Using a step-by-step format, Engineering Design Graphics with Autodesk Inventor 2015 shows students how to use Autodesk Inventor to create and document designs. Chapter test questions help students assess their understanding of key concepts. Sample problems, end-of-chapter projects, and a variety of additional exercises reinforce the material and allow students to practice the techniques described. The content of the book goes beyond the material normally presented in an engineering graphics text associated with CAD software to include exercises requiring students to design simple mechanisms. This book includes the following features:
CHAPTER 1 Get Started
CHAPTER 2 Two-Dimensional Sketching
CHAPTER 3 3D Models
CHAPTER 4 Orthographic Views
CHAPTER 5 Assembly Drawings
CHAPTER 6 Threads and Fasteners
CHAPTER 7 Dimensioning a Drawing
CHAPTER 8 Tolerancing
CHAPTER 9 Springs
CHAPTER 10 Shafts
CHAPTER 11 Bearings
CHAPTER 12 Gears
CHAPTER 13 Sheet Metal Drawings
CHAPTER 14 Weldment Drawings
CHAPTER 15 Cams
APPENDIX Standards and Reference Tables
CHAPTER 16 Projects (ONLINE)
3D CAD Curriculum
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James D. Bethune (East Greenwich, RI) is the author of several top textbooks on Engineering Graphics and Computer Aided-Design. He has a doctor’s degree in education from Boston University where he was also on staff as an Associate Professor and was awarded the College of Engineering Professor of the Year.
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