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  1. ERT 249ComputerAided Design (CAD)For Biosystem Engineering Prepared By: SamerabintiSamsuddinSah Email: samera@unimap.edu.my Phone: 04-9798835/016-4144537

  2. Learning Outcomes

  3. Assessment and Grading

  4. History

  5. Evolution of CAD

  6. Introduction

  7. Engineering Drawing

  8. Computer Aided Design (CAD)

  9. CAD Tools in design process Computer Aided Design The integration of computer software and geometric model to serve the design process

  10. Design Process

  11. Contribution of CAD in design

  12. Design Formats

  13. 3D Geometric Primitives

  14. CAD Software Product

  15. AutoCAD Interface

  16. Advantages of CAD 1. 2. 3. 4.

  17. Advantages of CAD

  18. CAD Capability

  19. Limitation of CAD(within scope of drawing creation)

  20. Limitation of CAD(within scope of drawing creation)

  21. Limitation of CAD(within scope of drawing interpretation)

  22. Basic Information Included in a Drawing

  23. Projected Views

  24. A Table Example

  25. Dimensions

  26. A Dimensioning Example

  27. More basic information

  28. Full name Country Code USA American National Standard Institute ANSI มอก. Thailand สำนักงานมาตรฐานผลิตภัณฑ์อุตสาหกรรม Japanese Industrial Standard Japan JIS British Standard UK BS Australian Standard Australia AS Deutsches Institut fürNormung Germany DIN International Standards Organization ISO Standard Code

  29. Continuous thick line Visible line Dimension line Extension line Leader line Continuous thin line Dash thick line Hidden line Chain thin line Center line Basic Line Types Name according to application Types of Lines Appearance

  30. Meaning of Lines Visible lines represent features that can be seen in the current view Hidden lines represent features that can not be seen in the current view Center linerepresents symmetry, path of motion, centers of circles, axis of axisymmetrical parts Dimension and Extension linesindicate the sizes and location of features on a drawing

  31. Example : Line conventions in engineering drawing

  32. Line Convention Precedence of coincide lines. Hidden line drawing. Center line drawing.

  33. Precedence of Line Order of importance Visible line Hidden line Center line

  34. Hidden Line Practice Hidden line should join a visible line, except itextended from the visible line. Leave space Correct Join No !

  35. Hidden Line Practice Hidden line should join a visible line, except itextended from the visible line. Leave space Leave space Correct No !

  36. Hidden Line Practice Hidden line should intersect to form L and Tcorners. L Correct T No !

  37. Hidden Line Practice Hidden arcs should start on a center line.

  38. Centre Line Practice In circular view, short dash should cross at the intersections of center line. For small hole, center line is presented as thin continuous line. Center line should not extend between views. Leave space Leave space

  39. Leave the gap when centerline forms a continuation with a visible or hidden line Center line should always start and end with long dash. Leavespace Leavespace Leavespace Leavespace Centre Line Practice

  40. Scaling

  41. Drawing Sheet A4 • Trimmed paper of a size A0 ~ A4. A3 A2 • Standard sheet size(JIS) • A4 210 x 297 • A3 297 x 420 • A2 420 x 594 • A1 594 x 841 • A0 841 x 1189 A1 A0 (Dimensions in millimeters)

  42. c d d c c Sheet size c (mm) d (mm) A4 10 25 A3 10 25 A2 10 25 A1 20 25 A0 20 25 Orientation of drawing sheet 1. Type X (A0~A4) 2. Type Y (A4 only) Drawing space Drawing space Border lines Title block Title block

  43. The end…