Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD 2020, 1st edition
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Overview
 Stepbystep format throughout the text allows students to work directly from the text to the screen and provides an excellent reference during and after the course.
 Latest coverage is provided for dynamic blocks, user interface improvements, and productivity enhancements.
 Exercises, sample problems, and projects appear in each chapter, providing examples of software capabilities and giving students an opportunity to apply their own knowledge to realistic design situations.
 ANSI standards are discussed when appropriate, introducing students to the appropriate techniques and national standards.
 Illustrations and sample problems are provided in every chapter, supporting the stepbystep approach by illustrating how to use AutoCAD 2020 and its features to solve various design problems.
Published by Macromedia Press (July 6th 2021)  Copyright © 2020
ISBN13: 9780137459193
Subject: IT Professional
Category: Graphics
Table of contents
1. Getting Started
11 Introduction
To Start a New Drawing
12 Tabs and Panels
13 The Command Line Box
14 Command Tools
15 Starting a New Drawing
16 Naming a Drawing
17 Drawing Units
18 Drawing Limits
19 Grid and Snap
110 Sample Problem SP11
111 Save and Save As
112 Open
113 Close
114 Exercise Problems
2. Fundamentals of 2D Construction
21 Introduction
22 Line  Random Points
23 Erase
24 Line  Snap Points
25 Line  Dynamic Inputs
26 Construction Line
27 Circle
28 Circle Centerlines
29 Polyline
210 Spline
211 Ellipse
212 Rectangle
213 Polygon
214 Point
215 Text
216 Move
217 Copy
218 Offset
219 Mirror
220 Array
221 Rotate
222 Trim
223 Extend
224 Break
225 Chamfer
226 Fillet
227 Table
228 Exercise Problems
3. Advanced Commands
31 Introduction
32 Osnap
33 Osnap  Endpoint
34 Osnap  Snap From
35 Osnap  Midpoint
36 Osnap  Intersection
37 Osnap  Apparent Intersection
38 Osnap  Center
39 Osnap  Quadrant
310 Osnap  Perpendicular
311 Osnap  Tangent
312 Osnap  Nearest
313 Sample Problem SP31
314 Sample Problem SP32
315 Grips
316 Grips  Extend
317 Grips  Move
318 Grips  Rotate
319 Grips  Scale
320 Grips  Mirror
321 Blocks
322 Working with Blocks
323 Wblock
324 Layers
325 Attributes
326 Title Blocks with Attributes
327 Edit Polyline
328 Edit Spline
329 Edit Text
330 Constructing the Bisector of an Angle  Method I
331 Constructing the Bisector of an Angle  Method II
332 Constructing an Ogee Curve (SCurve) with Equal Arcs
333 Constructing a Parabola
334 Constructing a Hyperbola
335 Constructing a Spiral
336 Constructing a Helix
337 Designing by Using Shape Parameters
338 Exercise Problems
4. Sketching
41 Introduction
42 Establishing Your Own Style
43 Graph Paper
44 Pencils
45 Lines
46 Proportions
47 Curves
48 Sample Problem SP41
49 Isometric Sketches
410 Sample Problem SP42
411 Oblique Sketches
412 Perspective Sketches
413 Working in Different Orientations
414 Exercise Problems
5. Orthographic Views
51 Introduction
52 Three Views of an Object
53 Visualization
54 Hidden Lines
55 Hidden Line Conventions
56 Drawing Hidden Lines
57 Precedence of Lines
58 Slanted Surfaces
59 Projection Between Views
510 Sample Problem SP51
511 Compound Lines
512 Sample Problem SP52
513 Oblique Surfaces
514 Sample Problem SP53
515 Rounded Surfaces
516 Sample Problem SP54
517 Holes
518 Holes in Slanted Surfaces
519 Cylinders
520 Sample Problem SP55
521 Cylinders with Slanted and Rounded Surfaces
522 Sample Problem SP56
523 Drawing Conventions and Cylinders
524 Irregular Surfaces
525 Sample Problem SP57
526 Hole Callouts
527 Castings
528 Sample Problem SP58
529 ThinWalled Objects
530 Sample Problem SP59
531 Intersections
532 Sample Problem SP510
533 Sample Problem SP511
534 Sample Problem SP512
535 Designing by Modifying an Existing Part
536 Drawing Standards
537 Third and FirstAngle Projections
538 Exercise Problems
6. Sectional Views
61 Introduction
62 Cutting Plane Lines
63 Section Lines
64 Hatch
65 Sample Problem SP61
66 Styles of Section Lines
67 Sectional View Location
68 Holes in Sections
69 Gradients
610 Offset Sections
611 Multiple Sections
612 Aligned Sections
613 Drawing Conventions in Sections
614 Half, Partial, and BrokenOut Sectional Views
615 Removed Sectional Views
616 Breaks
617 Sectional Views of Castings
618 Exercise Problems
7. Auxiliary Views
71 Introduction
72 Projection Between Normal and Auxiliary Views
73 Sample Problem SP71
74 Transferring Lines Between Views
75 Sample Problem SP72
76 Projecting Rounded Surfaces
77 Sample Problem SP73
78 Projecting Irregular Surfaces
79 Sample Problem SP74
710 Sample Problem SP75
711 Partial Auxiliary Views
712 Sectional Auxiliary Views
713 Auxiliary Views of Oblique Surfaces
714 Secondary Auxiliary Views
715 Sample Problem SP76
716 Secondary Auxiliary View of an Ellipse
717 Exercise Problems
8. Dimensioning
81 Introduction
82 Terminology and Conventions
83 Linear Dimension
84 Dimension Styles
85 Units
86 Aligned Dimensions
87 Radius and Diameter Dimensions
88 Angular Dimensions
89 Ordinate Dimensions
810 Baseline Dimensions
811 Continue Dimension
812 Quick Dimension
813 Center Mark
814 Mleader and Qleader
815 Text Angle
816 Tolerances
817 Dimensioning Holes
818 Placing Dimensions
819 Fillets and Rounds
820 Rounded Shapes (Internal)
821 Rounded Shapes (External)
822 Irregular Surfaces
823 Polar Dimensions
824 Chamfers
825 Knurling
826 Keys and Keyseats
827 Symbols and Abbreviations
828 Symmetry and Centerline
829 Dimensioning to Points
830 Coordinate Dimensions
831 Sectional Views
832 Orthographic Views
833 Very Large Radii
834 Exercise Problems
9. Tolerancing
91 Introduction
92 Direct Tolerance Methods
93 Tolerance Expressions
94 Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances
95 Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances with AutoCAD
96 Limit Tolerances
97 Creating Limit Tolerances by Using AutoCAD
98 Angular Tolerances
99 Standard Tolerances
910 Double Dimensioning
911 Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions
912 Tolerance Studies
913 Rectangular Dimensions
914 Hole Locations
915 Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole
916 Sample Problem SP91
917 Sample Problem SP92
918 Standard Fits (Metric Values)
919 Nominal Sizes
920 Hole and Shaft Basis
921 Sample Problem SP93
922 Standard Fits (Inch Values)
923 Sample Problem SP94
924 Preferred and Standard Sizes
925 Surface Finishes
926 Surface Control Symbols
927 Design Problems
928 Exercise Problems
10. Geometric Tolerances
101 Introduction
102 Tolerances of Form
103 Flatness
104 Straightness
105 Straightness (RFS and MMC)
106 Circularity
107 Cylindricity
108 Geometric Tolerances Created by Using AutoCAD
109 Tolerances of Orientation
1010 Datums
1011 Perpendicularity
1012 Parallelism
1013 Angularism
1014 Profiles
1015 Runouts
1016 Positional Tolerances
1017 Virtual Condition
1018 Floating Fasteners
1019 Sample Problem SP101
1020 Sample Problem SP102
1021 Fixed Fasteners
1022 Sample Problem SP103
1023 Design Problems
1024 Exercise Problems
11. Threads and Fasteners
111 Introduction
112 Thread Terminology
113 Thread Callouts (Metric Units)
114 Thread Callouts (English Units)
115 Thread Representations
116 Orthographic Views of Internal Threads
117 Sectional Views of Internal Thread Representations
118 Types of Threads
119 How to Draw an External Square Thread
1110 How to Draw an Internal Square Thread
1111 How to Draw an External Acme Thread
1112 Bolts and Nuts
1113 Screws
1114 Studs
1115 Head Shapes
1116 Nuts
1117 Sample Problem SP111
1118 Sample Problem SP112
1119 Standard Screws
1120 Setscrews
1121 Washers
1122 Keys
1123 Rivets
1124 Springs
1125 Tool Palettes
1126 Exercise Problems
12. Working Drawings
121 Introduction
122 Assembly Drawings
123 Drawing Formats (Templates)
124 Title Block
125 Revision Block
126 Tolerance Block
127 Release Block
128 Parts List (Bill of Materials  BOM)
129 Detail Drawings
1210 FirstAngle Projection
1211 Drawing Notes
1212 Design Layouts
1213 Sample Problem SP121
1214 Sample Problem SP122
1215 Sample Problem SP123
1216 Exercise Problems
13. Gears, Bearings, and Cams
131 Introduction
132 Types of Gears
133 Gear Terminology  Spur
134 Spur Gear Drawings
135 Sample Problem SP131
136 Sample Problem SP132
137 Sample Problem SP133
138 Selecting Spur Gears
139 Center Distance Between Gears
1310 Sample Problem SP134
1311 Combining Spur Gears
1312 Gear Terminology  Bevel
1313 How to Draw Bevel Gears
1314 Worm Gears
1315 Helical Gears
1316 Racks
1317 Ball Bearings
1318 Sample Problem SP135
1319 Bushings
1320 Sample Problem SP136
1321 Cam Displacement Diagrams
1322 Cam Motions
1323 Cam Followers
1324 Sample Problem SP137
1325 Exercise Problems
14. Fundamentals of 3D Drawing
141 Introduction
142 The World Coordinate System
143 Viewpoints
144 Perspective and Parallel Grids
145 3D Modeling
146 User Coordinate System (UCS)
147 Editing a Solid Model
148 Visual Styles
149 Rotating a UCS Axis
1410 Sample Problem SP141
1411 Visual Errors
1412 Sample Problem SP142
1413 Orthographic Views
1414 Line Thickness
1415 Using the Thickness Command to Create Objects
1416 Exercise Problems
15. Modeling
151 Introduction
152 Box
153 Sphere
154 Cylinder
155 Cone
156 Wedge
157 Torus
158 Extrude
159 Revolve
1510 Helix
1511 Polysolid
1512 Loft
1513 Intersect
1514 Union and Subtract
1515 Solid Modeling and UCSs
1516 Combining Solid Objects
1517 Intersecting Solids 732
1518 Solid Models of Castings
1519 Thread Representations in Solid Models
1520 List
1521 Massprop
1522 Face and Edge Editing
1523 Exercise Problems
Index
16. Projects (Online Only)
Appendix (Online Only)
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