I made this from the tutorial, but I don't know what it's called. I want to put something in the title that's more professional sounding than "Square thing with a circle in the middle". The tutorial doesn't say what it is.
In real life, this is what would go in my title block......
Block, Lego, Single Connector
Most refer to it as "Lego Piece".
You should hide the blue origins as J. Mather pointed out to you yesterday.
Good point. I hid the origins.
it's clearly a "cylindrical quad subtransitional union"
This is my favorite answer.
It's either a thingamajig or a whatchamacallit. Or maybe a doohickey.
Glenn Schroeder that's what us Texans call it, right Glenn?
Steve Calvert wrote: Glenn Schroeder that's what us Texans call it, right Glenn? Steve C
Steve Calvert wrote:
Would your instructor know where it came from if you used the same name as instructed in the Tutorial?
I know what file name to use. I mean in the title block.
If one of my students were to ask me this question I would respond, "What do the instructions say?"I don't have time to come up with names for widgets.
Unfortunately if i don't have an appropriate description, noun first, data entry crawls all over my back side. And it better be similar to what the last person gave a like item. It can take some time searching to find like items.
and........ that depended on the time of day or how the person felt and you'll never find the overlapping description
J. Mather wrote: If one of my students were to ask me this question I would respond, "What do the instructions say?"I don't have time to come up with names for widgets.
J. Mather wrote:
I am with you on this one J.
There are entire specifications on naming conventions for parts/drawings. But in this case, if the only thing that you have for this part is "Tutor1" then I would just put that in the title block.
ASME Y14.100 defines the preferred method in determining naming conventions. So if you wanted to know HOW to name this, I would start there.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Hat from Minecraft?
Well all the other names are pretty good, but, maybe it's just me - my wife got them all beat... Memorial Day we stopped in at Home Depot and she wanted a small electric cord that has one male end but at least 3 female places to plug into and the guy suggested she just needs to get a power strip, but.... she's trying to explain to the HD guy that she had another "Prong Thingy" at home, he looks at her then looks at me, and I say "Prong Thingy" what's a prong thingy, the guy taking care of us will never be the same, we all had a good laugh right there in the Electrical Isle - Really she meant a prong thingy, because the "Prong Thang" was with her that day......
what is it called? the thing from the next dimension. you get to make it and have some fun finding the tools to make the model so that you can make a drawing......dumaflachie#1, whatchamacallit # 10, part 1 of 30,000. the main thing is that you learned how to make a great looking model and you put it on paper so the wood carver can make you one, or a machines can cut one out of metal. Even better you can print it with a 3d printer.....
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