Saturday, February 25, 2017

Sliding Latch of Door (Solid Edge Tutorial)

Sliding Latch of Door

Serial No. 34

Sliding Latch of Door (Solid Edge Tutorial)

In this Solid Edge ST9 Tutorial we will describe how to build the model of a ‘Sliding Latch of Door’. It is a part modeling and assembly modeling tutorial. This assembly consist three part files that are positioned according to design intent by using Assembly Constraints and give you an idea of Sliding Latch mechanism.

It will cover the following topics.

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• Creating 2D Sketches on different Planes.

• Use some sketch constraints as Connect, Parallel, Concentric, Collinear, Perpendicular, Symmetric, Horizontal/Vertical, Equal etc. that are applied on during sketch creation to prepare the fully defined sketches.

• Use feature commands such as Extrude, Cut, Revolve, Lofted Protrusion, Lofted Cutout, Add Body, Chamfer etc.

• Use the ‘Lofted Protrusion’ command creates a protrusion by connecting multiple cross section.

• Use the ‘Lofted Protrusion’ command creates a cutout by connecting multiple cross section.

• Use the ‘Add Body’ command to create multiple bodies in a single part file.

• Use the Cut command to removes a defined portion of the part.

• Use the ‘Revolved Cut’ and ‘Revolve’ command with the ‘Symmetric’ and ‘Revolved Cut-Keypoints’ option to specify, where the feature will be created from start at an end .

• Use Extrude command with various operations such as symmetric, extrude-through all, finite extent.

• Use assembly commands such as Flash Fit, Axial Align mate, Mate/Planar Align command etc.

• How to insert component into the assembly using drag and drop from parts library by using ‘Insert Component’ command.

• How to mate the parts by using ‘Flash Fit’ command in the assembly.

• How to set the mate offset value between the two component in the Mate/Planar Align command.

• How to rotate and moving part by using ‘Drag Component’ command.

• How to check the minimum distance between two components by using ‘Measuring Minimum Distance’ command.

• How to automatically adopt the measure the distance value in ‘Planar Align’ command by applying between faces on the two components, to change the setting in the ‘Planar Align’ command (Planar Align - Options) and select the ‘Use distance between faces as default offset’ option.

• How to detect the collision between two components, to change the setting in the ‘Drag Component’ command (Analysis Options) and select the ‘Stop movement when collision occurs’ option.

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Click the following link to get the model file: - http://a360.co/2lTs235