Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD 2020, 1st edition

  • James D. Bethune

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Overview

1. Getting Started
1-1 Introduction
To Start a New Drawing
1-2 Tabs and Panels
1-3 The Command Line Box
1-4 Command Tools
1-5 Starting a New Drawing
1-6 Naming a Drawing
1-7 Drawing Units
1-8 Drawing Limits
1-9 Grid and Snap
1-10 Sample Problem SP1-1
1-11 Save and Save As
1-12 Open
1-13 Close
1-14 Exercise Problems
2. Fundamentals of 2D Construction
2-1 Introduction
2-2 Line - Random Points
2-3 Erase
2-4 Line - Snap Points
2-5 Line - Dynamic Inputs
2-6 Construction Line
2-7 Circle
2-8 Circle Centerlines
2-9 Polyline
2-10 Spline
2-11 Ellipse
2-12 Rectangle
2-13 Polygon
2-14 Point
2-15 Text
2-16 Move
2-17 Copy
2-18 Offset
2-19 Mirror
2-20 Array
2-21 Rotate
2-22 Trim
2-23 Extend
2-24 Break
2-25 Chamfer
2-26 Fillet
2-27 Table
2-28 Exercise Problems
3. Advanced Commands
3-1 Introduction
3-2 Osnap
3-3 Osnap - Endpoint
3-4 Osnap - Snap From
3-5 Osnap - Midpoint
3-6 Osnap - Intersection
3-7 Osnap - Apparent Intersection
3-8 Osnap - Center
3-9 Osnap - Quadrant
3-10 Osnap - Perpendicular
3-11 Osnap - Tangent
3-12 Osnap - Nearest
3-13 Sample Problem SP3-1
3-14 Sample Problem SP3-2
3-15 Grips
3-16 Grips - Extend
3-17 Grips - Move
3-18 Grips - Rotate
3-19 Grips - Scale
3-20 Grips - Mirror
3-21 Blocks
3-22 Working with Blocks
3-23 Wblock
3-24 Layers
3-25 Attributes
3-26 Title Blocks with Attributes
3-27 Edit Polyline
3-28 Edit Spline
3-29 Edit Text
3-30 Constructing the Bisector of an Angle - Method I
3-31 Constructing the Bisector of an Angle - Method II
3-32 Constructing an Ogee Curve (S-Curve) with Equal Arcs
3-33 Constructing a Parabola
3-34 Constructing a Hyperbola
3-35 Constructing a Spiral
3-36 Constructing a Helix
3-37 Designing by Using Shape Parameters
3-38 Exercise Problems
4. Sketching
4-1 Introduction
4-2 Establishing Your Own Style
4-3 Graph Paper
4-4 Pencils
4-5 Lines
4-6 Proportions
4-7 Curves
4-8 Sample Problem SP4-1
4-9 Isometric Sketches
4-10 Sample Problem SP4-2
4-11 Oblique Sketches
4-12 Perspective Sketches
4-13 Working in Different Orientations
4-14 Exercise Problems
5. Orthographic Views
5-1 Introduction
5-2 Three Views of an Object
5-3 Visualization
5-4 Hidden Lines
5-5 Hidden Line Conventions
5-6 Drawing Hidden Lines
5-7 Precedence of Lines
5-8 Slanted Surfaces
5-9 Projection Between Views
5-10 Sample Problem SP5-1
5-11 Compound Lines
5-12 Sample Problem SP5-2
5-13 Oblique Surfaces
5-14 Sample Problem SP5-3
5-15 Rounded Surfaces
5-16 Sample Problem SP5-4
5-17 Holes
5-18 Holes in Slanted Surfaces
5-19 Cylinders
5-20 Sample Problem SP5-5
5-21 Cylinders with Slanted and Rounded Surfaces
5-22 Sample Problem SP5-6
5-23 Drawing Conventions and Cylinders
5-24 Irregular Surfaces
5-25 Sample Problem SP5-7
5-26 Hole Callouts
5-27 Castings
5-28 Sample Problem SP5-8
5-29 Thin-Walled Objects
5-30 Sample Problem SP5-9
5-31 Intersections
5-32 Sample Problem SP5-10
5-33 Sample Problem SP5-11
5-34 Sample Problem SP5-12
5-35 Designing by Modifying an Existing Part
5-36 Drawing Standards
5-37 Third- and First-Angle Projections
5-38 Exercise Problems
6. Sectional Views
6-1 Introduction
6-2 Cutting Plane Lines
6-3 Section Lines
6-4 Hatch
6-5 Sample Problem SP6-1
6-6 Styles of Section Lines
6-7 Sectional View Location
6-8 Holes in Sections
6-9 Gradients
6-10 Offset Sections
6-11 Multiple Sections
6-12 Aligned Sections
6-13 Drawing Conventions in Sections
6-14 Half, Partial, and Broken-Out Sectional Views
6-15 Removed Sectional Views
6-16 Breaks
6-17 Sectional Views of Castings
6-18 Exercise Problems
7. Auxiliary Views
7-1 Introduction
7-2 Projection Between Normal and Auxiliary Views
7-3 Sample Problem SP7-1
7-4 Transferring Lines Between Views
7-5 Sample Problem SP7-2
7-6 Projecting Rounded Surfaces
7-7 Sample Problem SP7-3
7-8 Projecting Irregular Surfaces
7-9 Sample Problem SP7-4
7-10 Sample Problem SP7-5
7-11 Partial Auxiliary Views
7-12 Sectional Auxiliary Views
7-13 Auxiliary Views of Oblique Surfaces
7-14 Secondary Auxiliary Views
7-15 Sample Problem SP7-6
7-16 Secondary Auxiliary View of an Ellipse
7-17 Exercise Problems
8. Dimensioning
8-1 Introduction
8-2 Terminology and Conventions
8-3 Linear Dimension
8-4 Dimension Styles
8-5 Units
8-6 Aligned Dimensions
8-7 Radius and Diameter Dimensions
8-8 Angular Dimensions
8-9 Ordinate Dimensions
8-10 Baseline Dimensions
8-11 Continue Dimension
8-12 Quick Dimension
8-13 Center Mark
8-14 Mleader and Qleader
8-15 Text Angle
8-16 Tolerances
8-17 Dimensioning Holes
8-18 Placing Dimensions
8-19 Fillets and Rounds
8-20 Rounded Shapes (Internal)
8-21 Rounded Shapes (External)
8-22 Irregular Surfaces
8-23 Polar Dimensions
8-24 Chamfers
8-25 Knurling
8-26 Keys and Keyseats
8-27 Symbols and Abbreviations
8-28 Symmetry and Centerline
8-29 Dimensioning to Points
8-30 Coordinate Dimensions
8-31 Sectional Views
8-32 Orthographic Views
8-33 Very Large Radii
8-34 Exercise Problems
9. Tolerancing
9-1 Introduction
9-2 Direct Tolerance Methods
9-3 Tolerance Expressions
9-4 Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances
9-5 Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances with AutoCAD
9-6 Limit Tolerances
9-7 Creating Limit Tolerances by Using AutoCAD
9-8 Angular Tolerances
9-9 Standard Tolerances
9-10 Double Dimensioning
9-11 Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions
9-12 Tolerance Studies
9-13 Rectangular Dimensions
9-14 Hole Locations
9-15 Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole
9-16 Sample Problem SP9-1
9-17 Sample Problem SP9-2
9-18 Standard Fits (Metric Values)
9-19 Nominal Sizes
9-20 Hole and Shaft Basis
9-21 Sample Problem SP9-3
9-22 Standard Fits (Inch Values)
9-23 Sample Problem SP9-4
9-24 Preferred and Standard Sizes
9-25 Surface Finishes
9-26 Surface Control Symbols
9-27 Design Problems
9-28 Exercise Problems
10. Geometric Tolerances
10-1 Introduction
10-2 Tolerances of Form
10-3 Flatness
10-4 Straightness
10-5 Straightness (RFS and MMC)
10-6 Circularity
10-7 Cylindricity
10-8 Geometric Tolerances Created by Using AutoCAD
10-9 Tolerances of Orientation
10-10 Datums
10-11 Perpendicularity
10-12 Parallelism
10-13 Angularism
10-14 Profiles
10-15 Runouts
10-16 Positional Tolerances
10-17 Virtual Condition
10-18 Floating Fasteners
10-19 Sample Problem SP10-1
10-20 Sample Problem SP10-2
10-21 Fixed Fasteners
10-22 Sample Problem SP10-3
10-23 Design Problems
10-24 Exercise Problems
11. Threads and Fasteners
11-1 Introduction
11-2 Thread Terminology
11-3 Thread Callouts (Metric Units)
11-4 Thread Callouts (English Units)
11-5 Thread Representations
11-6 Orthographic Views of Internal Threads
11-7 Sectional Views of Internal Thread Representations
11-8 Types of Threads
11-9 How to Draw an External Square Thread
11-10 How to Draw an Internal Square Thread
11-11 How to Draw an External Acme Thread
11-12 Bolts and Nuts
11-13 Screws
11-14 Studs
11-15 Head Shapes
11-16 Nuts
11-17 Sample Problem SP11-1
11-18 Sample Problem SP11-2
11-19 Standard Screws
11-20 Setscrews
11-21 Washers
11-22 Keys
11-23 Rivets
11-24 Springs
11-25 Tool Palettes
11-26 Exercise Problems
12. Working Drawings
12-1 Introduction
12-2 Assembly Drawings
12-3 Drawing Formats (Templates)
12-4 Title Block
12-5 Revision Block
12-6 Tolerance Block
12-7 Release Block
12-8 Parts List (Bill of Materials - BOM)
12-9 Detail Drawings
12-10 First-Angle Projection
12-11 Drawing Notes
12-12 Design Layouts
12-13 Sample Problem SP12-1
12-14 Sample Problem SP12-2
12-15 Sample Problem SP12-3
12-16 Exercise Problems
13. Gears, Bearings, and Cams
13-1 Introduction
13-2 Types of Gears
13-3 Gear Terminology - Spur
13-4 Spur Gear Drawings
13-5 Sample Problem SP13-1
13-6 Sample Problem SP13-2
13-7 Sample Problem SP13-3
13-8 Selecting Spur Gears
13-9 Center Distance Between Gears
13-10 Sample Problem SP13-4
13-11 Combining Spur Gears
13-12 Gear Terminology - Bevel
13-13 How to Draw Bevel Gears
13-14 Worm Gears
13-15 Helical Gears
13-16 Racks
13-17 Ball Bearings
13-18 Sample Problem SP13-5
13-19 Bushings
13-20 Sample Problem SP13-6
13-21 Cam Displacement Diagrams
13-22 Cam Motions
13-23 Cam Followers
13-24 Sample Problem SP13-7
13-25 Exercise Problems
14. Fundamentals of 3D Drawing
14-1 Introduction
14-2 The World Coordinate System
14-3 Viewpoints
14-4 Perspective and Parallel Grids
14-5 3D Modeling
14-6 User Coordinate System (UCS)
14-7 Editing a Solid Model
14-8 Visual Styles
14-9 Rotating a UCS Axis
14-10 Sample Problem SP14-1
14-11 Visual Errors
14-12 Sample Problem SP14-2
14-13 Orthographic Views
14-14 Line Thickness
14-15 Using the Thickness Command to Create Objects
14-16 Exercise Problems
15. Modeling
15-1 Introduction
15-2 Box
15-3 Sphere
15-4 Cylinder
15-5 Cone
15-6 Wedge
15-7 Torus
15-8 Extrude
15-9 Revolve
15-10 Helix
15-11 Polysolid
15-12 Loft
15-13 Intersect
15-14 Union and Subtract
15-15 Solid Modeling and UCSs
15-16 Combining Solid Objects
15-17 Intersecting Solids 732
15-18 Solid Models of Castings
15-19 Thread Representations in Solid Models
15-20 List
15-21 Massprop
15-22 Face and Edge Editing
15-23 Exercise Problems
Index
16. Projects (Online Only)
Appendix (Online Only)

Published by Macromedia Press (July 6th 2021) - Copyright © 2020

ISBN-13: 9780137459193

Subject: Engineering Graphics

Category: CAD

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