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Week 5 Assignments

Lieu/Sorby: Ch. 11 pages 11-1 to 11-46

Howard/Musto: Ch. 6-7 pages 187 to 230

Software Tutorial (demo for Instructor by Thursday(08/10)

Complete all of the assembly modeling tutorials in Chapters 6 and 7 (6.1-6.5 and 7.1-7.4).

Homework Assignments

Sketching/Visualization Practice These exercises should not be turned in with the weekly homework. If you maintain an organized portfolio of your work, you can turn it in at the end of the quarter to be graded as a substitute for your lowest grade on the two graphics exams.

• Section 11.09 problem 3(no sketching, just indicate correct view)
• Section 11.09 problem 5(no sketching, just indicate correct view)
• Section 11.09 problem 8(adfnddjj only) (sketch pictorial only)
• Section 11.09 problem 9(bejr only) (sketch all views plus pictorial)

SolidWorks Practice These exercises should not be turned in with the weekly homework. You should maintain an organized folder of these completed models as digital files with descriptive filenames. At the end of the quarter, you can burn them to a CD to be turned in and graded for up to 10 points added to your SolidWorks exam score.

Howard/Musto book Chapter 6

• Problem 6.3 (p.209)
• Problem 6.4 (p.210)
• Problem 6.14 (p.225)
• Problem 6.15 (p.225)
• Problem 6.16 (p.225)

Homework Deliverables (due at the beginning of class Thursday (08/10)

Lieu/Sorby Reading Questions (20 points, 4 points each question)

• Section 11.08 p. 11-45,46: 1, 2, 3, 5

Sketching/Visualization (20 points)

• Section 11.09 problem 9j (p.11-57) (sketch all three ortho views AND pictorial)

SolidWorks Model of the Week (60 points)

Instructions: Create a SolidWorks assembly model of the rail column assembly shown below. Do not include thread geometries or use the hole wizard in your part models – instead use given nominal diameters for threaded parts and leave them as simple cylinders or holes. All dimensions are in millimeters. Be sure the individual parts are modeled according to the design intent (indicated by given dimensions) and that your parts are appropriately constrained by mates in the assembly. Geometries for the two nuts and the bolt can be found at the following url: http://www.numberfactory.com/nf%20metric%20screws%20and%20bolts.htm

Use the entries on the table for part 3 (note the bolt is 65 mm long) and part 4. Reduce the thickness of the flats of part 4 by half to make part 5. Turn in the following to document your work:

• A printout of a trimetric view of your complete assembly
• A printout of an exploded view of the complete assembly. Organize the parts in your exploded view similar to the drawing below.
• Save all of your part files and the assembly file in a folder called “Your_Name_HW5”. Create a zip archive from this folder and submit your .sldprt file to Canvas by the due date, or per instructor directions.

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