9781585030842

Parametric Modeling With I-Deas 9

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    9781585030842

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    1585030848

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  • Copyright: 2002-05-01
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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Introduction
2(1)
Development of Computer Geometric Modeling
2(4)
Feature-Based Parametric Modeling
6(1)
Getting Started with I-DEAS
7(1)
I-DEAS Data Management Concepts
7(1)
Model Files
8(1)
Libraries
8(1)
Catalogs
8(1)
Starting I-DEAS
9(1)
Project Name
9(1)
Model File Name
10(1)
Application Menu
10(1)
Task Menu
10(1)
I-DEAS Screen Layout
11(1)
Mouse Buttons
12(1)
Icon Panel
13(1)
Top Menu Bars
13(1)
Task and Application Specific Icon Panel
13(1)
Display Icon Panel
14(1)
Prompts
14(1)
Quick Help
14(1)
Icon Operation
15(1)
Leaving I-DEAS
15
Parametric Modeling Fundamentals
Introduction
2(1)
The Adjuster Block Design
2(1)
Starting I-DEAS
3(1)
Units Setup
4(1)
Creating Rough Sketches
5(1)
Step 1: Creating a rough sketch
6(1)
Graphics Cursors
7(1)
Dynamic Navigator
7(3)
Dynamic Viewing Functions
10(1)
Panning---[F1] and the Mouse
10(1)
Zooming---[F2] and the mouse
10(1)
Basic Editing---Using the Eraser
11(1)
Creating a Single Line
12(1)
Consideration of Design Intent
13(1)
Step 2: Apply/Delete/Modify constraints and dimensions
14(1)
Creating desired Dimensions
15(1)
Modifying Dimensional Values
16(2)
Pre-selection of Entities
18(2)
Changing the Appearance of Dimensions
20(1)
Repositioning Dimensions
21(1)
Step 3: Completing the Base Solid Feature
22(1)
Display Viewing Commands
23(1)
Display Icon Panel
23(1)
View Icons
24(1)
Shaded Solids
24(1)
Hidden-line Removal
25(1)
Wireframe Image
25(1)
Redisplay & Refresh
25(1)
Zoom-All
25(1)
Zoom-In
25(1)
Workplane---It is an XY CRT, but an XYZ World
26(1)
Workplane Appearance
27(2)
Step 4: Adding additional features
29(1)
Sketch In Place
29(1)
Step 4-1: Adding an extruded feature
30(3)
Step 4-2: Adding a cut feature
33(2)
Extrusion---Cut option
35(1)
Saving the Part and Exit I-DEAS
36(1)
Questions
37(1)
Exercises
38
Constructive Solid Geometry Concept
Introduction
2(1)
Binary Tree
3(1)
The Locator Design
4(1)
Starting I-DEAS
5(1)
The CSG Binary Tree of the Locator Design
6(1)
Units Setup
7(1)
Base Feature
7(1)
Modifying the Size of the Rectangle
8(1)
Completing the Base Solid Feature
9(3)
Creating a Cut feature
12(4)
The second CUT feature
16(2)
The Third CUT Feature
18(2)
Save the Part and Exit I-DEAS
20(1)
Questions
21(1)
Exercises
22
Model History Tree and the BORN Technique
Introduction
2(1)
The BORN technique
3(1)
The Saddle Bracket Design
4(1)
Modeling Strategy
5(1)
Starting I-DEAS
6(1)
Applying the BORN Technique using the Create Part option
7(1)
Base Feature
8(1)
Modifying Dimensional Values
9(1)
Extrusion
10(1)
Add Additional Features
11(4)
Examining the History Tree
15(1)
History Access Window
16(2)
Rectangular Cut feature
18(1)
Adding a Location Dimension
19(1)
Modify Dimensions
20(1)
Extrude---Until Next Option
20(2)
Create the next Cut Feature
22(3)
Examining the History Tree
25(1)
History-based Part Modifications
26(1)
A Design Change
27(6)
Questions
33(1)
Exercises
34
Parametric Modeling Fundamentals
Constraints and Relations
2(1)
Create a Simple plate Design
2(1)
Starting I-DEAS
3(1)
Applying the BORN Technique
3(4)
Modifying Dimensional Values
7(1)
Dimensional Values and Dimensional Variables
8(2)
Additional Parametric Relations
10(2)
Adjusting the control dimensions
12(1)
Opening a New Model File
13(1)
Automatic Application of Constraints---The Dynamic Navigator
13(3)
Constrain and Dimension Options
16(2)
Importance of Fully Constrained Geometry
18(1)
Deleting Geometric Constraints
18(1)
Adding Dimensional Constraints
19(1)
Adding Geometric Constraints Manually
19(3)
Over-constraining and Reference Dimensions
22(1)
Adding Additional Geometry and Constraints
23(3)
Questions
26(1)
Exercises
27
Geometric Construction Tools
Introduction
2(1)
The Gasket Design
2(1)
Modeling Strategy
3(1)
Starting I-DEAS
4(1)
Applying the BORN Technique
4(1)
Sketching with the Focus option
5(3)
Using the Trim/Extend Command
8(2)
Examining and Adding necessary Constraints
10(2)
Modifying Dimensional Values
12(1)
Making a Copy of the Sketch using the Move Command
13(2)
First Construction Method---Trim/Extend
15(2)
Creating 2-D Fillets
17(1)
Second Construction Method---Haystack Geometry
18(2)
Creating Additional 2-D Fillets on the Section
20(1)
Extrusion
21(1)
Create an Offset Feature
22(2)
Completing the CUT feature
24(2)
Questions
26(1)
Exercises
27
Parametric Expression and Reference Geometry
Reference Geometry
2(1)
The Guide Block Design
2(1)
Modeling Strategy
3(1)
Starting I-DEAS
4(1)
Applying the BORN Technique
5(1)
Base Feature
6(4)
Create a Reference Plane
10(1)
Creating a 2-D Sketch on the Reference Plane
11(1)
Modifying Dimensions
12(1)
Making the First Cut Feature
13(1)
Second Cut---Without Creating a New Reference Plane
14(1)
Completing the Second Cut
15(1)
Third Cut---Using A New Reference Plane
16(3)
Parametric Relations
19(1)
Completing the Third Cut
20(1)
Creating a Drill-Hole Using the REVOLVE Command
21(1)
Parametric Relations
22(1)
Completing the Revolved Cut
23(1)
A Drill Through Hole
24(2)
A Design Change
26(1)
Questions
27(1)
Exercises
28
3-D Annotation and Associated Drawings
3D Annotation and Drawings from Parts
2(1)
Changing the Color of the 3D Model
3(1)
3D Annotation---Linear Dimension
4(4)
Changing the Appearance of Dimensions
8(2)
Adding Additional 3D Annotation
10(3)
First Method---Model Views
13(2)
Display Filter
15(1)
Second Method---Multiple Viewports
16(3)
The I-DEAS Master Drafting Application
19(3)
Repositioning the Work View
22(1)
Hiding View Borders and View Names
23(1)
Hiding Dimensions and Projected Entities
24(1)
Adding Centerlines
25(2)
Adding Additional Reference Dimensions
27(1)
Changing the Displayed Hidden Line Style
28(1)
Associative Functionality---Modifying the Solid Model
29(3)
Printing the 2D Drawing
32(1)
Questions
33(1)
Exercises
34
Symmetrical Features in Designs
Introduction
2(1)
A Symmetrical Design: PULLEY
2(1)
Modeling Strategy---A Symmetrical Design
3(1)
Starting Up I-DEAS
4(1)
Applying the BORN Technique
5(1)
Creating the Base Feature
6(2)
Creating a Revolved Feature
8(1)
Mirroring Features
9(1)
Creating an Extruded Feature as a Pattern Leader
10(2)
Circular Pattern
12(2)
Creating a Template Title Block
14(4)
Adding 2D Views
18(3)
Add a Section View
21(1)
Resizing the Views and Completing the Drawing
22(1)
Questions
23(1)
Exercises
24
Three-Dimensional Construction Tools
Introduction
2(1)
A Thin-walled Design: Oil Pan
2(1)
Modeling Strategy
3(1)
Starting Up I-DEAS
4(1)
Applying the BORN Technique
5(1)
The Base Feature
6(2)
Create an OFFSET Feature
8(2)
Extrude using the Draft Angle option
10(1)
Extract Section
11(1)
Put Away the solid object
12(1)
Modify the Extracted Geometry
12(2)
Retrieve the solid object from the BIN
14(1)
Create the next Extrusion
15(1)
Creating 3-D Rounds and Fillets
16(1)
Creating 3-D Fillets---Edge Chain option
17(1)
The Shell Feature
18(1)
Changing the Color of the 3-D Model
19(1)
Creating a Rectangular Pattern
20(2)
Creating Another Rectangular Pattern
22(2)
Questions
24(1)
Exercises
25
Part Modeling---Finishing Touches
Introduction
2(1)
Summary of Modeling Considerations
2(1)
The BRACKET Design
2(1)
Modeling Strategy
3(1)
Start Up I-DEAS
4(1)
Applying the BORN Technique
5(1)
The Base Feature
6(3)
Creating the Second feature
9(4)
Create a 2-D Sketch on the XY-plane
13(3)
Create a Cylindrical Feature
16(2)
Create a Hole through the Cylinder
18(1)
Create Holes on the Base Feature
19(2)
Adding 3-D Rounds and Fillets
21(2)
Creating Chamfers
23(2)
Questions
25(1)
Exercises
26
Assembly Modeling-Putting It All Together
Introduction
2(1)
The BRACKET Assembly
2(1)
Assembly Modeling Methodology
3(1)
The Bottom Up approach
3(1)
The Top Down approach
3(1)
The Middle Out approach
3(1)
Additional parts
4(1)
Base Plate
4(1)
Starting I-DEAS
4(1)
Creating the Base-Plate part
5(3)
Bushing
7(1)
Cap Screw
7(1)
Retrieve the Models from the BIN
8(1)
The I-DEAS Master Assembly Application
9(1)
Acquiring parts from the model file and establish an hierarchy
10(1)
Placing the First Component in the Assembly model
11(1)
Assembly Constraints
12(2)
Degrees of Freedom and Constraints
14(3)
Fully Constrained Component
17(1)
Placing the Bushing
18(1)
Changing the Orientation the Bushing Part
19(2)
Locking the Bushing part
21(1)
Adjusting the Orientation of the Cap-Screw
22(1)
Assemble the Cap-Screw
23(3)
Duplicating an instance
26(1)
Exploded View of the Assembly
27(1)
Conclusion
28(1)
Questions
29(1)
Exercise
30(1)
Base Plate
31(1)
Sliding Block
31(1)
Lifting Block
32(1)
Adjusting Screw
32
Index

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