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Basic Modification
Basic Modification
You will see the full power of Pro/ENGINEER once you begin to make modifications to your part. Parametric CAD Systems are designed to facilitate changes to your models. This means that Pro/ENGINEER is designed to provide flexibility and increase your productivity as you go through the design process and incorporate engineering changes.
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Using Warp's Sculpt Feature In Pro/engineer Wildfire 2.0
Using Warp's Sculpt Feature In Pro/engineer Wildfire 2.0
Warp was introduced in Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire to allow you to transform, deform and morph geometry in a more creative and flexible way. A series of tools in the feature provide different controls depending on the type of deformation required, and these can be applied to any type of geometry. Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 2.0 introduced the Sculpt and Spine tools. This tip will explore Sculpt and explain how to use some of its nuances to your advantage.
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Design Optimization Using Pro/mechanica - Step 3 - Model Setup
Design Optimization Using Pro/mechanica - Step 3 - Model Setup
In Step 1 and 2 we have created a model of the flexure that we wish to optimize, now in Step 3 we need to prepare this model for the finite element analysis. Applications (from the tool bar) followed by Mechanica and Structure invokes the integrated mode of Pro/MECHANICA. Here we define everything necessary for the design optimization. Selecting Model lets us define the geometry to be analyzed.
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Creating Pro/engineer Geometry With User Defined Features
Creating Pro/engineer Geometry With User Defined Features
Explains a fast, flexible and accurate way to reproduce Pro/E geometry
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Creating Flexible Components In Pro/engineer Wildfire
Creating Flexible Components In Pro/engineer Wildfire
The ability to create flexible components was a popular enhancement request for many years. PTC has now implemented this functionality beginning with Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire.
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How to Make a Hose Work as a Flexible Component in Pro/E
How to Make a Hose Work as a Flexible Component in Pro/E
How to Make a Hose Work as a Flexible Component in Pro/E
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Design Optimization Using Pro/mechanica - Step 2 - Definition Of Design Parameters And Relations
Design Optimization Using Pro/mechanica - Step 2 - Definition Of Design Parameters And Relations
After the creation of the Pro/E model, identify dimensions that are crucial to the functionality of the designed part, then create design parameters and associate them with these dimensions. In our example, the key dimension for the flexure is center thickness of the tapered beam.
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Animate Flexible Components with Regemination
Animate Flexible Components with Regemination
Creating extra large surface feature, adding Pro/PROGRAM statements, creating, cleaning, and animating JPEG files in Pro/E
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Transferring Rigid and Flexible Curves from Pro/CONCEPT into Pro/ENGINEER
Transferring Rigid and Flexible Curves from Pro/CONCEPT into Pro/ENGINEER
Pro/CONCEPT .cpt and .neu file formats are required to transfer flexible and rigid curves into Pro/E
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How To Use Flexible Components In Wildfire
How To Use Flexible Components In Wildfire
Pro/ENGINEER tips on using flexible components to allow a model to be presented within the assembly in different states.
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Flexible Components
Flexible Components
Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire tutorial explores the functionality that allows you to change a solid object into a flexible object that can exist in different states inside an assembly.
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Creating Pro/engineer Geometry With User Defined Features
Creating Pro/engineer Geometry With User Defined Features
Explains a fast, flexible and accurate way to reproduce Pro/E geometry.
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Flexible Features
Flexible Features
See tip link for description.
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