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Lesson 1: Introduction
'tb Case Study
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Lesson 3: Surface Design
'.' Step 1: Access the workbench ~, Step 2: Create the wireframe geometry '. Exercise 3A .' Exercise 38 • Step 3: Create the surface geometry '.' Exercise 3C •• Exercise 3D 'f Exercise 3E '.' Step 4: Perform operations 't' Step 5: Solidify the model ••' Exercise 3F t Exercise 3G t· Exercise 3H 'f Case Study: Surface Design

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Step 1: Review the user interface

• Step 2: Importance of parent/child ... .' Step 3: Organizing a Model '*, Case Study: Introduction
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Lesson 2: Design Complex Parts
<.' Step 1: Create sketched-based features '11" Exercise 2A ,~ Exercise 28
'.' Exercise 2C '.' Exercise 20 ~ Step 2: Create Dress-up Features
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'\" Lesson 4: Analyze and Annotate Parts

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'*' Step 1: Analyze the Part Exercise 4A '*' Exercise 48
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t' Step 2: Create 3D Constraints
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'.' Exercise 2G ,,~ Step 3: Use the Multi-8ody Method
't Step 4: Create Multi-Model Links

·t Case Study: Analyze and Annotate Parts

'.' Exercise 40

'. Exercise 2H <+ Exercise 21 11, Case Study: Design Complex Parts

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• Lesson 5: Sharing Information
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Step 1: Create a power copy Exercise 58 Step 3: Create a design table

+ Step 1: Clarify the display
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+ Exercise 78
t Step 2: Create contextual parts

1!. Step 2: Create parameters and formulas
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'1'" Exercise 5C

+ Exercise 7D
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". Step 3: Create assembly features t Step 4: Manipulate the contextual comp ... ., Step 5: Save the model ·t, Exercise 7F
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.". Exercise 5D . ~. Step 4: Create a catalog ~. Exercise 5E ~( Exercise 5F

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i Case Study: Sharing Information
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Lesson 6: Assembly Design
6-5 . ~. Step 2: Create the Flexible Sub- Assembly ·f Exercise 6A
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f· Step 3: Analyze the Assembly
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, Case Study: Contextual Design

+ Geometric Constraints
f( Step 1: Manage the product structure

,. Dimensional Constraints 6-18 6-37 6-49 6-62 6-70 6-102 6-112 6-122 6-143 6-158 6-168 6-182 6-194

• Lesson 8: Complex Assembly Design

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+ Step 1: Create the skeleton model
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Exercise 6D

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¥ Exercise 6E
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• Step 2: Create the pUblished elements • Step 3: Use the published elements ¥ Exercise 8D '.' Exercise 8E .•.. Exercise 8F
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Master Project 1: Mobile Phone
,t, Master Project: Overview
'f' Master Project: Battery Reservation Space

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,t, Master Project: Mobile Phone Bottom Case

+ Master Project: Modifying the Design
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Analyze and Modify the Design

Master Project 2: Lifting Truck
,t, Master Project: Overview
'f> Master Project: Reuse the Existing V4 Jack

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'1'" Master Project: Design of Right Fork Assembly

't· Master Project: Design of Left Fork Assembly

.,? Master Project: Jack Clearance Check

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