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  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 (GD&T), 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 > 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