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Engineering Design and Graphics with SolidWorks 2014 shows students how to use SolidWorks to create engineering drawings and designs. The book focuses on the creation of engineering drawings, including dimensions and tolerances and the use of standard parts and tools. Each chapter contains step-by-step sample problems that show students how to apply the concepts presented in the chapter.

Effective pedagogy throughout the texthelps students learn and retain concepts:

• Objectives: Each chapter begins with objectives and an introduction to the material.

• Summaries: Each chapter concludes with a summary and exercise problems.

• Numerous illustrations: The multitude of illustrations, accompanied by explanatory captions, present a visual approach to learning. Students see in the text what they see on the screen with the addition of explanatory text.

• Practical application: The text provides hundreds of exercise projects of varying difficulty (far more than any other computer graphics text). These exercises reinforce each chapter’s content and help students learn by doing.

• Flexibility: With the hundreds of problems presented in the book, instructors can assign different problems within the same class and from year to year without repeating problems for students.

• Meets standards: The text teaches ANSI standards for dimensions and tolerances. This helps students understand how their designs are defined for production and the importance of proper tolerancing.

• Step-by-step approach: In presenting the fundamentals of engineering drawing using SolidWorks, the text uses a step-by-step approach that allows students to work and learn at their own pace.

2. Title Page
4. Preface
5. Contents
6. Chapter 1. Getting Started
1. 1-1 Introduction
2. 1-2 Starting a New Drawing
3. 1-3 SolidWorks Colors
4. 1-4 Creating a Fully Defined Circle
5. 1-5 Units
6. 1-6 Line
7. 1-7 Moving Around the Drawing Screen
8. 1-8 Orientation
9. 1-9 Sample Problem SP1-1
10. 1-10 Creating 3D Models
11. 1-11 Saving a Document
12. 1-12 Lines and Angles – Sample Problem SP1-2
13. 1-13 Holes
14. Chapter Project
7. Chapter 2. Sketch Entities and Tools
1. 2-1 Introduction
2. 2-2 Mouse Gestures and the S Key
3. 2-3 Origins
4. 2-4 Circle
5. 2-5 Rectangle
6. 2-6 Slots
7. 2-7 Perimeter Circle
8. 2-8 Arcs
9. 2-9 Polygons
10. 2-10 Spline
11. 2-11 Ellipse
12. 2-12 Fillets and Chamfers
13. 2-13 Sketch Text
14. 2-14 Point
15. 2-15 Trim Entities
16. 2-16 Extend Entities
17. 2-17 Offset Entities
18. 2-18 Mirror Entities
19. 2-19 Linear Sketch Pattern
20. 2-20 Circular Sketch Pattern
21. 2-21 Move Entities
22. 2-22 Copy Entities
23. 2-23 Rotate Entities
24. 2-24 Scale Entities
25. 2-25 Stretch Entities
26. 2-26 Split Entities
27. 2-27 Jog Lines
28. 2-28 Centerline
29. 2-29 Sample Problem SP2-1
30. 2-30 Sample Problem SP2-2
31. 2-31 Sample Problem SP2-3
32. Chapter Projects
8. Chapter 3. Features
1. 3-1 Introduction
2. 3-2 Extruded Boss/Base
3. 3-3 Sample Problem SP3-1
4. 3-4 Extruded Cut
5. 3-5 Hole Wizard
6. 3-6 A Second Method of Creating a Hole
7. 3-7 Blind Holes
8. 3-8 Fillet
9. 3-9 Chamfer
10. 3-10 Revolved Boss/Base
11. 3-11 Revolved Cut
12. 3-12 Reference Planes
13. 3-13 Lofted Boss/Base
14. 3-14 Shell
15. 3-15 Swept Boss/Base
16. 3-16 Draft
17. 3-17 Linear Sketch Pattern
18. 3-18 Circular Sketch Pattern
19. 3-19 Mirror
20. 3-20 Helix Curves and Springs
21. 3-21 Compression Springs
22. 3-22 Torsional Springs
23. 3-23 Extension Springs
24. 3-24 Wrap
25. 3-25 Editing Features
26. 3-26 Sample Problem SP3-2
27. 3-27 Sample Problem SP3-3
28. 3-28 Curve Driven Patterns
29. Chapter Projects
9. Chapter 4. Orthographic Views
1. 4-1 Introduction
2. 4-2 Third- and First-Angle Projections
3. 4-3 Fundamentals of Orthographic Views
4. 4-4 Drawing Orthographic Views Using SolidWorks
5. 4-5 Section Views
6. 4-6 Drawing a Section View Using SolidWorks
7. 4-7 Aligned Section Views
8. 4-8 Broken Views
9. 4-9 Detail Views
10. 4-10 Auxiliary Views
11. Chapter Projects
10. Chapter 5. Assemblies
1. 5-1 Introduction
2. 5-2 Starting an Assembly Drawing
3. 5-3 Move Component
4. 5-4 Rotate Component
5. 5-5 Mouse Gestures for Assembly Drawings
6. 5-6 Mate
7. 5-7 Bottom-up Assemblies
8. 5-8 Creating an Exploded Isometric Assembly Drawing
9. 5-9 Creating an Exploded Isometric Drawing Using the Drawing Format
10. 5-10 Assembly Numbers
11. 5-11 Bill of Materials (BOM or Parts List)
12. 5-12 Title Blocks
13. 5-13 Animate Collapse
14. 5-14 Sample Problem 5-1: Creating the Rotator Assembly
15. 5-15 Using the SolidWorks Motion Study Tool
16. 5-16 Editing a Part within an Assembly
17. 5-17 Interference Detection/Clearance Verification
18. Chapter Projects
11. Chapter 6. Threads and Fasteners
1. 6-1 Introduction
2. 6-2 Thread Terminology
3. 6-3 Thread Callouts—ANSI Metric Units
4. 6-4 Thread Callouts—ANSI Unified Screw Threads
5. 6-5 Thread Representations
6. 6-6 Internal Threads—Inches
7. 6-7 Threaded Blind Holes—Inches
8. 6-8 Internal Threads—Metric
9. 6-9 Accessing the Design Library
10. 6-10 Thread Pitch
11. 6-11 Determining an External Thread Length—Inches
12. 6-12 Smart Fasteners
13. 6-13 Determining an Internal Thread Length
14. 6-14 Set Screws
15. 6-15 Drawing a Threaded Hole in the Side of a Cylinder
16. 6-16 Adding Set Screws to the Collar
17. Chapter Projects
12. Chapter 7. Dimensioning
1. 7-1 Introduction
2. 7-2 Terminology and Conventions—ANSI
3. 7-3 Adding Dimensions to a Drawing
4. 7-4 Drawing Scale
5. 7-5 Units
6. 7-6 Dimensioning Holes and Fillets
7. 7-7 Dimensioning Counterbored and Countersunk Holes
8. 7-8 Angular Dimensions
9. 7-9 Ordinate Dimensions
10. 7-10 Baseline Dimensions
11. 7-11 Locating Dimensions
12. 7-12 Fillets and Rounds
13. 7-13 Rounded Shapes—Internal
14. 7-14 Rounded Shapes—External
15. 7-15 Irregular Surfaces
16. 7-16 Polar Dimensions
17. 7-17 Chamfers
18. 7-18 Symbols and Abbreviations
19. 7-19 Symmetrical and Centerline Symbols
20. 7-20 Dimensioning to a Point
21. 7-21 Dimensioning Section Views
22. 7-22 Dimensioning Orthographic Views
23. Chapter Projects
13. Chapter 8. Tolerancing
1. 8-1 Introduction
2. 8-2 Direct Tolerance Methods
3. 8-3 Tolerance Expressions
4. 8-4 Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances
5. 8-5 Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances
6. 8-6 Creating Limit Tolerances
7. 8-7 Creating Angular Tolerances
8. 8-8 Standard Tolerances
9. 8-9 Double Dimensioning
10. 8-10 Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions
11. 8-11 Tolerance Studies
12. 8-12 Rectangular Dimensions
13. 8-13 Hole Locations
14. 8-14 Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole
15. 8-15 Sample Problem SP8-1
16. 8-16 Sample Problem SP8-2
17. 8-17 Nominal Sizes
18. 8-18 Standard Fits (Metric Values)
19. 8-19 Standard Fits (Inch Values)
20. 8-20 Preferred and Standard Sizes
21. 8-21 Surface Finishes
22. 8-22 Surface Control Symbols
23. 8-23 Applying Surface Control Symbols
24. 8-24 Design Problems
25. 8-25 Geometric Tolerances
26. 8-26 Tolerances of Form
27. 8-27 Flatness
28. 8-28 Straightness
29. 8-29 Straightness (RFS and MMC)
30. 8-30 Circularity
31. 8-31 Cylindricity
32. 8-32 Geometric Tolerances Using SolidWorks
33. 8-33 Datums
34. 8-34 Tolerances of Orientation
35. 8-35 Perpendicularity
36. 8-36 Parallelism
37. 8-37 Angularity
38. 8-38 Profiles
39. 8-39 Runouts
40. 8-40 Positional Tolerances
41. 8-41 Creating Positional Tolerances Using SolidWorks
42. 8-42 Virtual Condition
43. 8-43 Floating Fasteners
44. 8-44 Sample Problem SP8-3
45. 8-45 Sample Problem SP8-4
46. 8-46 Fixed Fasteners
47. 8-47 Sample Problem SP8-5
48. 8-48 Design Problems
49. Chapter Projects
14. Chapter 9. Bearings and Fit Tolerances
1. 9-1 Introduction
2. 9-2 Sleeve Bearings
3. 9-3 Bearings from the Toolbox
4. 9-4 Ball Bearings
5. 9-5 Fits and Tolerances for Bearings
6. 9-6 Fits—Inches
7. 9-7 Clearance Fits
8. 9-8 Hole Basis
9. 9-9 Shaft Basis
10. 9-10 Sample Problem SP10-2
11. 9-11 Interference Fits
12. 9-12 Manufactured Bearings
13. 9-13 Fit Tolerances—Millimeters
14. Chapter Projects
15. Chapter 10. Gears
1. 10-1 Introduction
2. 10-2 Gear Terminology
3. 10-3 Gear Formulas
4. 10-4 Creating Gears Using SolidWorks
5. 10-5 Gear Ratios
6. 10-6 Gears and Bearings
7. 10-7 Power Transmission—Shaft to Gear
8. 10-8 Set Screws and Gear Hubs
9. 10-9 Keys, Keyseats, and Gears
10. 10-10 Sample Problem 10-1—Support Plates
11. 10-11 Rack and Pinion Gears
12. 10-12 Metric Gears
13. Chapter Projects
16. Chapter 11. Belts and Pulleys
1. 11-1 Introduction
2. 11-2 Belt and Pulley Standard Sizes
3. 11-3 Pulleys and Keys
4. 11-4 Multiple Pulleys
5. 11-5 Chains and Sprockets
6. Chapter Projects
17. Chapter 12. Cams
1. 12-1 Introduction
2. 12-2 Base Circle
3. 12-3 Trace Point
4. 12-4 Dwell, Rise, and Fall
5. 12-5 Creating Cams in SolidWorks
6. 12-6 Cam - Circular Setup Tab
7. 12-7 Cam - Circular Motion Tab
8. 12-8 Cam - Circular Creation Tab
9. 12-9 Hubs on Cams
10. 12-10 Springs for Cams
11. 12-11 Sample Problem SP12-1—Cams in Assemblies
12. Chapter Projects
18. Appendix
19. Index
20. Chapter 13. Projects