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Chapter 5 Creating and Editing Drawing Views. Chapter 5 - Objectives. After completing this chapter, you will be able to Understand drawing options Create and edit drawing borders and title blocks Create base and projected drawing views from a part

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chapter 5 objectives
Chapter 5 - Objectives
  • After completing this chapter, you will be able to
    • 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, break-out, 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
chapter 5 objectives continued
Chapter 5 – Objectives continued
  • After completing this chapter, you will be able to
    • Add general dimensions
    • Add annotations such as GD&T, surface finish symbols, weld symbols, and datum identifiers
    • Create hole notes
    • Create chamfer notes
    • Open a model from a drawing to edit
    • Manage drawing sheets
    • Create baseline dimensions
    • Create ordinate dimensions
    • Create hole tables
    • Create general tables
    • Plot multiple drawing sheets
drawing options
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
  • Creating a Drawing
    • IDW file
    • Drawing Tools
      • Drawing Views
      • Sketch
      • Drawing Annotation
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Creating a Drawing
  • Drawing Sheet Preparation
    • Default drawing sheet
    • Edit Sheet dialog box
      • Sheet Format
      • Custom Size
border creation
Border Creation
  • Border Creation
    • Four lines and zone labels
    • Default Border
    • Default Drawing Border Parameters dialog box
      • Sheet margins
    • Edit
title block creation
Title Block Creation
  • Title Block Creation
    • Default Title Block
      • Drawing Properties dialog box
      • iProperties
    • Creating a New Title Block
      • Customized title block
      • Existing, from scratch or AutoCAD data
      • Title block
title block insertion
Title Block Insertion
  • Insert Title Block
    • Delete existing title block
    • Drawing Resources Folder
title block fields
Title Block Fields
  • File iProperties tabs
    • Summary
    • Project
    • Status
styles
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
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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
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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
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Styles
  • Edit Styles
    • Click Styles Editor tool on the Format menu
    • Click the style you want to edit.
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Styles
  • Set Object Defaults
    • Control how new objects will be formatted
    • Object Defaults option
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Styles
  • Overriding an Object’s Style
    • Select objects
    • Select style from the Style drop list
exercise 5 1
Exercise 5-1
  • Creating Text and Dimension Styles
templates
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
  • 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
        • Broken View
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Creating Drawing Views
  • 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
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Model State tab - Options change depending upon selected file
    • Weldment
    • iPart
    • Member (iAssemblies)
    • Reference Data
      • Line Style
      • Hidden Line Calculation
      • Margin
    • Scale
    • Label
    • Style
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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
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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
Exercise 5-2
  • Creating a Multiview Drawing
creating drawing views5
Creating Drawing Views
  • Auxiliary Views
    • Created by selecting an edge
    • Normally projected at 90 degrees
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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
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Section Views
    • Half Sections
    • Aligned Sections
    • Offset Sections
    • Modifying Hatch
      • Right-click > Modify Hatch
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Detail Views
    • Drawing view that enlarges an area of an existing drawing view by a specified scale
    • Detail View tool
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Broken Views
    • Removes a section or multiple sections from the middle of a long part and show just the ends
    • Broken View tool
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Out Views
    • Expose internal components or features
    • Break Out View tool
      • Boundary Profile
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Out Views
    • Depth Options
      • From Point
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Out Views
    • Depth Options
      • From Point
      • To Sketch
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Break Out Views
    • Depth Options
      • From Point
      • To Sketch
      • To Hole
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Creating Drawing Views
  • Draft Views
    • 2D Views
    • Parametric
    • Based on sketch(s)
drawing view options
Drawing View Options
  • Perspective View
    • Change View Orientation
    • Perspective views provide a realistic view of an assembly or component
exercise 5 3
Exercise 5-3
  • Creating Broken, Section, Auxiliary, and Detail Views
editing drawing views
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
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Editing Drawing Views
  • Drawing View Alignment
    • Break associativity
      • Label Views
    • Realign Views
      • Horizontal
      • Vertical
      • In Position
exercise 5 4
Exercise 5-4
  • Editing Drawing Views
dimensions
Dimensions
  • Dimensions
    • Retrieve Model Dimensions
    • Edit and/or Change
      • Dimension Visibility
      • Dimension Value and Appearance
    • Drawing (Reference) Dimensions
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Dimensions
  • Dimensions
    • Edit Model Dimension
    • Change Model Dimensions Value
copy dimension properties
Copy Dimension Properties
  • Style
  • Layer
  • Text
  • Precision and tolerance
  • Inspection
  • Arrowhead Shape
  • Arrowheads Inside / Outside
annotations
Annotations
  • Annotations
    • Adding
      • Centerlines
      • Surface texture symbols
      • Weld symbols
      • Geometric tolerance symbols
      • Text
      • Bill of materials
      • Balloons
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Annotations
  • Centerlines
    • Center Mark
    • Center Line Bisector
    • Center Line
    • Centered Pattern tools
  • Automated Centerlines
  • Centerline Settings
    • Apply To
    • Threshold
    • View Types
    • Projection
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Annotations
  • Adding more detail annotations
    • Surface Textures
    • Weld Symbols
    • Feature Control Frames
    • Text and Leaders
      • Format Text dialog box
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Annotations
  • Text Positioning
    • Positioning text
    • Alignment
      • Vertical and horizontal
    • Offset
      • Apply a line-spacing value
      • Vertical and horizontal positions
hole and thread notes
Hole and Thread Notes
  • Adding…
    • Hole & Thread Notes
    • Hole Note Styles
      • Formatting
      • Apply tolerance values
      • Editing
    • Side Views
exercise 5 5
Exercise 5-5
  • Adding Dimensions and Annotations
opening a model from a drawing to edit
Opening a Model from a Drawing to Edit
  • Open file types
    • Part
    • Assembly
    • Presentation
managing drawing sheets
Managing Drawing Sheets
  • New Sheets
  • Copy existing sheet
creating sheet formats
Creating Sheet Formats
  • Predefined layout that can set
    • Sheet size
    • Bor­der
    • Title block
    • Views
      • Base
      • Projected
copying views between sheets
Copying Views Between Sheets
  • Copy views
  • Make sheet active
  • Paste views
move views between sheets
Move Views Between Sheets
  • In Browser
  • Move view(s) from active one sheet to another
baseline dimensions sets
Baseline Dimensions / Sets
  • Baseline Dimension
    • Window / cross objects
    • Individual dimensions
  • Baseline Dimension Set
    • Window / cross objects
    • Dimensions held as a set
exercise 5 6
Exercise 5-6
  • Creating Baseline Dimensions
ordinate dimensions sets
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 Tables
  • Hole
    • Location
    • Size
    • Edit
exercise 5 7
Exercise 5-7
  • Creating Hole Tables
creating drawings of 3d wires
Creating Drawings of 3D Wires
  • Consumed sketch
  • Unconsumed Sketch
  • 2D
  • 3D
the table command
The Table Command
  • iPatrs
  • iAssemblies
  • Excel
  • Edit
multi sheet plotting
Multi Sheet Plotting
  • plot multiple drawing sheets
  • Click Start > All Programs > Autodesk > Autodesk Inventor 11 > Autodesk Multi-Sheet Plot
applying your skills
Applying Your Skills
  • Skill Exercise 5-1
  • Skill Exercise 5-2