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Random Facts In 3 dimensional Geometry, a point on the horizontal line is the ___ coordinate. Show Answer
Random Facts Answer: X coordinate Back to Board
Random Facts Question for 10 points In Cartisian Coordinates the vertical line is called the … Show Answer
Design Process Answer for 10 Points Y coordinate Back to Board
Random Facts Question for 15 Points In cartesian Coordinate terms, the line coming straight up from a paper sitting on your desk or straight down through the desk in the ….. Show Answer
Random Facts Answer for 15 Points Z coordinate Back to Board
Random Facts Question for 20 Points Any 3 dimensional shape will have a Height, Width and ______. Show Answer
Design Process Answer for 20 Points Depth Back to Board
Design Process Question for 25 Points Place Depth, height and Width in XYZ order. Show Answer
Design Process Answer for 25 Points Width, height, Depth Back to Board
In Sketch Up, to make a 3x5 rectangle you… Show Answer
Use the Rectangle tool and enter 3 and 5 Back to Board
Sketch Up can only be used for: a.Room design b.Designing a house c.Rough sketch of a part Show Answer
All of these and more Back to Board
In Sketch Up Orbit is used to: Show Answer
Turn an object around and over an look at it from any and all angles Back to Board
Push/Pull is used to: Show Answer
‘extrude’ a 2D object into a 3D shape. Back to Board
In Sketch Up, Changing Materials and colors is found in the ____ Icon Show Answer
Materials (or paint bucket Icon). Back to Board
Draft Sight is a generic version of ____ Show Answer
Auto Cad Back to Board
In Draft Sight, in order to make a 3 dimensional object you must first... Show Answer
You can’t make a 3 dimensional object with Draft Sight. Back to Board
The offset command in Draft Sight is used to: Show Answer
Make lines parallel at a given distance from the original. Back to Board
To make copies of an object with uniform spacing use the command: Show Answer
Array. Back to Board
To repeat a command in Draft Sight you: Show Answer
Use the enter key and the same command comes back Back to Board
When using Inventor, to start a new set of drawings you should: Show Answer
Make a new project and Inventor will make a new folder for that project. Back to Board
Give Four examples of Geometric Constraints Show Answer
Constraints (Perpendicular, Parallel, Tangent, Coincident, Concentric, Collinear, Horizontal, Vertical, Equal, Fix, Symmetric Back to Board
Show Answer What is an Assembly constraint?
A parameter that defines the geometric relationships between components in a CAD assembly. Back to Board
Name three assembly constraints. Show Answer
… Back to Board Mate, flush, angle, tangent, insert
What are the six degrees of Freedom? principles of design? Show Answer
Back to Board Degrees of Freedom:A component floating in space has six degrees of freedom:3 rotations around the X, Y, and Z axes.3 linear translations along the X, Y, and Z axes.
What is difference between the trim command in Draft Sight and Inventor? Show Answer
Inventor you just click on the part of the line you don’t want and in Draft Sight you must first enter the cutting edges Back to Board
In 3Ds name one ‘Primitive’ shape Show Answer
Box, sphere, cylinder, torus, Cone, Geosphere, Tube, Pyramid,Plane Back to Board
In 3Ds, a Torus looks like a: Show Answer
Donut Back to Board
In 3Ds there are how many types of Hedra? Show Answer
5 Back to Board
In 3Ds how many views can you see at once? Show Answer
Back to Board 4
In order to ‘Stretch’ something in 3Ds you use what tool? Show Answer
Soft Selection Back to Board
Who is the greatest teacher ever? Show Answer 302928272625242322212019181716151413121110987654321
Back to Board Your Parental Units
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