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Cap screws and machine screws

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Cap screws and machine screws are similar in shape, differing only in their relative sizes. Machine screws are usually smaller in size, compared to cap screws. These are used for fastening two parts, one with clearance hole and the other with tapped hole. The clearance of the unthreaded hole need not be shown on the drawing as its presence is obvious. Figure 5.24 shows different types of cap and machine screws, with proportions marked Cap screws are produced in finish form and are used on machines where accuracy and appearance are important. As cap screws are inferior to studs, they are used only on machines requiring few adjustments and are not suitable where frequent removal is necessary. These are produced in different diameters, upto a maximum of 100 mm and lengths 250 mm. Machine screws are produced with a naturally bright finish and are not heat treated. They are particularly adopted for screwing into thin materials and the smaller ones are threaded throughout the length. They are used in fire-arms, jigs, fixture and dies. They are produced in different diameters upto a maximum of 20 mm and lengths upto 50 mm.

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In this tutorial, study how to create a blue print by Autodesk inventor.

Autodesk Inventor Tutorial Adding colour

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Pin 4 (136 mm) Drawing

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Castor Nuts Drawing

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Socket Drawing

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Leveling Arm Drawing

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Hydraulic Floor Jack Drawing

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Inventor Delete Constraints.

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Inventor Delete Constraints.

Front Wheel Drawing

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Pin Drawing

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Carry Handle Drawing

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Using Sketch in Inventor Assembly Parts.

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1. Create a sketch from the assembly parts. 2. Build new parts by referring to sketches.

Lifting Arm Drawing

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Hydraulic Floor Jack Lifting Arm Drawing