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Chapter 5 Creating and Editing Drawing Views

Chapter 5 Creating and Editing Drawing Views

Chapter 5 - Objectives • After completing this chapter, you will be able to

Chapter 5 - Objectives • After completing this chapter, you will be able to perform the following: – – – – – Understand drawing options Create and edit drawing borders and title blocks Create base and projected drawing views from a part Create auxiliary, section, detail, broken, breakout, draft, and perspective views Edit the properties and location of drawing views Retrieve model dimensions to use in drawing views Edit, move, and hide dimensions Select drawing objects using a window or a crossing window Add automated centerlines Add general dimensions

Chapter 5 – Objectives - continued • After completing this chapter, you will be

Chapter 5 – Objectives - continued • After completing this chapter, you will be able to perform the following: – Add annotations such as text, leaders, Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T), surface finish symbols, weld symbols, and datum identifiers – Create hole notes – Create chamfer notes – Open a model from a drawing to edit it – Manage drawing sheets – Create baseline dimensions – Create ordinate dimensions – Create hole tables – Create general tables – Create revision tables – Plot multiple drawing sheets

Drawing Options • Drawing Options – Retrieve Model Dimensions on View – Center dimension

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

Creating a Drawing • Creating a Drawing – DWG or IDW files – Drawing

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

Creating a Drawing • Drawing Sheet Preparation – Default drawing sheet – Edit Sheet

Creating a Drawing • Drawing Sheet Preparation – Default drawing sheet – Edit Sheet dialog box • Sheet Format • Custom Size

Title Block Creation • Title Block Creation – Default Title Block • Drawing Properties

Title Block Creation • Title Block Creation – Default Title Block • Drawing Properties dialog box • i. Properties – Creating a New Title Block • Customized title block • Existing, from scratch or Auto. CAD data • Title block

Title Block Insertion • Insert Title Block – Delete existing title block – Drawing

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

Title Block Fields • File i. Properties tabs – Summary – Project – Status

Title Block Fields • File i. Properties tabs – Summary – Project – Status

Styles • Controlling Styles –Project File • • Yes Read Only No Styles Library

Styles • Controlling Styles –Project File • • Yes Read Only No Styles Library –Format Menu • • Active Standard Styles Editor Update Styles Save Styles to Style Library • Purge Styles –Active Standard

Styles • Style Library – Central storage location of styles – Style in document

Styles • Style Library – Central storage location of styles – Style in document takes precedence over a style library – Styles are filtered by the active standard – Local (cached) style in a document is always available for use

Styles • Create New Style – Styles Editor tool on the Format menu –

Styles • Create New Style – Styles Editor tool on the Format menu – Right-click the style on which the new style will be based and select New Style

Styles • Edit Styles – Click Styles Editor tool on the Format menu –

Styles • Edit Styles – Click Styles Editor tool on the Format menu – Click the style you want to edit.

Styles • Set Object Defaults – Control how new objects will be formatted –

Styles • Set Object Defaults – Control how new objects will be formatted – Object Defaults option

Styles • Overriding an Object’s Style – Select objects – Select style from the

Styles • Overriding an Object’s Style – Select objects – Select style from the Style drop list

Exercise 5 -1 • Creating Text and Dimension Styles

Exercise 5 -1 • Creating Text and Dimension Styles

Templates • Templates – Save your new drawing sheet, border, title block, drafting standard

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

Creating Drawing Views • Creating Drawing Views – Created from an existing part, assembly,

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

Creating Drawing Views • Component tab – File - Options change depending upon selected

Creating Drawing Views • Component tab – File - Options change depending upon selected file • • – – – Presentation File Sheet Metal i. Assemblies Representations Orientation Scale from Base Scale Label Style from Base

Creating Drawing Views • Model State tab - Options change depending upon selected file

Creating Drawing Views • Model State tab - Options change depending upon selected file – – Weldment i. Part Member (i. Assemblies) Reference Data • Line Style • Hidden Line Calculation • Margin – Scale – Label – Style

Creating Drawing Views • Options tab – – – All Model Dimensions Model Weld

Creating Drawing Views • 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

Creating Drawing Views • Using the Drawing View Dialog Box –Base View • •

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

Exercise 5 -2 • Creating a Multiview Drawing

Exercise 5 -2 • Creating a Multiview Drawing

Creating Drawing Views • Auxiliary Views – Created by selecting an edge – Projected

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

Creating Drawing Views • Section Views – Created by sketching a line or multiple

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

Creating Drawing Views • Section Views – – – Half Sections Aligned Sections Offset

Creating Drawing Views • Section Views – – – Half Sections Aligned Sections Offset Sections Slice Modifying Hatch • Right-click > Edit

Creating Drawing Views • Hatching Isometric Views – Edit View

Creating Drawing Views • Hatching Isometric Views – Edit View

Creating Drawing Views • Crosshatching by Material Type – Material Hatch Pattern Defaults tab

Creating Drawing Views • Crosshatching by Material Type – Material Hatch Pattern Defaults tab

Creating Drawing Views • Slice View – Based on sketch in source view –

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

Creating Drawing Views • Detail Views – Drawing view that enlarges an area of

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

Creating Drawing Views • Break Views – Removes a section or multiple sections from

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

Creating Drawing Views • Break Out Views – Expose internal components or features –

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

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

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

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

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

Creating Drawing Views • Break Out Views – Depth Options • To Hole •

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.

Creating Drawing Views • Cropped Views – Shows a portion of a view •

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

Drawing View Options • Perspective View – Change View Orientation – Perspective views provide

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

Exercise 5 -3 • Creating Break, Section, Auxiliary, and Detail Views

Exercise 5 -3 • Creating Break, Section, Auxiliary, and Detail Views

Editing Drawing Views • Moving Drawing Views – Bounding box appears rectangle – Children

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

Exercise 5 -4 • Editing Drawing Views

Exercise 5 -4 • Editing Drawing Views

Dimensions • Dimensions – Retrieve Model Dimensions – Edit and/or Change • Dimension Visibility

Dimensions • Dimensions – Retrieve Model Dimensions – Edit and/or Change • Dimension Visibility • Dimension Value and Appearance – Drawing (Reference) Dimensions

Dimensions • Dimensions – Edit Model Dimension – Move – Change Model Dimensions Value

Dimensions • Dimensions – Edit Model Dimension – Move – Change Model Dimensions Value

Dimensions • Dimensions to an isometric view – Space bar - Toggle between planes

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

Annotations • Annotations –Adding • • Centerlines Surface texture symbols Weld symbols Geometric tolerance

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

Annotations • Centerlines –Center Mark –Center Line Bisector –Center Line –Centered Pattern tools •

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

Annotations • Adding more detail annotations – Surface Textures – Weld Symbols – Feature

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

Hole and Thread Notes • Adding… – Hole & Thread Notes – Hole Note

Hole and Thread Notes • Adding… – Hole & Thread Notes – Hole Note Styles • Formatting • Apply tolerance values • Editing – Side Views

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

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

Exercise 5 -5 • Adding Dimensions and Annotations

Exercise 5 -5 • Adding Dimensions and Annotations

Open Model from Drawing • To open a part or assembly file from a

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

Managing Drawing Sheets • New Sheets • Copy existing sheet

Managing Drawing Sheets • New Sheets • Copy existing sheet

Baseline Dimensions / Sets • Baseline Dimension – Window / cross objects – Individual

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

Exercise 5 -6 • Creating Baseline Dimensions

Exercise 5 -6 • Creating Baseline Dimensions

Ordinate Dimensions / Sets • Ordinate Dimension – Select points or window / cross

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

Hole Tables • Hole Table – Location – Size – Edit

Hole Tables • Hole Table – Location – Size – Edit

Exercise 5 -7 • Creating Hole Tables

Exercise 5 -7 • Creating Hole Tables

Tables • • • Tables Empty – Specify # of Rows and Columns Excel

Tables • • • Tables Empty – Specify # of Rows and Columns Excel spreadsheet i. Parts i. Assemblies

Revision Table • Entire drawing • Active Sheet • Tags

Revision Table • Entire drawing • Active Sheet • Tags

Multi Sheet Plotting • Plot multiple drawing sheets • Click Start > All Programs

Multi Sheet Plotting • Plot multiple drawing sheets • Click Start > All Programs > Autodesk Inventor 2009 > Autodesk Multi-Sheet Plot

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

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

Project Exercise – Chapter 5 Creating and Editing Drawing Views • In Appendix A

Project Exercise – Chapter 5 Creating and Editing Drawing Views • In Appendix A

Checking Your Skills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. True_ False_ A drawing

Checking Your Skills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. True_ False_ A drawing can have an unlimited number of sheets. True_ False_ A drawing’s 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 isometric view can only be projected from a base view. True_ False_ Drawing dimensions can drive dimensional changes parametrically back to the part. True_ False_ Explain how to shade an isometric drawing view. True_ False_ When creating a hole note using the Hole/Thread Notes tool, circles that are extruded to create a hole can be annotated.