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A drawing of part of the 20 scale from an engineer s scale is shown below Using the ARRAY command, draw the 20 scale Then draw 30 and 50 scales
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PROBLEM 66
Draw the front view of the swivel link shown below Draw half the object using LINE, CIRCLE, OFFSET, and FILLET Construct the external llets using circles and lines snapped to tangents Then use BREAK to trim the circles to arcs Use MIRROR to complete the other half
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PROBLEM 67
The footprints for two cordless mice on a mouse docking (recharging) station are shown below Draw the two footprints without using the FILLET command by drawing circles for all the rounded ends Use the TTR option of the CIRCLE command for the R350 arc Then use TRIM to create the nal objects Would it be easier to use lleted lines Try it by drawing the outlines again, this time without using the CIRCLE command
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PROBLEM 68
Draw the front view of the splined separator block shown below A suggested approach: Draw two circles bounding the spline teeth Draw a horizontal line through the center and offset it to form the boundary of one tooth Trim the circles and lines to form one tooth and array it about the center Using the OFFSET command, create 1/12 of the object Use MIRROR to create 1/6 of the object, and then array it about the center to nish it When you have nished the drawing, use SCALE to reduce the spline teeth so that the outer diameter is 12 Use STRETCH to narrow the outer gaps from 8 to 6
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PROBLEM 69
Create and dimension the two views of the cam shown below The spacing between the dots is 125
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PROBLEM 70
Create a new text style called Inside with the following settings: Dimension line spacing: 30 Dimension line color: ByLayer Extension line extension: 06 Extension line origin offset: 05 Extension line color: ByLayer Arrow size: 12 Fit: Text only Unit linear precision: 000 Unit angular precision: 0 Suppress leading zeros Text style: ROMANS (font romansshx) Text height: 12 Text gap: 06 Text color: Blue Using the new dimension style, draw and dimension the two views of the clock blank shown below The spacing between dots is 125
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PROBLEM 71
Draw each of the three thread representations shown below and write them to les using the WBLOCK command The external threads are most easily drawn using the ARRAY command The distance between dots in the grid is not important, but 125 should work well
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PROBLEM 72
Imagine an object composed of: a A cube measuring 2 on each side b A four-sided rectangular pyramid with a height of 1 The pyramid sits on top of the cube and the four edges of its base align with the four edges of the cube s top surface c A hole, 11/2 in diameter, centered in the front cube face and having a depth of 1/2 d Another hole, coaxial with the rst but 1 in diameter, extending through the object Three ways of drawing this object are shown below They are called obliques Simply put, they are created by drawing one face at its full size and shape with the receding lines at an angle of 45 The cabinet oblique has half-size receding lines; the cavalier oblique has full-size receding lines The receding lines in general obliques vary; those on the one shown here are 0707-size lines Draw the three obliques
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PROBLEM 73
Use 3D faces and a sphere to create the object shown below Then use solid primitives with the UNION, SUBTRACT, and/or PRESSPULL commands to create a completely solid version The large cube is 2 units on each side and the small cube is 1 unit on each side The sphere has a diameter of 5 The total height of the object, including the sphere, is 4 units
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