Engineering Design Graphics with Autodesk Inventor 2020

Engineering Design Graphics with Autodesk Inventor 2020
اسم المؤلف
James Bethune
التاريخ
7 مايو 2024
المشاهدات
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Engineering Design Graphics with Autodesk Inventor 2020
James Bethune
Contents

  1. Cover Page
  2. About This eBook
  3. Half-Title Page
  4. Title Page
  5. Copyright Page
  6. Preface
  7. Download Instructor Resources from the Instructor
    Resource Center
  8. Acknowledgments
  9. Brief Contents
  10. Contents
  11. Chapter One. Get Started
  12. Chapter Objectives
  13. Introduction
  14. Creating a First Sketch
  15. The Undo Tool
  16. Creating a Solid Model
  17. Sample Problem SP1-1
  18. Sample Problem SP1-2 Angular Shapes
  19. Chapter Summary
  20. Chapter Test Questions
  21. Chapter Project
  22. Chapter Two. Two-Dimensional Sketching
  23. Chapter Objectives
  24. Introduction
  25. The Sketch Panel
  26. Circle
  27. Arc
  28. Spline
  29. Ellipse
  30. Point
  31. Rectangle
  32. Fillet
  33. Chamfer
  34. Polygon13. Text
  35. Geometry Text
  36. Dimension
  37. Constraints
  38. Pattern—Rectangular
  39. Pattern—Circular
  40. Pattern—Mirror
  41. Move
  42. Copy
  43. Rotate
  44. Trim
  45. Extend
  46. Offset
  47. Editing a Sketch
  48. Sample Problem SP2-1
  49. Chapter Summary
  50. Chapter Test Questions
  51. Chapter Project
  52. Chapter Three. 3D Models
  53. Chapter Objectives
  54. Introduction
  55. Extrude
  56. Taper
  57. ViewCube
  58. Revolve
  59. Holes
  60. Fillet
  61. Full Round Fillet
  62. Face Fillet
  63. Creating a Variable Fillet
  64. Chamfer
  65. Face Draft
  66. Shell
  67. Split
  68. Mirror
  69. Rectangular Pattern
  70. Circular Pattern
  71. Sketch Planes
  72. Editing a 3D Model
  73. Default Planes and Axes22. Work Planes
  74. Sample Problem SP3-1
  75. Angled Work Planes
  76. Offset Work Planes
  77. Work Points
  78. Ribs (Webs)
  79. Loft
  80. Sweep
  81. Coil
  82. Model Material
  83. Chapter Summary
  84. Chapter Test Questions
  85. Chapter Project
  86. Chapter Four. Orthographic Views
  87. Chapter Objectives
  88. Introduction
  89. Fundamentals of Orthographic Views
  90. Orthographic Views with Inventor
  91. Isometric Views
  92. Section Views
  93. Offset Section Views
  94. Aligned Section Views
  95. Detail Views
  96. Break Views
  97. Auxiliary Views
  98. ASME Y14.3-2003
  99. Chapter Summary
  100. Chapter Test Questions
  101. Chapter Project
  102. Chapter Five. Assembly Drawings
  103. Chapter Objectives
  104. Introduction
  105. Bottom-Up and Top-Down Assemblies
  106. Starting an Assembly Drawing
  107. Degrees of Freedom
  108. Free Move and Free Rotate Tools
  109. Constrain
  110. Presentation Drawings
  111. Animation
  112. Isometric Drawings11. Assembly Numbers
  113. Parts List
  114. Title Block
  115. Subassemblies
  116. Drawing Sheets
  117. Other Types of Drawing Blocks
  118. Top-Down Assemblies
  119. Editing a Part within an Assembly Drawing
  120. Patterning Components
  121. Mirroring Components
  122. Copying Components
  123. Chapter Summary
  124. Chapter Test Questions
  125. Chapter Projects
  126. Chapter Six. Threads and Fasteners
  127. Chapter Objectives
  128. Introduction
  129. Thread Terminology
  130. Thread Callouts—Metric Units
  131. Thread Callouts—ANSI Unified Screw Threads
  132. Thread Representations
  133. Internal Threads
  134. Threaded Blind Holes
  135. Creating Threaded Holes Using the Hole Tool
  136. Standard Fasteners
  137. Sizing a Threaded Hole to Accept a Screw
  138. Screws and Nuts
  139. Types of Threaded Fasteners
  140. Flat-Head Screws—Countersunk Holes
  141. Counterbores
  142. Drawing Fasteners Not Included in the Content Center
  143. Sample Problem SP6-1
  144. Washers
  145. Setscrews
  146. Rivets
  147. Sample Problem SP6-2
  148. Chapter Summary
  149. Chapter Test Questions
  150. Chapter Project
  151. Chapter Seven. Dimensioning a Drawing1. Chapter Objectives
  152. Introduction
  153. Terminology and Conventions—ANSI
  154. Creating Drawing Dimensions
  155. Drawing Scale
  156. Units
  157. Aligned Dimensions
  158. Radius and Diameter Dimensions
  159. Dimensioning Holes
  160. Sample Problem SP7-1
  161. Dimensioning Counterbored, Countersunk Holes
  162. Angular Dimensions
  163. Ordinate Dimensions
  164. Baseline Dimensions
  165. Hole Tables
  166. Locating Dimensions
  167. Fillets and Rounds
  168. Rounded Shapes—Internal
  169. Rounded Shapes—External
  170. Irregular Surfaces
  171. Polar Dimensions
  172. Chamfers
  173. Knurling
  174. Keys and Keyseats
  175. Symbols and Abbreviations
  176. Symmetrical and Centerline Symbols
  177. Dimensioning to a Point
  178. Dimensioning Section Views
  179. Dimensioning Orthographic Views
  180. 3D Dimensions
  181. Sample Problem SP7-2
  182. Sample Problem SP7-3
  183. Chapter Summary
  184. Chapter Test Questions
  185. Chapter Projects
  186. Chapter Eight. Tolerancing
  187. Chapter Objectives
  188. Introduction
  189. Direct Tolerance Methods
  190. Tolerance Expressions5. Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances
  191. Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances
  192. Limit Tolerances
  193. Angular Tolerances
  194. Standard Tolerances
  195. Double Dimensioning
  196. Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions
  197. Tolerance Studies
  198. Rectangular Dimensions
  199. Hole Locations
  200. Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole
  201. Sample Problem SP8-1
  202. Sample Problem SP8-2
  203. Nominal Sizes
  204. Standard Fits (Metric Values)
  205. Hole and Shaft Basis
  206. Visual Presentations of the Hole and Shaft Tolerances
  207. Standard Fits (Inch Values)
  208. Preferred and Standard Sizes
  209. Surface Finishes
  210. Surface Control Symbols
  211. Geometric Tolerances
  212. Tolerances of Form
  213. Straightness
  214. Straightness (RFS and MMC)
  215. Circularity
  216. Cylindricity
  217. Geometric Tolerances Using Inventor
  218. Tolerances of Orientation
  219. Datums
  220. Perpendicularity
  221. Parallelism
  222. Angularity
  223. Profiles
  224. Runouts
  225. Positional Tolerances
  226. Virtual Condition
  227. Floating Fasteners
  228. Sample Problem SP8-3
  229. Sample Problem SP8-445. Fixed Fasteners
  230. Sample Problem SP8-5
  231. Design Problems
  232. Chapter Summary
  233. Chapter Test Questions
  234. Chapter Projects
  235. Chapter Nine. Springs
  236. Chapter Objectives
  237. Introduction
  238. Compression Springs
  239. Extension Springs
  240. Torsion Springs
  241. Belleville Springs
  242. Springs in Assembly Drawings
  243. Chapter Summary
  244. Chapter Test Questions
  245. Chapter Projects
  246. Chapter Ten. Shafts
  247. Chapter Objectives
  248. Introduction
  249. Uniform Shafts and Chamfers
  250. Shafts and Retaining Rings
  251. Shafts and Keys
  252. Square Keys
  253. Pratt and Whitney Keys
  254. Woodruff Keys
  255. Shafts with Splines
  256. Collars
  257. O-Rings
  258. Drawing Shafts and Pins Using the Tools Under the Design
    Tab
  259. Chapter Summary
  260. Chapter Test Questions
  261. Chapter Projects
  262. Chapter Eleven. Bearings
  263. Chapter Objectives
  264. Introduction
  265. Plain Bearings
  266. Ball Bearings
  267. Thrust Bearings6. Chapter Summary
  268. Chapter Test Questions
  269. Chapter Projects
  270. Chapter Twelve. Gears
  271. Chapter Objectives
  272. Introduction
  273. Gear Terminology
  274. Gear Formulas
  275. Drawing Gears Using the Gear Tool
  276. Gear Hubs
  277. Gear Ratios
  278. Gear Trains
  279. Gears with Keyways
  280. Gear Assemblies
  281. Supports for Bevel Gears
  282. Worm Gears
  283. Supports for Worm Gears
  284. Chapter Summary
  285. Chapter Test Questions
  286. Chapter Projects
  287. Chapter Thirteen. Sheet Metal Drawings
  288. Chapter Objectives
  289. Introduction
  290. Sheet Metal Drawings
  291. Flat Patterns
  292. Punch Tool
  293. Chapter Summary
  294. Chapter Test Questions
  295. Chapter Projects
  296. Chapter Fourteen. Weldment Drawings
  297. Chapter Objectives
  298. Introduction
  299. Fillet Welds
  300. Weldments—Groove Welds
  301. Sample Problem SP14-1
  302. Chapter Summary
  303. Chapter Test Questions
  304. Chapter Project
  305. Chapter Fifteen. Cams
  306. Chapter Objectives2. Introduction
  307. Displacement Diagrams
  308. Drawing a Cam Using Inventor
  309. Sample Problem SP15-1
  310. Cams and Followers
  311. Chapter Summary
  312. Chapter Test Questions
  313. Chapter Projects
  314. Index
  315. Chapter Sixteen. Projects
  316. 16-1 Introduction
  317. 16-2 Project 1: Milling Vise
  318. 16-3 Project 2: Tenon Jig
  319. Appendix

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