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Using the Drafting Workbench. R. Lindeke IE 1225. Before Entering the Drafting WB. Create the Part in Handout: I used a Master Sketch For the Base 2’ary Sketch for Boss 3 rd Sketch for Hole Center Points Then 3 Counter Bored Holes. To Enter the Drafting WorkBench:.

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Using the drafting workbench l.jpg

Using the Drafting Workbench

R. Lindeke

IE 1225

Before entering the drafting wb l.jpg
Before Entering the Drafting WB

Create the Part in Handout:

I used a Master Sketch For the Base

2’ary Sketch for Boss

3rd Sketch for Hole Center Points Then 3 Counter Bored Holes

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To Enter the Drafting WorkBench:

Once In the Drafting WB we select “Empty Sheet” and Set “Modify” to ANSI size C standard

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On the New Workbench: Click View Creation Wizard

We typically choose the 1st ICON for Top/Front/Rt. Side Views

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And ADD an Isometric View

Click the Iso-metric ICON at the lower left – move it around your window and place it in the Upper Right Corner of the original views

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After Positioning Iso-View in Part Model and Select Drafting Front View Plane:

“Playing” around with the arrows in the Blue Compass allows one to alter the image to be drafted – sliding the mouse between the “boxes” show one what will appear after the “fateful Click”!

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Mouse can Drag Plots around the Sheet -- Front View Plane:

Position the Iso-View “Independently of the Reference View”

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Select and Right-Click on Each View Object in the TREE – Click on Properties:

  • Check:

  • Hidden Lines

  • Center Line

  • Axis

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Next Create a “Offset Section View” in the Reference View

Double Click at the 2nd point:

Slide and position the section view to right of the ‘Right View’

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Un-needed Views can be easily deleted: Double-Clicking the Hatch itself:

Right Click on a View’s Border and click Delete!

(Here for Top View)

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Now might be a good time to safe the Drafted Part: as a “Drawing” – use Save Management


A drawing is associated with the Part Model but we need both to proceed!

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Add some “Phantom Lines” “Drawing” – use Save Management

  • For :

  • Indicating boss size on Section View

  • Indicating bolt hole circle on Front View

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Length Dimension as well … ICON (expanded below)

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Fixing the Counterbore Dimensions (Dimension Line Tab on Properties)

Start with Value tab click ‘Fake Dimension’ Enter 4.0 units as Main Value

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We inserted Title Box Type 1 Titleblock

The title block is “Editable” when one is in the “Blued Mode” on the background sheet

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Preparing for Printing Titleblock

  • Scale is “Strange”! I set front and section views to 4:1, Isometric view to 2:1 when I printed the “Faked” C-size drawing to Letter paper my measured scale was about 1.93:1!

  • So, edit the title box to reflect the “actual scale” which is about half of that automatically set during sizing exercize

  • Fonts in Dimensions needed to be increased to about 7.000 mm – space permitting

  • Turn off View borders before printing – in Right Click View … Properties – checkbox!