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  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-1

    Skateboard

    Baseplate A. Base.Step 1. Click File Menu > New.

    Step 2. Click Part Metric from the list and click OK.

    Step 3. Click Top Plane in the Feature Manager and click Sketch

    from the Content toolbar, Fig. 1.

    Step 4. Click Center Rectangle (S) in the Rectangle flyout

    on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 5. Draw a rectangle starting at the

    Origin , Fig. 2.

    Step 6. Click Smart Dimension (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 7. Dimension as shown in Fig. 3.

    Step 8. Click Zoom to Fit (F) on the View toolbar.

    Step 9. Click Sketch Fillet (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 10. In the Property Manager set:

    Radius 6, Fig. 4 click each corner of rectangle, Fig. 5 click OK twice .

    Step 11. Click Features on the Command Manager toolbar.

    Step 12. Click Extruded Boss/Base on the Features toolbar.

    Chapter 2

    Fig. 3

    Fig. 5

    Corners

    4/28/12

    Fig. 1

    Fig. 4

    Fig. 2

    Origin

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  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-2

    Step 13. In the Property Manager set: under Direction 1

    Depth 5.8

    click Draft On 5 degrees (inward)

    and click OK , Fig. 6 and Fig. 7.

    B. Save as "BASEPLATE".Step 1. Click File Menu > Save As.

    Step 2. Key-in BASEPLATE for the filename and press ENTER.

    C. Bolt Holes.Step 1. Click the top face of base and click Sketch on

    the Content menu, Fig. 7.

    Step 2. Click Normal To on the Views toolbar (Ctrl-8).

    Step 3. Click Center Rectangle (S) in the Rectangle flyout

    on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 4. Draw a rectangle starting below the Origin , Fig. 9.

    Step 5. Right click drawing and click Select from menu to unselect Center Rectangle tool.

    Step 6. Ctrl click the Origin and the centerpoint of the rectangle to select both. Release Ctrl key

    and click Make Vertical on the Content menu, Fig. 10.

    Step 7. Click Smart Dimension

    (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 8. Dimension as shown in Fig. 11.

    Fig. 9

    Origin

    Fig. 10

    Ctrl click Origin and center of rectangle

    Fig. 11

    Fig. 6

    Fig. 7

    Fig. 8

    Top face

  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-3

    Step 9. Click Exit Sketch on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 11. Click Features on the Command Manager toolbar.

    Step 12. Click Hole Wizard on the Features toolbar.

    Step 13. In the Property Manager on the Type tab set: under Hole Type

    click Hole , Fig. 12 under Standard: select ANSI Metric under Type: select Drill sizes under Hole Specification: Size: 4.3 End Condition to Through All click Positions tab at the top of the Property Manager, Fig. 12 click the 4 corners of the rectangle, Fig. 13 click OK in the Hole Wizard Property Manager.

    D. Top Boss.

    Step 1. Click Sketch2 in the Feature Manager and click Hide on the Content menu, Fig. 14.

    Step 2. Click Isometric on the View toolbar. (Ctrl-7)

    Step 3. Click the top face of the base and click Sketch

    on the Content menu, Fig. 15.

    Step 4. Click Normal To on the Views toolbar (Ctrl-8).

    Step 5. Click Centerline in the Line flyout on the Sketch toolbar.

    Fig. 13Fig. 12

    Fig. 14

    Fig. 15

    Top face

  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-4

    Step 6. Draw a vertical centerline through the Origin , Fig. 16.

    Step 7. Right click drawing and click Select from menu to unselect Cen-terline tool.

    Step 8. Click the vertical centerline to select it, Fig. 16.

    Step 9. Click Dynamic Mirror on the Sketch toolbar or Tools Menu > Sketch Tools > Dynamic Mirror, Fig. 17.

    Step 10. Click Spline (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 11. Draw 4 point spline between top edge and the bottom endpoint of centerline, Fig. 16. To draw spline, click top edge on left side of Dynamic Mirror, Point 1, Fig. 17. Click approximately where Point 2 and Point 3 are posi-tioned. Click Point 4 at bottom endpoint of centerline. Press Escape to end the spline.

    Step 12. Ctrl click the two splines to select both splines. Release Ctrl key and

    click Make Tangent on the Content menu, Fig. 18.

    Step 13. Click Line (L) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 14. Draw line across the top between one endpoint of spline and end-point of centerline to close the sketch, Fig. 19.

    Step 15. Click Smart Dimension (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 16. Dimension as shown in Fig. 20. Move cursor along spline and spline point will highlight.

    Fig. 17

    Dynamic Mirror

    Fig. 18

    Fig. 19

    Ctrl click Splines

    Draw line between spline and centerline

    Fig. 20

    1

    2

    34

    Fig. 16

    Centerline

  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-5

    Step 17. Click Features on the Command Manager toolbar.

    Step 18. Click Extruded Boss/Base on the Features toolbar.

    Step 19. Click Isometric on the View toolbar. (Ctrl-7)

    Step 20. In the Property Manager set: under Direction 1

    Depth to 25

    click Draft On 12 degrees (inward)

    click OK , Fig. 21 and Fig. 22.

    E. CUT Sketch.

    Step 1. Click Right Plane in the Feature Manager and click Sketch from the Content toolbar, Fig. 23.

    Step 2. Click Normal To on the Standard Views toolbar. (Ctrl-8)

    Step 3. Click Line (L) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 4. Draw two lines as shown in Fig. 24. Click to place first endpoint of line, then hold down Ctrl key to disable adding relations while clicking the second endpoint of line. Double click line to end chain.

    Step 5. Click Smart Dimension (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 6. Dimension as shown in Fig. 25.

    Step 7. Click Spline (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 8. Draw spline between ends of lines, Fig. 26. Press Escape to end spline.

    Fig. 22

    Fig. 24

    Fig. 25

    Fig. 26

    Spline

    Fig. 21

    Fig. 23

  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-6

    Step 9. Create Tangent Relations between the spline and lines. To create Tangent Relations, Ctrl click a line and spline to select both. Release

    Ctrl key and click Make Tangent on the Content menu, Fig. 27. Repeat, add Tangent Relations between the other end of spline and other line, Fig. 28.

    Step 10. Click Features on the Command Manager toolbar.

    Step 11. Click Extruded Cut on the Features toolbar.

    Step 12. In the Cut-Extrude Property Manager set: End Condition to Through All the Direction arrow should point towards area to be cut away, Fig. 30. If arrow is pointing in wrong direction, click Flip side to cut, Fig. 29

    click OK .

    F. Clearance Cut.Step 1. Click Isometric on the

    View toolbar. (Ctrl-7)

    Step 2. Click the top face of the base and click Sketch

    on the Content menu, Fig. 31.

    Step 3. Click Normal To on the Views toolbar (Ctrl-8).

    Step 4. Click Circle (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 5. Draw two circles centered on the front holes, Fig. 32.

    Step 6. Click Smart Dimension (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 7. Dimension circle diameters 16 as shown in Fig. 32.

    Fig. 27

    Fig. 28

    Fig. 30

    Direction arrow

    Fig. 31Top face

    Fig. 32

    Ctrl click spline and line

    Ctrl click spline and line

    Fig. 29

  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-7

    Step 8. Click Features on the Command Manager toolbar.

    Step 9. Click Extruded Cut on the Features toolbar.

    Step 10. Click Isometric on the View toolbar. (Ctrl-7)

    Step 11. In the Property Manager set: End Condition Through All click Reverse

    direction

    click OK , Fig. 33 and Fig. 34.

    Step 12. Save. Use Ctrl-S.

    G. Create Plane1 for King Pin Hole.Step 1. Click Top Plane in the Feature Manager,

    Fig. 35.

    Step 2. Click Reference Geometry on the Fea-tures toolbar and Plane in flyout menu.

    Step 3. In the Plane Property Manager set: under First Reference Top Plane should be First Reference Plane

    click At angle set to 160, Fig. 36 uncheck Flip under Second Reference click bottom front edge of base, Fig. 37

    click OK .

    Fig. 34

    Fig. 37

    Edge

    Fig. 33

    Fig. 35

    Fig. 36

  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-8

    H. King Pin Hole.Step 1. Click Plane1 in the Feature Manager and click Normal To

    on the Content menu, Fig. 38.

    Step 2. Click Hole Wizard on the Features toolbar.

    Step 3. In the Property Manager on the Type tab set: under Hole Type

    Counterbore , Fig. 39under Standard: select ANSI Metric under Hole Specification: check Show custom sizing and set:

    Through Hole Diameter 9.5

    Counterbore Diameter 15

    Counterbore Depth 19 click Positions tab at top of Property Manager.

    Step 4. Click to place the hole above bottom of base and aligned with Origin, Fig. 40. Use inferencing line, the dotted line that appears to keep the Point (hole) aligned and above the Origin. Do not click on bottom face as we want the hole normal to the Plane.

    Step 5. Click Smart Dimension (S) on the Sketch toolbar.

    Step 6. Dimension between Point and the Origin 25 as shown in Fig. 41. Click OK in the Dimension Property Manager.

    Step 7. Click OK in the Hole Wizard Property Manager.

    Step 8. Save. Use Ctrl-S.

    Fig. 39

    Fig. 38

    Fig. 41Fig. 40

  • SolidWorkS 12 BASEPlATE SkATEBoArd PAgE 2-9

    I. Cut Counterbore King Pin Hole.Step 1.