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Engineering Design and Graphics with SolidWorks® 2014

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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.

  • Table of Contents

    1. About This eBook
    2. Title Page
    3. Copyright Page
    4. Preface
      1. Download Instructor Resources from the Instructor Resource Center
      2. Acknowledgments
    5. Contents
    6. Chapter 1. Getting Started
      1. 1-1 Introduction
      2. 1-2 Starting a New Drawing
        1. To Start a New Drawing
        2. To Select a Drawing Plane
      3. 1-3 SolidWorks Colors
      4. 1-4 Creating a Fully Defined Circle
        1. To Change an Existing Dimension
        2. Fully Defined Entities
      5. 1-5 Units
        1. To Change Units
      6. 1-6 Line
        1. To Sketch a Line
        2. To Exit the Sketch Mode
        3. To Reenter the Sketch Mode
      7. 1-7 Moving Around the Drawing Screen
        1. To Zoom the Line
        2. To Move the Line
        3. To Reorientate the Line
      8. 1-8 Orientation
        1. To Return to the Top View Orientation – View Selector
        2. To Return to the Top View Orientation – Top View
        3. To Return to the Top View Orientation – Orientation Triad
      9. 1-9 Sample Problem SP1-1
        1. To Fix a Line in Place
        2. To Fully Define the Shape
      10. 1-10 Creating 3D Models
        1. To Create a 3D Model
      11. 1-11 Saving a Document
        1. To Save a Document
      12. 1-12 Lines and Angles – Sample Problem SP1-2
      13. 1-13 Holes
        1. To Create a Hole
      14. Chapter Project
        1. Project 1-1:
    7. Chapter 2. Sketch Entities and Tools
      1. 2-1 Introduction
      2. 2-2 Mouse Gestures and the S Key
        1. Mouse Gestures
        2. S Key
      3. 2-3 Origins
        1. To Show the Origin
      4. 2-4 Circle
        1. To Sketch a Circle
        2. To Sketch a Perimeter Circle Using Three Points
        3. To Sketch a Perimeter Circle Tangent to Three Lines
      5. 2-5 Rectangle
        1. Center Rectangle
        2. To Sketch a Corner Rectangle
        3. To Sketch a Center Rectangle
        4. To Sketch a 3 Point Corner Rectangle
        5. To Sketch a 3 Point Center Rectangle
        6. To Sketch a Parallelogram
      6. 2-6 Slots
        1. To Draw a Straight Slot
        2. To Draw a Centerpoint Straight Slot
        3. To Draw a 3 Point Arc Slot
        4. To Draw a Centerpoint Arc Slot
      7. 2-7 Perimeter Circle
        1. To Draw a Perimeter Circle
      8. 2-8 Arcs
        1. To Draw a Centerpoint Arc
        2. To Draw a Tangent Arc
        3. To Draw a 3 Point Arc
      9. 2-9 Polygons
        1. To Draw a Hexagon
      10. 2-10 Spline
        1. To Draw a Spline
        2. To Edit a Spline
      11. 2-11 Ellipse
        1. To Draw an Ellipse
        2. To Draw a Partial Ellipse
        3. To Draw a Parabola
        4. Conic Section
        5. To Draw a Conic
      12. 2-12 Fillets and Chamfers
        1. To Draw a Fillet
        2. To Draw a Chamfer
      13. 2-13 Sketch Text
        1. To Add Text
        2. To Change the Font and Size of Text
      14. 2-14 Point
      15. 2-15 Trim Entities
        1. To Use Trim Entities
      16. 2-16 Extend Entities
        1. To Extend Entities in a Sketch
      17. 2-17 Offset Entities
        1. To Draw an Offset Line
      18. 2-18 Mirror Entities
        1. To Create a Mirror Entity
      19. 2-19 Linear Sketch Pattern
        1. To Create a Linear Sketch Pattern
      20. 2-20 Circular Sketch Pattern
        1. To Create a Circular Sketch Pattern
      21. 2-21 Move Entities
        1. To Move an Entity
      22. 2-22 Copy Entities
        1. To Copy an Entity
      23. 2-23 Rotate Entities
        1. To Rotate an Entity
      24. 2-24 Scale Entities
        1. To Create a Scale Entity
      25. 2-25 Stretch Entities
        1. To Stretch an Entity
      26. 2-26 Split Entities
        1. To Use the Split Entities Tool
      27. 2-27 Jog Lines
        1. To Use the Jog Line Tool
      28. 2-28 Centerline
        1. To Use the Centerline Tool
      29. 2-29 Sample Problem SP2-1
      30. 2-30 Sample Problem SP2-2
      31. 2-31 Sample Problem SP2-3
      32. Chapter Projects
        1. Project 2-1:
        2. Project 2-2:
    8. Chapter 3. Features
      1. 3-1 Introduction
      2. 3-2 Extruded Boss/Base
        1. To Use the Extruded Boss/Base Tool
        2. To Create Inward Draft Sides
        3. To Create an Outward Draft
      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
        1. To Create a Blind Hole – Inches
        2. To Create a Blind Hole – Metric
      8. 3-8 Fillet
        1. To Create a Fillet with a Variable Radius
        2. To Create a Fillet Using the Face Fillet Option
        3. To Create a Fillet Using the Full Round Fillet Option
      9. 3-9 Chamfer
        1. To Define a Chamfer Using an Angle and a Distance
        2. To Define a Chamfer Using Two Distances
        3. To Define a Vertex Chamfer
      10. 3-10 Revolved Boss/Base
      11. 3-11 Revolved Cut
      12. 3-12 Reference Planes
        1. To Create a Reference Plane
      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
        1. To Draw a Helix
        2. To Draw a Spring from the Given Helix
      21. 3-21 Compression Springs
        1. To Create Ground Ends
      22. 3-22 Torsional Springs
        1. To Draw a Torsional Spring
      23. 3-23 Extension Springs
        1. To Draw an Extension Spring
      24. 3-24 Wrap
        1. To Create Debossed Text
      25. 3-25 Editing Features
        1. To Edit the Hole
        2. To Edit the Cutout
      26. 3-26 Sample Problem SP3-2
        1. To Draw a Cylinder
        2. To Create a Slanted Surface on the Cylinder
        3. To Add the Vertical Slot
        4. To Add the Ø8 Hole
      27. 3-27 Sample Problem SP3-3
      28. 3-28 Curve Driven Patterns
        1. To Use the Curve Driven Pattern Tool – Example 1
        2. To Use the Curve Driven Pattern Tool – Example 2
      29. Chapter Projects
        1. Project 3-1:
        2. Project 3-2:
        3. Project 3-3:
        4. Project 3-4:
        5. Project 3-5:
        6. Project 3-6:
        7. Project 3-7:
        8. Project 3-8:
    9. Chapter 4. Orthographic Views
      1. 4-1 Introduction
      2. 4-2 Third- and First-Angle Projections
      3. 4-3 Fundamentals of Orthographic Views
        1. Normal Surfaces
        2. Hidden Lines
        3. Precedence of Lines
        4. Slanted Surfaces
        5. Compound Lines
        6. Oblique Surfaces
        7. Rounded Surfaces
      4. 4-4 Drawing Orthographic Views Using SolidWorks
        1. To Move Orthographic Views
        2. To Create Other Views
      5. 4-5 Section Views
      6. 4-6 Drawing a Section View Using SolidWorks
        1. To Change the Style of a Section View
      7. 4-7 Aligned Section Views
      8. 4-8 Broken Views
        1. To Create a Broken View
      9. 4-9 Detail Views
        1. To Draw a Detail View
      10. 4-10 Auxiliary Views
        1. To Draw an Auxiliary View
      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
        1. To Create the First Assembly
        2. To Create a Second Assembly
        3. To Create a Third Assembly
      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)
        1. To Edit the BOM
        2. To Add Columns to the BOM
        3. To Change the Width of a Column
        4. To Change the Width of Rows and Columns
        5. To Change the BOM’s Font
      12. 5-12 Title Blocks
        1. Revision Letters
        2. To Edit a Title Block
        3. Release Blocks
        4. Tolerance Block
        5. Application Block
      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
        1. Motion
      16. 5-16 Editing a Part within an Assembly
      17. 5-17 Interference Detection/Clearance Verification
        1. Interference Detection
        2. To Detect an Interference
        3. To Verify the Clearance
        4. To Remove the Interference
        5. To Verify That a Clearance Exists
      18. Chapter Projects
        1. Project 5-1:
        2. Project 5-2:
        3. Project 5-3:
        4. Project 5-4:
        5. Project 5-6:
        6. Project 5-7:
        7. Project 5-8:
        8. Project 5-9:
        9. Project 5-10:
        10. Project 5-11:
        11. Project 5-12:
        12. Project 5-13:
        13. Project 5-14:
        14. Project 5-15
    11. Chapter 6. Threads and Fasteners
      1. 6-1 Introduction
      2. 6-2 Thread Terminology
        1. Pitch
      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
        1. Project 6-1: Millimeters
        2. Project 6-2: Millimeters
        3. Project 6-3: Inches
        4. Project 6-4: Inches
        5. Project 6-5: Inches or Millimeters
        6. Project 6-6: Millimeters
        7. Project 6-7: Millimeters
        8. Project 6-8: Millimeters
        9. Project 6-9: Inches and Millimeters
        10. Project 6-10: Millimeters
        11. Project 6-11: Millimeters
        12. Project 6-12: Inches or Millimeters
        13. Project 6-13: Inches
        14. Project 6-14: Millimeters
        15. Project 6-15: Millimeters
        16. Project 6-16: Millimeters
        17. Project 6-17: Access Controller
        18. Project 6-18: Grinding Wheel
        19. Project 6-19: Millimeters
        20. Project 6-20: Inches
        21. Project 6-21: Millimeters
        22. Project 6-22: Inches
        23. Project 6-23: Millimeters
        24. Project 6-24: Inches
        25. Project 6-25: Inches
        26. Project 6-26: Inches
        27. Project 6-27: Inches
        28. Project 6-28: Inches
    12. Chapter 7. Dimensioning
      1. 7-1 Introduction
      2. 7-2 Terminology and Conventions—ANSI
        1. Some Common Terms
        2. Some Dimensioning Conventions
        3. Some Common Errors to Avoid
      3. 7-3 Adding Dimensions to a Drawing
        1. Controlling Dimensions
        2. Dimensioning Short Distances
        3. Autodimension Tool
        4. To Create Baseline Dimensions
      4. 7-4 Drawing Scale
      5. 7-5 Units
        1. Aligned Dimensions
        2. Hole Dimensions
      6. 7-6 Dimensioning Holes and Fillets
        1. Dimensioning a Blind Hole
        2. Dimensioning Hole Patterns
      7. 7-7 Dimensioning Counterbored and Countersunk Holes
        1. Counterbored Hole with Threads
        2. To Dimension Countersink Holes
        3. To Dimension the Block
      8. 7-8 Angular Dimensions
        1. To Dimension an Evenly Spaced Hole Pattern
      9. 7-9 Ordinate Dimensions
        1. To Create Ordinate Dimensions
      10. 7-10 Baseline Dimensions
        1. To Create Baseline Dimensions
        2. Hole Tables
      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
        1. Dimensions Using Centerlines
      23. Chapter Projects
        1. Project 7-1:
        2. Project 7-2:
        3. Project 7-3:
        4. Project 7-4:
        5. Project 7-5:
        6. Project 7-6:
    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
        1. To Add Plus and Minus Symmetric Tolerances Using the Dimension Text Box
      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
        1. Baseline Dimensions Created Using SolidWorks
      11. 8-11 Tolerance Studies
        1. Calculating the Maximum Length of A
        2. Calculating the Minimum Length of A
      12. 8-12 Rectangular Dimensions
      13. 8-13 Hole Locations
      14. 8-14 Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole
        1. For Linear Dimensions and Tolerances
      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)
        1. Clearance Fits
        2. Transitional Fits
        3. Interference Fits
      19. 8-19 Standard Fits (Inch Values)
        1. To Add a Fit Callout to a Drawing
        2. Reading Fit Tables
      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
        1. To Add a Lay Symbol to a Drawing
      24. 8-24 Design Problems
        1. Floating Condition
        2. Fixed Condition
        3. Designing a Hole Given a Fastener Size
      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
        1. To Add a Datum Indicator
        2. To Define a Perpendicular Tolerance
        3. To Define a Straightness Value for Datum Surface A
      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
        1. To Create the Positional Tolerance
      42. 8-42 Virtual Condition
        1. Calculating the Virtual Condition for a Shaft
        2. Calculating the Virtual Condition for a Hole
      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
        1. Project 8-1:
        2. Project 8-2:
        3. Project 8-3:
        4. Project 8-4:
        5. Project 8-5:
        6. Project 8-6:
        7. Project 8-7:
        8. Project 8-8:
        9. Project 8-9:
        10. Project 8-10:
        11. Project 8-11:
        12. Project 8-12:
        13. Project 8-13:
        14. Project 8-14:
        15. Project 8-15:
        16. Project 8-16:
        17. Project 8-17:
        18. Project 8-18:
        19. Project 8-19:
        20. Project 8-20: Inches
        21. Project 8-21: Millimeters
        22. Project 8-22: Inches
        23. Project 8-23: Millimeters
        24. Project 8-24: Millimeters
        25. Project 8-25: Inches
        26. Project 8-26: Millimeters
        27. Project 8-27: Inches
        28. Project 8-28: Millimeters
        29. Project 8-29:
        30. Project 8-30:
        31. Project 8-31:
        32. Project 8-32:
        33. Project 8-33:
        34. Project 8-34:
        35. Project 8-35:
        36. Project 8-36:
        37. Project 8-37:
        38. Project 8-38:
        39. Project 8-39:
        40. Project 8-40:
        41. Project 8-41:
        42. Project 8-42:
        43. Project 8-43:
        44. Project 8-44:
        45. Project 8-45:
        46. Project 8-46:
        47. Project 8-47:
        48. Project 8-48:
        49. Project 8-49:
        50. Project 8-50:
        51. Project 8-51:
        52. Project 8-52:
        53. Project 8-53:
        54. Project 8-54:
        55. Project 8-55:
    14. Chapter 9. Bearings and Fit Tolerances
      1. 9-1 Introduction
      2. 9-2 Sleeve Bearings
        1. To Draw a Sleeve Bearing
        2. To Use a Sleeve Bearing in an Assembly Drawing
      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
        1. Clearance for a Manufactured Bearing
        2. To Apply a Clearance Fit Tolerance Using SolidWorks
        3. Interference for a Manufactured Bearing
        4. To Apply an Interference Fit Tolerance Using SolidWorks
        5. Using SolidWorks to Apply Standard Fit Tolerances to an Assembly Drawing
      13. 9-13 Fit Tolerances—Millimeters
      14. Chapter Projects
        1. Project 9-1: Clearance Fits—Inches
        2. Project 9-2: Clearance Fits—Inches
        3. Project 9-3: Clearance Fits—Inches
        4. Project 9-4: Clearance Fits—Millimeters
        5. Project 9-5: Interference Fits—Inches
        6. Project 9-6: Interference Fits—Inches
        7. Project 9-7: Locational Fits—Inches
        8. Project 9-8: Interference Fits—Millimeters
        9. Project 9-9: Inches
        10. Project 9-10: Inches
        11. Project 9-11: Inches
        12. Project 9-12: Millimeters
        13. Project 9-13: Inches
        14. Project 9-14: Inches
    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
        1. To Create a Gear Assembly
        2. To Animate the Gears
      5. 10-5 Gear Ratios
      6. 10-6 Gears and Bearings
        1. To Add Bearings
      7. 10-7 Power Transmission—Shaft to Gear
      8. 10-8 Set Screws and Gear Hubs
        1. To Add a Threaded Hole to the Gear’s Hub
      9. 10-9 Keys, Keyseats, and Gears
        1. To Define and Create Keyseats in Gears
        2. To Return to the Assembly Drawing
        3. To Define and Create a Parallel Key
        4. To Create a Keyseat in the Shaft
        5. To Create the Keyseat
        6. To Create the Arc-Shaped End of a Keyseat
      10. 10-10 Sample Problem 10-1—Support Plates
        1. To Determine the Pitch Diameter
        2. To Edit the Bill of Materials
      11. 10-11 Rack and Pinion Gears
        1. To Animate the Rack and Pinion
      12. 10-12 Metric Gears
        1. To Create a Metric Gear
      13. Chapter Projects
        1. Project 10-1: Inches
        2. Projects 10-2: Inches
        3. Project 10-3: Inches
        4. Project 10-4: Millimeters
        5. Projects 10-5: Inches
        6. Projects 10-6: Inches
        7. Project 10-7: Millimeters
        8. Project 10-8: Inches
        9. Projects 10-9: Inches
        10. Project 10-10: Millimeters
        11. Projects 10-11: Inches
        12. Project 10-12: Inches—Design Problem
        13. Project 10-13: Inches—Design Problem
        14. Project 10-14: Millimeters—Design Problem
        15. Project 10-15: Inches
        16. Project 10-16: Inches—Design Problem
        17. Project 10-17: Millimeters—Design Problem
        18. Project 10-18: Inches—Design Problem
        19. Project 10-19: Millimeters—Design Problem
    16. Chapter 11. Belts and Pulleys
      1. 11-1 Introduction
      2. 11-2 Belt and Pulley Standard Sizes
        1. To Draw a Belt and Pulley Assembly
      3. 11-3 Pulleys and Keys
        1. To Add a Keyway to a Pulley
      4. 11-4 Multiple Pulleys
        1. To Create a Multi-Pulley Assembly
      5. 11-5 Chains and Sprockets
        1. To Create a Chain and Sprocket Assembly
        2. To Add Thickness and Width to the Chain
      6. Chapter Projects
        1. Project 11-1: Inches
        2. Project 11-2: Inches—Design Problem
        3. Project 11-3: Inches—Design Problem
        4. Project 11-4: Inches
        5. Project 11-5: Inches
        6. Project 11-6: Inches
    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
        1. Shape of the Rise and Fall Lines
        2. Cam Direction
      5. 12-5 Creating Cams in SolidWorks
        1. To Access the Cam Tools
      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
        1. Using the Cam - Circular Dialog Box to Create a Hub
        2. Using the Sketch and Features Tools to Create a Hub
        3. To Add a Threaded Hole to a Cam’s Hub
        4. To Add a Keyway to Cam
      10. 12-10 Springs for Cams
        1. To Draw a Spring
      11. 12-11 Sample Problem SP12-1—Cams in Assemblies
        1. Creating an Orthographic Drawing and a Bill of Materials
      12. Chapter Projects
        1. Project 12-1: Inches
        2. Project 12-2: Inches
        3. Project 12-3: Design Problem
        4. Project 12-4: Millimeters
        5. Project 12-5:
        6. Project 12-6: Design Problem
        7. Project 12-7: Design Problem
        8. Project 12-8: Millimeters
    18. Appendix
    19. Index
    20. Chapter 13. Projects
      1. 13-1 Introduction
      2. 13-2 Project 1: Milling Vise
      3. 13-3 Project 2: Tenon Jig