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1 Rotational Patterns of Pick and Place Features The most efficient way to create multiple copies of one feature is to use the patterning function. Not only is it faster, but dimensioning is simplified, and the pattern is parametrically controlled. Parametrically controlled, means if the pattern leader (original feature to be patterned) dimensions are edited, all other features in the pattern will be automatically changed. This reading assignment will cover rotational patterning only. In order to pattern in a circular direction, there must be an entity, like an axis, to rotate about and an angular dimension to control the spacing between each patterned feature. There are two types of rotational patterns dimension pattern (Dim Pattern) and reference pattern (Ref Pattern). Dimension patterns are controlled by dimensions and reference patterns are controlled by other patterns. Keep in mind the feature to be patterned, called the pattern leader, must be created as a single feature. Placement of the pattern leader is very important - think dimensioning and placement. For example, if the number of patterns will change, carefully decide where to locate the pattern leader and what constraints/dimensions to use. Start with a base with an entity, such as the axis shown in Figure 1, to revolve the pattern leader about. Figure 1 Protrusion In Figures 2 and 3, the Pattern leader is a through hole. (Insert Hole Straight hole. Diameter) You must create the hole using the Hole Feature so you have the angle to work with when patterning the hole. Figure 2 Placed Top Dead Center (TDC). Hole constrained x distance from the axis A-1 and constrained to the Profile plane at 0 degrees. Figure 3 Place on Horizontal Plane Hole constrained x distance from the axis A-1 and constrained to the Horizontal plane at 0 degrees. Pattern feature patterned (total features 4 and spaced 90 degrees apart.) Figure 4 Figure 5 11/20/02 1 of 9

2 Modify value for pattern leader. Diameter of hole (ø.25), bolt circle (distance from axis) (ø1.50), and degrees (0.0 ) from a given plane (Profile) may be edited. Bolt Circle Diameter Hole Diameter Figure 6 Modify number of patterns and distance (degrees) between patterns. Be careful when selecting which angle to select. Figure 7 Know which angle dimension is for the location of the pattern leader and which is for the distance between the patterns. Figure 8 Angle between pattern leader and given plane. Figure 9 Angle between patterned features. 11/20/02 2 of 9

3 Edited to 3 holes equally spaced. Regenerate after making changes. Figure 10 Pattern leader constrained to TDC (Profile plane.) Pattern Leader TDC Figure 11 Pattern leader constrained to Horizontal plane. Pattern Leader Figure 12 Top view of Figure 10. Figure 13 Top view of Figure 11. Study the dimensions in Figures 14 and 15. Which dimension(s) were changed and what happened? Figure 14 Original Figure 15 Edited What changes were made? 11/20/02 3 of 9

4 To show the difference between DIMension Pattern and REFerence Pattern a counterbore will be shown created in two steps. However, when you create a counterbore or countersink, do it in one step using the Sketcher option in the Hole Feature. DIM Pattern Create a simplified locating ring with a singular hole as shown. 1. Create the locating ring using the Revolution feature. This feature must be created as a revolution so you have the axis to revolve about. a. Example: OD = 7.00, ID = 3.00, middle diameter = Height of each ring is.375. For design intent, the height of the lower ring is the important one. In what two views can you sketch the cross section of the locating ring? In the space to the right, sketch the correct shape and centerline you will revolve about. Add dimensions, remember to think where you want them to show in the drawing.. The correct answers are shown on the last page of this printout. 2. Create a hole using the Hole feature (pick and place feature) Diameter Placement Type option (this option uses the diameter of the bolt circle and gives us an angle to use when patterning). (Insert Hole Straight hole Diameter Depth One Hole Placement Diameter ) Example: Straight hole =.25, through all. a. Primary Reference: select the surface close to where you want to place the hole. b. Placement Type: Diameter. c. Axial Reference: select the ring s axis. d. Diameter: dimension of bolt circle (example, Ø6.00) e. Angular Reference: angle between new hole and an existing plane. Example: For Top Dead Center use the PROFILE datum plane as the reference plane, with a 0 degree angle offset. 11/20/02 4 of 9

5 3. Pattern the hole. Pick the feature to be patterned in the Model Tree, right mouse click and select Pattern. Example: Pattern around the center of the ring a total of 4 holes equally spaced (90 ). 4. PATTERN OPTIONS menu. Select General (to be safe) Done. (Identical patterning is the simplest to use, but has the most restrictions. General patterning creates the most complex patterns and does not make any assumptions. However, the down side is that General slows down regeneration time.) a. When prompted to Select pattern dimension for FIRST direction, or increment type, select the angular dimension on the screen. No angular dimension showing? That means the hole was not created using the Diameter option. You must delete the hole and create it again by following step 2. 11/20/02 5 of 9

6 b. When prompted to Enter dimension increment, key in angle between each hole. Example: 90. c. When prompted to Select another dimension for FIRST direction, increment type, or Done. Example: Select Done.. d. When prompted to Enter TOTAL number of instances in this direction (including original), key in the total number. Example: 4. e. When prompted to Select pattern dimension for SECOND direction, increment type, or Done.. Example: Select Done. 5. Results. Delete Pattern: If you want to delete only the patterns select Delete Pattern. If you want to delete the patterns and pattern leader select Delete. 11/20/02 6 of 9

7 REF Pattern Create the counterbore on the pattern leader (original hole) as explained below. Remember, we are only do this as two features so you can see what a REF pattern is. 6. Expand the Pattern (Hole) Feature by clicking on the + mark and select the first feature listed (pattern leader). Notice the pattern leader turned red in the part file. 7. Select Insert Hole Straight hole Diameter Depth One Hole Placement Coaxial Example: Diameter =.375, Depth =.125 a. Primary Reference: select the surface close to where you want to place the hole. b. Placement Type: Coaxial. c. Axial Reference: select the axis of the pattern leader. 11/20/02 7 of 9

8 8. Pattern the counterbore. Pick the feature to be patterned in the Model Tree, right mouse click and select Pattern. As soon as you select this feature, it will automatically be patterned about the ring, using the prior pattern as a reference. 9. Results. Editing a pattern. (Refer to page 2 for help.) 10. Edit the number of patterns and distance between them. a. Select one of the patterned holes (NOT the pattern leader). b. Select the number of holes and change it to 3. Regenerate. c. Select the distance (angle) between the holes and change it to 120. Regenerate. 11. Play around. a. Select the angle for the pattern leader and edit it to 30. Regenerate. What happened? b. Edit the size of the pattern leader. Regenerate. Did all of the holes change? Did you remember to regenerate the model? c. Keep playing until you understand what is going on. You will need to know and understand this information for the next quiz. Proper dimensioning for repetitive features, undercut: 11/20/02 8 of 9

9 Answer to question on page 4. Sketch Plane: Frontal Dimension Placement: Dimensions to the right and above. Sketch Plane: Profile Dimension Placement: Dimensions to the left and above. However, since only two views are necessary and the front and right side give the same information, the right view will be deleted. 11/20/02 9 of 9

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