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1 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting Chapter 6 delineates the concepts of engineering drafting. You output orthographic views from solid parts and orthographic and presentation views from assemblies of components. This appendix complements Chapter 6 by delineating the new features in Autodesk Inventor 5: Broken View Delete Line Weight Text Style Full Dimension Formatting Alternate Dimensions Baseline Dimension Hole Table User-Defined Symbol Precise Placement Leader Behavior Copy and Paste Symbols Multicolumn Parts List Broken View In R5, the broken views can have multiple breaks and are in the context of the view itself, and you can dynamically adjust the view breaks. Now you will construct a cylindrical solid part and then an engineering drawing of the solid part. 1. Start a new part file. Use metric template. 2. Construct a circle of 10 mm diameter and extrude the circle a distance of 100 mm. (See Figure 6 1.) 3. Save and close your file. (File name: BrokenView.ipt) 113 Ron K C Cheng

2 114 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Figure 6 1 Sketch extruded 4. Start a new drawing file. 5. Select Create View from the Drawing Management panel or toolbar. 6. With reference to Figure 6 2, construct a drawing view of the component BrokenView.ipt that you constructed. 7. Select Projected View from the Drawing Management panel or toolbar. 8. Select the drawing view and select a point on the left side of the drawing view to indicate a location. 9. Right-click and select Create. (See Figure 6 3.)

3 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 115 Figure 6 2 Drawing view being constructed Figure 6 3 Projected view being constructed 10. Select Broken View from the Drawing Management panel or toolbar and select the projected view.

4 116 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release In the Broken View dialog box shown in Figure 6 2, select Structural Style and Horizontal Orientation. 12. Select two points to indicate the location of the break. Figure 6 4 Broken view being constructed A broken view is constructed. (See Figure 6 5.) Save you file. (File name: BrokenView.idw)

5 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 117 Figure 6 5 Broken view constructed Delete Line Weight In R5, you can include additional line weight in a drawing. You can delete the added line weight if it is not used in the drawing. Not perform the following steps to add a line weight and then delete it. 1. Select Format>Standards. 2. In the Drafting Standards dialog box, type 10 at the Line Weight box and press the Enter key to add a new line weight. (See Figure 6 6.) 3. To remove the added line weight, select the Delete Line Weight button. 4. Select the Cancel button.

6 118 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Figure 6 6 Drafting Standards dialog box Text Style In R5, you can define as many text styles as need during the construction of an engineering drawing. Now you will define text styles in an engineering drawing. 1. Select Format>Text Styles. 2. In the Text Styles dialog box, set text parameters and specify a text style name. 3. Select the Save and Close buttons. A new text style is constructed.

7 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 119 Figure 6 7 Text Styles dialog box Full Dimension Formatting In R5, you can manipulate the format of the dimensions. Now you will set the dimension style in an engineering drawing. 1. Select Format>Dimension Styles. 2. In the Dimension Styles dialog box, select the New button. A new dimension style is constructed. Figure 6 8 Dimension Styles dialog box Alternate Dimensions In R5, you can display dual unit values with different levels of precision in the dimensions of an engineering drawing. Now you will set alternate dimensions in a dimension style. 1. In the Dimension Styles dialog box, select the Alt Units tab.

8 120 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 2. In the Alt Units tab, check the Display Alternate Units box. (See Figure 6 9.) 3. Select the Save and Close button. Display of alternate units is set in the new dimension style. Figure 6 9 Alternate dimensions selected Baseline Dimension In R5, you can construct baseline dimensions. To learn how to construct baseline dimension, you will construct a solid part with a number of through holes and then an engineering of the component part. 1. Start a new part file. Use metric default. 2. With reference to Figure 6 10, construct a rectangle and extrude it to a solid. 3. Establish a sketch plane and construct a number of points. (See Figure 6 11.) 4. Construct a set of through holes. (See Figure 6 12.) 5. Save and close the file. (File name: Holes.ipt)

9 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 121 Figure 6 10 Solid part being constructed Figure 6 11 Points constructed

10 122 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Figure 6 12 Holes being constructed 6. Start a new drawing file. 7. With reference to Figure 6 13, construct a drawing view.

11 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 123 Figure 6 13 Drawing view constructed 8. Select Baseline Dimension from the Drawing Annotation panel or toolbar. 9. Referring to Figure 6 14, select two points on the screen to describe a selection box, selecting an edge and all the holes. 10. Right-click and select Continue. 11. Select a point to indicate the location of the dimensions. A set of baseline dimensions is constructed. (See Figure 6 15.)

12 124 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Figure 6 14 Edge and holes selected Figure 6 15 Baseline dimensions constructed

13 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 125 Hole Table In R5, you can construct a hole table to delineate the location of all the holes or selected holes in a drawing view. To construct a hole table for all the holes in a drawing view, perform the following steps. 1. Select Hole Table-View from the Drawing Annotation panel or toolbar. 2. Select the drawing view. 3. Select an end point of an edge in the drawing view (see Figure 6 16) to indicate the origin of the dimensions. 4. Select a point to indicate the location of the hole table. A hole table is constructed. (See Figure 6 17.) Figure 6 16 Origin point selected

14 126 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Figure 6 17 Hole table constructed User-Defined Symbol Precise Placement In R5, you can define insertion point and connection points while constructing a sketched symbol for insertion to an engineering drawing. An insertion point is an user-defined point on the sketch where the cursor is attached when the symbol is being inserted to the drawing. If there is no insertion point defined, the cursor will attach to the center of the symbol geometry. A connection point is a point that you use to snap the symbol to geometry of the drawing to position the symbol precisely. You can define as many connection points to a symbol but you can only have one insertion point. You can also use the insertion point as the connection point. Now you will define a symbol with insertion point and connection point. 1. Select Format > Define New Symbol. 2. Referring to Figure 6 18, construct a symbol. 3. Select the point indicated in Figure 6 19 and select Insert Point from the Style list of the Command Bar toolbar. 4. Select the point indicated in Figure 6 20 and select Connection Point from the Style list of the Command Bar toolbar. 5. Select Format > Save Sketched Symbol. 6. In the Sketched Symbol dialog box, specify a name Symbol. A sketched symbol with an insertion point and a connection point is constructed.

15 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 127 Figure 6 18 Symbol constructed Figure 6 19 Insert point selected

16 128 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Figure 6 20 Connection point selected Now you will insert this symbol to your drawing. 1. Select the symbol from the browser, right-click, and select Insert. (You may simply double-click the symbol.) 2. Select a location to place the symbol. (See Figure 6 21.) (Note that the symbol is attached to the cursor at the insertion point. 3. Right-click and select Done. The symbol is inserted. To learn how to use the connection point, perform the following steps: 1. Select the symbol at the connection point. 2. Hold down the left mouse button and drag the symbol to a new location indicated in Figure 6 22, and release the mouse button. The symbol is precisely located in the drawing.

17 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 129 Figure 6 21 Symbol being inserted Figure 6 22 Symobl precisely relocated

18 130 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Leader Behavior In R5, you can place a leaderless symbol on an edge by double-clicking. By dragging off the symbol, you construct an extension line. By dragging the symbol away from the associated edge, you construct a leader. To remove the leader, you drag the symbol back to the edge. Now you will perform the following steps to insert a symbol. 1. Select Surface Texture Symbol button from the Drawing Annotation toolbar. 2. Select a location near the edge of the drawing view indicated in Figure Select a point indicated in Figure 6 24, right-click, and select Continue. 4. In the Surface Texture dialog box, select the OK button. 5. Right-click and select Done. A symbol is inserted and a leader line is placed. Now you will reposition the symbol. 1. Select the symbol and drag it to the edge of the drawing view. The leader line is removed automatically. (See Figure 6 25.) Figure 6 23 Symbol being placed

19 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 131 Figure 6 24 Leader line placed when symbol is relocated Figure 6 25 Leader removed

20 132 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Copy and Paste Symbols In R5, you can copy and paste feature control frames, surface texture symbols, datum ids, datum targets, weld notes, and user-defined leadered and leaderless symbols. This way, you can save a lot of time for inserting a number of identical symbols in a drawing. Now perform the following steps to copy and paste a symbol. 1. Select the symbol indicated in Figure 6 26, right-click, and select Copy. 2. Right-click and select Paste. (See Figure 6 27.) 3. Select a location to paste the copied symbol. (See Figure 6 28.) 4. Right-click and select Done. Save and close your file. Figure 6 26 Symbol being copied

21 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 133 Figure 6 27 Right-click and select Paste Figure 6 28 Symbol being pasted

22 134 Updating Using Autodesk Inventor to Release 5 Multicolumn Parts List In R5, you can divide a parts list of very large assemblies into multiple columns and you can control where the next column begins in the parts list. Figure 6 29 shows the engineering drawing of an infant scooter which has a large number of component parts. To split the parts list, perform the following steps: 1. Select the parts list, right-click, and select Edit Parts List. (See Figure 6 30.) 2. In the Edit Parts List dialog box, select a sub-assembly item, right-click, and select Column Split. 3. Select the OK button. The parts list is split into two. (See Figure 6 31.) Figure 6 29 Engineering drawing of an assembly having large number of component parts

23 Appendix R5 6 Engineering Drafting 135 Figure 6 30 Parts list being edited Figure 6 31 Parts list split

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