SolidWorks Engineering Design Project – The Mountainboard

SolidWorks Engineering Design Project – The Mountainboard
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Dassault Systèmes - SolidWorks Corporation
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27 أكتوبر 2021
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SolidWorks Engineering Design Project – The Mountainboard
Dassault Systèmes – SolidWorks Corporation
Contents
Introduction
Lesson 1: Using the Interface 4
Lesson 2: Basic Functionality 20
Lesson 3: Basic Parts — The Binding 77
Lesson 4: Revolved Features — The Wheel Hub 116
Lesson 5: Thin Features — The Deck 192
Lesson 6: Multibody Parts — The Axle and Truck 248
Lesson 7: Sweeps and Lofts — Springs and Binding 340
Lesson 8: Final Assembly 410
Lesson 9: Presenting Results 460
Glossary
Lesson Summary

  • eDrawings can be created quickly from part, assembly, and drawing files.
  • You can share eDrawings with others — even if they don’t have SolidWorks.
  • Email is the easiest way to send an eDrawing to others.
  • Animations allow you to see all views of a model.
  • You can hide selected components of an assembly eDrawing and selected views of a
    drawing eDrawing.
  • PhotoView 360 creates photorealistic renderings of parts and assemblies.
  • PhotoView 360 allows you to add materials, scenes, decals and lights to create images
    that look like photographs.
  • PhotoView 360 can output to the computer screen, printer or image files.
  • MotionManager is used to create animations of parts or assemblies.
  • Animations are saved as AVI files.Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks 542
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    Glossary
    animate View a model or eDrawing in a dynamic manner. Animation
    simulates motion or displays different views.
    appearance Appearances are applied to parts, features, faces, bodies, components
    or assemblies to control visual properties.
    assembly An assembly is a document in which parts, features, and other
    assemblies (sub-assemblies) are mated together. The parts and subassemblies exist in documents separate from the assembly. For
    example, in an assembly, a piston can be mated to other parts, such
    as a connecting rod or cylinder. This new assembly can then be used
    as a sub-assembly in an assembly of an engine. The extension for a
    SolidWorks assembly file name is SLDASM. See also sub-assembly
    and mate.
    axis An axis is a straight line that can be used to create model geometry,
    features, or patterns. An axis can be made in a number of different
    ways, including using the intersection of two planes. See also
    temporary axis, reference geometry
    block A block is a user-defined annotation for drawings only. A block can
    contain text, sketch entities (except points), and area hatch, and it can
    be saved in a file for later use as, for example, a custom callout or a
    company logo.
    boss/base A base is the first solid feature of a part, created by a boss. A boss is
    a feature that creates the base of a part, or adds material to a part, by
    extruding, revolving, sweeping, or lofting a sketch, or by thickening
    a surface.
    broken-out
    section
    A broken-out section exposes inner details of a drawing view by
    removing material from a closed profile, usually a spline.
    chamfer A chamfer bevels a selected edge or vertex.
    click-click As you sketch, if you click and then release the pointer, you are in
    click-click mode. Move the pointer and click again to define the next
    point in the sketch sequence.SolidWorks Glossary
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    click-drag As you sketch, if you click and drag the pointer, you are in click-drag
    mode. When you release the pointer, the sketch entity is complete.
    closed profile A closed profile (or closed contour) is a sketch or sketch entity with
    no exposed endpoints; for example, a circle or polygon.
    collapse Collapse is the opposite of explode. The collapse action returns an
    exploded assembly’s parts to their normal positions.
    component A component is any part or sub-assembly within an assembly.
    configuration A configuration is a variation of a part or assembly within a single
    document. Variations can include different dimensions, features, and
    properties. For example, a single part such as a bolt can contain
    different configurations that vary the diameter and length. See design
    table.
    Configuration
    Manager
    The ConfigurationManager on the left side of the SolidWorks
    window is a means to create, select, and view the configurations of
    parts and assemblies.
    coordinate
    system
    A coordinate system is a system of planes used to assign Cartesian
    coordinates to features, parts, and assemblies. Part and assembly
    documents contain default coordinate systems; other coordinate
    systems can be defined with reference geometry. Coordinate systems
    can be used with measurement tools and for exporting documents to
    other file formats.
    degrees of
    freedom
    Geometry that is not defined by dimensions or relations is free to
    move. In 2D sketches, there are three degrees of freedom: movement
    along the X and Y axes, and rotation about the Z axis (the axis
    normal to the sketch plane). In 3D sketches and in assemblies, there
    are six degrees of freedom: movement along the X, Y, and Z axes,
    and rotation about the X, Y, and Z axes. See under defined.
    design table A design table is an Excel spreadsheet that is used to create multiple
    configurations in a part or assembly document. See configurations.
    DisplayManager The DisplayManager provides and outline view of display properties
    of the active document. These properties include appearances,
    decals, scenes, lights and cameras.
    document A SolidWorks document is a file containing a part, assembly, or
    drawing.
    drawing A drawing is a 2D representation of a 3D part or assembly. The
    extension for a SolidWorks drawing file name is SLDDRW.
    drawing sheet A drawing sheet is a page in a drawing document.SolidWorks Glossary
    Engineering Design and Technology Series
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    eDrawing Compact representation of a part, assembly, or drawing. eDrawings
    are compact enough to email and can be created for a number of
    CAD file types including SolidWorks.
    face A face is a selectable area (planar or otherwise) of a model or surface
    with boundaries that help define the shape of the model or surface.
    For example, a rectangular solid has six faces. See also surface.
    feature A feature is an individual shape that, combined with other features,
    makes up a part or assembly. Some features, such as bosses and cuts,
    originate as sketches. Other features, such as shells and fillets,
    modify a feature’s geometry. However, not all features have
    associated geometry. Features are always listed in the
    FeatureManager design tree. See also surface, out-of-context feature.
    FeatureManager
    design tree
    The FeatureManager design tree on the left side of the SolidWorks
    window provides an outline view of the active part, assembly, or
    drawing.
    fillet A fillet is an internal rounding of a corner or edge in a sketch, or an
    edge on a surface or solid.
    graphics area The graphics area is the area in the SolidWorks window where the
    part, assembly, or drawing appears.
    helix A helix is defined by pitch, revolutions, and height. A helix can be
    used, for example, as a path for a swept feature cutting threads in a
    bolt.
    instance An instance is an item in a pattern or a component that occurs more
    than once in an assembly.
    layer A layer in a drawing can contain dimensions, annotations, geometry,
    and components. You can toggle the visibility of individual layers to
    simplify a drawing or assign properties to all entities in a given layer.
    line A line is a straight sketch entity with two endpoints. A line can be
    created by projecting an external entity such as an edge, plane, axis,
    or sketch curve into the sketch.
    loft A loft is a base, boss, cut, or surface feature created by transitions
    between profiles.
    mate A mate is a geometric relationship, such as coincident,
    perpendicular, tangent, and so on, between parts in an assembly. See
    also SmartMates.
    mategroup A mategroup is a collection of mates that are solved together. The
    order in which the mates appear within the mategroup does not
    matter.SolidWorks Glossary
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    material Materials are applied to parts to define the engineering properties.
    These properties include such properties as density and yield
    strength.
    mirror (1) A mirror feature is a copy of a selected feature, mirrored about a
    plane or planar face. (2) A mirror sketch entity is a copy of a selected
    sketch entity that is mirrored about a centerline. If the original
    feature or sketch is modified, the mirrored copy is updated to reflect
    the change.
    model A model is the 3D solid geometry in a part or assembly document. If
    a part or assembly document contains multiple configurations, each
    configuration is a separate model.
    mold A mold cavity design requires (1) a designed part, (2) a mold base
    that holds the cavity for the part, (3) an interim assembly in which
    the cavity is created, and (4) derived component parts that become
    the halves of the mold.
    named view A named view is a specific view of a part or assembly (isometric,
    top, and so on) or a user-defined name for a specific view. Named
    views from the view orientation list can be inserted into drawings.
    open profile An open profile (or open contour) is a sketch or sketch entity with
    endpoints exposed. For example, a U-shaped profile is open.
    origin The model origin appears as three gray arrows and represents the
    (0,0,0) coordinate of the model. When a sketch is active, a sketch
    origin appears in red and represents the (0,0,0) coordinate of the
    sketch. Dimensions and relations can be added to the model origin,
    but not to a sketch origin.
    over defined A sketch is over defined when dimensions or relations are either in
    conflict or redundant.
    parameter A parameter is a value used to define a sketch or feature (often a
    dimension).
    part A part is a single 3D object made up of features. A part can become a
    component in an assembly, and it can be represented in 2D in a
    drawing. Examples of parts are bolt, pin, plate, and so on. The
    extension for a SolidWorks part file name is SLDPRT.
    pattern A pattern repeats selected sketch entities, features, or components in
    an array, which can be linear, circular, or sketch-driven. If the seed
    entity is changed, the other instances in the pattern update.
    planar An entity is planar if it can lie on one plane. For example, a circle is
    planar, but a helix is not.SolidWorks Glossary
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    plane Planes are flat construction geometry. Planes can be used for a 2D
    sketch, section view of a model, a neutral plane in a draft feature, and
    others.
    point A point is a singular location in a sketch, or a projection into a sketch
    at a single location of an external entity (origin, vertex, axis, or point
    in an external sketch). See also vertex.
    profile A profile is a sketch entity used to create a feature (such as a loft) or
    a drawing view (such as a detail view). A profile can be open (such
    as a U shape or open spline) or closed (such as a circle or closed
    spline).
    Property
    Manager
    The PropertyManager is on the left side of the SolidWorks window
    for dynamic editing of sketch entities and most features.
    rebuild The rebuild tool updates (or regenerates) the document with any
    changes made since the last time the model was rebuilt. Rebuild is
    typically used after changing a model dimension.
    relation A relation is a geometric constraint between sketch entities or
    between a sketch entity and a plane, axis, edge, or vertex. Relations
    can be added automatically or manually.
    revolve Revolve is a feature tool that creates a base or boss, a revolved cut,
    or revolved surface by revolving one or more sketched profiles
    around a centerline.
    round A round is an external rounding of an edge on a surface or solid.
    section A section is another term for profile in sweeps.
    section view A section view (or section cut) is (1) a part or assembly view cut by a
    plane, or (2) a drawing view created by cutting another drawing view
    with a section line.
    shaded A shaded view displays a model as a colored solid. See also HLR,
    HLG, and wireframe.
    sheet format A sheet format typically includes page size and orientation, standard
    text, borders, title blocks, and so on. Sheet formats can be
    customized and saved for future use. Each sheet of a drawing
    document can have a different format.
    shell Shell is a feature tool that hollows out a part, leaving open the
    selected faces and thin walls on the remaining faces. A hollow part is
    created when no faces are selected to be open.SolidWorks Glossary
    Engineering Design and Technology Series
    Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks 547
    sketch A 2D sketch is a collection of lines and other 2D objects on a plane
    or face that forms the basis for a feature such as a base or a boss. A
    3D sketch is non-planar and can be used to guide a sweep or loft, for
    example.
    SmartMates A SmartMate is an assembly mating relation that is created
    automatically. See mate.
    sub-assembly A sub-assembly is an assembly document that is part of a larger
    assembly. For example, the steering mechanism of a car is a subassembly of the car.
    surface A surface is a zero-thickness planar or 3D entity with edge
    boundaries. Surfaces are often used to create solid features.
    Reference surfaces can be used to modify solid features. See also
    face.
    sweep A sweep creates a base, boss, cut, or surface feature by moving a
    profile (section) along a path.
    template A template is a document (part, assembly, or drawing) that forms the
    basis of a new document. It can include user-defined parameters,
    annotations, or geometry.
    toolbox A library of standard parts that are fully integrated with SolidWorks.
    These parts are ready-to-use components — such as bolts and
    screws.
    under defined A sketch is under defined when there are not enough dimensions and
    relations to prevent entities from moving or changing size. See
    degrees of freedom.
    vertex A vertex is a point at which two or more lines or edges intersect.
    Vertices can be selected for sketching, dimensioning, and many other
    operations.
    wireframe Wireframe is a view mode in which all edges of the part or assembly
    are displayed. See also HLR, HLG, shaded.

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