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Chapter 7 Advanced Part Modeling Techniques . Chapter 7 - Objectives. After completing this chapter, you will be able to perform the following: Extrude an open profile Create ribs, webs, and rib networks Emboss text and profiles Create sweep features Create coil features

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Chapter 7 advanced part modeling techniques

Chapter 7Advanced Part Modeling Techniques


Chapter 7 objectives

Chapter 7 - Objectives

  • After completing this chapter, you will be able to perform the following:

    • Extrude an open profile

    • Create ribs, webs, and rib networks

    • Emboss text and profiles

    • Create sweep features

    • Create coil features

    • Create loft features

    • Split a part or split faces of a part

    • Bend a part


Chapter 7 objectives1

Chapter 7 - Objectives

  • After completing this chapter, you will be able to perform the following:

    • Copy features within a part

    • Reorder part features

    • Mirror model features

    • Suppress features of a part

    • Create a derived part based on another part or an assembly

    • Use Auto Limits to alert you when a part or assembly exceeds a target range for a specific property


Using open profiles

Using Open Profiles

  • Using Open Profiles

    • Sketch that does not form a closed area

    • Extrude tool only

    • Extrude bi-directionally

      • positive or negative direction, fill direction

    • Match Shape


Rib and web features

Rib and Web Features

  • Rib and Web Features

    • Used to reinforce or strengthen features

      • Additional support and minimal weight are required

        • mold and cast parts

    • Ribs, webs, and rib networks

    • Single, open, unconsumed profile

    • Taper


Rib and web features1

Rib and Web Features

  • Rib and Web Features

    • Rib dialog box

    • Shape

      • Profile

      • Direction

    • Thickness

      • Edit Box

      • Flip Buttons

    • Extents

      • To Next

      • Finite

      • Extend Profile

    • Extend Profile

    • Taper


Rib and web features2

Rib and Web Features

  • Creating Rib and Web

  • Rib Networks

    • Use multiple intersecting or nonintersecting sketch objects

    • Thickness is applied to all objects

      • Rib Network as a

        • Profile

        • Ribs

        • Webs


Exercise 7 1

Exercise 7-1

  • Creating Ribs and Webs


Emboss text and closed profiles

Emboss Text and Closed Profiles

  • Emboss Text / Closed profile

    • Embossed (raised)

    • Engraved (cut)

      • Shape or Text

      • On a plane or a curved face

    • Step 1 - Creating Text

    • Step 2 - Emboss Text


Exercise 7 2

Exercise 7-2

  • Creating Text and Emboss Features


Sweep features

Sweep Features

  • Sweep Features

    • Requires two unconsumed sketches

    • Sweep dialog box

      • Profile

      • Path

      • Operation buttons

      • Solid / Surface

      • Taper

      • Type

      • Orientation


Sweep features1

Sweep Features

  • Profile

  • Path

  • Orientation

    • Path

    • Profile


Sweep features2

Sweep Features

  • Type - Path & Guide Rail

  • Profile Scaling

    • X & Y

    • X

    • None


Sweep features3

Sweep Features

  • Type - Path & Guide Surface

    • Path

    • Profile

    • Guide Surface


Exercise 7 3

Exercise 7-3

  • Creating Sweep Features


3d sketching

3D Sketching

  • Defining a 3D path

    • Lip or routing

    • Work points

    • Model edges/vertices

    • 3D Sketch Environment

      • 2D & 3D curves


Sweep features4

Sweep Features

  • 3D Sketching

    • 3D Path From Existing Geometry

      • Define path

        • Use existing edges

      • Include Existing Geometry

        • Projecting part edges, vertices, and geometry


3d sketching1

3D Sketching

  • 3D Sketch From Intersection Geometry

    • Defined by a combination

      • Planar or nonplanar part face

      • Surface face or quilt

      • Objects

      • Work plane


3d sketching2

3D Sketching

  • Project to Surface

    • Project Along Vector

    • Project to Closest Point

    • Wrap to Surface

    • Break Link


3d sketching3

3D Sketching

  • Constructed Paths

    • Connecting

      • Work points

      • 3D line

    • Auto-Bend

      • Radius


Sweep features5

Sweep Features

  • 3D Sketching

    • Work Points

    • Grounded Work Points

    • Constraints

    • 3D Lines and Splines

    • Precise Input


Exercise 7 4

Exercise 7-4

  • 3D Sketch – Sweep Features


Coil features

Coil Features

  • Coil Features

  • Helical, springs or coil shapes

    • Coil Shape

      • Profile

      • Axis

      • Flip

      • Rotation

      • Operation

    • Coil Size

      • Type

      • Pitch

      • Revolution

      • Height

      • Taper


Coil features1

Coil Features

  • Coil Features

    • Coil Ends

      • Start

      • End

      • Transition Angle

      • Flat Angle

    • Using base & secondary feature


Loft features

Loft Features

  • Loft Features

    • Blends a shape between two or more sections

    • Area Loft

    • Complex shapes

      • Plastic or molded parts

    • Sections

    • Rails

    • Center Line

    • Points

    • Curves


Loft features1

Loft Features

  • Curves

    • Sections

    • Rails

    • Center Line

    • Output

    • Operation

    • Closed Loop

    • Merge tangent Faces

    • Area


Loft features2

Loft Features

  • Conditions

    • Condition Boundaries Sketches

      • Free Condition

      • Direction Condition

    • Condition Boundaries Face Loop

      • Smooth (G2) Condition

    • Angle

    • Weight


Loft features3

Loft Features

  • Loft Features

    • Transition

      • Point Set

      • Map Point

      • Position


Exercise 7 5

Exercise 7-5

  • Creating Loft Features


Part split and face split

Part Split and Face Split

  • Part Split and Face Split

    • Method

      • Split Part

        • remove material

      • Split Face

    • Split dialog box

      • All

      • Select

      • Faces to Split

      • Split Tool


Exercise 7 6

Exercise 7-6

  • Splitting a Part


Bend part

Bend Part

  • Bend a part

    • A bend line

    • Radius + Angle

    • Radius + Arc Length

    • Arc Length = Angle


Copying features

Copying Features

  • Browser or Feature Priority

    • Dependent

    • Independent

    • Paste Features

    • Parameters

    • Pick Sketch Plane


Mirroring features

Mirroring Features

  • Mirroring Features

    • Features

      • dependent on the parent feature

      • Mirror Plane

      • Creation Method

      • Change or update

    • Mirror Entire Solid


Suppressing features

Suppressing Features

  • Suppressing Features

    • Temporarily turn off display

    • Simplify parts

    • Increases system performance

    • Unsuppress

    • Parent – child relationships


Conditionally suppress features

Conditionally Suppress Features

  • Feature Properties

  • Parameter Value – If statement


Reordering features

Reordering Features

  • Reordering Features

    • Browser

      • Drag horizontal line


Feature rollback

Feature Rollback

  • Feature Rollback

    • Roll back the design to an earlier state

    • Then place new features

    • Reorder

    • Delete all features below EOP


Derived parts

Derived Parts

  • In a Part (IPT) file

  • Options

    • Body

    • Work Surface

    • Sketches

    • 3D Sketches

    • Work geometry

    • Surfaces

    • Exported Parameters

    • iMates

    • Options

  • Operations

    • Mixed

    • Plus

    • Exclude

  • Scales Factor

  • Mirror Part


Derived assemblies

Derived Assemblies

  • In a Part (IPT) file

  • Operations

    • Combination

    • Plus

    • Exclude

    • Minus

    • Bounding Box

  • Keeps seems between planar faces

  • Update

  • Break Link


Exercise 7 7

Exercise 7-7

  • Creating a Derived Part


Center of gravity

Center of Gravity

  • Center of Gravity

    • Part & Assembly

    • Representation

      • X-,Y-, and Z-axis arrows

    • Mass properties

    • Numeric value

    • Values are relative to the origin

    • Colorless - update


Part materials

Part Materials

  • Part Materials

    • Physical tab or Properties dialog box

    • Mass is calculated from material

    • Part color set to As Material

      • Color equals material


Override mass volume properties

Override Mass & Volume Properties

  • Mass and volume values

    • Default & Overridden

    • Copy information into another application


Auto limits

Auto Limits

  • Design limits

    • Dimensional

    • Physical properties

    • Settings


Auto limits1

Auto Limits

  • Boundaries

    • Lower

    • Upper

    • Visibility


Applying your skills

Applying Your Skills

  • Skill Exercise 7-1


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