# Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191

Topics for Today
How to create solid models in AutoCAD by combining Primitive Solids Wednesday 

LAB #4 Report Due 
Do you have all the data that you need? 

LAB #5 
Material Joining and Beam Bending  Read Pre-lab before the lab (hence the prefix)

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Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Solid Modeling Technique 1) Create Primitive Solids 2) Combine the Primitive Solids What are the Primitives?     Block Prism Torus Pyramid     Cylinder Pipe Cone Sphere 2 Lecture 12 .AutoCAD .

Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Solid Modeling What operations that can be performed on the Primitive Solids?   Union Combine solids Subtract Use one solid to remove part of another solid Intersect Keep only what is common between two solids.AutoCAD 3 .  Lecture 12 .

Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Today s Lesson How would you create this object using solid primitives? Lecture 12 .AutoCAD 4 .

AutoCAD .Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Solid Primitives Step 1 Combine base shapes: .Cylinder Lecture 12 .Block 5 .

Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Solid Primitives Step 2 Subtract a cylinder to create the concentric hole Lecture 12 .AutoCAD 6 .

Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Solid Primitives Step 3 Subtract another cylinder to create the radius end of the slot Lecture 12 .AutoCAD 7 .

Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Solid Primitives Step 4 Subtract a block to create the remaining part of the slot Lecture 12 .AutoCAD 8 .

Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Solid Primitives Finished Part Lecture 12 .AutoCAD 9 .

Fundamentals of Engineering ± Honors ± ENGR H191 Assignments Dwg 29   AC3D #6 Guide-Block Follow lesson to create model Show the 3 orthographic views and the SE Isometric View with the standard title block Dwg 30   AC3D Lesson 6. Exercise 2 Create the using primitive solids Show the 3 orthographic views and the SE Isometric View with the standard title block 10 Lecture 12 .AutoCAD .