The 2D versions of the Base and Pin and the Shaft and Key drawings are created. Dimensions are not added in this demo.
- Okay, now that we've finished the cam…and drive wheel drawing,…we're going to use this file to start up a new file…for the 2D drawings for the base and pin,…and also for the shaft and key.…Once again, we're just going to show you the view set-up.…We won't be doing the dimensioning for this one, either.…Okay, I already saved the file out.…So the first step is to go ahead…and detach all of these originial files,…and then what I'm going to do,…is go ahead and bring in the other files.…So I'm going to go back to my attached reference,…and then for the shaft and key,…this will be the /4,…and for the base and pin, will be the /3.…
So let's start with the base and pin file.…We want to use top for our starting view.…(sharp static)…Now, you're going to notice something here…when you bring this in first,…it's actually too large to fit on the b-sized border.…So what we're going to do, now,…is scale this down to half size.…So on the PDF file, you also will notice,…right below the 2D drawing we have a label there, saying,…
- Navigating the interface efficiently
- Creating 2D views from 3D solid geometry
- Creating a complex shape
- Creating dimension styles
- Creating a 2D view with title blocks
- Dimensioning and printing a drawing
- Beginning the 3D solid
- Drawing and dimensioning a plate, bracket, and more
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to the Software and Projects
2. Drawing and Dimensioning a Plate
3. Drawing and Dimensioning a Bracket
4. Drawing and Dimensioning an Angle Guide
5. Drawing and Dimensioning a Geneva Cam Assembly
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