2D Practical 3

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing the Video WorkSession for the Technical Sketch using Line Geometry. If necessary, review this Video WorkSession again prior to starting this Practical WorkSession
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF
  • Start this exercise using an appropriate template for 2D design.  At least 2 layers are required for the profile and the annotation.
  • Draw this sketch after completing the Video WorkSession for the Technical Sketch using Line Geometry,  using the methods discussed and demonstrated during the Video WorkSessions.
  • Use good design judgement and improvise as accurately as possible for missing dimensions.
  • Fully dimension the sketch using all appropriate dimensions.
  • Insert the hatch pattern, using good judgement to create the correct angle and spacing of the hatch pattern.
  • Create a single A3 landscape layout in the Paper workspace, labeling the viewport.

SUPPRORT FOR THIS SESSION  

2D Practical 2

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

NOTE :  Your name must be included in the file name of your submission.

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing the Video WorkSession for the Technical Sketch using Line Geometry. If necessary, review this Video WorkSession again prior to starting this Practical WorkSession
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF

  1. Start this exercise using an appropriate template for 2D design.  At least 2 layers are required for the profile and the annotation.
  2. Draw this sketch after completing the Video WorkSession for the Technical Sketch using Line Geometry,  using the methods discussed and demonstrated during the Video WorkSessions.
  3. Use good design judgement and improvise as accurately as possible for missing dimensions.
  4. Fully dimension the sketch using all appropriate dimensions.
  5. Insert the hatch pattern, using good judgement to create the correct angle and spacing of the hatch pattern.
  6. Create a single A3 landscape layout in the Paper workspace, labeling the viewport.

 

2D Practical 1

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing at least 2 Video WorkSessions.
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF
  1. Start this exercise using an appropriate template for 2D design.  At least 2 layers are required for the profile and the annotation.
  2. Draw both views of the sketch after completing at least 2 Tutorial exercises, using the methods discussed and demonstrated during the Video WorkSessions.
  3. Use good design judgement and improvise as accurately as possible for missing dimensions.
  4. Fully dimension the sketch using all appropriate dimensions.
  5. Insert the hatch pattern, using good judgement to create the correct angle and spacing of the hatch pattern.
  6. Create an A3 landscape layout in the Paper workspace, labeling the viewport.

3D Session 9 Assignment

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

NOTE :  Your name must be included in the file name of your submission.

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing Tutorial Session 9.
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF

  1. Construct 4 parts which form the design shown in 3D above.
  2. The parts can either be constructed from 2D profile geometry or solid primitives.
  3. 3D Tools which are used to create this design are extrusion (using compound profile); extrusion using a draft angle (taper angle); array, shell solid.
  4. Preserve your sketch profiles in the Blocks palette to use in the paper space layout.
  5. Create 3 viewports, showing different views of the 3D part only.

3D Session 8 Assignment

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

NOTE :  Your name must be included in the file name of your submission.

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing Tutorial Session 8 and before proceeding to Tutorial Session 9.
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF

  1. Start a new drawing using an appropriate template for 3D design;
  2. Draw 3 profiles for the basket to the measurements shown above.  The first profile was drawn, then the Offset tool was used to create the inner and outer offsets and the Z elevations as shown (20, 30);
  3. Use the Lofting tool to create the casing, then create a suitable wall thickness using the Shell Solid tool;
  4. Use your own measurements to draw the inner tray.  This part can be drawn outside the primary solid, then assembled, or drawn in place.
  5. Use Spheres to both create the cut-out segments in the tray and as the egg itself;
  6. Dimension the model when finished, showing all relevant dimensions;
  7. Create at least 4 views in the paper space layout, presenting each component, then create a viewport with the fully assembled model.
  8. At least one viewport must show a rendered view.
  9. Insert text to label the viewports.

3D Session 2 Assignment

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

NOTE :  Your name must be included in the file name of your submission.

  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing Tutorial Session 2 and before proceeding to Tutorial Session 3.
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF

Note : Navigate to your Quick Tutorial panel or click on this link to watch the 10 Minute Task | Spanner video to get some ideas of how to create this design.

  1. Draw the 2D geometry which represents the outer profile and the slot. 
  2. Draw the inner hexagonal shape using 2 hexagons, one rotated and copied on top of the first.  Use 2D Add or Format > Create Region to combine their areas.
  3. Make sure all the outer lines and arcs are connected using the Join Polyline tool.  Likewise, make sure the arcs which comprise the slot are formed into a continual contour.
  4. Dimension the sketch and store in the Blocks palette.  You will need to create a viewport of the 2D drawing, fully dimensioned at the end of the task.
  5. Extrude the objects to the required heights, then use the Boolean tools to add or subtract material.
  6. Apply a Blend to the outer edge of the profile.
  7. Dimension the model when finished, showing all relevant height dimensions.
  8. Apply suitable material properties and create a decorative surface if required.
  9. Create at least 3 views in the paper space layout, one showing the 2D sketch geometry and the dimensions.
  10. At least one viewport must show a rendered view.
  11. Insert text to label the viewports.

3D Session 7 Assignment

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

NOTE :  Your name must be included in the file name of your submission.

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing Tutorial Session 7 and before proceeding to Tutorial Session 8.
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF

  1. Draw the sketch using methods instructed during Tutorial Session 7;
  2. Some of the features used in creating this design are Extrusion Draft Angle; Revolve; Cylinder, Shell Solid; 3D Boolean functions, etc;
  3. Create each component as a separate part, then assemble them to create the finished design;
  4. Use your own measurements where none are provided, making every effort to keep all components in proportion to the finished model;
  5. Dimension only the appropriate height, width and depth dimensions to illustrate the overall scale of your design;
  6. Create at least 3 viewports, one of which must contain the assembled parts;
  7. Insert a titleblock into the paper space layout, inputting the correct information where necessary.

3D Session 6 Assignment

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

NOTE :  Your name must be included in the file name of your submission.

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing Tutorial Session 2 and before proceeding to Tutorial Session 3.
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF

  1. Start a new drawing using an appropriate template.
  2. Draw the 2D geometry for the propeller blade using your own dimensions.  Use the approximate measurements to those shown above right.  Use your own dimensions where none are supplied.
  3. 3D Objects used in this design include TorusExtrusion with 5º draft angleHemisphere.
  4. Apply a pressure load to the face of each propeller arm.
  5. Dimension the model when finished.
  6. Create 3 views in the paper space layout, one of which must show the hidden lines as dashed with the dimensions, shown above right. Use viewport > hidden line > show hidden lines as dashed.  Check the nonrenderable objects field to display the dimensions in a hidden line view.
  7. Insert text to label the viewports.

3D Session 4 Assignment

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

NOTE :  Your name must be included in the file name of your submission.

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing Tutorial Session 4 and before proceeding to Tutorial Session 5.
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF

  1. Start a new drawing using an appropriate template for 3D Design.
  2. Create and use the layers necessary for this design.
  3. Draw each component separately using your own dimensions. Attempt to make all components proportional in size. Refer to the practical drawing for this session for dimensional information if necessary.
  4. Features used in this design include : Cylinder, Torus, Sphere, Hemisphere, Extrusions and 2D/3D Boolean functions.
  5. The cone can either be drawn from a Solid Primitive or extruded from a profile using an outward-tapered draft angle.
  6. Blend edges where necessary to the specified radius .
  7. Dimension the model, showing all necessary height/depth measurements.
  8. Apply suitable material properties for this design.
  9. Create 3 views in the paper space layout, one of which must show the hidden lines as dashed. Use viewport > hidden line > show hidden lines as dashed to do this.
  10. Insert text to label the viewports.

3D Session 3 Assignment

PRACTICAL WORKSESSION

NOTE :  Your name must be included in the file name of your submission.

  • Practical Sessions contain sketches or drawings which must be completed, then uploaded by you.
  • This practical drawing must preferably be completed then uploaded after completing Tutorial Session 3 and before proceeding to Tutorial Session 4.
  • Upload your drawing using the facility provided below.
  • Your uploaded drawing is not automatically graded, however your Educator or Course Instructor will communicate with you if necessary.
  • A total of 5 Points will be added to your scoresheet for uploading this Practical exercise.


DESIGN BRIEF

  1. Start a new drawing using an appropriate template for 3D design;
  2. Draw the 2D profile using a continual polyline.  Use a grid if necessary;
  3. Extrude the profile to the appropriate depth, then use the Workplane to draw the new features;
  4. 3D Objects used in this design include Extrusion, Cylinder, Fillet Edges;
  5. Use your own measurements where none are provided, making every effort to keep all components in proportion to the finished model;
  6. Dimension the model when finished, showing all relevant dimensions;
  7. Create at least 2 views in the paper space layout, one of which must display a wireframe/hidden line view;
  8. At least one viewport must show a rendered view.
  9. Insert text to label the viewports.
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