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4. On the Top plane, open a new sketch and draw a horizontal construction line across the cylinder, from the midpoint of one side to the midpoint of the other side. To pick up the automatic relations for the midpoints more easily, it is recommended that you orient the view, normal to the sketch, or use the Top view. It does not matter if you make the relations to the top or bottom cylinder, because the midpoints of the sides are in the same place when they are projected into the sketch plane. 5. Next, draw an ellipse (Tools Sketch Tools Ellipse) centered at the midpoint of the construction line and that measures .700 inches horizontally and 1.375 inches vertically. Exit the sketch. 6. Show the sketch for the Bosses feature (click the plus icon next to the Bosses extrude to show the sketch, and then RMB click the sketch and select Show). 7. Create a plane parallel to the Top plane at the center of the larger circle. You can access the Plane creation interface at Insert Reference Geometry Plane. If you select the Top plane from the flyout FeatureManager and the center of the larger sketch circle from the graphics window, then the interface will automatically select the Parallel Plane At Point option. Click OK to create the plane. Rename this plane Top Boss Plane. 8. Draw a second ellipse on the Top Boss Plane. Do not draw a construction line as you did for the first ellipse; instead, you can just make the center point of the second ellipse directly on top of the first ellipse s center point. The dimensions should be 1.000 inch horizontal by 1.750 inches vertical. Figure 7.61 shows the results up to this point.
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Everyone has his own style of working. For example, some people like to use menus and others do not. Some like to use hotkeys and others like the mouse. Modify Section View is an example of a tool that you cannot access via toolbars. It can only be accessed via the menus. The most frequently used menu items are in the View, Insert, and Tools menus. All the menus shown in this section have all the possible options selected. As a result, the View menu in Figure 2.21 may contain options that are not available on your computer. Customizing menus is covered later in this chapter. Figure 2.21 also shows the Insert and Tools menus, along with an image of a menu with the Customize Menu mode activated. You use the View menu primarily for turning on or off the visibility of entity types such as planes, sketches, or temporary axes. You can also do this by using hotkeys or by putting extra items on the View toolbar. The Insert menu is used mostly for creating feature types for which you do not have a toolbar icon on the screen. For example, although the Move Face tool is on the Mold Tools toolbar, it has many uses aside from mold design. You can find the Move Face tool by choosing Insert Face. The Tools menu is used primarily for sketch entities or tools for which you have no icon on the screen. Several other commonly used tools, such as Measure, Equations, Customize, and Options, are also available in this menu.
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