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Title: Solidworks Exercise Modeling the piston (30 minutes)


1
Solidworks Exercise Modeling the piston (30
minutes)
Class III
15
  • Open a new part file and Save as Piston.sldprt
  • Create the Cylinder
  •  Click on Top Plane (or plane 2) then open a
    sketch
  •  From the origin, click and drag a circle.
  • Dimension the circle 20mm
  • Click the isometric view (if isometric icon is
    not visible go to view, toolbars, standard view)
  •  Hit the Extrusion key
  •  In Direction 1, type 15mm, Blind
  •  In Direction 2, type 50mm, Blind
  • Click OK and label Main cylinder

50
2
Solidworks Exercise Modeling the piston (30
minutes)
  • Create a slot
  •  Click Front View
  • Select Front (or plane 1) plane and open a
    sketch
  • Select centerline tool, then draw a centerline
    vertically through the origin
  •  Select the line, then hit the Mirror tool
  • Draw a half rectangle using the line tool
  •  Dimension the width to be 5mm.
  •  Hit the extruded cut tool
  •  Select Through All, then check Both Directions
  • Click OK and label Slot

5
3
Solidworks Exercise Modeling the piston (30
minutes)
  • Square off the ends
  • Select Front (or plane 1) plane and open a
    sketch
  •  With Line tool, draw an L shape to the right of
    the origin. Start by snapping to the top edge.
  • Select the bottom segment and while holding the
    Cntrl key down select the edge at the bottom of
    slot
  •  Right click the mouse and select Add Relation
  • Click on Collinear and close
  • Dimension the vertical line 6mm to the right of
    the origin
  • Select the Cut tool
  • Select Through All check Both Directions.
  • Note arrow showing what will be cut away, then
    hit OK Label Flat face

6
4
Solidworks Exercise Modeling the piston (30
minutes)
  • Mirror squared end
  • Select insert, pattern/mirror, mirror feature.
  •  Highlight Mirror Plane box, then select Right
    (or plane 3) plane in the Features Manager Tree
  •  Highlight Features to mirror box, then select
    Flat face in the Features Manager Tree, then hit
    OK
  •  Leave this labeled Mirror1

5
Solidworks Exercise Modeling the piston (30
minutes)
5
  • Make a hole
  • Select a face on the right squared end plane
  • Open a sketch
  •  Draw a construction line from Origin, upwards
  •  Select Circle tool and place the cursor on the
    construction line, then drag to create any sized
    circle
  •  Dimension circle to be 5mm diameter
  •  Dimension distance of circle from origin to be
    7.5mm
  • Click extrude cut, up to surface
  •  Click OK and label Pin Hole

7.5
6
Solidworks Exercise Modeling the piston (30
minutes)
  • Chamfer the bottom
  • Turn on wireframe viewing
  •  Select the bottom edge
  • Hit Chamfer button
  •  Choose Angle-Distance, 1.5mm, 45 degrees
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