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1 4 Fundamentals III PROJECT EXERCISE This project exercise provides point-by-point instructions for setting up the drawing with layers and then creating the objects shown in Figure P4 1. project EXERCISE Figure P4 1 Completed project drawing In this project you will learn how to do the following: Set up the drawing, including Units, Limits and Layers Use the LINE, RECTANGLE, POLYGON, and CIRCLE commands to create objects Use the Osnap modes of int, tan, ttr, and per Use the TRIM, OFFSET, BREAK, MIRROR, and ERASE commands to modify objects 4 1

3 Chapter 4 Fundamentals III 4 3 Specify next point or (ENTER) Specify next point or [Undo]: (ENTER) Command: (ENTER) Specify fi rst point: 7,8 (ENTER) Specify next point or (ENTER) Specify next point or [Undo]: (ENTER) Command: (ENTER) Specify fi rst point: 7,8 (ENTER) Specify next point or (ENTER) Specify next point or [Undo]: (ENTER) Figure P4 2 Border for a mechanical drawing Figure P4 3 Placement of centerlines

4 4 4 Step 7: Use the OFFSET command to construct the additional centerlines necessary for completion of the project. Invoke the OFFSET command from the Modify toolbar, and construct centerlines 2A, 3A, 3B, and 4A, as shown in Figure P4 4. Figure P4 4 Placement of additional centerlines Command: offset (ENTER) Specify offset distance or [Through] <1.0000>: 4 Select object to offset or <exit>: (select LINE 2) Specify point on side to offset: (specify to the right of LINE 2 to construct LINE 2A, as shown in Figure P4 4) Select object to offset or <exit>: (ENTER) Command: (ENTER) OFFSET Specify offset distance or [Through] <4.0000>: 3 (ENTER) Select object to offset or <exit>: (select LINE 3) Specify point on side to offset: (specify a point to the right of line 3 to construct LINE 3A, as shown in Figure P4 4) Select object to offset or <exit>: (ENTER) Command: (ENTER) OFFSET Specify offset distance or [Through] <3.0000>: 2 (ENTER) Select object to offset or <exit>: (select line 3A) Specify point on side to offset: (specify a point to the right of line 3A to construct LINE 3B, as shown in Figure P4 4) Select object to offset or <exit>: (select LINE 4) Specify point on side to offset: (specify a point below LINE 4 to construct line 4A, as shown in Figure P4 4) Select object to offset or <exit>: (ENTER)

5 Chapter 4 Fundamentals III 4 5 Step 8: Erase lines 3 and 4, as shown in Figure P4 4, by invoking the ERASE command from the Modify toolbar. Command: erase (ENTER) Select objects: (select lines 3 and 4) Your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 5. Figure P4 5 Drawing after lines 3 and 4 have been erased Step 9: The intersection of the centerlines you laid out in the previous steps will provide the center points for the circles. Set the OBJECT layer as the current layer. Invoke the CIRCLE command from the Draw toolbar and draw the three circles shown in Figure P4 6. Command: circle (ENTER) CIRCLE Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/Ttr (tan tan radius)]: 7,8 (ENTER) Specify radius of circle or [Diameter]: 2 (ENTER) Command: (ENTER) CIRCLE Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/Ttr (tan tan radius)]: 11,8 (ENTER) Specify radius of circle or [Diameter] <2.0000>: 1 (ENTER) Command: (ENTER) CIRCLE Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/Ttr (tan tan radius)]: (use the Object snap tool intersection" to snap to the intersection of lines 3B and 4A to identify the center of circle 3) Specify radius of circle or [Diameter] <1.0000>: (ENTER)

6 4 6 Figure P4 6 Placement of circles Step 10: Invoke the LINE command from the Draw toolbar, and draw LINE 5 tangent to two circles (use the Osnap tool tangent"), as shown in Figure P4 7. Command: line (ENTER) Specify fi rst point: (invoke the tan object snap and select the upper part of CIRCLE 1) Specify next point or [Undo]: (invoke the tan object snap and select the upper part of CIRCLE 2) Specify next point or [Undo]: (press ENTER to terminate the command sequence) Figure P4 7 Lines 5 and 6 drawn tangent to two circles

7 Chapter 4 Fundamentals III 4 7 Step 11: Invoke the MIRROR command to create line 6 from line 5 as shown in Figure P4 7. Command: mirror (ENTER) Select objects: (select LINE 5) Select objects: (press ENTER to terminate the selection of objects) Specify fi rst point of mirror line: 7,8 (ENTER) Specify second point of mirror line: 11,8 (ENTER) Delete source objects? [Yes/No] <N>: (ENTER) Step 12: Invoke the LINE command and draw LINE 7 using the Object snap modes of intersection and perpendicular as shown in Figure P4 8. Command: line (ENTER) Specify fi rst point: (invoke the intersection object snap, and select the intersection of LINE 3B and CIRCLE 3 as indicated in Figure P4 8) Specify next point or [Undo]: (invoke the perpendicular object snap, and select LINE 3A as indicated in Figure P4 8) Specify next point or [Undo]: (press (ENTER) to terminate the command sequence) Your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 8. Figure P4 8 Drawing after drawing LINE 7 Step 13: Draw two circles, CIRCLE 4 and CIRCLE 5, as shown in Figure P4 9, by invoking the CIRCLE command's Tan Tan Radius option.

8 4 8 Figure P4 9 Placement of circle 4 and circle 5 tangent to two objects Command: circle (ENTER) Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/Ttr (tan tan radius)]: t (ENTER) Specify point on object for fi rst tangent of circle: (select CIRCLE 1 at point A, as shown in Figure P4 9) Specify point on object for second tangent of circle: (select CIRCLE 3 at point B, as shown in Figure P4 9) Specify radius of circle: 6 (ENTER) Invoke the CIRCLE command again: Command: circle (ENTER) Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/Ttr (tan tan radius)]: t (ENTER) Specify point on object for fi rst tangent of circle: (select the line at point C, as shown in Figure P4 9) Specify point on object for second tangent of circle: (select the line at point D, as shown in Figure P4 9) Specify radius of circle <6.0000>: 1.25 (ENTER) Your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 9. Step 14: Invoke the TRIM command from the Modify toolbar to modify the two circles previously drawn in Step 13. Command: trim (ENTER) Current settings: Projection = UCS Edge = None Select cutting edges... Select objects: (select CIRCLE 1, CIRCLE 3, LINE 6, and LINE 7, as in Figure P4 10, as the cutting edges, and press ENTER)

9 Chapter 4 Fundamentals III 4 9 Select object to trim or shift-select to extend or [Project/Edge/Undo]: (select CIRCLE 5 at point A, as shown in Figure P4 10) Select object to trim or shift-select to extend or [Project/Edge/Undo]: (select CIRCLE 4 at point B, as shown in Figure P4 10) Select object to trim or shift-select to extend or [Project/Edge/Undo]: (press ENTER to complete the command sequence) Figure P4 10 Drawing indicating the objects as the cutting edges Your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 11. Figure P4 11 Circles modifi ed with the TRIM command

10 4 10 Step 15: Use the TRIM command to modify the circles and lines to achieve the layout shown in Figure P4 12. Invoke the TRIM command and select lines 5, 6, 7, and arc 1 as cutting edges, as shown in Figure P4 13. Select circles 1, 2, and 3, as shown in Figure P4 13, as objects to trim. Figure P4 12 Drawing as it will look after modifying the circles and lines Figure P4 13 Drawing showing the selection of the objects as cutting and trim edges

11 Chapter 4 Fundamentals III 4 11 Step 16: Continue to use the TRIM command to modify the fi gure to achieve the layout shown in Figure P4 14. Invoke the TRIM command again and select arcs 1 and 2 as cutting edges, as shown in Figure P4 15. Select lines 6, 7, and arc 3 to trim, as shown in Figure P4 15. Your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 14. Figure P4 14 Drawing as it will look after modifying the arcs and lines Figure P4 15 Drawing showing the selection of the objects as cutting and trim edges

12 4 12 Step 17: Draw the circles necessary to complete the design. Invoke the CIRCLE command and draw circles with points 1, 2, and 3 as center points and with a radius of 0.5. Draw another circle with center point at point 4 and with a radius of 1.5, as shown in Figure P4 16. Figure P4 16 Drawing showing the center points to draw the circles Note: Make sure to use the object snap tool intersection when selecting the center points. After drawing the circles, your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 17. Figure P4 17 Design with the addition of circles

13 Chapter 4 Fundamentals III 4 13 Step 18: Draw lines 8 and 9, needed to form the slot, by invoking the LINE command, as shown in Figure P4 18. Figure P4 18 Addition of lines drawn to form the slot Note: Use the object snap tool intersection to snap to the intersection of the centerlines and the circle, as shown in Figure P4 18. Step 19: Invoke the TRIM command and select lines 8 and 9 as cutting edges. Next, select the small circles as objects to trim at points 5 and 6, as shown in Figure P4 19. Figure P4 19 Trim edges and circles to trim

14 4 14 Your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 20. Figure P4 20 Drawing after the circles have been trimmed Step 20: Invoke the POLYGON command from the Draw toolbar to draw the polygon shown in Figure P4 21. Figure P4 21 Design with a six-sided polygon

15 Chapter 4 Fundamentals III 4 15 Command: polygon (ENTER) Enter number of sides <4>: 6 (ENTER) Specify center of polygon or [Edge]: (select center point as in Figure P4 21) Enter an option [Inscribed in circle/circumscribed about circle] <I>: c (ENTER) Specify radius of (ENTER) Your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 21. Step 21: Invoke the BREAK command from the Modify toolbar and select points 7 and 8, as shown in Figure P4 22, to break the centerline. Figure P4 22 Showing the points where the BREAK command will remove part of the centerline

16 4 16 Your drawing will appear as shown in Figure P4 23 after removing the specifi ed portion of the centerline. Figure P4 23 Drawing with the specifi ed portion of the centerline removed Step 22: Save the drawing as PROJ4.DWG. Congratulations! You have just successfully applied several AutoCAD concepts in creating a rather complex mechanical drawing.

17 7 Dimensioning PROJECT EXERCISE This project exercise provides point-by-point instructions for dimensioning the objects in the drawing shown in Figure P7 1. project EXERCISE Figure P7 1 Completed project drawing In this project you will use Dimension commands such as DIMLINEAR, DIMSTYLE, DIMALIGNED, DIMCONTINUE, DIMANGULAR, DIMRADIUS, and DIMDIAMETER to dimension objects. 7 1

18 7 2 Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Start the AutoCAD program. Invoke the OPEN command from the Standard toolbar and select the drawing completed in the Chapter 4 Project Exercise. Invoke the LAYER command from the Layers toolbar, or select Layer... from the Format menu. AutoCAD displays the Layer Properties Manager dialog box. Create one new layer, and rename it as shown in the following table, assigning an appropriate color and linetype. Layer Name Color Linetype Dimension Blue Continuous Set dimension as the current layer, and close the Layer Properties Manager dialog box. Step 4: Step 5: Step 6: Step 7: Select Style from the Dimension menu, AutoCAD displays the Dimension Style Manager dialog box. Choose the Modify button to open the Modify Dimension Style dialog box. Then choose the Lines and Arrows tab. In the Dimension Line section enter 0.50 in the Baseline spacing text box. In the Arrowheads section enter in the Arrow Size: text box, and in the Extension Line section enter in the Extend beyond dim lines: text box. Choose the Primary Units tab in the Modify Dimension Style dialog box. From the Precision: list box (in Linear and Angular),, select 0.00 for two decimal place precision. Choose the Text tab in the Modify Dimension Style dialog box. In the Text Appearance section enter in the Text Height: text box. Choose OK to close the Modify Dimension Style dialog box. Choose Close to close the Dimension Style Manager dialog box. From the Object Snap toolbar choose the Object Snap Settings button. The Drafting Settings dialog box will appear. In the Object Snap section set Center object snap mode to ON and the remaining object snap modes to OFF. Also make sure OSNAP toggle button is set to ON in the status bar. Invoke the DIMLINEAR command from the Dimension toolbar. Draw the linear dimension, as shown in Figure P7 2. Invoke the ALIGNED DIMENSION command from the Dimension toolbar (see Figure P7 3) to add the aligned dimensions to the drawing.

19 Chapter 7 Dimensioning 7 3 Figure P7 2 Completed linear dimension Figure P7 3 Invoking the DIMALIGNED command from the Dimension toolbar Command: dimaligned (ENTER) Specify fi rst extension line origin or <select object>: (select the arc at PT. 1, as shown in Figure P7 4) Specify second extension line origin: (select the arc at PT. 2, as shown in Figure P7 4) Specify dimension line location or [Mtext/Text/Angle]: (select PT. 3 to locate the dimension, as shown in Figure P7 4) AutoCAD draws the dimension as shown in Figure P7 5.

20 7 4 Figure P7 4 Specifying points for the aligned dimension Figure P7 5 Completed aligned dimension

21 Chapter 7 Dimensioning 7 5 Invoke the DIMCONTINUE command from the Dimension toolbar. Command: dimcontinue (ENTER) Specify a second extension line origin or [Undo<Select>]: (select the large circle to continue the dimension, as shown in Figure P7 6 and press ENTER to complete the selection). Figure P7 6 Aligned dimension Step 8: Draw centerlines to assist in completing the dimensioning exercise. Set Centerline as the current layer. Invoke the LINE command from the Draw toolbar, and draw lines 1 and 2 as shown in Figure P7 7. Command: line (ENTER) Specify fi rst point: 7,8 (start point for line 1) Specify next point or Specify next point or [Undo]: (ENTER) Command: (ENTER) Specify fi rst point: 7,8 (start point for line 2) Specify next point or [Undo]: (use the object snap tool intersection to draw the line to the intersection of the polygon, as shown in Figure P7 7) Specify next point or [Undo]: (enter)

22 7 6 Figure P7 7 Lines 1 and 2 Step 9: Set Dimension as the current layer. Invoke the DIMALIGNED command from the Dimension toolbar to draw the remaining aligned dimensions for the drawing. Command: dimaligned (ENTER) Specify fi rst extension line origin or <select object>: (select the arc at PT. 1, as shown in Figure P7 8) Specify second extension line origin: (use the object snap tool perpendicular to specify PT. 2, as shown in Figure P7 8) Specify dimension line location or [Mtext/Text/Angle]: (specify PT. 3 to locate the dimension, as shown in Figure P7 8) AutoCAD draws the dimension as shown in Figure P7 9. Command: dimaligned (ENTER) Specify fi rst extension line origin or <select object>: (use the object snap tool intersection to locate PT. 1, as shown in Figure P7 10) Specify second extension line origin: (use the object snap tool perpendicular to specify PT. 2, as shown in Figure P7 10) Specify dimension line location or [Mtext/Text/Angle]: (specify PT. 3 to locate the dimension, as shown in Figure P7 10) AutoCAD draws the dimension as shown in Figure P7 11.

23 Chapter 7 Dimensioning 7 7 Figure P7 8 Drawing the aligned dimension Figure P7 9 Completed dimension

24 7 8 Figure P7 10 Drawing the aligned dimension Figure P7 11 Completed dimension Step 10: Set the OSNAP toggle button to OFF in the status bar. Step 11: Invoke the DIMANGULAR command from the Dimension toolbar to draw the angular dimensions. Command: dimangular (ENTER) Select arc, circle, line, or <specify vertex>: (select line 1 as shown in Figure P7 12) Select second line: (select line 2 as shown in Figure P7 12)

25 Chapter 7 Dimensioning 7 9 Specify dimension arc line location or [Mtext/Text/Angle]: (locate the dimension as at PT. 1, as shown in Figure P7 12) Command: dimangular (ENTER) Select arc, circle, line or <specify vertex>: (select line 4 as shown in Figure P7 12) Select second line: (select line 5 as shown in Figure P7 12) Specify dimension arc line location or [Mtext/Text/Angle]: (locate the dimension as at PT. 2, as shown in Figure P7 12) AutoCAD draws the dimensions as shown in Figure P7 13. Figure P7 12 Selecting points for angular dimensions Figure P7 13 Completed angular dimensions

26 7 10 Step 12: Invoke the DIMRADIUS and DIMDIAMETER commands to draw the radius and diameter dimensions as shown in Figure P7 14. Note: Before using DIMRADIUS and DIMDIAMETER, open the Dimension Style Manager dialog box from the Dimension menu. Choose the Modify button, then select the Fit sub-dialog box and choose Place text manually when dimensioning in the Fine Tuning section of the dialog box. Figure P7 14 Completed dimensions Step 13: Save and close the drawing.

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