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Inventor

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15 20 25 510 Random Facts Inventor Sketch Up Draft Sight 3Ds Max 5 5 5 5 10 15 20 25 20 Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six

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Random Facts In 3 dimensional Geometry, a point on the horizontal line is the ___ coordinate. Show Answer

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Random Facts Answer: X coordinate Back to Board

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Random Facts Question for 10 points In Cartisian Coordinates the vertical line is called the … Show Answer

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Design Process Answer for 10 Points Y coordinate Back to Board

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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

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Random Facts Answer for 15 Points Z coordinate Back to Board

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Random Facts Question for 20 Points Any 3 dimensional shape will have a Height, Width and ______. Show Answer

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Design Process Answer for 20 Points Depth Back to Board

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Design Process Question for 25 Points Place Depth, height and Width in XYZ order. Show Answer

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Design Process Answer for 25 Points Width, height, Depth Back to Board

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In Sketch Up, to make a 3x5 rectangle you… Show Answer

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Use the Rectangle tool and enter 3 and 5 Back to Board

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Sketch Up can only be used for: a.Room design b.Designing a house c.Rough sketch of a part Show Answer

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All of these and more Back to Board

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In Sketch Up Orbit is used to: Show Answer

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Turn an object around and over an look at it from any and all angles Back to Board

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Push/Pull is used to: Show Answer

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‘extrude’ a 2D object into a 3D shape. Back to Board

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In Sketch Up, Changing Materials and colors is found in the ____ Icon Show Answer

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Materials (or paint bucket Icon). Back to Board

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Draft Sight is a generic version of ____ Show Answer

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Auto Cad Back to Board

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In Draft Sight, in order to make a 3 dimensional object you must first... Show Answer

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You can’t make a 3 dimensional object with Draft Sight. Back to Board

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The offset command in Draft Sight is used to: Show Answer

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Make lines parallel at a given distance from the original. Back to Board

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To make copies of an object with uniform spacing use the command: Show Answer

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Array. Back to Board

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To repeat a command in Draft Sight you: Show Answer

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Use the enter key and the same command comes back Back to Board

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When using Inventor, to start a new set of drawings you should: Show Answer

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Make a new project and Inventor will make a new folder for that project. Back to Board

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Give Four examples of Geometric Constraints Show Answer

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Constraints (Perpendicular, Parallel, Tangent, Coincident, Concentric, Collinear, Horizontal, Vertical, Equal, Fix, Symmetric Back to Board

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Show Answer What is an Assembly constraint?

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A parameter that defines the geometric relationships between components in a CAD assembly. Back to Board

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Name three assembly constraints. Show Answer

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… Back to Board Mate, flush, angle, tangent, insert

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What are the six degrees of Freedom? principles of design? Show Answer

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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.

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What is difference between the trim command in Draft Sight and Inventor? Show Answer

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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

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In 3Ds name one ‘Primitive’ shape Show Answer

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Box, sphere, cylinder, torus, Cone, Geosphere, Tube, Pyramid,Plane Back to Board

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In 3Ds, a Torus looks like a: Show Answer

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Donut Back to Board

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In 3Ds there are how many types of Hedra? Show Answer

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5 Back to Board

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In 3Ds how many views can you see at once? Show Answer

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In order to ‘Stretch’ something in 3Ds you use what tool? Show Answer

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Soft Selection Back to Board

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Who is the greatest teacher ever? Show Answer 302928272625242322212019181716151413121110987654321

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Back to Board Your Parental Units

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