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SolidWorks 2010- P21: Whether you are a new user of SolidWorks or a professional who wants to improve your skills, this book was written for you. Learning any software can be difficult at times. You launch the software for the first time, and you feel overwhelmed, not knowing how to even start a new document. In 3D CAD programs, it can be especially difficult. Many times a whole new vocabulary and a whole new creative environment are introduced.

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  1. Glossary
  2. 570 Glossary A geometric symbols, balloons, and hole call- outs. In drawings, centerlines, center marks, accelerator keys hatches, and blocks are also considered annotations. A combination of keys used to initiate a menu command. Pressing Alt on the key- Anti-Aligned button board will highlight the letters next to the A button used in the Mate PropertyManager menu items. Then pressing the correspond- to set the alignment condition of standard ing letter on the keyboard will initiate the and advanced mates. When selected, the menu item. Anti-Aligned button makes the vectors that Aligned button are normal to the selected faces point in opposite directions. A button used in the Mate PropertyManager to set the alignment condition of standard appearances and advanced mates. When selected, the Appearances are used to add visual proper- Aligned button makes the vectors that are ties to a model, such as color or realistic normal to the selected faces point in the material textures, without affecting the same direction. physical properties of the model. anchor point Appearances/Scenes tab 1. A point in a drawing sheet format used to A tab on the task pane in which appearances attach and anchor tables to prevent them and scenes can be added to the active model. from being moved. 2. The endpoint at the tip of a leader for a note, dimension, or arc other annotation. A single portion of a circle equaling less Angle mate than 360°. A geometric relation between parts in an assembly assembly used to define the angle between the components. A group of parts that when fitted together make a single unit. angle of the revolution assembly configuration The angle covered by a revolved feature where a revolution is equal to or lesser than 360°. A single variation of an assembly with mul- tiple versions. annotations autotransitioning A note or symbol used to specify the design intent of a part, assembly, or drawing. The ability to transition from a line to an arc, Annotations can include notes, flagnotes, or vice versa, without selecting the Arc tool.
  3. Glossary 571 B buckets Squares seen while rendering an image in base feature PhotoView 360. The number of buckets seen The first feature listed in the FeatureManager while rendering corresponds to the number design tree. of cores in the CPU that are working on the rendering. bidirectionality The ability for information to be updated in a component’s custom properties when a bill C of materials is updated, or vice versa. center marks blind hole A cross in a drawing that marks the center of a circle or arc. A hole that has its depth specified by a numerical value rather than referencing Center Rectangle tool geometry in the part. A sketch tool that sketches a rectangle with a boss center point. A feature that protrudes from a model. centerlines bottom-up design A type of line used to represent axes of a symmetrical part or feature in a drawing. A design strategy where the individual parts of an assembly are modeled and then put Centerpoint Arc tool together to create an assembly. A sketch tool that creates an arc from a cen- box selection terpoint, a start point, and an endpoint. A selection method used in parts, assemblies, chamfer and drawings to select entities by dragging a selection box with the mouse pointer. A beveled edge connecting two surfaces or Dragging from left to right will select all sketch entities. items that fall completely within the box. closed loop broken-out section A selection set comprised of a set of contours A section view that is not created as a sepa- that close upon themselves. rate view in a drawing. Instead, a closed pro- file, usually a spline, is used to specify the closed spline profile section on an existing drawing view, and the A spline that has no break and closes upon depth is determined by a numerical value or itself. This is often used when creating broken- by selecting geometry in a drawing view. out sections in drawings.
  4. 572 Glossary coincident confirmation corner A geometric condition where two or more A way to accept or cancel features or sketches entities share the same point in space. in the upper-right corner of the graphics area. Coincident mate construction line A mate tool used to make two selected enti- A sketch entity that aids in the creation of ties in parts of an assembly share the same other geometry without actually being part point. of the created geometry. collinear context toolbar A geometric condition where two or more A toolbar that appears when selecting items lines share the same orientation and in the graphics area or FeatureManager that direction. provides access to the most common set of tools for the selected items. CommandManager Corner Rectangle tool A context-sensitive toolbar that usually is docked above the graphics area and dynami- A sketch tool that creates a rectangle by cally updates to the appropriate toolbar specifying the two opposite corners. based on the modeling environment and tab selected. Corner Trim tool A trim tool that is used to modify two selected concentric sketch entities to intersect at a virtual corner. A geometric condition where two or more circles or arcs share the same center point. cosmetic thread An annotation type that is used to represent Concentric mate the inner diameter of a threaded boss and A mate tool used to specify that two selected the other diameter of a threaded hole and circular edges or cylindrical faces are to can include a hole callout in a drawing. share the same centerpoint or axis. CPU configuration-specific properties The central processing unit or processor for User-defined custom properties that are applied a computer. only to specific variations of a part or assembly (configuration) within the same model. cross selection A selection method used in parts, assemblies, ConfigurationManager and drawings to select entities by dragging A pane usually on the left side of the graphics a selection box with the mouse pointer. area that is used to create, select, and view Dragging from right to left will select all multiple configurations of a part or assembly. items that cross the box boundary.
  5. Glossary 573 custom properties expected and can have a negative effect on the overall functionality of the model. User-defined information such as the descrip- tion, part numbers, vendor name, and other rel- Design Library evant information that is added to a SolidWorks document that can be used in drawings, BOMs, A folder structure available on the Design and other areas of SolidWorks. Library tab used for storing reusable items such as parts, blocks, and annotations. Custom Properties tab detached drawing A customizable tab in the task pane used to specify the values for a predetermined set of A drawing that can be opened and worked custom properties for the active document. in without the model files being loaded into memory. With detached drawings, the model Custom tab data does not need to be present in order to be opened since the information is embedded The tab of the Summary Information win- in the drawing. dow, which you can open by selecting File ➢ Properties, that enables the user to add custom detailed view properties to the active SolidWorks document. A portion of a view that is often shown in a cut extrude larger scale than its parent view. It is used to show more detail than what can be seen in An extrusion that is used to cut away mate- the parent scale. rial from the 3D model. dimension (verb) D To apply a dimension to specify the location of a point or feature in a drawing. degrees of freedom dimension line The directions a part can freely move in 3D space. Three of the degrees consist of the A portion of a dimension used to indicate translation in the directions of X, Y, and Z. the extent and direction of a dimension. The The next three degrees consist of the rota- dimension line, in mechanical applications, tion around the x-, y-, and z-axes. is terminated at both ends with an arrow- head and contains the dimension’s value. depth of field dimensions The distance in front of and behind the sub- ject that appears to be in focus. A numerical value used to specify the size, location, or geometric characteristic of a part design intent or feature. How a model reacts as parameters are updated. An improperly defined part will not react as
  6. 574 Glossary DimXpert document structure A set of tools available in parts that allow The relationship between parts, assemblies, you to apply dimensions and tolerances to and drawings in SolidWorks. a 3D part per ASME Y14.41-2003 and ISO 16792:2006. The annotations added to the document templates part can then be imported into drawing views. A part, assembly, or drawing document that includes user-defined parameters and that is DimXpertManager used in the creation of new documents. A pane usually to the left of the graphics area that is used to list the tolerance features document types defined by the DimXpert for parts. Documents that are used by a specific pro- gram. Types are determined by the exten- display pane sion following the period in the filename. A portion of the FeatureManager design tree In SolidWorks, supported document types that can be expanded to view the various dis- include parts (*.sldprt), assemblies play settings in parts, assemblies, and draw- (*.sldasm), and drawings (*.slddrw). ings. In parts and assemblies, the settings can also be changed in the display pane. Draft Analysis tool A tool available in the Mold Tools toolbar document control used to check for the correct application of A department in many organizations whose draft to the faces of a part. duties include the management of all docu- ments for a project or the entire organization. draft angle Many times, the document control department The degree of taper or angle on a face of a is responsible for the security, versions, visibil- part most commonly added to parts designed ity, and controlled audit trail of a document. for injection molding and casting to facilitate the extraction from molds. Document Properties tab The tab in the Options window that contains drafting standards the settings for the active document. Drafting presets for detailing derived from one of the supported standards including Document Recovery tab ANSI, ISO, DIN, JIS, BSI, GOST, and GB. A tab in the task pane that will list recovered files after restarting SolidWorks if the previous drag handle instance was unexpectedly terminated. For A point on a sketch or feature that can be files to be recovered, the autorecover option selected and dragged to create or edit an must be enabled in the system settings. extrusion.
  7. Glossary 575 drawing Surface, Offset From Surface, Up To Body, and Mid Plane. A 2D representation of a part or assembly often used to describe the manufacturing or environment assembly of components. A spherical-encapsulating image that rotates drawing note in relation to a model. Text on a drawing providing additional extension lines instructions for the manufacturing, prepa- ration, storage, or inspection of the part or Also called projection lines, extension lines assembly in the drawing. are the lines of a dimension that extend from a part that are used to indicate the locations drawing template on the part where the dimension applies. A template used for the creation of new draw- extrusion ings. See document templates. The result of a sketch that is linearly pro- drawing views jected to create a boss or a cut on a part. Views on a drawing used to represent various angles of a part or assembly. F DXF feature Drawing Interchange Format or Drawing Exchange Format. This is a file format devel- A single shape that is used along with other oped by Autodesk to be used as a common features to create a part or assembly. All fea- file format between AutoCAD and other CAD tures are listed in the FeatureManager design programs including SolidWorks. tree, but not all features create geometry in the part. FeatureManager design tree E The pane normally located to the left of the eDrawings graphics area that lists the features used to create the active part, assembly, or drawing. An application developed by SolidWorks that allows both non-CAD and CAD users to view File Explorer tab part, assembly, and drawing data. A tab on the task pane that duplicates the end condition Windows Explorer functionality from the local PC and can be used to open recent Options found in the PropertyManager that documents, show files currently open in determine how a feature extends. It includes SolidWorks, and perform other common file Blind, Through All, Up To Vertex, Up To management functions found in Windows.
  8. 576 Glossary Fillet dimensions or relations. Once fully defined, no part of the sketch can be modified with A rounded corner on a sketch or a rounded adjusting the relations or dimension values. edge of a model. FilletXpert G A utility with SolidWorks that manages, orga- nizes, and reorders constant radius fillets. generated view filter bar A view, such as a detail or section view, that is based on an existing view in the drawing. A field at the top of the FeatureManager design tree that enables the user to search graphics area for specific features of a part or components in an assembly. The largest area of the SolidWorks window where parts, assemblies, and drawings are first-angle projections displayed. A technique for creating orthographic pro- group boxes jections that places the object being drawn between the observer and the plane of Boxes used the Property Builder application projection. for grouping similar properties when design- ing a new tab layout. flagnotes A symbol used on drawing notes to call attention to a specific area of the drawing. H The symbol is then used in the drawing, Heads-up View toolbar most often with the symbol attached to a leader or as part of the dimension being ref- A transparent bar located in the upper por- erenced in the notes. tion of the graphics area with the most common tools available for adjusting views flexible subassembly including Zoom, Pan, Section, Predefined view, Appearances, and so on. A subassembly that allows the movement of the individual components within the limita- helix tions of its mates while in an assembly. A 3D curve defined by its pitch, revolutions, flip dimension and height. A helix is most commonly used for creating springs or threads. To change the direction of a dimension. Helix/Spiral tool fully defined sketch The tool used to create a 3D helix or a 2D spi- A sketch that has all the line and curve ral. The resulting entity is most commonly sizes and positions fully described with
  9. Glossary 577 used as a path for creating the required fea- I ture of a part. in-context model Help Customization option A model created within an assembly with a The option to define the type of dynamic sketch or feature related to another part in help provided while using SolidWorks. the assembly. The option is most often set the first time SolidWorks is installed but can be adjusted in inferencing the Tools window. A displayed relation in a sketch with visual hidden lines cues such as a dotted line, icons next to the mouse pointer, and highlighted cues, such as A line type used in 2D drafting to represent what is seen when a midpoint is highlighted. edges that cannot normally be seen in the view because they are obscured by other inferencing line geometry. A dotted line shown while sketching between Hole Wizard the mouse pointer and other entities in the sketch or geometry in the model. It’s used to A utility in SolidWorks that aids in the cre- display the possible relation between the two. ation of holes, counterbores, countersinks, tapped holes, and pipe-tapped holes. injection molding horizontal dimension A process of manufacturing plastic compo- nents by injecting molten plastic within a A tool for the creation of a dimension that mold cavity. will be created only in the horizontal align- ment in relation to the drawing. Instant3D horizontal ordinate dimension Functionality that enables the user to quickly create and modify features in parts A dimension type with only a horizontal and assemblies by dragging the geometry extension line and the value. and using on-screen rulers. hotspot Intersection Curve tool A rectangle encompassing a title block created A tool that creates a sketch segment where a for title block management that highlights sketch plane and a selected face intersect. when the mouse pointer enters the boundary. isometric view hue A graphical projection of a model in a draw- One of the three elements of HSL (hue, satu- ing that displays the model with its x-, y-, ration, and luminance), which is a method and z-axes spaced 120° apart and with the used to define a color. vertical z-axis.
  10. 578 Glossary L mirroring The technique of creating copies of features leader dimension in parts or sketch entities in sketches by mir- A dimension shown with a leader and roring from planes, faces, or centerlines. with an arrow pointing at the object being dimensioned. model dimensions Dimensions inserted into a drawing that line fonts were used in the creation of the part model. A term describing the display of a line in a Once inserted, the dimensions remain para- drawing including its type and thickness. metric and when updated will affect the part geometry. line types models How a line is displayed in a drawing such as a solid line, dashed line, and so on. 3D geometry within a part or assembly file. luminance One of the three elements of HSL (hue, satu- N ration, and luminance), which is a method negative draft used to define a color. The display of a face when performing a draft analysis. A face that has negative draft has M its angle as less than the negative reference angle in relation to the direction of pull. mate neutral plane A geometric relationship between compo- nents in an assembly. The plane or face selected when specifying the direction of pull associated with the part draft. material Normal To command The specified substance from which a part is intended to be made when manufactured. A command that orientates a model to face the viewing plane. Mirror tool The tool used to create a copy of a selected fea- ture mirrored from a plane or selected face. O offset To create a copy of a selected sketch entity at a specified distance.
  11. Glossary 579 Offset Entities tool P A tool to offset one or more selected sketch entities, model edges, or faces at a specified Parallel mate distance. A mate in which the selected faces, edges, or other geometry are kept parallel to each on-screen ruler other regardless of the angle. A graduated measuring display used for drag- ging the geometry in Instant3D at a specified parallelogram distance. A sketched four-sided shape whose opposite sides are both parallel and equal in length. ordinate dimensions A type of dimension with only extension parametric modeling lines marking the distance from a specified An approach to 3D modeling where the zero point. model, which is most often feature based, can be modified by adjusting its parameters origin such as the dimensions and relations that The point where the three axes intersect at were used to create the model. the 0,0,0 coordinate of the model or sketch. parent view orthographic projections In a drawing, the view that was used to cre- Views in a drawing that are projected orthog- ate a projected view. onally from existing views meant to repre- sent the 3D object in 2D. part A single 3D object made of features. In orthographic view SolidWorks, the filename extension for a part A single view meant to represent a 3D object file is .sldprt. as a flat 2D object. part configuration over-defined A single variation of a part with multiple A state in which a sketch has one or more versions. dimensions or relations that are in conflict or redundant. parting line A line on a molded component where two or more parts of the mold meet.
  12. 580 Glossary path projected view A sketch, edge, or curve used in creating a A child view projected in an orthogonal man- sweep. ner from an existing view meant to represent the 3D object in 2D. PDF PropertyManager Portable Document Format. This is a file for- mat created by Adobe Systems for exchang- A pane normally to the left of the graphics ing documents across multiple platforms area that opens when an entity is selected or with a free reader. a command is initiated. Configurable param- eters related to the entity or command will pitch be displayed. The rate of change of a radius for each revo- lution of a helix. R plane reference dimensions A flat construction geometry used in a part or assembly for 2D sketches, section views, Dimensions placed into a drawing that show and neutral planes. the measurements of the model but are not parametric to the model. The dimensions positive draft cannot be changed but will update when the model geometry is updated separately. The display of a face when performing a draft analysis. A face that has positive draft has reference plane an angle greater than the reference angle in relation to the direction of pull. A flat construction geometry used in a part or assembly for 2D sketches, section views, Power Trim tool neutral planes, or assembly mates. A trim tool that has the ability to trim mul- reference triad tiple, adjacent sketch entities by dragging the mouse pointer across the entities to be A symbol in the lower-left corner of the removed as well as extending sketch entities graphics area that displays the x-, y-, and along their natural paths. z-axes and is used to orient a part or assem- bly as it is rotated in space. predefined drawing views referenced documents Empty drawing views in a drawing template that automatically create the predefined view In SolidWorks, files such as parts that are angles when used to create a new drawing referenced by other files, such as assemblies from a part. and drawings.
  13. Glossary 581 region parameters rigid subassembly A set of parameters for use with variable- A subassembly that does not allow the move- pitch helixes that set the revolutions or ment of the individual components regard- heights, diameters, and pitch rate. less of its mates while in an assembly. relation rollback bar A geometric constraint between sketch enti- A bar in the FeatureManager design tree that ties and other entities or geometry that can suppresses all items below when moved up be added automatically or manually. the tree. renderings Photorealistic images generated from 3D parts S or assemblies. saturation revision custom property One of the three elements of HSL (hue, satu- A user-defined parameter that defines the ration, and luminance), which is a method revision of a part, assembly, or drawing. used to define a color. revision tables scalable A table on a drawing used to track the The ability to increase or decrease in size. changes made to the drawing. Search Assistant Revolve Type parameter A field located in the menu bar of SolidWorks A parameter in the Revolve PropertyManager that is used to search for filenames or text that defines the revolve direction from the strings in all indexed documents. sketch plane. sectioned views revolved cut A drawing view that provides a view of the A feature that was created by removing mate- internal features of a component by using a rial from a part as a sketch revolves around cutting plane. an axis. sensors revolved part Used in SolidWorks to monitor various prop- A part created with single or multiple erties of a part or assembly such as mass revolved features. properties, dimensional values, and interfer- ence detection. A notification will alert the user when the value of the selected property deviates from the specified limits.
  14. 582 Glossary sheet format sketch entities The part of a drawing that includes the page Lines and other 2D objects that make up a size and orientation, standard text that is sketch. normally not edited in each drawing, the bor- der, title blocks, and other standard elements Smart Dimension tool of a drawing. Each separate sheet of a draw- A tool used for dimensioning that automati- ing (*.sldasm) can have its own sheet format cally detects the selected sketch entities and allowing for different sizes and title blocks. uses the appropriate dimension type. sheet tabs SolidWorks Resources tab Tabs below the graphics area of a drawing A tab in the task pane that contains com- that allow the user to switch between the mands for getting started, community, different pages of a single drawing. online resources, and a tip of the day. shell specular color A feature that creates a hollow cavity within a The highlighted color reflected off an object part model. You can also select faces to create as light shines on it. an opening in the part with the unselected surfaces as thin walls. spiral shortcut menu A 2D or flat helix. A menu of tools and commands that is spline accessed by clicking the right mouse button with the mouse pointer directly above the A 2D or 3D curve that is sketched using a set model geometry, the FeatureManager design of control points. tree, and the window borders. status bar shortcut toolbar The bar at the bottom of the SolidWorks A floating toolbar with a customizable set of window that provides information about the noncontext commands that is accessed by function being performed. pressing S on the keyboard while in a part, assembly, drawing, or sketch. suppress To remove entities such as features and sketch assembly components from view as well as Lines and other 2D objects that are created from calculations. on a plane or face for the purpose of creating features.
  15. Glossary 583 Sweep tool third-angle projection The tool used to create a base feature, boss, A technique for creating orthographic pro- cut, or surface feature by moving a profile jections that is created by projecting a view along a path. of the model being drawn on a plane between the object and the observer. swept cut feature thread relief A feature that removes material from a com- ponent by moving a profile along a curve. A recess or undercut at the base of a thread that provides clearance for threading tools. swept feature threaded boss A feature created using the Sweep tool. A cylindrical extrusion of a part that is threaded. T threaded hole tangent arc A cylindrical extruded cut on a part that is A sketched arc that is tangent to other sketch threaded. entities. 3-point arc task pane An arc that is defined with three points A group of tabs including SolidWorks (start, end, and midpoint). Resources, Design Library, and File Explorer that is normally docked to the right of the 3-point center rectangle graphics area. A rectangle that is sketched with a center point and a selected angle. template A part, assembly, or drawing document that 3-point corner rectangle is used to create a new document. User- A rectangle that is sketched at a selected defined parameters, annotations, predefined angle. views, and other geometry can be included in the new document automatically. through hole A hole or cutout that is extruded completely thin feature through a feature so that it breaks through A feature that is extruded or revolved with a the other side. constant wall thickness.
  16. 584 Glossary title block V A table located in the lower-right corner of a drawing that contains information related to Vertical Dimension tool the component being depicted such as the part A tool for creating a dimension that will be number, description, material, and creator. created only in the vertical alignment in relation to the drawing. top-down design A design strategy where the parts in an assem- vertical ordinate dimension bly are modeled within an assembly by refer- A dimension type with only a vertical exten- encing the geometry of other components. sion line and the value. transparent View Palette tab The ability to view geometry through A tab in the task pane that contains images another component. of standard views, annotation views, section views, and flat patterns of the selected model trim for a drawing. The views can then be added To remove portions of a sketch entity that to the drawing by dragging and dropping extends beyond another sketch entity that them into the drawing sheet. acts like the cutting plane. virtual component Trim Away Inside Components that are saved internally to Trims open sketch entities that lie inside two an assembly instead of to a separate part or bounding entities. subassembly file. Trim Away Outside Trims open sketch entities outside two W bounding entities. workflow customization Trim to Closest Toggles the visibility of toolbars and menus Trims a sketch entity to its closest intersection. based on the selected areas of expertise includ- ing consumer product design, machine design, and mold design. U under-defined Z A sketch that does not have enough dimen- zip file sions or relations to prevent entities from being moved or changing size. A file used for data compression and archiving that contains one or more files that have been compressed to reduce file size.
  17. Index Note to the Reader: Throughout this index boldfaced page numbers indicate primary discussions of a topic. Italicized page numbers indicate illustrations. A balloons, 460 bearing nut, 401, 401 Abstract Studio Shadow environment, 555, 556 breaking, 159 AC power cord. See power cord for lamp components, 332, 406 accelerator keys, 37–38, 38 electrical cover, 402 ACIS format, 473 mates, 390 Activate Display State command, 424 All Components option, 481 activating display states, 424 All Sheets option, 197 active configuration, 246 Along XYZ option, 442–444, 443 active documents, 519 Alt key, 38, 257 Add Configuration command, 358 Alternate Path option, 444 Add Configuration PropertyManager, 354 American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Add Dimensions option, 121–122 drafting standards, 512 Add Display State command, 422 sheet sizes, 511 Add File Location icon, 394 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Add Prefix option, 477 (ASME) standards, 512 Add Revision command, 194, 369 anchor points Add Suffix option, 477 BOMs, 280–282, 281–282, 456 Add Symbol button, 528 revision tables, 537–538, 537 Add Symbol command, 370 AND search criteria, 430 Add To Library button, 395, 397 Angle Distance option, 144 Add To Library File icon, 394 angle mates Add To Library PropertyManager, 395, adding, 356–357, 356–357 397–398, 397 modifying, 358–359, 358–359 Adobe PDF files, 197–198, 466–469, 467–468 Angle Of The Revolution option, 218 Advanced Component Selection dialog box, 430 angles Advanced Mates, 402–404, 403 draft, 237–238 Advanced Search command, 429 thread relief, 227 Advanced tab, 559, 559 angular dimension, 103, 103 Aligned button, 357 annotations, 59, 162–163 alignment centerlines, 186–187, 187 angle mates, 357 copying, 395
  18. 586 annotations • assembly drawings annotations (continued) arrow heads, 173, 174 dimensions. See dimensions arrows (->) for external references, 339, graphics area, 75, 76 373–374 importing, 164–167, 165–167 ASME (American Society of Mechanical Annotations flyout, 282, 283 Engineers) standards, 512 ANSI (American National Standards Institute) ASME Y14.2M-1992, Line Conventions and drafting standards, 512 Lettering standard, 514 sheet sizes, 511 assemblies, 2, 51, 51, 234 Ansi Inch thread standard, 221 BOMs inserted into, 416–418, 417 Anti-Aligned button, 357 components inserted into, 254, 254 bearing nut, 401 configurations, 353–355, 353–355 components, 332, 406 design approaches, 71 electrical cover, 402 display control, 420–424, 420–424 appearances, 67, 67 exploded views, 435 assembly-level, 73, 73 creating, 435–439, 436–438 editing, 346–347, 347 editing, 439–441, 439–441 lamp model, 409–410, 409 paths to, 442–445, 442–444 parts, 258 FeatureManager design tree in, 72–73, color, 258–259 72–74 materials, 259–260 mates in, 73, 74, 255–258, 256–257 RealView, 260–262, 261–262 moving components in, 255 properties, 558–560, 559 opening, 71–72 rendering, 553–555, 553–554 opening parts in, 342, 342 shade model, 344–347, 345–347 over-defining, 353, 353, 360, 360 Appearances button parts appearance in, 258 PhotoView 360 Selection toolbar, 550 color, 258–259 PhotoView 360 Tasks toolbar, 548 materials, 259–260 Appearances/Scenes tab, 14, 15 RealView, 260–262, 261–262 lamp model, 409 parts from, 480–481, 481–482 materials, 260 selection tools for, 425–430, 425–428 shade model, 345 subassemblies inserted into, 351–353, Appearances window, 553–555, 553, 352–353 558–559, 559 virtual components, 478–480, 478–480 Arc PropertyManager, 207 Assembly button, 550 arcs assembly drawings, 264 drawing, 206–207, 206–207 balloons, 282–286 transitioning, 291–294, 291–294, 306, 306 BOMs, 276 Area Light appearance, 560 anchor points, 280–282, 281–282 arranging dimensions, 168–170, 169–170
  19. Assembly tab • bills of materials 587 Bill Of Materials PropertyManager, backgrounds, custom, 562–563, 563 277–280 Backup/Recover command, 368 finishing, 286–287, 287–288 Balloon Edges option, 283 exploded. See exploded assembly drawings Balloon Faces option, 283 views. See views Balloon Layout section, 283, 460, 460 Assembly tab Balloon Settings section, 284 external references, 374 Balloon Text option, 284 inserting components, 331–332 balloons, 282 mating components, 332 adding, 459–461, 460–461 assembly templates AutoBalloon PropertyManager, 282–286, creating, 493–494 283, 285–286 title blocks. See title blocks Base, Lamp model. See lamp model Assembly Transparency For In-Context base extrusion sketches Editing command, 372 creating, 85–87, 87 assembly visualization, 430–435, 431–432, 434 defining, 91–94, 92–94 Assembly Visualization button, 431 Instant3D, 95–98, 97–98 Assembly Visualization mode, 435 prefixes, 87–88 associativity of documents, 51 rectangles for, 88–91, 88–90 asterisks (*) for external references, 373 base features, 2 at signs (@) in configuration names, 354 creating, 61, 95–96 Attach To Anchor Point option, 282 lamp base, 85–86, 88 Auto Collapse button, 19 lamp shaft, 218 Auto Hatching option, 273 parts, 52 Auto-Space Components After Drag option, 441 shade mounts. See shade model and Auto-Start Projected View option, 268, 270 subassembly AutoBalloon command, 460, 460 bearing nut, 399–401, 400–401 AutoBalloon PropertyManager, 282–286, Begin Assembly PropertyManager, 252 283, 285–286, 460 assembly templates, 493 Automatic printing option, 196 opening, 388 Automatic setting for tree item visibility, 69 shades, 330 autorecovery, 368 Bilateral tolerance type, 181 autotransitioning, 291, 291, 306, 306 Bill Of Materials PropertyManager, 277–282, Axis Of Revolution field, 236 417, 417, 456 axonometric projections, 452 bills of materials (BOMs), 276 anchor points, 280–282, 281–282, 456 balloons, 459–461, 460–461 B filling in, 458–459, 459 finishing, 286–287, 287–288 Back view, 54–55 format updating, 457–458, 457 Back orthographic view, 516–517, 516–517 hiding and showing, 419–420
  20. 588 bill of materials • center marks bill of materials (continued) Brass materials inserting in assemblies, 416–418, 417 appearance, 408–409 item number reordering, 461–462, 462 applying, 260, 261 linking to, 455–456, 455–456 Break Alignment command, 159 settings, 277–280 British Standards Institution (BSI), 513 tables, 418–419, 418–419 broken external references, 373 bisecting parts, 156, 156 Broken-Out Section PropertyManager, Black And White printing option, 196 160–162 Blind end condition, 107, 314 broken-out sections, 159–161, 160–161 blind holes, 230, 314 Browse For Folder window, 152, 341 blocks Browse For Template button, 495, 538 copying, 395 Browse For Template window, 538 title. See title blocks Brushed Brass button, 554, 554 tolerance, 528, 528 Brushed Brass material, 555 blocks (.sldblk) extension, 395 BSI (British Standards Institution), 513 Body button, 550 buckets, 556 BOM Options section, 456 bulb subassembly BOM Type section, 277–278 appearance, 560 BOMs. See bills of materials (BOMs) interference between components, 376, 377 Border section selecting from, 425–427, 426–427 Bill Of Materials PropertyManager, 279 shade model, 350, 352 Revision Symbol PropertyManager, 370 buttons, mouse, 39, 42–44, 43 Revision Table PropertyManager, 539 Boss-Extrude PropertyManager, 337 Boss-Extrude2 feature, 139–140, 139 C bosses center marks, 184 Calculate command, 381 extrusions, 110–115, 110–116 Camera Settings tab, 565–567, 567 filleting, 134–136, 135–136, 139, 139 cameras threaded, 219–222, 220–222 custom views, 560–561, 561 Bottom orthographic view, 516–517, 516–517 depth of field, 565–567, 567 bottom-up design, 71 options, 566–567, 567 drawbacks, 330 categories for parts, 488–490 modifications in, 364, 372 Categories window, 7, 25 Bottom view, 54–55 cavities, 119–120, 120 bottom wall thickness, 118, 119 Center Mark button, 188 Bottoming Tapped Hole option, 311 Center Mark PropertyManager, 188 box selection, 40–41, 41 center marks Brass directory, 553 adding, 187–189, 188–189
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