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Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper 1 How is the Quick Setup wizard useful 2 Explain the purpose of the object snaps 3 Describe two methods for using AutoCAD s object snap modes 4 In order to snap a line to the center of a circle, what part of the circle must the crosshairs touch 5 What is the bene t of using running object snap modes 6 Describe a situation in which you would want to change the aperture box size 7 Brie y describe the use of each of the following object snap modes a Apparent Intersection b Center c Endpoint d Extension e Insertion f Intersection g Midpoint h Nearest i Node j None k Parallel l Perpendicular m Quadrant n Tangent 8 Explain the bene t of object snap tracking 9 Explain the relationship between polar tracking, object snap, and object snap tracking Can you use object snap tracking when object snap is turned off
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Wohlers: Applying AutoCAD 2010
II Drawing Aids and Controls
10 Object Snap
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2010
Review & Activities
CHALLENGE YOUR THINKING
These questions are designed to further your knowledge of AutoCAD by encouraging you to explore the concepts presented in this chapter Answer each question on a separate sheet of paper 1 Devise a new object snap that does not currently exist in AutoCAD The new snap mode must provide a useful service Write a short paragraph describing the new object snap Explain what it does and why it is useful 2 Investigate the Apparent Intersection object snap Of what use is an object snap that allows you to snap to a point where two objects only seem to intersect Give an example
APPLYING AUTOCAD SKILLS
Work the following problems to practice the commands and skills you learned in this chapter 1 Draw the square on the left in Fig 10-5 Then use object snaps to make the additions shown on the right to produce a top view of a jeweler s new design for a cut gemstone
Fig 10-5
2 Create a new drawing and set running snap modes for Center and Endpoint Then create the shaft bearing in Fig 10-6 using the dimensions shown Start the lower left corner of the drawing at absolute coordinates 1,1 and work counterclockwise Save the le as shaftbearingdwg
Fig 10-6 Continued
10: Object Snap
Wohlers: Applying AutoCAD 2010
II Drawing Aids and Controls
10 Object Snap
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2010
10 Review & Activities
3 Draw the top view of the video game part shown in Fig 10-7 Start by drawing a circle of any size at any location Then use the Quadrant and Center object snaps to draw the four lines to divide the circle into quadrants, as shown on the left in Fig 10-8 (You must draw four lines, not two) Use the ARC command with the Start, Center, End option and Quadrant, Midpoint, and Center object snap modes to draw the arcs Erase the quadrant lines Save the drawing as gamepartdwg
F i g 1 0 -7
Fig 10-8 Courtesy of Gary J Hordemann, Gonzaga University
USING PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS
Complete the following activities using problem-solving skills and your knowledge of AutoCAD 1 The drawing in Fig 10-9 represents a variation of a magnet for a new motor design Draw the magnet Select the appropriate drawing unit of measurement, drawing area, and object snap modes Do not include dimensions, but save the drawing as magnetdwg
Fig 10-9
Part 2: Drawing Aids and Controls
Wohlers: Applying AutoCAD 2010
II Drawing Aids and Controls
10 Object Snap
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2010
Review & Activities
2 Suppose your company supplies special machine parts for a plastic injection molding company Draw the new design for a pivot arm to swing the mold halves apart, as shown in Fig 10-10 Use the Quick Setup wizard and select the appropriate drawing unit of measurement and drawing area Set the appropriate object snap modes Do not include dimensions Save the drawing as injectiondwg
Fig 10-10
3 The three gures in Fig 10-11 are constructed of polygons according to the following rules: a There are as many polygons as there are sides to the polygons b All polygons, except the two on the ends, share a single edge with each of two other polygons If we imagine these gures to be groups of blocks sitting on a horizontal surface, then all three groups are stable (assuming a fair amount of friction between the surfaces) Using the Edge option of the POLYGON command with either the Intersection or the Endpoint object snap, draw similar groupings of hexagons and heptagons Draw them as though they were sitting on a horizontal surface, and be sure to follow the two rules stated above Is either grouping unstable Can you formulate a general rule about the stability of such groupings that would apply to polygons with any number of sides
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