I have created ten engineering drawings:
- A servo
- Servo horn 1
- Servo horn 2
- Servo horn 3
- Servo horn 4
- Servo horn 5
- Servo horn 6
- Rubber grommet
- Brass sleeve
- The assembly
- Create CAD part files for all of the parts
- Download the screws for the assembly. The screws can be found at http://mcmaster.com. Search for the part numbers indicated in the bill of materials. Click on the CAD link. Download a 3-D Solidworks file and then open that in Inventor. If that does not work for any reason, try downloading a different file format - .stp files typically work as well.
- Based on the part files, create the engineering drawings.
- Your assembly drawing should contain the bill of materials and balloons that indicate what part is what.
- Export your drawings as .pdfs, combine them into one pdf file, and upload them to the TA's Google Drive Folder. You can combine multiple pdf files into one using several free online services.
- 4 pts
- Turn in all drawings to the TA - a single file is preferred
- Learn to read a engineering drawing
- Learn to create a part file with AutoDesk Inventor
- Learn to create a engineering drawing
- Learn how to work with assemblies
- Learn how to create an exploded view drawing with BOM (Bill of Materials)