**Autocad Mechanical 2000 – Tutorials – Design and Manufacturing.**

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Contents:

Chapter 1: Working with Templates

Chapter 2: Extending the Design of a Lever

Chapter 3: Dimensioning and Annotations

Chapter 4: Working with Layers and Layer Groups

Chapter 5: Working with a Bill of Material and a Parts List

Chapter 6: Working with Model Space and Layouts

Chapter 7: Designing a Cam

Chapter 8: Calculating Moment of Inertia and Deflection Line

Chapter 9: Creating a Shaft With Standard Parts.

Chapter 10: Performing a Shaft Calculation

Chapter 11: Working with Standard Parts

Chapter 12: Chain Calculation..

Chapter 13: Calculating a Spring

Chapter 14: Using FEA to Calculate Stress

Learning

**how to use AutoCAD Mechanical 2000**for all your**mechanical design**needs is exciting. This book contains a series of tutorials to teach you how to use AutoCAD Mechanical 2000. The tutorials provide a comprehensive overview of the**mechanical design process**as well.**Drawing**files have been included with the program specifically for the tutorials. These drawing files provide the initial state for starting the tutorial exercises.Prerequisites

Installing

**AutoCAD Mechanical 2000**with typical or full installation, the tutorial drawings will automatically be installed. Selecting the compact installation, the tutorial drawings will not be installed.If you select the custom installation, be sure that you have selected the online help files to install the tutorial drawings as well.

Because of the fact that the tutorial is completely based on ISO standard, please be sure to have the ISO standards selected during installation. If you have already

**installed AutoCAD Mechanical 2000**without the ISO standard part standard, please install the ISO standard part standard now.How the Tutorials Are Organized

The tutorials are organized so that each of the tutorial exercises deals with a special function or group of function in AutoCAD Mechanical 2000.

The tutorial exercises 9 to 14 deal with AutoCAD Mechanical 2000 Power Pack functions and can only be worked through if you have installed the Power Pack.

At the beginning of each tutorial, there is a list of Key Terms. These terms contain pertinent mechanical design terminology and definitions. Understanding the terms before you begin the lessons will help you in the tutorials.

Description of each chapter:

Chapter 1: Working with Templates

In this tutorial, you learn about the AutoCAD Mechanical predefined templates and how to create your own user-defined templates.

Chapter 2: Extending the Design of a Lever:

In this tutorial, you extend the design of an existing lever using various possibilities. You also create a drawing detail and some dimensioning options.

Chapter 3: Dimensioning and Annotations

In this tutorial, you learn how to add dimensions to your drawing with automatic dimensioning. Then you change the dimensions with Power Commands. You also learn how to add annotations to your drawing and insert a drawing border.

Chapter 4: Working with Layers and Layer Groups

In this tutorial, you learn more about the various commands used for working with layers and layer groups.

Chapter 5: Working with a Bill of Material and a Parts List

In this tutorial, you learn how to create and modify part references and balloons, insert and edit a parts list, and work with the bill of material (BOM) database

Chapter 6: Working with Model Space and Layouts

In this tutorial, you learn to create scale areas and viewports as well as detail views in model space and in the layout.

Chapter 7: Designing a Cam

In this exercise, you perform a cam calculation. The cam contour is calculated based on existing boundary conditions. Data for NC production is also created.

Chapter 8: Calculating Moment of Inertia and Deflection Line

In this tutorial, you calculate the moment of inertia for a profile section, and calculate the deflection line on a beam, based on the profile calculation.

Chapter 9: Creating a Shaft With Standard Parts.

In this tutorial, you learn how to use the shaft generator. You create and edit shaft sections. You also insert a bearing and perform a bearing calculation.

Chapter 10: Performing a Shaft Calculation

In this tutorial, you perform a calculation on an existing shaft. You apply various loads to a supported shaft, perform the calculation, and insert results into a drawing.

Chapter 11: Working with Standard Parts

In this tutorial, you learn to work with standard parts. You insert a screw connection, a hole, and a pin. You also edit the standard parts with Power Commands.

Chapter 12: Chain Calculation..

In this tutorial, you calculate a chain length and insert sprockets and chain links into a drawing.

Chapter 13: Calculating a Spring

In this tutorial, you calculate a spring for existing boundary conditions and insert the spring into a drawing. You also copy and edit the spring, using the Power Copy and Power Edit commands.

Chapter 14: Using FEA to Calculate Stress

In this tutorial, you calculate stresses in a lever, using the finite element analysis, and use the results to improve the design of the lever.

**Autocad Mechanical 2000 – Tutorials – Design and Manufacturing pdf.**

Book Details:

⏩Language: English

⏩Pages: 225

⏩Size: 2.15 MB

⏩Format: pdf

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