# Introduction to AutoCAD 2011- P14

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## Introduction to AutoCAD 2011- P14

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Introduction to AutoCAD 2011- P14: The purpose of writing this book is to produce a text suitable for students in Further and/or Higher Education who are required to learn how to use the computer-aided design (CAD) software package AutoCAD 2011. Students taking examinations based on CAD will find the contents of the book of great assistance.

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1. 396 Introduction to AutoCAD 2011 Fig. 19.15 Polygonal viewports – plot preview after vports layer is off chapter 19 Fig. 19.16 The Navigation Wheel
2. Other features of 3D modeling 397 the mesh tools Fig. 19.17 shows a series of illustrations showing the actions of the Mesh tools and the three 3D tools – 3dmove, 3dscale and 3drotate. The illustrations show: chapter 19 Fig. 19.17 Mesh: 3dmove, 3dscale and 3drotate tools 1. A box constructed using the Box tool. 2. The box acted upon by the Smooth Object tool from the Home/Mesh panel. 3. The box acted upon by the Smooth Mesh tool. 4. The box acted upon by the Mesh Refine tool. 5. The Smooth refined box acted upon by the 3dmove tool. 6. The Smooth Refined box acted upon by the 3dscale tool. 7. The Smooth Refined box acted upon by the 3drotate tool.
3. 398 Introduction to AutoCAD 2010 2011 Exercises chapter 1 Methods of constructing answers to the following exercises can be found in the free website: http://books.elsevier.com/companions/978-0-08-096575-8. 1. Working to the shapes and sizes given in Fig. 19.18, construct an assembled 3D model drawing of the spindle in its two holders, add lighting and apply suitable materials and render (Fig. 19.19). 1.60˝ 3.55˝ 0..80˝ Ø3.95˝ Ø3.15˝ Ø3.95˝ Ø3.15˝ 7.00˝ R2.35˝ R2.00 ˝ 2.55˝ 3.15˝ R0.60˝ Fig. 19.18 Exercise 1 – details of shapes and sizes model. Construct the 3D model, add lighting, apply suitable materials and render. chapter 19 Fig. 19.19 Exercise 1 2. Fig. 19.20 shows a rendering of the model for this exercise and Fig. 19.21, an orthographic projection, giving shapes and sizes for the Fig. 19.20 Exercise 2
4. Other features of 3D modeling Introducing AutoCAD 2010 399 80 Chamfers 1.5 chapter 1 Ø20 30 M10 R60 Ø30 35 R51 135 182 195 2 3 4 11 10 100 65 8 125 5 5 95 30 30 90° Fig. 19.21 Exercise 2 – orthographic projection 3. Construct a 3D model drawing to the details given in Fig. 19.22. Add suitable lighting and apply a material, then render as shown in Fig. 19.23. 380 Hole Ø15 R15 R55 190 Ø95 chapter 19 Ø85 30 65 R Ø95 Ø85 R125 495 Fig. 19.22 Exercise 3
5. chapter 1 400 Introduction to AutoCAD 2010 2011 Fig. 19.23 Exercise 3 – ViewCube/Isometric view 4. Construct an assembled 3D model drawing working to the details given in Fig. 19.24. When the 3D model drawing has been constructed disassemble the parts as shown in the given exploded isometric drawing (Fig. 19.25). M10 SQ 80 60 45 20 20 20 10 Ø50 20 SQ 80 Ø40 R5 R10 Ø50 Ø40 Ø20 10 Ø10 chapter 19 Hole Ø40 Holes Ø10 R20 10 10 R10 Fig. 19.24 Exercise 4 – details of shapes and sizes
6. Other features of 3D modeling Introducing AutoCAD 2010 401 chapter 1 Fig. 19.25 Exercise 5 – an exploded rendered model 5. Working to the details shown in Fig. 19.26, construct an assembled 3D model, with the parts in their correct positions relative to each other. Then separate the parts as shown in the 3D rendered model drawing (Fig. 19.27). When the 3D model is complete add suitable lighting and materials and render the result. R15 0 R14 120 R180 8 15 thick 50 105 SQ 20 Ø50 Ø50 160 Ø50 Ø70 15 R120 R38 65 SQ 20 Ø70 chapter 19 R25 Hole Ø50 45 15 105 290 55 25 0 R20 R7 215 125 15 HolesØ10 15 thick 70 R10 Fig. 19.26 Exercise 5 – details drawing
7. chapter 1 402 Introduction to AutoCAD 2010 2011 Fig. 19.27 Exercise 5 – exploded rendered view 6. Working to the details shown in Fig. 19.28, construct a 3D model of the parts of the wheel with its handle. Two renderings of 3D models of the rotating handle are shown in Fig. 19.29, one with its parts assembled, the other with the parts in an exploded position relative to each other. Hexagonal slot edge 6,5 deep 35xM10 110 Ø20 Ø30 Ø160 Hole Ø25 Ø120 R5 10 Ø15 10 Keyway 5x5 60 Ø40 Ø60 20 30 45 Chamfers 5x5 chapter 19 Fig. 19.28 Exercise 6 – details drawing Fig. 19.29 Exercise 6 – renderings
8. Chapter 20 Internet tools and Help Aim of this chApter The aim of this chapter is to introduce the tools which are available in AutoCAD 2011, which make use of facilities available on the World Wide Web (WWW). 405