MEC 1012 - Design Communication II, Challenge
SkillsUSA 2005 Practical Exam
student must earn a passing grade on all challenges to earn a passing grade in
Reference the Vermont SkillsUSA Mechanical CADD
Competition 2005 Practical Exam handout.
the BASE do not presume that the conical wall is a constant thickness, but note
that the height of 13 counts for both an internal shelf and an outside crease.
cast parts (1 and 2) note that all cast radii are R1. Also, ignore draft and
Item 4 was a bonus for the competitors, but
it’s required for you.
all Ø 20 BASIC sizes at 20 mm. On your drawing use general dimensions on these
20 mm sizes, then right mouse/Tolerance… and choose ‘Limits/Fits –
Show size limits’ (second to last in list). Next, choose the appropriate tolerance
for hole or shaft (where uppercase letters designate holes and lowercase
dimensions are shown with a specific tolerance you should do the same (as in Part
4’s O.D. and Part 5’s I. D.).
other sizes may be toleranced with a general note.
must adhere to the standards of completeness and quality outlined in
Priorities 1 and 2 of the MEC 1011 Final Project
Produce a complete
set of working drawings using Autodesk Inventor. Set up and use an Inventor
project file in V:\MEC\1012\Spring_05\Challenge3\TXA\username. Use A-size
portrait or B-size landscape sheets.
Turn in a paper
package (stapled top left) consisting of:
Set of working
drawings (printed 1:1 with drawing scale of your choice. Fold B-size pages