduction .913
Creating the Housing .913
Creating the Electrical Harness 914
Creating the Route Using the Auto Route . 918
Bibliography .923
30 Customized Internal and External Threads 925
Customized Internal Threads 925
Cosmetic Threads .925
Customized External Threads .926
Problem Description .926
SolidWorks Solution 926
Insert and Extruded Base Feature .927
Creating a Sketch for Extruded Cut Feature 927
Insert and Extruded Cut Feature 927
Inserting the Shell Feature .928
Creating a Part-Revolved Thin Cut Feature .929
Creating Path for External Threads 931
Creating Profile for External Threads .932
Creating External Threads .933
Editing Features 934
Unified Thread Standard 935
Basic Profile .935Contents xix
Designation .936
Calculating the Major Diameter of a Numbered Screw Greater than or Equal to 0 937
Unified Miniature Screw Thread Series .937
Calculating the Major Diameter of a Numbered Screw Greater than or Equal to 0 937
Design Equations for Unified Thread Standard .938
External Threads .938
Internal Threads 939
Bibliography .945
31 Sustainability Design for Parts 947
Introduction .947
SolidWorks Solution Procedure .948
Problem Description .948
Activate the Sustainability Application .948
Selecting a Material .949
Setting the Manufacturing and Use Options .950
Comparing Similar Materials .950
Summary 956
32 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 959
Introduction .959
Tolerance Study Using SolidWorks 960
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 964
Datum Reference Frame .964
Geometric Characteristic Symbols .964
Applying Maximum Material Condition .967
GD&T with SolidWorks .970
Straightness .971
Flatness 972
Circularity .972
Cylindricity .972
Line Profile 973
Surface Profile 973
Parallelism 975
Perpendicularity 975
Angularity .976
Circular Runout .976
Using SolidWorks to Define Tolerances in Drawings .976
Hole Locations and Joining a Shaft to a Toleranced Hole .984
Summary 987
33 Evaluating the Cost of Machined Parts 991
Introduction .991
Model for Automatic Manufacturing Cost Estimation 992
Automatic Manufacturing Cost Estimation .996
Changing Model Geometry .998
Adding Material to the Stock Body 999
Examining the CostingManager: Setup Folder 999
Examining the CostingManager: Mill Operations 1000
Changing Material Costs .1001
Changing the Stock Body .1001
Changing the Quantity of Parts to Manufacture .1003
Including a Discount 1003
Applying Custom Operations .1003
Comparing Material Costs 1005
Adding Library Features 1006xx Contents
Creating a Report 1006
Summary 1006
Bibliography .1008
34 Finite Element Analysis Using SolidWorks 1009
Introduction to COSMOS/SolidWorks Simulation .1009
What Is SolidWorks Simulation? .1009
Product Development Cycle . 1010
What Is Finite Element Analysis? 1011
How Does FEA Work? 1011
Solid Elements .1012
Shell Elements .1012
Beam Elements 1012
Types of Engineering Analysis 1013
Principles of FEA . 1014
Build the Mathematical Model . 1014
Build the Finite Element Model .1015
Solve the Finite Element Model 1015
Analyze the Results 1015
SolidWorks Simulation Add-Ins 1015
SolidWorks Simulation CommandManager . 1016
Study Advisor 1016
Fixtures Advisor . 1017
External Loads Advisor . 1017
Connections Advisor . 1017
Run Advisor . 1018
Results Advisor . 1018
Design Scenario 1018
SolidWorks Simulation Toolbars .1019
Starting a New Study in SolidWorks Simulation 1019
Basic SolidWorks Simulation Steps .1020
FEA of a Sheet Metal Part 1021
Summary 1027
Section IV Introductory 3D Printing
35 Overview of Additive Manufacturing 1033
What Is Additive Manufacturing? 1033
Classification of AM Processes 1033
FDM 1034
DMLS Principle .1036
Exposure Strategies 1036
Bibliography .1037
36 Insight Software for Fortus Production Systems 1039
Summary 1050
37 CatalystEX Software User Guide for Dimension sst 1200es 1051
Printing Type .1051
File Types 1052
General Tab 1052
38 Bead Design with Orientation Considerations 1057
Doughnut in Upright Position (Axis of Hole in Z-Direction) .1057
Doughnut Lying on Side (Axis of Hole in Y-Direction) 1057Contents xxi
39 Building Tall Parts Using Surround Support 1065
Summary 1074
40 Vacuum Forming 1075
Modeler Setup 1075
Custom Groups 1076
Summary 1080
Important Optimization Issues 1080
41 Design for Assembly Manufacturing 1081
Introduction .1081
Project .1082
Fortus 3D Production Systems Best Practice for Building Assembly Parts .1082
Orientation 1082
Offsetting 1083
Bottom-Up Solution Approach .1083
Case I: Printing Assembly of Parts .1083
Part A: Solid Modeling Using SolidWorks 1083
Part B: Saving Assembly as Part in SolidWorks 1086
Part C: Preprocess Assembly and Print 1086
Case II: Printing Individual Parts 1086
Summary 1090
42 Design Guidelines for Advanced Build Options 1091
Advanced Build Options 1091
Considerations for Choosing Build Orientation and Layer Height 1091
Case Study 1: Bottle_h-noThreads.Stl in ABS-M30 .1092
Six Build Orientations Analyzed and the Cost of Each at Layer Height of 0.005 in. 1093
Orientation Is +Z 1093
Orientation Is −Z 1094
Orientation Is −90X 1094
Orientation Is −90Y 1094
Orientation Is 30X 1104
Orientation Is −30X 1104
Case Study 2 1105
Summary 1111
43 Design for Functionality 1113
Introduction . 1113
Case Study: 19-mm Female Quick-Release Buckle 1113
44 Mold Tooling Using Z-Corp Spectrum 510 3D Printer 1125
How Z-Corp Spectrum 510 3D Printer Works .1125
Z-Corp Spectrum 510 3D Printer .1126
Modeling Tips 1127
Mold Tooling Using Z-Corp Spectrum 510 3D Printer 1127
Printing with Colors .1130
Postprocessing .1134
Summary of Mold Design Using zCast .1136
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