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Engineering Design Project The Mountainboard - SolidWorks

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  • Engineering Design Project The Mountainboard - SolidWorks

    SolidWorks®


    Engineering Design Project


    The Mountainboard


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    Document Number: PMS0718-ENG Contents


    Introduction 1


    Lesson 1: Using the Interface 4


    Lesson 2: Basic Functionality 22


    Lesson 3: Basic Parts — The Binding 78


    Lesson 4: Revolved Features — The Wheel Hub 117


    Lesson 5: Thin Features — The Deck 188


    Lesson 6: Multibody Parts — The Axle and Truck 242


    Lesson 7: Sweeps and Lofts — Springs and Binding 333


    Lesson 8: Final Assembly 403


    Lesson 9: Presenting Results 450


    Glossary 533


    Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks iii i


    Introduction


    About This Course


    The SolidWorks Engineering Design Project, The Mountainboard and its supporting


    materials is designed to assist you in learning SolidWorks in an academic setting. The


    SolidWorks Engineering Design Project, The Mountainboard offers a competency-based


    approach to learning 3D design concepts and techniques.


    Online Tutorials


    The SolidWorks Engineering Design Project is a companion


    resource and supplement for the SolidWorks Online Tutorials.


    Accessing the Tutorials


    To start the Online Tutorials, click Help, SolidWorks


    Tutorials. The SolidWorks window is resized and a second


    window will appears next to it with a list of the available


    tutorials. As you move the pointer over the links, an illustration


    of the tutorial will appear at the bottom of the window. Click


    the desired link to start that tutorial.


    Conventions


    Set your screen resolution to 1280x1024 for optimal viewing


    of the tutorials.


    The following icons appear in the tutorials:


    Moves to the next screen in the tutorial.


    Represents a note or tip. It is not a link; the information


    is to the right of the icon. Notes and tips provide time-


    saving steps and helpful hints.


    You can click most toolbar buttons that appear in the


    lessons to flash the corresponding SolidWorks button.The first time you click the


    button, an ActiveX control message appears: An ActiveX control on this page


    might be unsafe to interact with other parts of the page. Do you want to


    allow this interaction? This is a standard precautionary measure. The ActiveX


    controls in the Online Tutorials will not harm your system. If you click No, the


    scripts are disabled for that topic. Click Yes to run the scripts and flash the button.


    Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks 1 SolidWorks Introduction


    Engineering Design and Technology Series


    Open File or Set this option automatically opens the file or sets the option.


    Video example shows a video about this step.


    A closer look at... links to more information about a topic. Although not required


    to complete the tutorial, it offers more detail on the subject.


    Why did I... links to more information about a procedure, and the reasons for the


    method given. This information is not required to complete the tutorial.


    Printing the Tutorials


    If you like, you can print the Online Tutorials by following this procedure:


    1 On the tutorial navigation toolbar, click Show .


    This displays the table of contents for the Online Tutorials.


    2 Right-click the book representing the lesson you wish to print and select Print from the


    shortcut menu.


    The Print Topics dialog box appears.


    3 Select Print the selected heading and all subtopics, and click OK.


    4 Repeat this process for each lesson that you want to print.


    Using This Course


    This course is not just this book. The SolidWorks Engineering Design Project, The


    Mountainboard is the focal point of the SolidWorks course — the road map for it. The


    supporting materials that are in the SolidWorks Online Tutorials give you a lot of


    flexibility in how you learn SolidWorks.


    Learning 3D design is an interactive process. You will learn best when you explore the


    practical applications of the concepts you learn. This course has many activities and


    exercises that will allow you to put design concepts into practice. Using the provided files,


    you can do so quickly.


    The lessons for this course are designed to balance lecture and hands-on learning. There


    are also assessments and quizzes that give you additional measures of your progress.


    Lesson Structure


    Each lesson contains the following components:


    (cid:137) Goals of the Lesson — Clear objectives for the lesson.


    (cid:137) Before Beginning the Lesson — Prerequisites, if any, for the current lesson.


    (cid:137) Review of Previous Lesson — You reflect back on the material and models described in


    the previous lesson with questions and examples. Answer these questions to reinforce


    concepts.


    (cid:137) Lesson Outline — Describes the major concepts explored in each lesson.


    Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks 2 SolidWorks Introduction


    Engineering Design and Technology Series


    (cid:137) Active Learning Exercises — You create parts, assemblies and drawings that will make


    up the final project, The Mountainboard.


    (cid:137) 5-minute Assessments — These review the concepts developed in the outline of the


    lesson and the active learning exercises.


    (cid:137) Exercises and Projects — These exercises and projects provide additional material to


    practice the concepts learned in the lesson.


    (cid:137) Lesson Quizzes — Fill in the blank, true/false and short answer questions compose the


    lesson quizzes.


    (cid:137) Lesson Summary — Quick recap of the main points of the lesson.


    Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks 3 1


    Lesson 1: Using the Interface


    Goals of This Lesson


    (cid:137) Become familiar with the Microsoft Windows interface.


    (cid:137) Become familiar with the SolidWorks interface.


    Before Beginning This Lesson


    (cid:137) Verify that Microsoft Windows is loaded and running on your classroom/lab computer.


    (cid:137) Verify that the SolidWorks software is loaded and running on your classroom/lab


    computer in accordance with your SolidWorks license.


    (cid:137) Load the training files.


    Outline of Lesson 1


    (cid:137) Active Learning Exercise — Using the Interface


    • Starting a Program


    • Exiting a Program


    • Searching for a File or Folder


    • Opening an Existing File


    • Saving a File


    • Copying a File


    • Resizing Windows


    • SolidWorks Windows


    • Toolbars


    • Mouse Buttons


    • Context-sensitive Shortcut Menus


    • Getting Online Help


    Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks 4 SolidWorks Lesson 1: Using the Interface


    Engineering Design and Technology Series


    Active Learning Exercise — Using the Interface


    Start the SolidWorks application, search for a file, save the file, save the file with a new


    name, and review the basic user interface.


    The step-by-step instructions are given below.


    Starting a Program


    1 Click the Start button in the lower left corner of the window. The Start menu


    appears. The Start menu allows you to select the basic functions of the Microsoft


    Windows environment.


    Note: Click means to press and release the left mouse button.


    2 From the Start menu, click All Programs, SolidWorks, SolidWorks as shown below.


    Note: Depending on how SolidWorks was installed on your computer, the version


    and the Service Pack number, 2010 SP2.1 for instance, may be included or not


    listed.


    The SolidWorks application program is now running.


    Note: Your Start menu may appear different than the illustration depending on which


    versions of the operating system is loaded on your system.


    TIP: A desktop shortcut is an icon that you can double-click to go


    directly to the file or folder represented. If your system desktop


    has a shortcut to the SolidWorks application program, you can


    start the program by double-clicking the left mouse button on this


    shortcut. The illustration shows the SolidWorks shortcut.


    Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks 5 SolidWorks Lesson 1: Using the Interface


    Engineering Design and Technology Series


    Exit the Program


    To exit the application program, click File, Exit or click on the main SolidWorks


    window.


    Searching for a File or Folder


    You can search for files (or folders containing files). This is useful if you cannot remember


    the exact name of the file that you need.


    Windows has two methods to search for files, Microsoft Desktop Search and the Search


    Companion.


    Microsoft Desktop Search


    Microsoft Desktop Search is normally loaded when SolidWorks is installed on your


    computer. After installation, it must create an index, similar to the index in the back of


    most reference books. When you search using Microsoft Desktop search, the search


    program just looks in the index for the location of the information you are searching for


    and displays the result.


    While Microsoft Desktop Search makes the search process much faster, it depends on


    creating and maintaining the index. If the index has not been created, we will not get a


    valid result from the search.


    Search Companion


    The Search Companion does not require any setup. When used to search, it starts at the


    beginning of the search path and checks everything. This is very much like searching for a


    topic in a book by starting at the first page and checking each page until you find the topic.


    Mountainboard Design Project with SolidWorks 6 SolidWorks Lesson 1: Using the Interface


    Engineering Design and Technology Series


    Search for a file


    We will now use Search to fine a file.


    1 Click Start, Search. Search for the SolidWorks part dumbell.


    As we have not set up Microsoft Desktop Search, we will use the Search Companion.


    2 If Microsoft Desktop Search is loaded on your computer, you will get the following


    window. Click use Search Companion.


    Note: If Microsoft Desktop Search is not installed, you will go


    directly to the Search Companion.


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