SOLIDWORKS 2020 and Engineering Graphics

SOLIDWORKS 2020 and Engineering Graphics
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Randy H. Shih
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SOLIDWORKS 2020 and Engineering Graphics
Randy H. Shih
Oregon Institute of Technology
Table of Contents
Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate Examination Reference Guide
Tips about Taking the SOLIDWORKS Certified Associate Examination
Chapter 1
Introduction
Introduction
Drawing in CAD Systems
Develop1nent of Computer Geometric Modeling
Feature-Based Para1netric Modeling
Getting Started with SOLIDWORKS
Starting SOLIDWORKS
SOLIDWORKS Screen Layout
Menu Bar
Menu Bar Pull-down Menus
Heads-up View Toolbar
Features Toolbar
Sketch Toolbar
Feature Manager-Design Tree/Property Manager
Configuration Manager/Di1nXpert Manager/Display Manager
Graphics Area
Reference Triad
Origin
Confirmation Comer
Graphics Cursor or Crosshairs
Message and Status Bar
Using the SOLIDWORKS Co1nmand Manager
Mouse Buttons
[Esc] – Canceling Com1nands
SOLIDWORKS Help System
Leaving SOLIDWORKS
Creating a CAD File Folder
Chapter 2
Parametric Modeling Fundamentals
Introduction
The Adjuster Design
Starting SOLIDWORKS
SOLIDWORKS Part Modeling Window Layout
Units Setup
Step 1: Determine/Set up the Base Feature
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Sketching Plane – It is an XY CRT, but an XYZ world
Creating Rough Sketches
Step 2: Creating a Rough Sketch
Graphics Cursors
Geometric Relation Symbols
Step 3: Apply/Modify Relations and Dimensions
Viewing Functions – Zoom and Pan
Delete an Existing Geometry of the Sketch
Modifying the Dimensions of the Sketch
Step 4: Completing the Base Solid Feature
Isometric View
Rotation of the 3-D Model – Rotate View
Rotation and Panning – Arrow keys
Dynamic Viewing – Quick Keys
3D Rotation
Viewing Tools – Heads-up View Toolbar
View Orientation
Display Style
Orthographic vs. Persp ective
Customizing the Heads-up View Toolbar
Step 5-1: Adding an Extruded Boss Feature
Step 5-2: Adding an Extruded Cut Feature
Step 5-3: Adding another Cut Feature
Save the Model
Questions
Exercises
Chapter 3
Constructive Solid Geometry Concepts
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Introduction 3-3
Binary Tree 3-4
The Locator Design 3-5
Modeling Strategy – CSG Binary Tree 3-6
Starting SOLIDWORKS and Activating the Command Manager 3-7
GRID and SNAP Intervals Setup 3-9
Base Feature 3- 10
Repositioning Dimensions 3- 12
Completing the Base Solid Feature 3- 13
Creating the Next Solid Feature 3- 14
Creating an Extruded Cut Feature 3- 17
Creating a Hole with the Hole Wizard 3-20
Creating a Rectangular Extruded Cut Feature 3-23
Using the View Selector 3-25
Questions 3-27
Exercises 3-28Chapter4
Geometric Constructions
Geometric Constructions
Geometric Constructions – Classical Methods
• Bisection of a Line or Arc
• Bisection of an Angle
• Transfer of an Angle
• Dividing a Given Line into a Nu1nber of Equal Parts
• Circle through Three Points
• A Line Tangent to a Circle
• Line Tangent to a circle from a Given Point
• Circle of a Given Radius Tangent to Two Given Lines
• Circle of a Given Radius Tangent to an Arc and a Line
• Circle of a Given Radius Tangent to Two Arcs
Starting SOLIDWORKS
Geometric Construction – CAD Method
• Bisection of a Line or Arc
Dimensions and Relations
Geometric Symbols available in parametric sketching
• Bisection of an Angle
• Dividing a Given Line into a Number of Equal Parts
• Circle through Three Points
• Line Tangent to a circle from a Given Point
• Circle of a Given Radius Tangent to Two Given Lines
Adding Geometric Relations and Fully Defined Geometry
Starting SOLIDWORKS
Over-Defining and Driven Dimensions
Deleting Existing Relations
Using the Fully Define Sketch Tool
Adding Additional Geometry
Adding New Equations
Questions
Exercises
Chapter 5
Feature Design Tree
Introduction
Starting SOLIDWORKS
Creating a User-Defined Part Template
The Saddle Bracket Design
Modeling Strategy
The SOLIDWORKS Feature Manager Design Tree
Creating the Base Feature
Adding the Second Solid Feature
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Creating a 2D Sketch
Renaming the Part Features
Adjusting the Width of the Base Feature
Adding a Cut Feature
Creating a Rectangular Extruded Cut Feature
History-Based Part Modifications
A Design Change
Feature Manager Design Tree Views
Questions
Exercises
Chapter 6
Geometric Construction Tools
Introduction
The Gasket Design
Modeling Strategy
Starting SOLIDWORKS
Creating a 2D Sketch
Editing the Sketch by Dragging the Entities
Adding Additional Relations
Using the Trim and Extend Commands
Adding Dimensions with the Fully Define Sketch Tool
Fully Defined Geornetry
Creating Fillets and Completing the Sketch
Profile Sketch
Redefining the Sketch and Profile using Contour Selection
Create an OFFSET Extruded Cut Feature
Questions
Exercises
Chapter 7
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Orthographic Projections and Multiview Constructions
Introduction
Basic Principles of Projection
Orthographic Projection
Multiview Orthographic Projection
First-Angle Projection
Rotation of the Horizontal and Profile Planes
The 3D Adjuster Model and 1st angle projection
General Procedure: 1si Angle Orthographic Projection
Example 2: 1siAngle Orthographic Projection
Chapter 7 – 1si Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 1
Chapter 7 – 1si Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 2
Chapter 7 – 1si Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 3
Chapter 7 – 1si Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 4
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7-17Chapter 7 – 1st Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 5
Chapter 7 – 1st Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 6
Third-Angle Projection
Rotation of the Horizontal and Profile Planes
The 3D Adjuster Model and 3rd angle projection
The Glass Box and the Six Principal Views
General Procedure: 3rd Angle Orthographic Projection
Example 2: 3rd Angle Orthographic Projection
Example 3: 3rd Angle Orthographic Projection
Chapter 7 – 3rd Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 1
Chapter 7 – 3rd Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 2
Chapter 7 – 3rd Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 3
Chapter 7 – 3rd Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 4
Chapter 7 – 3rd Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 5
Chapter 7 – 3rd Angle Orthographic Sketching Exercise 6
Alphabet of Lines
Precedence ofLines
The U-Bracket Design
Starting SOLIDWORKS
Applying the BORN Technique
Creating the 2D Sketch of the Base Feature
Creating the First Extrude Feature
The Irnplied Parent/Child Relationships
Creating the Second Solid Feature
Creating the First Extruded Cut Feature
Creating the Second Extruded Cut Feature
Examining the Parent/Child Relationships
Modify a Parent Dimension
A Design Change
Feature Suppression
A Different Approach to the CENTER_DRILL Feature
Suppress the Rect_Cut Feature
Creating a Circular Extruded Cut Feature
A Flexible Design Approach
Drawings from Parts and Associative Functionality
Drawing Mode
Setting Document Properties
Setting Sheet Properties using the Pre-Defined Sheet Formats
Creating Three Standard Views
Repositioning Views
Adding a New Sheet
Adding a Base View
Adding an Isometric View using the View Palette
Adjusting the View Scale
Questions
Exercises
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Chapter 8
Dimensioning and Notes
Introduction 8-3
Dimensioning Standards and Basic Terminology 8-4
Selection and Placement of Dimensions and Notes 8-5
Machined Holes 8-12
Baseline and Chain Dimensioning 8- 15
Dimensioning and Tolerance Accumulation 8-16
(1) Tolerance Accumulation – Baseline Dimensioning 8-17
(2) Tolerance Accumulation – Chain Dimensioning 8-18
(3) Avoid Tolerance Accumulation Feature Functionality Manufacturing 8-19
Dimensioning Tools in SOLIDWORKS 8-20
The CT-Bracket Design 8-20
Starting SOLIDWORKS 8-21
Displaying Feature Dimensions 8-22
Repositioning, Appearance, and Hiding of Feature Dimensions 8-23
Adding Additional Dimensions – Reference Dirnensions 8-25
Tangent Edge Display 8-27
Adding Center Marks, Center Lines, and Sketch Objects 8-27
Edit Sheet vs. Edit Sheet Format 8-32
Modify the Title Block 8-32
Property Links 8-35
Associative Functionality – Modifying Feature Dimensions 8-39
Saving the Drawing File 8-42
Saving a Drawing Template 8-44
Questions 8-45
Exercises 8-46
Chapter 9
Tolerancing and Fits
Precision and Tolerance
Methods of Specifying Tolerances – English System
Nomenclature
Example 9.1
Fits between Mating parts
Selective Assembly
Basic Hole and Basic Shaft Systems
American National Standard Limits and Fits – Inches
Example 9.2 Basic Hole System
Example 9.3 Basic Hole System
Example 9.4 Basic Shaft System
Example 9.5 Basic Shaft System
Tolerancing – Metric System
Metric Tolerances and Fits Designation
Preferred ISO Metric Fits
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9-19Example 9.6 Metric Hole Basis System
Example 9.7 Shaft Basis System
Updating the CT-Bracket Drawing
Determining the Tolerances Required
Questions
Exercises
Chapter 10
Pictorials and Sketching
Engineering Drawings, Pictorials and Sketching
Isometric Sketching
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 1
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 2
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 3
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 4
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 5
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 6
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 7
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 8
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 9
Chapter 10 – Isometric Sketching Exercise 10
Oblique Sketching
Chapter 10 – Oblique Sketching Exercise 1
Chapter 10 – Oblique Sketching Exercise 2
Chapter 10 – Oblique Sketching Exercise 3
Chapter 10 – Oblique Sketching Exercise 4
Chapter 10 – Oblique Sketching Exercise 5
Chapter 10 – Oblique Sketching Exercise 6
Perspective Sketching
One-Point Perspective
Two-Point Perspective
Chapter 10 – Perspective Sketching Exercise 1
Chapter 10 – Perspective Sketching Exercise 2
Chapter 10 – Perspective Sketching Exercise 3
Chapter 10 – Perspective Sketching Exercise 4
Chapter 10 – Perspective Sketching Exercise 5
Chapter 10 – Perspective Sketching Exercise 6
Questions
Exercises
Chapter 11
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Section Views & Symmetrical Features in Designs
Introduction
General Rules ofSection Views
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Section Drawing Types 11-6
• Full Section 11-6
• Half Section 11-6
• Offset Section 11-7
• Broken-Out Section 11-7
• Aligned Section 11-8
• HalfViews 11-8
• Thin Sections 11-8
• Revolved Section 11-9
• Removed Section 11-9
• Conventional Breaks 11- 10
• Ribs and Webs in Sections 11- 10
• Parts Not Sectioned 11- 10
Section Views in SOLIDWORKS 11- 11
A Revolved Design: PULLEY 11- 11
Modeling Strategy – A Revolved Design 11- 12
Starting SOLIDWORKS 11- 13
Creating the Base Feature 11- 13
Creating the Revolved Feature 11- 17
Mirroring Features 11- 17
Creating an Extruded Cut Feature using Construction Geometry 11- 19
Circular Pattern 11-24
Drawing Mode – Defining a New Border and Title Block 11-26
Creating a New Drawing Template 11-30
Creating Views 11-31
Retrieve Dimensions – Model Items Com1nand 11-34
Save the Drawing File 11-35
Associative Functionality – A Design Change 11-36
Adding Centerlines to the Pattern Feature 11-38
Completing the Drawing 11-40
Questions 11-43
Exercises 11-44
Chapter 12
Auxiliary Views and Reference Geometry
Introduction
Normal View of an Inclined Surface
Construction Method I – Folding Line Method
Construction Method II – Reference Plane Method
Partial Views
Reference Geometry in SOLIDWORKS
Auxiliary Views in 2D Drawings
The Rod-Guide Design
Modeling Strategy
Starting SOLIDWORKS
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Applying the BORN Technique 12- 13
Creating the Base Feature 12- 14
Creating an Angled Reference Plane 12- 16
Creating an Extruded Feature on the Reference Plane 12- 19
Using the Convert Entities Option 12-19
Completing the Solid Feature 12-25
Creating an Offset Reference Plane 12-26
Creating another Extruded Cut Feature using the Reference Plane 12-27
Starting a New 2D Drawing and Adding a Base View 12-29
Creating an Auxiliary View 12-30
Displaying Feature Dimensions 12-32
A~ustingthe ViewS~le 12-34
Repositioning, Appearance, and Hiding of Feature Dimensions 12-34
Tangent Edge Display 12-37
Adding Center Marks and Center Lines 12-37
Controlling the View and Sheet Scales 12-40
Completing the Drawing Sheet 12-41
Editing the Isometric view 12-42
Adding a General Note 12-42
Questions 12-44
Exercises 12-45
Chapter 13
Introduction to 3D Printing
What is 3D Printing
Developrnent of 3D Printing Technologies
Primary types of 3D Printing processes
Stereolithography
Fused Deposition Modeling & Fused Filament Fabrication
Laser Sintering / Laser Melting
Primary 3D Printing Materials for FDM and FFF
Frorn 3D model to 3D printed Part
Starting SOLIDWORKS
Export the Design as an STL file
Using the 3D Printing software to create the 3D Print
Questions
Chapter 14
Threads and Fasteners
Introduction
Screw-Thread Terminology
Thread Forms
Thread Representations
• Detailed Representation
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• Schematic Representation
• Simplified Representation
Thread Specification – English Units
Unified Thread Series
Thread Fits
Thread Specification – Metric
Thread Notes Examples
Specifying Fasteners
Commonly Used Fasteners
Drawing Standard Bolts
Bolt and Screw Clearances
Fasteners using SOLIDWORKS’ Design Library
ANSI Inch – Machine Screw
ANSI Metric – Machine Screw
Questions
Chapter 15
Working Drawings
General Engineering Design Process
Working Drawings
Detail Drawings
Assembly Drawings
Bill ofMaterials (BOM) and Parts List
Drawing Sizes
Drawing Sheet Borders and Revisions Block
Title Blocks
Working Drawings with SOLIDWORKS
Assembly Modeling Methodology
The Shaft Support Assembly
Parts
Creating the Collar with the Chamfer Com1nand
Creating the Bearing and Base-Plate
Creating the Cap-Screw
Starting SOLIDWORKS
Document Properties
Inserting the First Component
Inserting the Second Component
Degrees ofFreedorn
Assembly Mates
Apply the First Assembly Mate
Apply a Second Mate
Constrained Move
Apply a Third Mate
Inserting the Third Component
Applying Concentric and Coincident Mates
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15-24Assemble the Cap-Screws using SmartMates
Exploded View of the Assernbly
Save the Assembly Model
Editing the Components
Set up a Drawing of the Assembly Model
Creating a Bill of Materials
Editing the Bill of Materials
Completing the Assembly Drawing
Exporting the Bill of Materials
Questions
Exercises
Chapter 16
CSWA Exam Preparation
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Tips about Taking the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate Examination 16-3
Introduction 16-4
The Part Problem 16-5
Strategy for Aligning the Part to the Default Axis Systern 16-6
Creating the Base Feature 16-6
Creating a New View Orientation 16-9
Create Reference Planes and a Reference Axis 16-10
Selecting the Material and Viewing the Mass Properties 16-16
The Assembly Problem 16-19
Creating the Parts 16-20
Creating the Assembly 16-21
Creating a Reference Coordinate Systern 16-27
View the Mass Properties 16-29
Questions 16-31
Exercises 16-32
Appendix
A. Running and Sliding Fits – American National Standard
B. Preferred Metric Fits – ISO standard
C. UNIFIED NATIONAL THREAD FORM
D. METRIC THREAD FORM
E. FASTENERS (INCH SERIES)
F. METRIC FASTENERS
G. BOLT AND SCREW CLEARANCE HOLES
H. REFERENCES
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INDEX
A
A Line Tangent to a Circle, 4-9
ABS, 13-9
Acme, 14-6
Add Sheet, 7-78
Add Symbol, 8-33
Aligned Option, 15-23
Aligned Section, 11-8
Allowance, 9-4
Alphabet ofLines, 7-43
American National Standard Limits and
Fits – Inches, 9-8
Angle option, 4-22
Annotations, 7-63
ANSI, 2-6, 8-4
Anti-aligned, 15-23
Arc, 4-20
Assembly drawing, 15-4
Assembly Mates, 15-16
Assembly Modeling Methodology, 15-8
Auto Balloon, 15-41
Auxiliary view, 12-4, 12-30
Axonometric projection, 10-4
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Balloons, 15-41
Baseline dimensioning, 8-15
Base Feature, 3-10
Basic hole system, 9-7
Basic shaft system, 9-7
Basic size, 9-4
Bill of Materials, 15-5, 15-35
Binary Tree, 3-4
Bisection of an Angle, 4-5
Bisection of a Line or Arc, 4-4
Boolean operations, 3-3
BORN technique, 7-47
Bottom Up approach, 15-8
Boundary representation, I-7
Break Line, 7-44
Broken-Out Section, 11-7
BSI, 8-4
Buttons, Mouse, 1-17
Buttress, 14-6
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Cavalier oblique, 10-6
Cabinet oblique, 10-6
CAD files folder, 1-19
Canceling commands, 1-1 7
Cap Screws, 14-15
Carriage bolts, 14-1 6
Cartesian coordinate system, 2-7
Center line, 7-44
Center Mark, 8-27
Center of mass, 16-30
Chain dimensioning, 8-15
Cha1nfer, 15-10
CIRCLE command, 3-14
Circle of a Given Radius Tangent to
Two Given Lines, 4-11
Circle of a Given Radius Tangent to an
Arc and a Line, 4-12
Circle of a Given Radius Tangent to
Two Arcs, 4-13
Circle through Three Points, 4-29
Circular Center Mark, 11 -38
Circular Pattern, 11-24
Clearance, 9-4
Clearance fit, 9-6
Close, 5-7
Coincident, 2-12
Command Manager, 1-12, 1-16
Computer Aided Design, 1-3, 1-4
Computer Aided Drafting, 1-4, 1-5
Computer Aided Engineering, 1-4
Computer Aided Manufacturing, 1-4
Computer geometric modeling, 1-4
Concentric, 2-12
Conceptual drawings, 15-3
Concurrent engineering, 1-7
Configuration Manager, 15-311-2 SOLIDWORKS 2020 and Engineering Graphics
Constrained Move, 15-21
Constructive solid geometry, 1-7
Contour Rule, 8-6
Conventional Breaks, 11- 10
Convert Entities, 6-23
Cosmetic Thread, 15-12
Crest, 14-3
Cut, 3-3
Cutting plane line, 7-44
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Dashed line, 2-12
Degrees of Freedom, 15- 16
Delete, 2- 16
Design Intent, 2-3
Design Library, 14-18
Design Tree, 1- 14
Detail drawing, 15-4
Drafting Standards, 3-8
Drawing Mode, 7-72
Drawing sizes, 15-6
Dimension, Smart, 2- 13
Dimension Line, 7-44
Dimensioning, 8-4
Dimetric projections, 10-4
DIN’ 2-6, 8-4
Display Style, 2-25
Dividing a Given Line into a Nu1nber of
Equal Parts, 4-7
Document Properties, 2-6
Drafting machine, 1-3
Drag and Drop, 6-8
Driven dimensions, 4-41
Dynamic Mirror, 7-49
Dynamic Viewing, 2-22
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Edit Sheet Format, 8-32
Edit Sketch, 5-24
Engineering Design process, 15-3
Engineering drawing, 1-2
Engineering Graphics, 1-2
Equations, 4-26
ESC, 1-17
EXIT command, 1- 18
Exit Sketch, 2-17
Exploded View command, 15-30
EXTEND command, 6- 11
Extension line, 7-44
Extruded Boss/Base, 2-7
Extruded Cut, 2-31
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Fastener, 14- 14
FDM, 13-7
Feature-based, 1-7, 1-8, 2-3
Feature suppression, 7-65
Features Toolbar, 1-13
FFF, 13-7
FILLET command, 4-33
Fits, 9-6
First angle projection, 7-6
Folding Line Method, 12-6
Force or Shrink Fits, 9-12
Fully Define Sketch, 4-43
Full Section, 11 -6
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Geometric Construction, 4-3, 4-16
CAD Method, 4- 16
Geometric Relations, 2- 12, 4- 18
Glass Box, 7-26
Graphics area, 1- 15
Grid Intervals setup, 3-9
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Half Section, 11-6
HalfViews, 11 -8
Heads-Up View Toolbar, 1- 13, 2-24
Help System, 1- 18
Hex bolts, 14-15
Hidden line, 7-44
HIPS, 13- 10
History-based part modification, 5-23
Hole-Basis system, 9-19
Hole Wizard, 3-20
Horizontal, 2- 12
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Insert Component, 15- 14
Interference fit, 9-6
International tolerance grade, 9- 17Intersect, 3-3
ISO 2-6 8-4
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ISO Metric Fits, 9-17
Isometric projections, 10-5
Isometric Sketching, 10-7
Isometric View, 2-19
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ns, 2-6, 8-4
Join, 3-3
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Keys, 14-16
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Laser Sintering, 13-8
Lead, 14-4
Least Material Condition, 9-4
Left-hand Thread, 14-4
LINE command, 5-12
Line Fit, 9-6
Lines ofSight, 7-4
Line Style, 7-81
Line Tangent To A circle from A GivenPoint, 4-10
Locational Clearance Fits, 9-9
Locational Interference Fits, 9-11
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Machine screws, 14-15
Major Diameter, 14-3
Make Drawing from Part, 7-72
Mass Properties, 16-1 6
Mate command, 15-16
Maximu1n Material Condition, 9-4
Menu Bar, 1-10
Mid Plane, 5-13
Middle Out approach, 15-8
Midpoint, 5-15
Minor Dia1neter, 14-3
Mirror Entities, 7-53
Model View, 11-31
Mouse Buttons, 1-17
Multiple Threads, 14-4
Multiview drawing, 7-3
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NEW file, 1-11
Normal To, 2-25
Note, 11-27
Nuts, 14-16
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OBJ, 13-11, 13-13
Oblique Projection, 10-5
Oblique Sketching, 10-29
OFFSET co1nmand, 6-23
Offset Plane, 12-26
Index 1-3
Offset Section, 11-7
One-point perspective, 10-44
Online Help, 1-18
Open a drawing, 9-22
Options, 2-5
Origin, 7-47
Orthographic projection, 7-4
Orthographic views, 7-3
p
PAN Realtime, 2-15
Paper sizes, 15-6
Parallel, 2-12
Partial Views, 12-10
Parts list, 15-5
Peri1neter Circle, 4-29
Perpendicular, 2-12
Perspective Projection, 10-6
Perspective Sketching, 10-43
PETG, 13-10
Phantom line, 7-44
Pictorials, 10-2
Pitch, 14-3
Pitch Diameter, 14-3
PLA, 13-9
Point, 4-30
Precedence of Lines, 7-45
Precision, 9-2
Primitive Solids, 3-3
Principles of Projection, 7-4
Principal views, 7-5
Profile Sketch, 6-18
Projection, 7-4
Properties, 7-741-4 SOLIDWORKS 2020 and Engineering Graphics
Property Links, 8-35
Property Manager, 1-14
Proximity Rule, 8-6
PVA, 13-10
Q
Quick Access Toolbar, 1-13
R
RECTANGLE command, 3-11
Reference Coordinate System, 16-27
Reference Plane Method, 12-8
Reference Geometry, 12-16
Relations, 4-18
Removed Section, 11-9
Rename, 5-17
Reposition Dimensions, 3-12
Reverse Direction, 2-30
Revisions Block, 15-6
Revolved Boss, 11 -13
Revolved Section, 11-9
Ribs and Webs in Sections, 11-1O
Right-hand Thread, 14-4
Rivets, 14-16
Root, 14-3
Rotate, 2-19
Rough Sketches, 2-9
Running or Sliding Clearance Fits, 9-8
s
SAVE command, 2-35
Screen, SOLIDWORKS, 1-12
Screw Thread, 14-3
Section Drawing Types, 11-6
Section line, 7-44
Section views, 11-3, 11-32
Selected Contours, 6-19, 6-21
Selective Assembly, 9-7
Set Screws, 14-16
Shaft-Basis system, 9-19
Sheet metal screws, 14-16
Show Flat Tree View, 5-26
Show Feature Dimensions, 8-22
Six principal views, 7-26
Sketch Toolbar, 1-13
Sketching, 10-2
Sketching Plane, 2-7
SLA, 13-6
Slicer, 13-11
Smart Dimension, 2-13
SmartMates, 15-26
Snap Intervals setup, 3-9
Socket screws, 14-16
SOLIDWORKS Resources, 1-10
Square thread, 14-5
Standard drawing paper sizes, 15-6
Starting SOLIDWORKS, 1-9
Startup Option, 1-10
Status Bar, 1-15
STL, 13-3, 13-11, 13-16
Studs, 14-15
Suppression, Feature, 7-65
Surface modelers, 1-7
T
T-square, 1-2
Tangent, 2-12, 4-45
Tangent Edges Removed, 8-27
Task Pane, 1-12
Technical Drawing, 1-2
Templates, 5-5
Template File, 5-6
Thin Sections, 11-8
Third angle projection, 7-23
Thread Fits, 14-12
Thread Forms, 14-3, 14-5
Threads per Inch, 14-3
Thread Representations, 14-6
Thread, Screw, 14-3
Thread Spec., English Units, 14-1O
Thread Spec., Metric Units, 14-12
Three-point perspective, 10-6
Title Block, 15-7
Tolerance, 8-16, 9-2
Accumulation, 8-17
Bilateral tolerances, 9-3
Limits, 8-17, 9-3
Metric, 9-17
Nomenclature, 9-4
Unilateral tolerances, 9-3
Toolbars, 1-13
Tools, 4-27Top Down approach, 15-8
Transfer of an Angle, 4-6
Transition fit, 9-6
Fits, 9-10
TRIM co1runand, 6-11
Trimetric projections, I0-4
Two-point perspective, 10-45
u
Undo com1nand, 2-16
Unified Thread Series, 14-11
Unified Screw Thread, 14-5
Union, 3-3
Units, 2-6
Units Setup, 2-6
Unsuppress, 7-65
Up To Next, 3-24
Up To Surface, 5-16
V
Vanishing point, 10-6
Vertical, 2-12
View Origins, 7-47
View Palette, 7-82
View Planes, 12-13
View Selector, 3-25
View Sketch Relations, 4-23
View Temporary Axes, 11 -24
Viewing Orientation Toolbar, 2-19, 2-25
Visible Line, 7-44
w
Washers, 14-16
Whitworth, 14-5
Wireframe Modeler, 1-6
Wood screws, 14-15
Working Drawings, 15-4
World coordinate system, 7-47
z
Zoom, 2-15
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