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Table of Contents
Preface 1
Chapter 1: Introduction to SOLIDWORKS 6
Introducing SOLIDWORKS 7
SOLIDWORKS applications 7
Core mechanical design 8
Understanding parametric modeling 8
Exploring SOLIDWORKS certifications 12
Associate certifications 13
Professional certifications 14
Professional advanced certifications 14
Expert certification 15
Summary 16
Questions 16
Further reading 16
Chapter 2: Interface and Navigation 17
Technical requirements 17
Starting a new part, assembly, or drawing file 18
What are parts, assemblies, and drawings? 18
Opening a part, assembly, or drawing file 21
The main components of the SOLIDWORKS interface 23
The command bar 25
The design tree 26
The canvas 28
The Task Pane 29
The document's measurement system 30
The different measurement systems 30
Adjusting the document's measurement system 31
Summary 33
Questions 33
Chapter 3: SOLIDWORKS 2D Sketching Basics 34
Technical requirements 34
Introducing SOLIDWORKS sketching 35
The position of SOLIDWORKS sketches 35
Simple sketches versus complex sketches 37
Sketch planes 38
Getting started with SOLIDWORKS sketching 39
Getting into the sketching mode 39Table of Contents
[ ii ]
Defining sketches 41
Geometrical relations 43
Sketching lines, rectangles, circles, arcs, and ellipses 44
The origin 44
Sketching lines 45
Sketching rectangles and squares 50
Sketching circles and arcs 54
Sketching ellipses and using construction lines 59
Fillets and chamfers 63
Under defined, fully defined, and over defined sketches 68
Under defined sketches 68
Fully defined sketches 70
Over defined sketches 71
Summary 72
Questions 73
Chapter 4: Special Sketching Commands 76
Technical requirements 76
Mirroring and offsetting sketches 77
Mirroring a sketch 77
Defining 81
Offsetting a sketch 82
Deleting an offset 87
Customization options 87
Creating sketch patterns 88
Defining patterns 88
Linear sketch patterns 89
Circular sketch patterns 99
Trimming in SOLIDWORKS sketching 106
Understanding trimming 106
Using power trimming 107
Summary 112
Questions 112
Chapter 5: Basic Primary One-Sketch Features 116
Technical requirements 116
Understanding features in SOLIDWORKS 117
Understanding SOLIDWORKS features and their role in 3D modeling 117
Simple models versus complex models 117
Sketch planes for features 118
Understanding and applying extruded boss and cut 120
What are extruded boss and extruded cut? 120
Applying extruded boss 122
Applying extruded cut and building on existing features 129
Modifying and deleting extruded boss and extruded cut 137
Editing a feature – changing the height of the cylinder from 50 mm to 100 mm 138Table of Contents
[ iii ]
Deleting a feature – removing the extruded cut feature that goes through the
cylinder 140
Understanding and applying fillets and chamfers 142
Understanding fillets and chamfers 142
Applying fillets 143
Applying chamfers 148
Modifying fillets and chamfers 155
Understanding and applying revolved boss and cut 155
What are revolved boss and cut? 156
Applying revolved boss 157
Applying revolved cut 161
Modifying revolved boss and revolved cut 166
Summary 166
Questions 167
Chapter 6: Basic Secondary Multi-Sketch Features 170
Technical requirements 170
Reference geometries – additional planes 171
Understanding planes, reference geometries, and why we need them 171
Defining planes in geometry 172
Defining a new plane in SOLIDWORKS 177
Understanding and applying swept boss and swept cut 185
What are swept boss and swept cut? 185
Applying swept boss 187
Swept boss feature options 192
Applying swept cut 194
Modifying swept boss and swept cut 198
Understanding and applying lofted boss and lofted cut 201
What are lofted boss and lofted cut? 201
Applying lofted boss 203
Lofted boss feature options 209
Applying lofted cut 211
Modifying lofted boss and cut 215
Guide curves 215
Summary 220
Questions 220
Chapter 7: Materials and Mass Properties 224
Technical requirements 225
Reference geometries – defining a new coordinate system 225
What is a reference coordinate system and why are new ones needed? 225
How to create a new coordinate system 227
Assigning materials and evaluating and overriding mass properties 230
Assigning materials to parts 231
Viewing the mass properties of parts 235
Viewing mass properties 236Table of Contents
[ iv ]
Finding the mass of the model in grams 238
Finding the center of mass in relation to the origin in millimeters 238
Finding the center of mass in relation to the new coordinate system in
millimeters 239
Finding the mass of the model in pounds 240
Overriding mass properties 242
Summary 244
Questions 244
Chapter 8: Standard Assembly Mates 247
Technical requirements 247
Opening assemblies and adding parts 248
Defining SOLIDWORKS assemblies 248
Starting a SOLIDWORKS assembly file and adding parts to it 249
Starting an assembly file 250
Adding parts to the assembly file 252
Understanding mates 255
Understanding and applying non-value-oriented standard mates 256
Defining the non-value-oriented standard mates 256
Applying the coincident and perpendicular mates 257
Applying the coincident mate 258
Applying the perpendicular mate 262
Applying the parallel, tangent, concentric, and lock mates 264
Applying the parallel mate 266
Applying the tangent mate 267
Applying the concentric mate 268
Applying the lock mate 269
Under defining, fully defining, and over defining an assembly 270
Finding the definition statuses of the parts 271
Which assembly definition status is better? 272
Viewing and adjusting active mates 272
Modifying existing mates 274
Understanding and applying value-driven standard mates 274
Defining value-driven standard mates 275
Applying the distance and angle mates 275
Applying the distance mate 276
Applying the angle mate 277
Utilizing materials and mass properties for assemblies 279
Setting a new coordinate system for an assembly 280
Material edits in assemblies 281
Assigning materials to parts in the assembly environment 281
Evaluating mass properties for assemblies 283
Summary 284
Questions 285
Chapter 9: Introduction to Engineering Drawing 289
Understanding engineering drawings 290Table of Contents
[ v ]
Interpreting engineering drawings 292
Interpreting lines 293
Interpreting views 295
Orthogonal views 296
Auxiliary view 297
Section views 298
Detail views 299
Break-out section views 300
Crop views 301
Axonometric projections 302
Summary 302
Questions 303
Chapter 10: Basic SOLIDWORKS Drawing Layout and Annotations 304
Technical requirements 304
Opening a SOLIDWORKS drawing file 305
Generating orthographic and isometric views 309
Selecting a model to plot 309
Generating orthographic and isometric views 312
Parent and child views 315
Adding views via the View Palette 316
Deleting views 318
Adjusting the drawing scale and the display 319
Adjusting the scale of our drawing 320
Changing the drawing scale for the front parent view 320
Changing the drawing scale of the isometric child view 322
Understanding scale ratios 324
Different display types 325
Communicating dimensions and design 328
Using the smart dimension 329
The centerlines, notes, and hole callout annotations 331
Centerlines 331
Notes 334
Hole callout 335
Utilizing the drawing sheet's information block 337
Editing the information block 338
Adding new information to the information block 340
Exporting the drawing as a PDF or image 342
Exporting a drawing as a PDF file 342
Exporting the drawing as an image 343
Summary 346
Questions 346
Chapter 11: Bills of Materials 350
Technical requirements 350
Understanding BOMs 351
Understanding a BOM 351Table of Contents
[ vi ]
Generating a standard BOM 354
Inserting an assembly into a drawing sheet 354
Creating a standard BOM 357
Adjusting information in the BOMs 360
Adjusting listed information in the BOM 361
Changing a title in the BOM 361
Changing a column category 362
Sorting information in our BOMs 364
Adding new columns 366
Utilizing equations with BOMs 367
What are equations in SOLIDWORKS drawings? 367
Functions 367
Mathematical operations 368
Inputting equations in a table 368
Applying a mathematical operation 369
Applying an equation function 371
Utilizing parts callouts 373
Summary 377
Questions 377
Chapter 12: Advanced SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Core Features 381
Technical requirements 382
Understanding and applying the draft feature 382
What are drafts? 382
Applying drafts 383
Understanding and applying the shell feature 387
What is a shell? 387
Applying a shell 388
Multi-thickness settings 391
Understanding and utilizing the Hole Wizard 393
What is the Hole Wizard and why use it? 393
Identifying a hole in SOLIDWORKS 393
Utilizing the Hole Wizard 394
Understanding and applying features mirroring 401
What is mirroring for features? 401
Utilizing the Mirror command to mirror features 401
Understanding and applying the rib feature 405
Understanding ribs 405
Applying the Rib command 406
Understanding and utilizing multi-body parts 410
Defining multi-body parts and their advantages 411
Generating and dealing with a multi-body part 412
Feature scope applications 415
Separating different bodies into different parts 417
Summary 419
Questions 420Table of Contents
[ vii ]
Chapter 13: Equations, Configurations, and Design Tables 425
Technical requirements 426
Understanding and applying equations in parts 426
Understanding equations 426
Applying equations in parts 428
Modifying dimensions with equations 433
Equations within the equations manager 434
Design intent with equations 435
Understanding and utilizing configurations 436
What are configurations? 436
Applying configurations 437
Understanding and utilizing design tables 443
What are design tables? 443
Setting up a design table 445
Editing a design table 451
Editing directly from the design table 452
Editing the design table by modifying the model 452
Summary 454
Questions 454
Chapter 14: SOLIDWORKS Assemblies and Advanced Mates 460
Technical requirements 460
Understanding and using the profile center mate 461
Defining the profile center advanced mate 461
Applying the profile center mate 462
Understanding and using the width and symmetric mates 466
Defining the width advanced mate 466
Applying the width advanced mate 467
Defining the symmetric advanced mate 470
Applying the symmetric advanced mate 472
Understanding and using the distance range and angle range mates 475
Defining the distance range and angle range 475
Applying the distance range mate 476
Applying the angle range mate 480
Understanding and using the path mate and linear/linear coupler
mates 483
Defining the path mate 483
Applying the path mate 484
Defining the linear/linear coupler 489
Applying the linear/linear coupler 490
Fine-tuning the linear/linear coupler mate 493
Summary 495
Questions 495
Chapter 15: Advanced SOLIDWORKS Assemblies Competencies 498
Technical requirements 499Table of Contents
[ viii ]
Understanding and utilizing the Interference and Collision
Detection tools 499
Interference Detection 499
Interferences in practice 502
Collision Detection 503
Understanding and applying assembly features 506
Understanding assembly features 506
Applying assembly features 507
Understanding and utilizing configurations and design tables for
assemblies 511
Using manual configurations 511
Design tables 513
Summary 515
Questions 515
Assessments 520
Other Packt Products You May Enjoy 551
Index 55
Index
A
active mates
adjusting 272
viewing 272
American National Standard Institute (ANSI) 394
angle range mates
about 475
applying 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 480, 481,
482
defining 475
using 475
arcs
sketching 44
assemblies
advantages 411, 412
configurations, utilizing 511
coordinate system, setting for 280
definition statuses, finding of parts 271
design tables 511, 513, 514, 515
fully defining 270
manual configuration, using 511, 512
mass properties, evaluating for 283, 284
mass properties, utilizing for 279
material edits in 281
materials, utilizing for 279
over defining 270
under defining 270
assembly definition 272
assembly environment
materials, assigning to parts 281, 282
assembly features
about 506
applying 506, 507, 508, 509
assembly file 23
associate certifications
about 13
Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) 13
Certified SolidWorks Associate—Additive
Manufacturing (CSWA-AM) 13
Certified SolidWorks Associate—Electrical
(CSWA-E) 13
Certified SolidWorks Associate—Simulation
(CSWA-Simulation) 13
Certified SolidWorks Associate—Sustainability
(CSWA-Sustainability) 13
auxiliary views 297
axonometric projections 302
B
base cell 88
Bill of Material (BOM)
about 350, 351, 352, 353
column category, modifying 362, 363, 364
columns, adding 366, 367
equations, in SolidWorks drawings 367
equations, inputting in table 368
equations, utilizing with 367
information, adjusting 360, 361
information, sorting 364, 365, 366
title, modifying 361, 362
break-out section views 300
British Standard Institute (BSI) 394
C
canvas 24, 28, 29
canvas, components
additional viewing commands 29
coordinate system 29
part's current status 29
Cap 18
centerlines annotations 331, 332, 333
Certified PDM Professional Administrator (CPPA)
14[ 555 ]
Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) 13, 16
Certified SolidWorks Associate—Additive
Manufacturing (CSWA-AM) 13
Certified SolidWorks Associate—Electrical (CSWAE) 13
Certified SolidWorks Associate—Simulation
(CSWA-Simulation) 13
Certified SolidWorks Associate—Sustainability
(CSWA-Sustainability) 13
Certified SolidWorks Expert (CSWE) 15
Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Advanced Drawing Tools (CSWPADT) 15
Certified SolidWorks Professional Advanced—Mold
Making (CSWPA-MM) 15
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Sheet Metal (CSWPA-SM) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Surfacing (CSWPA-SU) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Weldments (CSWPA-WD) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional—Model-Based
Definition (CSWP-MBD) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional—Simulation
(CSWP-Simulation) 14
chamfers
about 63, 142, 143, 152, 155
applying 142, 148, 149, 150
feature, applying 150
modifying 155
planning 150
sketch, creating 150
child view 315
circles
sketching 44
circular patterns 89
circular sketch patterns 99, 100, 101, 102, 103,
104, 105
coincident mate
applying 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262
coincident relations 43
colinear relations 43
Collision Detection tool
about 503, 504, 505, 506
utilizing 499
command bar 24, 25, 26
complex sketches
versus simple sketches 37
concentric mate
applying 265, 268
concentric relations 43
configurations
about 436
applying 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443
utilizing 436
coordinate system
creating 227
need for 225, 226, 228, 229, 230
setting, for assemblies 280
coradial relations 43
core mechanical design 8
crop views 301
Cylindrical Box 20
Cylindrical container 18
D
design intent
with equations 435, 436
design tables
about 443, 444, 513, 514, 515
editing 451, 452
editing, by model modification 452, 453
setting up 445, 446, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451
utilizing 443
design tree
about 24, 26
commands 27
Default Reference Geometries 27
materials 28
other aspects 28
detail views 299
dimensions
communicating 328
modifying, with equations 433
dimetric 302
display types 325, 326, 327, 328
display types, isometric views
Hidden Lines Removed 325
Hidden Lines Visible 325[ 556 ]
Shaded 325
Shaded With Edges 325
Wireframe 325
distance mate
applying 277
distance range mates
about 475
applying 275, 276, 476, 478, 479
defining 475
using 475
Distances 55
document's measurement system
about 30
adjusting 31, 33
Dots Per Inch (DPI) 344
draft feature
applying 382
drafting 382
drafts
about 382, 383
applying 383, 384
creating 385, 386
drawing file 23
drawing scale
adjusting 320
changing, for front parent view 320, 321, 322
changing, for isometric child view 322, 323, 324
display, adjusting 319
scale ratios 324
drawing sheet's information block
editing 338, 339, 340
information, adding 340, 341, 342
utilizing 337
drawing
exporting, as image file 342, 343, 344, 345
exporting, as PDF file 342, 343
E
ellipses
sketching 44
engineering drawings
about 290, 291, 292
axonometric projections 302
interpreting 292
lines, interpreting 293
views, interpreting 295
equal curve length relations 43
equal relations 43
equal spacing 102
equations, in SolidWorks drawings
about 367
functions 367, 368
mathematical operations 368
equations, inputting in table
about 368
equation function, applying 371, 372, 373
mathematical operation, applying 369, 370
equations
about 426, 427, 428
applying, in parts 426, 428, 429, 430, 431, 432,
433
design intent with 435, 436
used, for modifying dimensions 433
utilizing, with Bill of Material (BOM) 367
within, equations manager 434, 435
expert certification 15, 16
extruded boss
about 120, 121
applying 120, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127
deleting 137
feature 128, 129
feature, applying 124
feature, editing 138, 139
modifying 137
planning 123
sketch, creating 123
extruded cut
about 120, 121
applying 120, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134,
135, 136
deleting 137
feature, applying 130
feature, building 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134,
135, 136
feature, deleting 140, 141, 142
feature, editing 138, 139
modifying 137
phases 130
planning 130
sketch, creating 130[ 557 ]
F
feature scope
in applications 415, 416
features 117
fillets
about 63, 142, 143
applying 142, 143, 146, 147
feature 144, 145
feature, applying 144
planning 144
sketch, creating 144
Finite Elements Method (FEM) 13
fix relations 43
fully defined sketches 68, 70
fully defined
versus under defined 42
G
geometrical relations 43
H
hole callout annotations 331, 335, 336
hole callout feature 335
Hole Wizard
about 393
end condition 394
Hole specifications 394
Hole type 393
hole, identifying in SOLIDWORKS 393
need for 393
utilizing 393, 394, 395, 397, 398, 400
horizontal relations 43
I
Interference Detection PropertyManager
features 502
Interference Detection tools
about 499, 501, 502
practice 502
utilizing 499
International Standard Organization (ISO) 394
International System of Units (SI) 30
intersection relations 43
isometric 302
isometric views
adding, via View Palette 316, 317, 318
deleting 318, 319
drawing scale, adjusting 319
generating 309, 312, 313, 314
parent view 315
J
Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) 394
K
Korean Standards (KS) 394
L
line types
break line 293
centerline 293
dimension line 293
hatch line 293
hidden line 293
section line 293
visible object line 293
linear sketch patterns 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95,
96, 97, 98
linear/linear coupler mate
about 483
applying 490, 491, 492, 493
defining 489
fine-tuning 493, 494, 495
using 483
lines
interpreting 293
sketching 44
lock mate
applying 265, 269
lofted boss
about 201, 202, 203
applying 201, 203, 204, 205, 207, 208, 209
feature options 209, 210
guide curves 215, 216, 218, 219, 220
modifying 215
lofted cut
about 201, 202, 203
applying 201, 211, 212, 213, 214
guide curves 215, 216, 218, 219, 220[ 558 ]
modifying 215
M
mass properties
center of mass, finding to coordinate system in
millimeters 239, 240
center of mass, finding to origin in millimeters
238
evaluating 230
evaluating, for assemblies 283, 284
finding, in grams 238
mass of model, finding in pounds 240, 241
overriding 230, 242, 243
utilizing, for assemblies 279
viewing 236, 237, 238
viewing, for parts 235, 236
material edits
in assemblies 281
materials
assigning 230
assigning to parts, in assembly environment
281, 282
assigning, to parts 231, 232, 233, 234, 235
utilizing, for assemblies 279
mates, categories
advanced mates 255
mechanical mates 255
standard mates 255
mates
about 255, 256
modifying 274
merge relations 43
metric system 30
midpoint relations 44
Mirror command
utilizing, to mirroring features 402, 403, 404,
405
mirroring features
about 401
applying 401
multi-body part
about 419
advantages 411
bodies, separating into parts 417, 418
dealing with 412, 413, 414, 415
defining 411
generating 412, 413, 414, 415
utilizing 410
N
non-value-oriented standard mates
applying 256
coincident 256
concentric 256
defining 256, 257
lock 256
parallel 256
perpendicular 256
tangent 256
notes annotations 331, 334, 335
O
Offset Distance 82
Offset Sketch 82, 86
Offset
deleting 87
options, customizing 87
options
customizing 87
Original Sketch 82, 86
orthogonal views 296
orthographic views
adding, via View Palette 316, 317, 318
child view 315
deleting 318, 319
generating 309, 312, 313, 314
model, selecting to plot 309, 310, 311
over defined sketches 68, 71, 72
P
parallel mate
applying 264, 266
parallel relations 44
parameter 9
parametric modeling 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
parent view 315
part file 23
parts callouts
utilizing 373, 374, 375, 376
path mate[ 559 ]
about 483
applying 484, 485, 486, 487
defining 483
using 483
patterned entity 88
perpendicular mate
applying 257, 258, 262, 263, 264
perpendicular relations 44
Pierce Relation 216
planes, examples
intersecting lines 174
line, linking to point 173
other planes 174
parallel lines 173
plane, merging with curve 176
plane, merging with line 175
plane, merging with point 175
three points 172
power trimming
using 107, 108, 109, 111
Product Data Management (PDM) 14
professional advanced certifications
about 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Advanced Drawing Tools (CSWPADT) 15
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Mold Making (CSWPA-MM) 15
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Sheet Metal (CSWPA-SM) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Surfacing (CSWPA-SU) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional
Advanced—Weldments (CSWPA-WD) 14
professional certifications
about 14
Certified PDM Professional Administrator
(CPPA) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional—Model-Based
Definition (CSWP-MBD) 14
Certified SolidWorks Professional—Simulation
(CSWP-Simulation) 14
profile center advanced mate
defining 461
profile center mate
about 461
applying 462, 463, 464, 465, 466
R
Radius 55
rectangles
sketching 44
reference geometries
about 171
coordinate system, creating 227
coordinate system, defining 225
coordinate system, need for 225, 226, 229, 230
planes, defining 172, 176
planes, defining in SolidWorks 177, 178, 179,
181, 182, 183, 184, 185
planes, need for 171, 172
revolved boss
about 156, 157
applying 155, 157, 159, 161
feature 156
feature, applying 158
modifying 166
planning 158
sketch, applying 158
revolved cut
about 156, 157
applying 155, 161, 162
feature 156
feature, applying 163
modifying 166
planning 162, 164, 165
sketch, creating 162
Rib command
applying 406, 407, 408, 409
rib feature
applying 405
ribs 405, 406
S
section views 298
shell feature
applying 387
shell
about 387, 388[ 560 ]
applying 388, 389, 391
multi-thickness settings 391, 393
simple sketches
versus complex sketches 37
sketch entities 37
sketch patterns
circular sketch patterns 99, 100, 101, 102, 103,
104, 105
creating 88
defining 88, 89
linear sketch patterns 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95,
96, 97, 98
sketch planes 38, 39
sketch
defining 81, 82
mirroring 77, 78, 79, 80
Offset, deleting 87
offsetting 77, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86
sketches
defining 41, 42
dimensions 41
relations 41
sketching functions
chamfers 63, 64, 65, 66, 67
circles and arcs, sketching 54, 55, 56, 57, 58,
59
construction lines, using 59, 61, 63
ellipses, sketching 59, 61, 63
fillets 63, 64, 65, 66, 67
lines, sketching 45, 46, 47, 48, 49
origin 44, 45
rectangles and squares, sketching 50, 51, 53,
54
using 44
sketching mode 39, 40, 41
smart dimension 335
Smart Dimension tool
using 329, 330, 331
SOLIDWORKS applications 7, 8
SOLIDWORKS assemblies
defining 248, 249
opening 248
parts, adding 248
SOLIDWORKS assembly file
dragging parts, adding 254
fixed parts, adding 254
floated parts, adding 254
parts, adding to 252, 253, 255
starting 249, 250, 251
SOLIDWORKS certifications
associate certifications 13
expert certification 15, 16
exploring 12
professional advanced certifications 14
professional certifications 14
SOLIDWORKS drawing file
opening 305, 306, 307, 308
SOLIDWORKS interface
canvas 28, 29
command bar 25, 26
components 23
design tree 26
Task Pane 29
SOLIDWORKS sketching
about 35, 39
SolidWorks sketching
geometrical relations 43
SOLIDWORKS sketching
position 35, 36, 37
power trimming, using 107, 108, 109, 111
simple sketches, versus complex sketches 37
sketch planes 38, 39
sketches, defining 41, 42
sketching mode 39, 40, 41
trimming 106
SOLIDWORKS
about 7
assembly 18, 19, 21
assembly, exploring 21, 22
complex models, versus simple models 118
core mechanical design 8
drawing 18, 20, 21
drawing, exploring 21, 22
features 117
part 18, 21
part, exploring 21, 22
role, in 3D modeling 117
simple models, versus complex models 118
sketch planes, for features 118, 119, 120
standard BOMassembly, inserting into drawing sheet 354, 355,
356, 357
generating 354, 357, 358, 359
standard mates
options 255
swept boss
about 185, 186
applying 185, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191
feature options 192, 193, 194
modifying 198, 199, 200, 201
swept cut
about 185, 186
applying 185, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198
modifying 198, 199, 200, 201
symmetric advanced mate
applying 472, 473, 474
defining 470, 471, 472
using 466
T
tangent mate
applying 264, 267
tangent relations 44
Task Pane 24, 29
trimetric 302
trimming 106
types, axonometric projections
dimetric 302
isometric 302
trimetric 302
types, chamfers
angle-distance 149
distance 149
face 150
offset face 150
vertex 149
U
under defined
versus fully defined 42
user defined sketches 68, 69
V
value-driven standard mates
angle 275
applying 274
defining 275
distance 275
vertical relations 44
View Palette
isometric views, adding 316, 317
orthographic views, adding 316, 317, 318
views
auxiliary views 297
break-out section views 300
crop views 301
detail views 299
interpreting 295
orthogonal views 296
section views 298
W
width advanced mate
applying 467, 468, 469, 470
defining 466, 467
using 466
With Ribs 405
Without Ribs 405


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