Tad 330 Brian Richmond

Introduction: Tad 330 Brian Richmond

This instructable will walk you through the creation of each part as well as how to create the assembly and drawings.

Step 1:

After opening an Inches file in inventor start on the base. First create the basic shape of the base.

Step 2:

Add the pieces on the side that will be used to secure the base down.

Step 3:

Add the correct sized holes to the side feet of the base.

Step 4:

Change the material of the base to cast iron. Once you have done this then the base is completed.

Step 5:

Begin work on the jaw by creating the rough shape. You will add the details in the next step.

Step 6:

Add the remaining details to the jaw until it looks like this.

Step 7:

Change the material type of the jaw to cast iron. Once you have changed the material then the jaw is complete.

Step 8:

Create the simple key model with the dimensions given by the book. Then change the material type to alloy steel.

Step 9:

Create the screw from the dimensions given. Once completed you should change the material type to alloy steel. It should look like this once it is finished.

Step 10:

The handle rod is a simple feature. Once you model it by the correct dimensions from the book you will need to change the material type to alloy steel.

Step 11:

The last piece you will need to model before the assembly is the handle knob. Once you have finished modeling the knob you should change the material type to alloy steel. It should look like this once you have completed it.

Step 12:

To begin the assembly you will want to bring in the base and set it ground to origin. Then you can bring in the jaw and two keys. You will want to constrain the two keys in the slots of the jaw.

Step 13:

For this step you will need to constrain the jaw and key combo to the base. You can refer to this picture for help. Once you have done that you are ready for the next step.

Step 14:

For this step you will want to bring the screw into the assembly space.

Step 15:

Constrain the screw so that is passes through the first hole but lines up with the back of the second one. Refer back to the image for clarification.

Step 16:

After constraining the screw you will want to bring in the handle rod and place it next to the assembly.

Step 17:

Now you will need to constrain the handle rod into the open hole at the end of the screw. This will be used to turn the vise.

Step 18:

For step 18 you will need to bring in two of the handle knobs. These will be the final pieces on the assembly.

Step 19:

The last step of the assembly is to constrain the two handle knobs at opposite ends of the handle rod. You have now completed the assembly! Now on to the next step!

Step 20:

Now, you will want to create a presentation file within inventor of the completed assembly. You will then pull each part away from the assembly insuring not to overlap any parts.

Step 21:

Create a drawing in inventor and bring in the iso view of the completed assebly. Make sure to change the sheet size to B.

Step 22:

Using the exploded view you created. Make a second sheet in the drawing and add a parts list with auto balloons.

Step 23:

Create a third sheet within the drawing and bring in the base. Give the needed dimensions, make hidden lines visible, and make the iso view shaded.

Step 24:

Create another sheet and bring in the jaw component. Give the needed dimensions, make hidden lines visible, and make the iso view shaded.

Step 25:

Create another sheet within the drawing and bring in the key. Give the needed dimensions, make hidden lines visible, and make the iso view shaded.

Step 26:

While creating another sheet within the drawing you will want to bring in the screw. Give the needed dimensions, make hidden lines visible, and make the iso view shaded.

Step 27:

For the handle rod you will want to create another sheet in the drawing. Then give the needed dimensions, make hidden lines visible, and make the iso view shaded.

Step 28:

For the last piece in the drawing you will want to bring in the handle knob on a new sheet. Be sure to give the needed dimensions, make hidden lines visible, and make the iso view shaded.

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