# Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design and Manufacturing with Fusion 360 Quiz Answers

Hello Friends in this article i am gone share Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design and Manufacturing with Fusion 360 Quiz Answers with you..

## Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design and Manufacturing with Fusion 360 Quiz Answers

Question 1)
Which of the following surfaces is a candidate for creating a sketch?

• Cylindrical face.
• Plane or planar face.
• Filleted edge.
• Form face.

Question 2)
What color does a sketch entity change to when fully defined by dimensions and constraints?

• Black.
• Green.
• Red.
• Blue.

Question 3)
Which constraint allows two circles of different diameter to share the same center point?

• Concentric.
• Collinear.
• Parallel.
• Equal.

Question 4)
Which of the following describes a driven dimension?

• A value that defines and controls the dimension of a selected sketch entity, preventing it from being changed by other parts.
• A value that acts as a reference and informs the dimension of a sketch entity, without controlling it.
• A value that identifies the maximum dimension for a given sketch entity.
• A value that defines the amount a joint can be driven in its assigned degree(s) of freedom.

Question 5)
An underdefined construction line in a sketch is what color?

• Black.
• Purple.
• Blue.
• OrangeFeedback: The answer can be found in Fully define a complex sketch.

Question 6)
Aside from the Draft feature tool, which of the following is an alternative method of applying a draft to a solid body?

• Apply a Draft Analysis to an existing body.
• Add a Web along the selected face(s) of an existing body.
• Use thickness in the Shell dialog to apply the draft on an existing body.
• Add a taper in the Extrude dialog of a new body.

Question 7)
A solid Revolve feature needs an axis of revolution and a?

• Profile.
• Material.
• Color.
• Path.

Question 8)
Which of the following axis choices for a Revolve operation will cause an error?

• Origin axis 2mm away from the selected profile.
• Construction axis created in the middle of the selected profile.
• Edge of a box spaced 5mm away from the selected profile.
• Construction axis created collinear to outer-most edge of the selected profile.

Question 9)
When creating a Pattern, how can you prevent specific instances of the pattern from being created while still in the Pattern dialog?

• Not possible. Undesired instances must be deleted after the operation.
• Add a negative distance to reflect the number of undesired instances.
• Suppress the undesired instances.
• Add the number of undesired instances as a negative number in the quantity field.

Question 10)
What is the main difference between using 3D Print and Save As STL in Fusion 360?

• Save as STL doesnโt allow for 3D Print Utilities.
• 3D Print automatically selects the Send to 3D Print Utility option.
• 3D Print opens up MeshMixer.
• Save as STL automatically selects the Send to 3D Print Utility option.

Question 11)
Which of the following As-built Joint types will allow you to define 1 degree of freedom rotationally?

• Cylindrical.
• Revolute.
• Rigid.
• Ball.

Question 12)
What is a joint limit?

• The degrees of freedom (DoF) of a joint.
• The speed at which a joint can rotate or translate.
• The number of joints that can be applied to a model.
• A numerical boundary in a specified jointโs travel.

Question 13)
When creating an exploded assembly, which of the following describes the dashed lines showing the path of the component from its home position to its exploded position?

• Trail Lines.
• Wireframe Lines.
• Construction Lines.
• Hidden Lines.

Question 14)
How can the final quality of a local in-canvas rendered image be improved in the Render workspace?

• Scroll the marker that appears during the ray tracing process to a higher quality.
• Change the aspect ratio in the Scene Settings dialog.
• The quality cannot be improved in locally. It must be rendered on the cloud.
• Enable the Lock View option in the In-Canvas Render Settings.

Question 15)
When a Parts List is added to a drawing, what else is added automatically to the drawing view?

• Dimensions.
• Balloons.
• Symbols.
• Notes.

Question 16)
When creating a drawing of an assembly, how can you remove a component from the drawing while still maintaining a record of the component in the Parts List?

• Hide the component using the visibility toggle.
• Suppress the component by unchecking the box next to it.
• Delete the component in the original design.
• Change the style of the view to “Shaded with Hidden Edges”.

Question 17)
Unless otherwise specified, a facing toolpath will cut down to which surface?

• Stock bottom.
• Model bottom.
• Stock top.
• Model top.

Question 18)
Which of the following statements best describes the purpose of the Multiple Depths option in a 2D contour toolpath?

• It controls the number of z-axis passes required to create the contour.
• It creates a toolpath for steep walls by ensuring that the tool is constantly engaged.
• It defines the distance between passes and is calculated based on tool diameter.
• It controls the amount of stock material that is left at various depths of the part.

Question 19)
When selecting a contour edge in a 2D Contour toolpath, what does the red arrow represent?

• Rotation of tool.
• Side and direction of cut.
• It does not have a meaning.
• Tool axis.

Question 20)
When simulating a machining toolpath, which of the following options will provide information of an overlap between the non-cutting area of the tool and defined fixtures?

• Accessibility Analysis.
• Stop on collision.
• Interference.

Question 21)
If you select the 4th toolpath in a setup of 10 toolpaths and simulate it, which of the following happens?

• All toolpaths up to, but excluding the selected toolpath, are simulated.
• All toolpaths up to and including the selected toolpath are simulated.
• The order of toolpaths is changed in the Browser to make the selected toolpath first.
• Only the selected toolpath is simulated, ignoring material removed from previous toolpaths.

Question 22)
What is included in a Setup Sheet?

• It contains the tools used in the operations, the toolpaths themselves, and the coordinate system location.
• It contains a list of all load cases and constraints for a Simulation setup.
• It contains the results of a Simulation study that was run on the part before manufacturing.
• It contains a list of all the machines from the Fusion 360 Machine Library that are compatible with the programmed toolpaths.

Question 23)
What does NC stand for?

• Numerical Control.
• Nomenclature Creation.
• Normal Cycle.
• Non-Constraint.

Question 24)
When removing components that are non-critical in the Simplify tab of the Simulation workspace, which of the following is true of the removed components?

• The components will be hidden in the browser of the Simulation workspace.
• Not possible. Components of a design cannot be removed in a simulation model.
• They are only removed in that instance of the simulation model.
• The components are removed from the design outside the Simulation workspace.

Question 25)
If you know the material for a component, where should it be defined such that it is associated with the component in and outside of the Simulation workspace?

• The Study Materials dropdown in the Simulation workspace.

Question 26)
Location of high stress concentration is represented by what color on a simulation color bar?

• Red.
• Blue.
• Yellow.
• Green.

Question 27)
Cloning a simulation model can save time by reusing what data?

• Simulation study setup.
• Cloud credits.
• Cloning a simulation model does not save time.
• Simulation results.

Question 28)
Which of the following best describes the effect that two load cases, each with 3 forces of varying magnitudes, have on the results of a simulation?

• Only the activated load case will be included in the results. The study must be run again with the other load case activated.
• All forces within one load case act simultaneously while the load cases act independently.
• All forces from all load cases act simultaneously.
• You can only have one load case per simulation model.

Question 29)
Where must you go to clone a simulation model?

• Design Workspace.
• You cannot clone a simulation model.
• Modify tools.
• Simplify.

Question 30)
Load cases define the physical _______ applied to a simulation model.

• Strain.
• Structural Constraints.
• Contacts.
• Force.