Orthographic assembly drawing:
On MyUni (and shown above) there is a figure of a small partially assembled single-cylinder 2-stroke engine that you need to model. Drawings of the component parts (that you need to model) are also available on MyUni, along with two already completed components; the rear of the block and the cylinder.
Once you have modelled all of the remaining components yourself, you must assemble them to produce a model (like the one shown in the image).
1. From this model you must then produce a 3rd angle orthographic assembly drawing which contains:
2. A front view (looking down the major axis of the crankshaft) of the engine
3. A full section left hand view
4. Fully itemised components (with balloons)
5. A Bill of Materials (BOM, or a parts list) detailing item numbers (corresponding to the balloons), quantities, description and the materials of the components.
6. An animated video of the engine components working, from a fly-around view, with the cylinder head fading to reveal the inside.
A partially completed assembly drawing is shown here on the right.