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1 SolidWorks SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware SolidWorks Corporation Outside the U.S.: Baker Avenue Fax: Concord, Massachusetts USA Phone Web:

3 Contents Introduction vii Lesson 1: Using the Interface 1 Lesson 2: Basic Functionality 17 Lesson 3: The 40-Minute Running Start 45 Lesson 4: Assembly Basics 63 Lesson 5: Toolbox Basics 93 Lesson 6: Drawing Basics 115 Lesson 7: edrawing Basics 143 Lesson 8: Design Tables 165 Lesson 9: Revolve and Sweep Features 187 Lesson 10: Loft Features 211 Lesson 11: Visualization 229 Glossary 251 SolidWorks Teacher Guide iii

4 3 Goals of This Lesson Students will be able to create and modify the following part: Before Beginning This Lesson Complete the previous lesson Basic Functionality. Resources for This Lesson This lesson plan corresponds to Lesson 1 Parts in the SolidWorks Online Tutorials. For more information about the Online Tutorials, See Online Tutorials on page v. SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware 47

5 Review of Lesson 2: Basic Functionality Questions for Discussion 1 A SolidWorks 3D model consists of three documents. Name the three documents. Part, Assembly and Drawing. 2 Parts are built from features. What are features? Features are the shapes (bosses, cuts and holes) and the operations (fillets, chamfers and shells) that you use to build a part. 3 Name the features that are used to create the box in Lesson 1. Extruded Boss, Fillet, Shell, and Extruded Cut. 4 What is the base feature of the box? The base feature is the first feature of the box. The base feature is the foundation of the part. The base feature geometry for the box is an extrusion. The extrusion is named Extrude1. The base feature represents the general shape of the box. 1. Base Feature 2. Fillet Feature Use a cardboard box to illustrate the Base feature. 5 Why did you use the Fillet feature? The fillet feature rounds the 3. Shell Feature 4. Cut Feature sharp edges and faces. The result of using the fillet feature created the rounded edges of the box. 6 Why did you use the Shell feature? The shell feature removes material. The result of using the shell feature created a hollow block from a solid block. 7 How do you create the Base feature? To create a solid Base feature: Sketch a rectangular profile on a flat 2D plane. Extrude the profile perpendicular to the sketch plane. 8 What would have happened if the Shell feature was created before the Fillet feature? The inside corners of the box would be sharp instead of rounded. 48 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

6 Outline of Lesson 3 In Class Discussion Base Features Active Learning Exercise Create a Part Exercises and Projects Modifying a Part Converting Dimensions Calculating the Modification Modifying the Part Calculating Material Volume Calculating the Volume of the Base feature Exercises and Projects Creating a CD Jewel Case and Storage Box Measuring the CD Jewel Case Rough Sketch of the Jewel Case Calculate the Overall Case Capacity Calculate the Outside Measurements of the CD Storage Box Creating the CD Jewel Case and Storage Box More to Explore Modeling More Parts Lesson Summary SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware 49

7 In Class Discussion Base Features Answer Chalk: Select a simple object in the classroom, a piece of chalk or board eraser. Ask the students to describe the Base feature of these objects. How would you create the additional features for these objects? Sketch a circular 2D profile. Extrude the 2D profile. The extruded 2D profile creates the Base feature. The Base feature is named Extrude1. Select the circular edge on the Base feature. Create a Fillet feature. The Fillet feature removes sharp edges. Note: You would probably not want to use the Fillet feature for a new piece of chalk. Board Eraser: Sketch a rectangular 2D profile. Extrude the 2D sketch. This creates the Base feature. Select the 4 corners on the Base feature. Create a Fillet feature to remove the sharp edges. 50 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

8 Active Learning Exercise Create a Part Follow the instructions in Lesson 1 Parts of the SolidWorks Online Tutorial. In this lesson you will create the part shown at the right. The part name is Tutor1.sldprt. 5 Minute Assessment Answer Key 1 What features did you use to create Tutor1? Extruded Boss, Fillet, Shell and Extruded Cut. 2 What does the Fillet feature do? The Fillet feature rounds sharp edges and faces 3 What does the Shell feature do? The Shell feature removes material from the selected face. 4 Name three view commands in SolidWorks. Zoom to Fit, Rotate View, and Pan. 5 Where are the display buttons located? The display buttons are located on the View toolbar. 6 Name the three SolidWorks default planes. Front, Top, and Right. 7 The SolidWorks default planes correspond to what principle drawing views? Front = Front or Back view Top = Top or Bottom view Right = Right or Left view 8 True or False. In a fully defined sketch, geometry is displayed in black. True. 9 True or False. It is possible to make a feature using an over defined sketch. False. 10 Name the primary drawing views used to display a model. Top, Front, Right and Isometric views. SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware 51

9 Exercises and Projects Modifying the Part Task 1 Converting Dimensions The design for Tutor1 was created in Europe. Tutor1 will be manufactured in the US. Convert the overall dimensions of Tutor1 from millimeters to inches. Note: Units are in Millimeters Given: Conversion: 25.4 mm = 1 inch Base width = 120 mm Base height = 120 mm Base depth = 50 mm Boss depth = 25 mm Overall depth = Base depth + Boss depth Overall depth = = 2.95 Overall dimensions = Base width x Base height x Depth Overall dimensions = 4.72 x 4.72 x 2.95 In Class Demonstration: SolidWorks supports both metric and English units. Demonstrate the software conversion from metric to English units. 1 Click Tools, Options. 2 Click the Document Properties tab. 3 Click Units. 4 Click Inches from the Linear units list. Click OK. 5 Double-click the Tutor1 features to display the dimensions. Base width = 4.72 Base height = 4.72 Base depth = 1.97 Boss depth = 0.98 Note: Units are in Inches 52 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

10 Task 2 Calculating the Modification Given: The current overall depth of Tutor1 is 75 mm. Your customer requires a design change. The new required overall depth is 100 mm. The Base depth must remain fixed at 50 mm. Calculate the new Boss depth. New overall depth = 100 mm Base depth = 50 mm Overall depth = Base depth + Boss depth Boss depth = Overall depth - Base depth Boss depth = 100mm - 50 mm Boss depth = 50 mm Task 3 Modifying the Part Using SolidWorks, modify Tutor1 to meet the customer s requirements. Change the depth of the Boss feature such that the overall depth of the part equals 100 mm. Save the modified part under a different name. 1 Double-click on the Extrude2 feature. 2 Double-click on the 25 mm depth dimension. 3 In the Modify dialog, enter the value 50mm. 4 Press Enter. SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware 53

11 5 Click Rebuild. 6 Click File, Save As to create block100. When you use File, Save As, you save a copy of the document with a new name or path. You can create a new folder in the Save As dialog box if needed. After you use File, Save As, you are working in the new document. The original document is closed without saving. If you click the Save as copy check box you will save a copy of the document, with a new name, without replacing the active document. You continue to work in the original document. Task 4 Calculating Material Volume Material volume is an important calculation for designing and manufacturing parts. Calculate the volume of the Base feature in mm 3 for Tutor1. Volume = Width x Height x Depth Volume = 120mm x 120mm x 50mm = 720,000 mm 3 Task 5 Calculating the Volume of the Base feature Given: Calculate the volume of the Base feature in cm 3. 1cm = 10mm Volume = Width x Height x Depth Volume = 12cm x 12cm x 5cm = 720cm 3 54 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

12 Exercises and Projects Creating a CD Jewel Case and Storage Box You are part of a design team. The project manager has provided the following design criteria for a CD storage box: The CD storage box is constructed of a polymer (plastic) material. The storage box must hold 25 CD jewel cases. The title of the CD must be visible when the jewel case is positioned in the storage box. The wall thickness of the storage box is 1cm. On each side of the storage box, there must be 1cm clearance between the jewel case and the inside of the box. There must be 2cm clearance between the top of the CD cases and the inside of the storage box. There must be 2cm clearance between the jewel cases and the front of the storage box. Task 1 Measuring the CD Jewel Case Measure the width, height, and depth of one CD jewel case. What are the measurements in centimeters? Approximately 14.2cm x 12.4cm x 1cm Task 2 Rough Sketch of the Jewel Case Using paper and pencil, manually sketch the CD jewel case. Label the dimensions. SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware 55

13 Task 3 Calculate the Overall Case Capacity Given: Calculate the overall size of 25 stacked CD jewel cases. Record the overall width, height and depth. CD jewel case width = 1cm CD jewel case height = 12.4cm CD jewel case depth = 14.2cm Overall width of 25 CD jewel cases = 25 x 1cm = 25cm Overall size for 25 CD jewel cases = Overall width x CD case height x CD case depth Overall size for 25 CD jewel cases = 25cm x 12.4cm x 14.2cm Task 4 Calculate the Outside Measurements of the CD Storage Box Calculate the overall outside measurements of the CD storage box. The box requires a clearance to insert and position the CD jewel cases. Add a 2cm clearance to the overall width (1cm on each side) and 2cm to the height. The wall thickness is equal to 1cm. Clearance = 2cm Wall thickness = 1cm Wall thickness is applied to both sides of the width and height dimensions. Wall thickness is applied to one side of the depth dimension. CD storage box width = Overall width of 25 CD jewel cases + Clearance + Wall thickness + Wall thickness CD storage box width = 25cm + 2cm + 1cm + 1cm = 29cm CD storage box height = CD case height + Clearance + Wall thickness + Wall thickness CD storage box height = 12.4cm + 2cm + 1cm + 1cm = 16.4cm CD storage box depth = CD case depth + Clearance + Wall thickness CD storage box depth = 14.2cm + 2cm + 1cm = 17.2cm Overall size CD storage box = Storage box width x Storage box height x Storage box depth Overall size CD storage box = 29cm x 16.4cm x 17.2cm 56 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

14 Task 5 Creating the CD Jewel Case and Storage Box Create two parts using SolidWorks. Model a CD jewel case. You should use the dimensions you obtained in Task 1. Name the part CD case. Note: A real CD jewel case is an assembly of several parts. For this exercise, you will make a simplified representation of a jewel case. It will be a single part that represents the overall outside dimensions of the jewel case. Design a storage box to hold 25 CD jewel cases. Save both parts. You will use them to make an assembly at the end of the next lesson. More to Explore Modeling More Parts Description Look at the following examples. There are at least three features in each example. Identify the 2D Sketch tools used to create the shapes. You should: Consider how the part should be broken down into individual features. Focus on creating sketches that represent the desired shape. You do not need to use dimensions. Concentrate on the shape. Also, experiment and create your own designs. Note: Each new sketch should overlap an existing feature. Task 1 house.sldprt The features used to create the house are: Base feature - Sketch a rectangle to create the 1st floor. Extrude cut - Sketch a rectangle to create the windows. Extruded boss - Sketch a triangle to create the roof. Overlap sketched geometry Boss Base feature Boss Cut Extruded boss - Sketch a rectangle to create the chimney. Extruded boss - Sketch a rectangle to create the front door. Boss SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware 57

15 Task 2 Task 3 The features used to create the door are: Base feature - Sketch a rectangle to create the door. Extruded cut - Sketch a circle to create the door hole. Extruded cut - Sketch a rectangle to create the panel. Chamfer - Select the middle face. Click Extruded cut Chamfer Chamfer on the Features toolbar. Enter a value for Distance. Click OK. The Chamfer feature is a new feature. The chamfer feature removes material along an edge. It works very similarly to a fillet except the result is a beveled edge rather than a rounded edge. door.sldprt Extruded cut First, create the Base feature truck.sldprt The features used to create the truck are: Base feature - Sketch a rectangle to create the body. Extruded boss - Sketch two circles to create the wheel. Extruded boss - Sketch the rectangle to create the cab. Extruded cut - Sketch the rectangle to create the window. Shell - Select the back top face to create the truck bed. Fillet - Select the top face and the front face to round the cab roof and truck front. 58 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

16 REPRODUCIBLE Lesson 3 Quiz Name: Class: Date: Directions: Answer each question by writing the correct answer or answers in the space provided. 1 How do you begin a new part document? 2 How do you open a sketch? 3 What is the Base feature? 4 What color is the geometry of a fully defined sketch? 5 How can you change a dimension value? 6 What is the difference between an extruded boss feature and an extruded cut feature? 7 What is a fillet feature? 8 What is a shell feature? 9 Name four types of geometric relations you can add to a sketch? 10 What is a section view? 11 How do you create multiple views of a part? 60 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

17 Lesson Summary Base Feature is the first feature that is created the foundation of the part. The Base Feature is the workpiece to which everything else is attached. You can create an Extruded Base Feature by selecting a sketch plane and extruding the sketch perpendicular to sketch plane. Shell Feature creates a hollow block from a solid block. The views most commonly used to describe a part are: Top View Front View Right View Isometric View SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware 61

18 Thumbnail Images of PowerPoint Slides The following thumbnail images, arranged left to right, show the PowerPoint slides provided with this lesson. Features and Commands Base Feature The first feature that is created. The foundation of the part. The base feature geometry for the box is an extrusion. The extrusion is named Extrude1. SolidWorks Teacher Guide Lesson3 School s Name Teacher s Name Date Tip: Keep the base feature simple. To Create an Extruded Base Feature: Features Used to Build Tutor1 1. Select a sketch plane. 1.Base Extrude 2.Boss Extrude 3.Cut Extrude 2. Sketch a 2D profile. Select the sketch plane Sketch the 2D profile 3. Extrude the sketch perpendicular to sketch plane. 4.Fillets 5.Shell Extrude the sketch Resulting base feature Extruded Boss Feature Adds material to the part. Requires a sketch. Extruded Cut Feature Removes material from the part. Requires a sketch. Fillet Feature Shell Feature Removes material from the selected face. Creates a hollow block from a solid block. Very useful for thin-walled, plastic parts. You are required to specify a wall thickness when using the shell feature. Rounds the edges or faces of a part to a specified radius. 62 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

19 View Control Magnify or reduce the view of a model in the graphics area. Display Modes Illustrate the part in various display modes. Zoom to Fit displays the part so that it fills the current window. Zoom to Area zooms in on a portion of the view that you select by dragging a bounding box. Zoom In/Out drag the pointer upward to zoom in. Drag the pointer downward to zoom out. Zoom to Selection the view zooms so that the selected object fills the window. Wireframe Hidden lines Visible Hidden Lines Removed Shaded With Edges Shaded Standard Views View Orientation Isometric View Changes the view display to correspond to one of the standard view orientations. Top View Back View Left View Front View Right View Front Right Bottom Isometric Top Left Back Normal To (selected plane or planar face) Bottom View View Orientation The views most commonly used to describe a part are: Top View Front View Right View Isometric View SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware 63

20 Default Planes Default Planes Front, Top, and Right Correspond to the standard principle drawing views: Front = Front or Back view Top = Top or Bottom view Right = Right or Left view Isometric View Displays the part with height, width, and depth equally foreshortened. Pictorial rather than orthographic. Shows all three dimensions height, width, and depth. Easier to visualize than orthographic views. Section View Displays the internal structure of a model. Requires a section cutting plane. Mouse over Section Plane The Status of a Sketch Under defined Additional dimensions or relations are required. Under defined sketch entities are blue (by default). Fully defined No additional dimensions or relationships are required. Fully defined sketch entities are black (by default). Over defined Contains conflicting dimensions or relations, or both. Over defined sketch entities are red (by default). Geometric Relations Geometric Relations Geometric relations are the rules that control the behavior of sketch geometry. Geometric relations help capture design intent. Example: The sketched circle is concentric with the circular edge of the extruded boss feature. In a concentric relation, selected entities have the same center point. The SolidWorks default name for circular geometry is an Arc#. SolidWorks treats circles as 360 arcs. 64 SolidWorks Teacher Guide and Student Courseware

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