Parametric Modeling with I-DEAS 12

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9781585032730: Parametric Modeling with I-DEAS 12

Parametric Modeling with I-DEAS 12 is written as a training guide. The text covers I-DEAS 12 and is a hands-on, exercise-intensive look at all the important concepts needed to do feature-based parametric solid modeling. The basic premise of this book is that the more models you create using I-DEAS, the better you learn the software.

CONTENTS:

1. Introduction

Development of Computer Geometric Modeling
Feature-Based Parametric Modeling
Getting Started with I-DEAS
Data Management Concepts
Model Files
Libraries
Catalogs
Project Name
Model File Name
Application Menu
Task Menu
Screen Layout
Mouse Buttons
Icon Panel
Top Menu Bars
Task and Application Specific Icon Panels
Display Icon Panel
Prompts
Quick Help
Icon Operation

2. Parametric Modeling Fundamentals

Starting I-DEAS
Units Setup
Step 1: Creating a rough sketch
Graphics Cursors
Dynamic Navigator
Dynamic Viewing Functions
Panning – [F1] and the Mouse
Zooming – [F2] and the mouse
Basic Editing – Using the Eraser
Creating a Single Line
Consideration of Design Intent
Step 2: Apply/Delete/Modify constraints and dimensions
Creating desired Dimensions
Modifying Dimensional Values
Pre-selection of Entities
Changing the Appearance of Dimensions
Repositioning Dimensions
Step 3: Completing the Base Solid Feature
Display Viewing Commands
Display Icon Panel
View icons
Shaded Solids
Hidden-line Removal
Wireframe Image
Redisplay & Refresh
Zoom-All
Zoom-In
Workplane
Workplane Appearance
Step 4: Adding additional features
Sketch In Place
Step 4-1: Adding an extruded feature
Step 4-2: Adding a cut feature
Extrusion – Cut option
Save the Part and Exit

3. Constructive Solid Geometry Concept

Binary Tree
The CSG Binary Tree of the Design
Units Setup
Base Feature
Modifying the Size of the Rectangle
Completing the Base Solid Feature
Creating the next solid feature
Creating a Cut feature
The second CUT feature
The third CUT Feature

4. Model History Tree and the BORN Technique

BORN technique
Modeling Strategy
Applying the BORN Technique using the Create Part option
Base Feature
Modifying Dimensional Values
Extrusion
Add Additional Features
Examining the History Tree
History Access Window
Rectangular Cut feature
Adding a Location Dimension
Modify Dimensions
Extrude – Until Next Option
Create the next Cut Feature
Examining the History Tree
History-based Part Modifications
A Design Change

5. Parametric Modeling Fundamentals

CONSTRAINTS and RELATIONS
Create Simple plate Designs
Automatic Application of Constraints – The Dynamic Navigator
Constrain and Dimension Options
Importance of Fully Constrained Geometry
Deleting Geometric Constraints
Adding Dimensional Constraints
Adding Geometric Constraints Manually
Over-constraining and Reference Dimensions
Adding Additional Geometry and Constraints
Opening a New Model File
Applying the BORN Technique
Creating the 2D sketch
Modifying Dimensional Values
Dimensional Values and Dimensional Variables
Additional Parametric Relations
Adjusting the control dimensions

6. Geometric Construction Tools

Modeling Strategy
Applying the BORN Technique
Sketching with the Focus option
Using the Trim/Extend Command
Examining and Adding necessary Constraints
Modifying Dimensional Values
Copy the Sketch using the Move Command
First Construction Method – Trim/Extend
Creating 2-D Fillets
Second Construction Method – Haystack Geometry
Creating Additional 2-D Fillets on the Section
Extrusion
Create an Offset Feature
Completing the CUT feature

7. 3-D Annotation and Associated Drawings

3-D Annotation and 2-D Drawings from 3-D Parts
Changing the Color of the 3-D Model
3-D Annotation – Linear Dimension
Changing the Appearance of Dimensions
Adding Additional 3-D Annotation
First Method - Model Views
Display Filter
Second Method - Multiple Viewports
The Master Drafting Application
Repositioning the Work View
Hiding View Borders and View Names
Hiding Dimensions and Projected Entities
Adding Centerlines
Adding Additional Reference Dimensions
Changing the Displayed Hidden Line Style
Associative Functionality - Modifying the Solid Model
Printing the 2-D Drawing

8. Symmetrical Features in Designs

A Symmetrical Design
Modeling Strategy
Applying the BORN Technique
Creating the Base Feature
Creating a Revolved Feature
Mirroring Features
Creating an Extruded Feature as a Pattern Leader
Circular Pattern
Creating a Template Title Block
Adding 2-D Views
Add a Section View
Resizing the Views and Completing the Drawing

9. Feature Interactions and Reference Geometry

Reference Geometry
Modeling Strategy
Applying the BORN Technique
Base Feature
Create a Reference Plane
Creating a 2-D Sketch on the Reference Plane
Modifying Dimensions
Making the First Cut Feature
Second Cut – Without Creating a New Reference Plane
Completing the Second Cut
Third Cut – Using A New Reference Plane
Parametric Relations
Completing the Third Cut
Creating a Drill-Hole Using the REVOLVE Command
Parametric Relations
Completing the Revolved Cut
A Drill Through Hole
A Design Change

10. Three-Dimensional Construction Tools

A Thin-walled Design
Modeling Strategy
Applying the BORN Technique
The Base Feature
Create an OFFSET Feature
Extrude using the Draft Angle option
Extract Section
Put Away the solid object
Modify the Extracted Geometry
Retrieve the solid object from the BIN
Create the next Extrusion
Creating 3-D Rounds and Fillets
Creating 3-D Fillets - Edge Chain option
The Shell Feature
Changing the Color of the 3-D Model
Creating a Rectangular Pattern
Creating Another Rectangular Pattern

11. Part Modeling - Finishing Touches

Summary of Modeling Considerations
Modeling Strategy
Applying the BORN Technique
The Base Feature
Creating the Second feature
Create a 2-D Sketch on the XY-plane
Create a Cylindrical Feature
Create a Hole through the Cylinder
Create Holes on the Base Feature
Adding 3-D Rounds and Fillets
Creating Chamfers

12. Assembly Modeling - Putting It All Together

Assembly Modeling Methodology

The Bottom Up approach

The Top Down approach

The Middle Out approach
Additional Parts
Retrieve the Models from the BIN
The Master Assembly Application
Acquiring parts from the model file and establishing a hierarchy
Placing the First Component in the Assembly model
Assembly Constraints
Degrees of Freedom and Constraints
Fully Constrained Component
Placing a Part
Changing the Orientation the Part
Locking the Part
Adjusting the Orientation of the Screw
Assemble the Screw
Duplicating an instance
Exploded View of the Assembly

Index

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