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1 Prerequisite Knowledge Previous knowledge of the following commands is required to complete this lesson; Sketch (Line, Centerline, Circle, Add Relations, Smart Dimension,), Extrude Boss/Base, and Edit Materials. A basic knowledge of the drawing environment is also required Focus of the Lesson This lesson focuses on designing a sheet metal part from the flattened state. In this case, you create a sheet metal part and then insert bend lines on which to fold the part. Commands Used This lesson includes Sketch (Line/Centerline, Circle, Mirror Entities, Add Relations, and Smart Dimension), Base Flange, Extruded Cut, Sketched Bend and Edit Material. A drawing of the sheet metal part will also be created. New File Save File Create a new part file. Save the file as to a folder called Holder exercise (Continue to save periodically throughout the exercise) Leaving Certificate Technology 1

2 Getting Started In order to begin working with Sheet Metal you must first activate the sheet metal tab on the command manager. To activate this tab, right click on the command manager. Choose Sheet Metal from the drop-down list. The Sheet Metal tab is now active on the command manager. Note: The Sheet Metal commands are also available from the drop down menu by selecting Insert and Sheet Metal Creating a sketch: How do we start to model the toothbrush holder as a sheet metal part? We begin by creating a sketch to generate the rectangular piece of acrylic required to manufacture the artefact. What plane will this sketch be created on? Because the material sits on the horizontal plane while we carry out the work, we will create a sketch on the Top Plane. Create a rectangular sketch on the Top Plane. Left click On the Top plane and click on the sketch icon From the Sketch toolbar, select the Corner Rectangle. Leaving Certificate Technology 2

3 Left click on the Origin, move the cursor diagonally and left click on the opposite vertex to create the rectangle. (Press Esc to exit the Corner Rectangle command) Note the automatic relations that are added to the sketch. If these are not shown, go View/Sketch Relations on the dropdown menu. Select Smart Dimension from the Sketch toolbar and dimension the rectangle as shown. Remember always to dimension from the shortest to the longest distances. The sketch lines turn black when fully defined. Exit the sketch Sheet Metal Feature: To create a sheet metal feature, click the Sheet Metal tab on the Command Manager and choose Base Flange Enter a value of 3mm for thickness in the Base Flange options dialog box Click Ok Leaving Certificate Technology 3

5 Creating the Rectangular holes A sketch needs to be created on the top face of the Base Flange so that the rectangular holes can be formed. Right click on the top face and select the sketch icon Select Normal To from the Heads-Up Toolbar ` Select the Centerline command from the Sketch Toolbar (use the down arrow beside Line command) Hover over the edge of the base flange and the midpoint will appear Sketch the vertical centerline Using the Line Command, sketch the lines shown opposite Leaving Certificate Technology 5

6 Select the two vertical lines by holding down the Ctrl key. Add a Collinear and Equal relation between the two lines. Select Mirror Entities from the sketch toolbar Select the 6 lines at the Entities to mirror Click on the Mirror about dialogue box and select the centerline to mirror the sketch entities and select OK. Leaving Certificate Technology 6

7 Dimension the sketch as shown below. Note that the sketch is fully defined. Exit the sketch. Extruded Cut Select Extruded Cut from the Sheet Metal toolbar Select the sketch containing the rectangles and select Through All as the end condition. Select Rename Feature Double click on the Extrude 1 feature and rename as Rectangular holes Circular Holes Create a sketch on the top face of the base flange. Draw a vertical centerline as described earlier. Select the Circle command from the sketch toolbar Leaving Certificate Technology 7

8 Create two circles, one of which is coincident with the centerline Use Mirror Entities to create a circle on the right of the centerline Smart dimension as shown opposite Exit the sketch Leaving Certificate Technology 8

9 Extruded Cut Select Extruded Cut from the Sheet Metal toolbar. Select the previous sketch in the graphics area and choose Through All as the end condition. Rename feature Rename this feature as Circular holes Shaping Create a sketch on the top face of the base flange. Using the Line command, create the sketch shown opposite Select the line segment and arc by holding down the CTRL key and apply a Tangent relation Leaving Certificate Technology 9

10 Apply a Tangent relation between the arc and edge of base flange Apply a Horizontal relation between the endpoints of the line segments and the points of tangency in turn. Dimension the sketch as shown opposite. Exit the sketch. Extruded Cut Select Extruded Cut from the Sheet Metal toolbar. Select the previous sketch in the graphics area and choose Through All as the end condition. Rename as Shaping Leaving Certificate Technology 10

11 Filets Select the Fillet from the Features toolbar Choose the settings in the property manager as indicated below Sketched Bend Create a sketch on the top face of the base flange. Using the line command, sketch a line coincident with the endpoints of the shaping. This line will be used as the bending line. Select Sketched Bend from the Sheet Metal Toolbar. Leaving Certificate Technology 11

12 Select the bending line Select the face that you wish to remain horizontal after the bending process Select Material Inside as the Bend Position Select 90 as the bending angle Choose the default radius as the bending radius Edit Material Right click on Materials <not specified> in the Design Tree and select Edit Material Scroll down to the Plastics folder and select Acrylic (Medium-high impact and choose Apply and Close Leaving Certificate Technology 12

13 Apply Colour Right click on any face of the toothbrush holder Select the Appearance icon and select the Toothbrush part Select a colour from the swatch In the Appearances Property Manager Improve Image Quality Go to Tools/Options on the standard toolbar Select Document Properties Select Image Quality and move the slider to the right. Select Ok. Leaving Certificate Technology 13

14 Flat-pattern It is added to the bottom of the feature manager design tree when we create a sheet metal part. As sheet metal features are added to the part it remains at the bottom. You will also notice that it is greyed out or suppressed. Unsuppress Flat-pattern Right click on the feature and choose Unsuppress from the pop-up toolbar Or Select Flatten from the sheet metal toolbar The sheet metal model flattens out into the surface development used to create it. The bend line is also displayed. Suppress Left click on Flat-Pattern1 and choose Suppress to return to the unflattened state Or Click on Flatten in the sheet metal toolbar Save Save the part file. Leaving Certificate Technology 14

15 Creating a drawings of the Drawings SolidWorks enables drawings to be created from parts or assemblies. These drawings are fully associative with the parts and assemblies they reference. If the model is changed the drawing will update and vice-versa. A drawing is created using a pre-prepared template. Drawing Templates These templates are used when creating presentation drawings. Parameters include sheet size, orientation etc.. The template may include a border, title block projection symbol, and text. When a presentation drawing is to be created using a part model, the template is the starting point. You should refer to the Creating Drawings CAD notes for further information on creating, saving and editing templates Creating Drawing Make Drawing from Part/Assembly takes the current part and steps through the creation of a drawing file and initial drawing views using this part. Where to find it? Select Make Drawing from Part/Assembly on the Standard Toolbar or choose File, Make Drawing from Part/Assembly. Getting Started With the part file open, Select Make Drawing from Part/Assembly. Select Drawing and then click Advanced Choosing a Drawing Choose the drawing template you wish Template to use from the list displayed DCGA4L Choose OK Leaving Certificate Technology 15

16 The DCG Templates will only be displayed here if they have been saved following the instructions outlined in the Creating Drawings CAD resource exercise Drawing Template This template creates an A4 landscape drawing. The sheet format includes a title block, projection symbol, T4 Logo and text. Note: For detailed instructions on editing the sheet format refer to Customising drawing templates in the appendix to Creating Drawings document View Palette The view palette is displayed in the task pane. If this is not shown, click on the icon on the task pane The file which we are creating the drawing from,, is displayed on top. Ensure Auto-start projected view is selected. This will project other views automatically from the parent view. The standard views are displayed in the view palette as well as any saved views from the part file. Because this is a sheet metal part, you will notice that a Flat pattern view of the model is also given. Leaving Certificate Technology 16

17 Select and drag the Front view from the view palette into the drawing area. Position in the top left hand corner, as shown. This view is known as the Parent View. The other orthographic views will be projected from this view. Projected Views Drag the cursor to the right to project an end view; left click to position the view. Repeat the procedure to project a plan view. Projecting an Isometric View A number of isometric views may be projected from this view also. To project an isometric view, drag the cursor to any of the 4 corners of the front view. A different isometric view of the model will be displayed in each position. Press Esc to quit projected view Positioning the View When the cursor is dragged to position the isometric view on the sheet the projected view changes. This may be overcome by holding down the ctrl key while dragging, thus allowing the current view to be positioned correctly. Drag the view to a position overhead the title block, left click to position. Choose OK in the PropertyManager. Leaving Certificate Technology 17

18 Insert Flat Pattern View Select and drag the Flat pattern view from the view palette into the drawing area Repositioning Views The orthographic views may be moved around the sheet but will maintain alignment. To reposition a view, move the cursor over the view. A red dotted line will surround the view. Position the cursor on the red dotted line, hold down the left mouse button and drag. Reposition the views on the sheet Display Style Individual views may be displayed in a number of ways; Wireframe Displays all edges. Hidden lines visible Displays all edges, hidden lines are visible Hidden lines removed Displays edges that are visible at the chosen angle; obscured lines are removed. Shaded with edges Displays items in shaded mode with hidden lines removed. Shaded Displays items in shaded mode. Edit display style Highlight the isometric view by left clicking on the view. All of the properties of that view appear in the PropertyManager. Leaving Certificate Technology 18

19 Choose Shaded with Edges from Display Style and accept The appearance that is on the part file now is visible on the drawing view Adding Centre Marks Centre Marks may need to be placed on circles or arcs in drawings. These may then be used as a reference for dimensioning. Centre Marks must be added to all the circles in the various views Choose Center Mark Toolbar. from the Annotation Deselect Use document defaults Input a Mark Size of 2mm Select the circles representing the two holes in the various views A centre mark will be added as shown Adding Dimensions While dimensions can be added to all the views, they will only be added to the flat pattern view in this case Select the flat pattern view (a green box appears around it) Select Model Items from the Annotation toolbar Choose the Entire model as the source from which to import the dimensions. Choose Marked for drawing dimensions from the model. Choose OK Leaving Certificate Technology 19

20 The position of the dimensions may need to be edited Editing Dimensions Deleting dimensions To delete a dimension highlight it and press delete on the keyboard. Move dimensions Hold down the left hand mouse button on the dimension and drag. Inference lines will appear to ease alignment of dimensions. Edit the dimensions by either moving or deleting them, to match the drawing. Leaving Certificate Technology 20

21 Manual Dimensioning All of the necessary dimensions may not be present on the model. When this occurs the dimension must be inserted manually using Smart Dimension. This type of dimension is called a driven dimension because its value is driven by the model. Driven dimensions are shown in a different colour. Smart Dimension Select Smart Dimension from the Annotation toolbar. Using the same technique as in dimensioning sketches, select the two edges defining the distance to be dimensioned. Drag and place the dimension. Ensure that the zoom features are used to make placement and alignment of dimensions easier. Detail View A Detail View may be created in a drawing to show a portion of a view, usually at an enlarged scale. This detail may be taken from an Orthographic View, an Isometric View, a Section View or another Detail View. The detail view is determined by the contents of a closed sketch. The default used is a circle Where to find it Select Detail View from the View Layout toolbar. or Choose Insert, Drawing View, Detail. Create a Detail View Click Detail View, the following prompt will appear. Move the cursor to the approximate position of the centre of the viewing circle. Click and drag the radius. Note The position and radius of the viewing circle may be altered afterwards. Leaving Certificate Technology 21

22 Positioning the View When the viewing circle has been defined the detail view will appear. Drag the view to position, click to drop it. Full Outline Selecting Full Outline will display the viewing circle in the detail view. Select OK. Edit the scale Select the detail view and apply a 2:1 scale Editing the centre position To edit the centre position, click on the circle. A blue dot with crosshairs appears at the centre. Hold and drag this to reposition the centre. Editing the radius Hold and drag the circumference to increase the radius. Using these two techniques, whilst displaying the detail view, will establish the detail view to show the required information. Leaving Certificate Technology 22

23 Editing the title block Right click on a clear area of the drawing sheet Select Edit Sheet Format the drawing views will disappear as the sheet background is being viewed Double click on Design and Communication Graphics While the text is highlighted, type in Leaving Certificate Technology. You can also edit the font type, size and colour while text is highlighted. Press Esc when you have edited the text. You can reposition the text box by left clicking on the text and dragging it into the required position When finished, right click on the drawing sheet and select Edit Sheet the drawing views reappear Leaving Certificate Technology 23

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