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Machine Drawing with AutoCAD

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AutoCAD is one of the most powerful and economical software for drafting and designing available in the market today. Keeping this software as the platform, Machine Drawing with AutoCAD provides a comprehensive and practical overview of machine dra

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Contents
  4. Dedication
  5. Preface
  6. Chapter 1: Introduction
    1. History of Engineering Drawing
    2. Change in Drafting Environment
    3. Cad and Computer-Aided Drafting
  7. Chapter 2: Orthographic Projection
    1. Perspective Projection
    2. Parallel Projection
    3. Orthogonal Projection
    4. Angles of Projections
    5. Drawing Layout
    6. Drawing Convention of Orthographic Views—Hidden and Center Line
    7. Conversion of Pictorial Views into Orthographic Views
    8. Other Types of Projections
    9. Principles of Isometric Projection
    10. Oblique Projection
    11. Exercise
  8. Chapter 3: Computer-Aided Drafting Packages and AutoCAD
    1. Working Interface of AutoCAD
    2. Drawing Limits
    3. Creating 2-D Drawings in AutoCAD
    4. AutoCAD Commands
    5. Creating Text in AutoCAD
    6. Height of Text and Scale Factor
    7. Editing Single Line Text
    8. Editing Commands in AutoCAD
    9. Clean-Up Commands—Trim, Extend, Break, Fillet, Chamfer
    10. Changing Object Properties from Command Line
    11. Scale
    12. Object Snap Mode
    13. Display Control in AutoCAD
    14. Layer
    15. Creating an AutoCAD Drawing—Illustrative Example
    16. Exercise
  9. Chapter 4: Dimensioning in AutoCAD
    1. General Concepts and Standard Practices
    2. Components of Dimensions Label
    3. Types of Dimensions
    4. Standard Practice in Dimensioning
    5. Types of Dimensioning
    6. Dimensions in AutoCAD
    7. Toolbar and Commands
    8. Editing Dimensions in AutoCAD
    9. Illustrative Example of Dimensioning
    10. Exercise
  10. Chapter 5: Section and Sectional Views
    1. Cutting Plane Lines
    2. Full Section
    3. Half Section
    4. Special Section
    5. Local or Partial Section
    6. Removed Section
    7. Offset Section
    8. Omission of Section
    9. Hatching or Section Lines
    10. Sectional View and AutoCAD
    11. Illustrative Problems
    12. Exercise
  11. Chapter 6: Thread and Fasteners
    1. Thread Terminology
    2. Thread Forms
    3. Metric Thread
    4. Other Thread Forms
    5. Thread Representation
    6. External Threads
    7. Internal Threads
    8. Designing Screw Thread in Drawing
    9. Threaded Fasteners
    10. Locking Arrangement
    11. Creating Blocks for Repetitive Usage in AutoCAD
    12. Creating Blocks from Individual Objects
    13. Creating a Symbol Library
    14. Exercise
  12. Chapter 7: Keys, Cotter Joints, Pin Joints
    1. Key Joints
    2. Key
    3. Cotter Joint
    4. Example of Orthographic Projection Drawing Using AutoCAD
    5. Exercise
  13. Chapter 8: Paper Space and Model Space
    1. Viewports
    2. Model Space
    3. Paper Space
    4. Exercise
  14. Chapter 9: Solid Modelling
    1. Solid Primitives
    2. Construction and Display of 3-D Solid Primitives
    3. View Directions in AutoCAD—Viewpoint
    4. Creating Extruded Solid
    5. Creating Revolved Solid
    6. Creating Composite Solids
    7. Creating Fillets and Rounds (Fillet)
    8. Chamfer
    9. Section (Creating a Cross-Section)
    10. Concept of Working Plane
    11. Creating a Solid Model of a Block with Steps
    12. Orthographic Projection Views
    13. Analysing Solids
    14. Advanced Editing Commands
    15. Exercise
  15. Chapter 10: Pulleys
    1. C.I. Belt Pulleys
    2. Speed Cone or Stepped Pulleys
    3. Split Pulleys
    4. Rope Pulley
    5. V-Belt Pulleys
    6. Making a Solid Model of a V-Belt Pulley
    7. Exercise
  16. Chapter 11: Shaft Coupling Clutches
    1. Rigid Coupling
    2. Flexible Coupling
    3. Universal Coupling or Hooke's Joint
    4. Clutches
    5. Exercise
  17. Chapter 12: Pipe Joints
    1. Threaded Joint
    2. Flanged Joint
    3. Spigot and Socket Joint
    4. Expansion Joint
    5. Union Joint
    6. Pipe Drawings
    7. Pipe Fittings
    8. Types of Pipe Drawings
    9. Dimensioning Pipe Drawings
    10. Pipe Drawings Using AutoCAD
    11. Pipe Drawing in 3-D
    12. Exercise
  18. Chapter 13: Valves
    1. Cocks
    2. Flap Valve
    3. Stop Valve
    4. Feed Check Valve
    5. Safety Valve
    6. Exercise
  19. Chapter 14: Gears
    1. Spur Gears
    2. Rack and Pinion
    3. Annular Gear and Pinion
    4. Bevel Gear
    5. Exercise
  20. Chapter 15: Production Drawing
    1. AutoCAD and Production Drawing
    2. Dimensional Tolerances
    3. Fits
    4. General Tolerance for Linear and Angular Dimensions
    5. Surface Roughness
    6. Exercise
  21. Chapter 16: Miscellaneous Machine Components
    1. Bearings
    2. Engine Parts
    3. Internal Combustion Engine
    4. Toolhead of a Shaping Machine
    5. Tailstock of a Lathe
    6. Exercise
  22. Appendix 1: Creating Text Style
    1. How to Create a New Text Style
    2. Renaming and Deleting a Text Style
    3. Changing a Text Style
    4. Making a Style Current
  23. Appendix 2: Multiline Text
    1. Creating Multiline Text
    2. Import Text
    3. Properties Tab
    4. Line Spacing
    5. Find/Replace Tab
  24. Appendix 3: Color, Linetype and Line Weights
    1. Setting the Color, Linetype and Line Weight of an Object
    2. Controlling Color
    3. Changing Color of Object by Grips
    4. Controlling Linetypes
    5. Steps to Load a Linetype
    6. Setting the Linetype Scale (Ltscale)
    7. Controlling Lineweights
    8. Editing Objects by the Properties Window
  25. Appendix 4: Ordinate Dimension
    1. Ordinate Dimension—Dimordinate
  26. Appendix 5: Editing Dimensions
    1. Editing Dimensions in AutoCAD
    2. Editing Dimension Text—Dimtedit and Dimedit Commands
    3. Using Grip to Edit Dimension
    4. Using Object Properties Window
    5. Modifying or Overriding the Dimension Style
    6. Controlling the Dimension Settings
  27. Appendix 6: UCS Command
  28. Acknowledgements
  29. Copyright