MAE 1351 Introduction to Engineering Design Dr. Raul Fernandez –
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MAE 1351 Introduction to Engineering DesignDr. Raul Fernandez – Spring 2016Homework Assignment HW04Johnathan E. Lancaster (John) – 1234567890Lecture section 00X. Lab section 00X (TA: Mr. Smith)UT Arlington Honor CodeBy submitting this homework, I represent that I understand and am in full compliance with theacademic integrity policy as explained in the course syllabus.While collaboration among students is allowed, expected and encouraged in the process of learning thematerial, this homework assignment is not a group project. Therefore each answer submitted must beindividually worked out from the beginning and completed in whole by each and every student.
TEXTBOOK PROBLEMS FROM 6.16.4Follow these directions, not the ones in the book. You already drew at least one of these parts inSolidWorks in a previous assignment. Based on your knowledge of common manufacturing processes,build each part in SW as you would envision them being fabricated,renaming the featuresto reflectyour choice of material forming, addition, or removal operations.You are free to create the solid differently from how you approached before (i.e., build the part fromscratch). This time, make sure your solid model perfectly resembles the pictorial in the book (small bookmistakes notwithstanding; see note in HW02); the weight must be correct within ±5% to receive fullcredit. Assume, for simplicity, that all the parts are made out of Plain Carbon Steel.Ensure that your feature tree is visible so that we can read what manufacturing operations you selectedto “build” the part, each giving rise to a particular feature. If the feature tree exceeds the availablescreen space, simply show the tree starting at the beginning. Expand the tree window laterally as to beable to read each feature name (manufacturing operation) in full.Insert an annotation on the upper right hand with a short sentence describing each manufacturingoperation—effectively an expanded version of your feature tree. Insert an annotation below and to theright of the part with the words “DRAWN BY: <your first and last name in capitals>,” followed by a linebelow with the words “WEIGHT: <weight> <g or lb consistent with drawing units>.”In the graphics window, show your final solid part in the same view orientation and style as seen in theproblem pictorial, neatly centered and with minimal margins. No need to show dimensions.Begin in the following page with each of the problems requested, one page per problem. An example ofwhat your screen capture should look like is shown below.
TEXTBOOK PROBLEMS 6.16.4a