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Title: Chapter 5 Creating and Editing Drawing Views


1
Chapter 5Creating and Editing Drawing Views
2
Chapter 5 - Objectives
  • After completing this chapter, you will be able
    to perform the following
  • Create base and projected drawing views from a
    part
  • Create auxiliary, section, detail, broken,
    breakout, cropped, and perspective views
  • Edit the properties and location of drawing views
  • Retrieve and arrange model dimensions for use in
    drawing views
  • Edit, move, and hide dimensions
  • Add automated centerlines
  • Add general dimensions
  • Add annotations such as text, leaders, Geometric
    Dimensioning Tolerancing (GDT), surface finish
    symbols, weld symbols, and datum identifiers

3
Chapter 5 Objectives - continued
  • After completing this chapter, you will be able
    to perform the following
  • Create hole and chamfer notes
  • Open a model from a drawing
  • Open a drawing from a model
  • Make changes under the Drawing tab of the
    Application Options dialog box
  • Create baseline and ordinate dimensions
  • Create hole, general, and revision tables

4
Creating a Drawing
  • Creating a Drawing
  • DWG or IDW files
  • Drawing Tools
  • Drawing Views
  • Sketch
  • Drawing Annotation

5
Drawing Sheet Preparation
  • Sheets
  • Sheet format
  • Sheet size

6
Title Block Insertion
  • Insert Title Block
  • Delete existing title block
  • Drawing Resources Folder

7
Title Block Fields
  • Property Fields and iProperties
  • Summary
  • Project
  • Status

8
Templates
  • Templates
  • Save your new drawing sheet, border, title block,
    drafting standard and dimension style as a
    template file
  • Save Copy As

9
Creating Drawing Views
  • Creating Drawing Views
  • Created from an existing part, assembly, or
    presentation file
  • Saving in same directory as the parent file
  • Types..
  • Base View
  • Projected View
  • Orthographic (Ortho View)
  • ISO View
  • Auxiliary View
  • Section View
  • Detail View
  • Crop
  • Slice
  • Broken View

10
Creating Drawing Views
  • Base View - Component tab
  • File - Options change depending upon selected
    file
  • Presentation File
  • Sheet Metal
  • iAssemblies
  • Representations
  • Orientation
  • Scale from Base
  • Scale
  • Label
  • Style
  • Style from Base

11
Creating Drawing Views
  • Base View - Model State tab
  • Options change depending upon selected file
  • Weldment
  • iPart
  • Member (iAssemblies)
  • Reference Data
  • Line Style
  • Hidden Line Calculation
  • Margin
  • Scale
  • Label
  • Style

12
Creating Drawing Views
  • Base View - Options tab
  • All Model Dimensions
  • Model Weld Symbols
  • Bend Extents
  • Thread Feature
  • Weld Annotations
  • User Work Features
  • Tangent Edges
  • Foreshortened
  • Show Trails
  • Hatching
  • Align to Base
  • Definition in Base View
  • Section Standard Parts
  • View justification

13
Creating Drawing Views
  • Using the Drawing View Dialog Box
  • Base View
  • First view that is created
  • Scale
  • Other drawing views can be projected
  • Orientation - preview image
  • No limit to number of base views
  • Projected Views
  • Orthographic or isometric
  • From any existing view
  • Preview image
  • No limit

14
Exercise 5-1
  • Creating a Multiview Drawing

15
Creating Drawing Views
  • Auxiliary Views
  • Created by selecting an edge
  • Projected at 90 degrees

16
Creating Drawing Views
  • Section Views
  • Created by sketching a line or multiple lines
    that will define the plane(s) that will be cut
    through a part or assembly
  • Section View tool

17
Creating Drawing Views
  • Section Views
  • Half Sections
  • Projected Sections
  • Aligned Sections
  • Offset Sections
  • Slice
  • Modifying Hatch
  • Right-click gt Edit

18
Creating Drawing Views
  • Hatching Isometric Views
  • Edit View

19
Creating Drawing Views
  • Slice View
  • Based on sketch in source view
  • Target view projected, orthographic or isometric

20
Creating Drawing Views
  • Detail Views
  • Drawing view that enlarges an area of an existing
    drawing view by a specified scale
  • Detail View tool
  • Smooth Cutout Shape
  • Full Detail Boundary
  • Connection line

21
Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Views
  • Removes a section or multiple sections from the
    middle of a long part and show just the ends
  • Break tool

22
Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Out Views
  • Expose internal components or features
  • Break Out tool
  • Boundary Profile

23
Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Out Views
  • Depth Options
  • From Point

24
Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Out Views
  • Depth Options
  • To Sketch

25
Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Out Views
  • Depth Options
  • To Hole
  • Through Part
  • Remove drawing content from inside a closed
    profile through selected components located in
    the browser.

26
Creating Drawing Views
  • Cropped Views
  • Shows a portion of a view
  • Rectangular
  • Circular
  • Based on a sketch in a view

27
Drawing View Options
  • Perspective View
  • Change View Orientation
  • Perspective views provide a realistic view of an
    assembly or component

28
Exercise 5-2
  • Creating Break, Section, Auxiliary, and Detail
    Views

29
Editing Drawing Views
  • Moving Drawing Views
  • Bounding box appears - rectangle
  • Children or dependent
  • Orthographic or auxiliary view
  • Detail and isometric views
  • Editing Drawing View Properties
  • Edit a drawing view
  • Drawing View dialog box
  • Deleting Drawing Views
  • Views that are dependent

30
Exercise 5-3
  • Editing Drawing Views

31
Dimensions
  • Dimensions
  • Retrieve Model Dimensions
  • Edit and/or Change
  • Dimension Visibility
  • Dimension Value and Appearance

32
Auto-Arrange Dimensions
  • Rearrange selected dimensions

33
Dimensions
  • Dimensions
  • Edit Model Dimension
  • Change model dimensions value

34
Dimensions
  • General dimensions
  • Not parametric
  • Associative
  • Move and center dimension text
  • Centerline to dashed line

35
Dimensions
  • Add dimensions to an isometric view
  • Space bar - Toggle between planes
  • Show All Part / Visible Work Planes

36
Annotations
  • Annotations
  • Adding
  • Centerlines
  • Surface texture symbols
  • Weld symbols
  • Geometric tolerance symbols
  • Text
  • Bill of materials
  • Balloons

37
Annotations
  • Centerlines
  • Center Mark
  • Center Line Bisector
  • Center Line
  • Centered Pattern tools
  • Automated Centerlines
  • Centerline Settings
  • Apply To
  • Threshold
  • View Types
  • Projection

38
Annotations
  • Adding more detail annotations
  • Surface Textures
  • Weld Symbols
  • Feature Control Frames
  • Text and Leaders
  • Format Text dialog box

39
Hole and Thread Notes
  • Adding
  • Hole Thread Notes
  • Hole Note Styles
  • Formatting
  • Apply tolerance values
  • Editing
  • Side Views

40
Chamfer Notes
  • First select a chamfered line or edge
  • Second a select reference edge

41
Exercise 5-4
  • Adding Dimensions and Annotations

42
Open Model from Drawing
  • To open a part or assembly file from a drawing
    file
  • Click Open
  • In view
  • From browser

43
Open a Drawing from a Model
  • To open a drawing from a part or an assembly file
  • Click Open Drawing
  • Drawing must be the same name as the part or
    assembly file

44
Drawing Options
  • Drawing Options
  • Retrieve Model Dimensions on View
  • Center dimension text on creation
  • Dimension Type
  • Object Style
  • View Justification
  • Display Options
  • Title Block Alignment

45
Baseline Dimensions / Sets
  • Baseline Dimension
  • Window / cross objects
  • Individual dimensions
  • Baseline Dimension Set
  • Select objects Window / cross methods
  • Dimensions held as a set

46
Exercise 5-5
  • Creating Baseline Dimensions

47
Ordinate Dimensions / Sets
  • Ordinate Dimension
  • Select points or window / cross objects
  • Individual dimensions
  • Ordinate Dimension Set
  • Select points or window / cross objects
  • Dimensions held as a set

48
Hole Tables
  • Hole Table
  • Location
  • Size
  • Edit

49
Exercise 5-6
  • Creating Hole Tables

50
Tables
  • General
  • Empty Specify of Rows and Columns
  • From Excel
  • Bends
  • iParts and iAssemblies

51
Revision Table
  • Entire drawing
  • Active Sheet
  • Tags
  • iProperties

52
Applying Your Skills
  • Skill Exercise 5-1 Skill Exercise 5-2

53
Checking Your Skills
  • True_ False_ A drawing can have an unlimited
    number of sheets.
  • True_ False_ A drawings sheet size normally is
    scaled to fit the size of the drawing views.
  • True_ False_ There can only be one base view per
    sheet.
  • True _ False _ An inclined view is a view that is
    projected perpendicular to a selected edge or
    line in a base view.
  • True _ False _ An isometric view can only be
    projected from a base view.
  • True _ False _ A section view is a view created
    by sketching a line or multiple lines that will
    define the plane(s) that will be cut through a
    part or assembly.
  • True _ False _ Drawing dimensions can drive
    dimensional changes parametrically back to the
    part.
  • Continued.

54
Checking Your Skills - continued
  • Explain how to shade an isometric drawing view
  • True _ False _ When creating a hole note using
    the Hole/Thread Notes command, circles that are
    extruded to create a hole can be annotated.
  • True _ False _ An assembly model can open an
    individual part from its browser however it
    cannot open a drawing file from the browser.
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