Two cylinders are added to the file to create the Drive Wheel part. The cylinders are unioned and a cut is added using the Circle tool.
- [Instructor] Now that we've finished the cam,…now we're going to be drawing the drive wheel,…so I'm going to start with the cam part,…and then I've already saved this out as 4-2.…So the part numbering is important in this…project because we need to have unique…file names for each separate part,…so I'm just going to give this a dash two…for the drive wheel part.…So let's go ahead and delete this part.…And then I'll go ahead and tile my views…once again and then we'll start with a cylinder.…
So the dimensions for the drive wheel…are all reference.…The reason for that, the reason…why these dimensions are in parentheses…is because the part is a buyout part.…So this is something you would purchase…and then use this with the cam part…that you're creating yourself.…This is why the part is in phantom…line form on the 2D drawing.…So I'm going to start with the cylinder.…So the overall diameter is 3.366.…So we'll do 3.366/2, and then the height…of this part is going to be .2.…
So we'll go ahead and click on the top…view for this, and since we've…
- 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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