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Searching Pro/intralink Commonspace With Locate
Searching Pro/intralink Commonspace With Locate
Being able to find information in your data management system is critical to increasing data reuse and improving user efficiency. In Pro/INTRALINK the tool used to search the Commonspace is called Locate. This tutorial will teach you how to effectively use Locate by covering the following topics: Accessing Locate Using predefined searches Creating and saving custom searches Additional search "recipes" Tips to remember when using Locate
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Gd&t > Creating Frames > Application
Gd&t > Creating Frames > Application
Based on the characteristic, the system allows you to specify all other required information. For example, if you are defining a position frame, the system allows you to select a feature the frame applies to and reference datums. If you are defining a form feature, such as straightness, the system allows you to specify the tolerance and the tolerance zone but does not allow you to select reference datums.
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Advanced Features > Deformation Areas > Application
Advanced Features > Deformation Areas > Application
Deformation Areas act as malleable areas that stretch or compress to allow undevelopable regions to extend to the outside edges of the part. Consider the model below.
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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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Drawing Templates (concept)
Drawing Templates (concept)
A Drawing Template allows you to save the form of a drawing that you use a great deal with different models. A Template is a drawing containing view definitions, a format, and any general text which does not specifically rely on a model being present (e.g., a dimension).
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Tolerances
Tolerances
PRO/Engineer is quite unusual as a solid modeller in that it is capable of recording and using tolerance information. The addition of tolerances and their use within such operations as weight calculation and part interference are described.
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Lesson 41 - Drawing Mode - Drawing Fundamentals
Lesson 41 - Drawing Mode - Drawing Fundamentals
Even with the benefits to generating product designs in 3D, the reality is that many companies (ours included) still rely on 2D drawings to convey product information (in addition to 3D models). Having said that, it is important to learn the proper way to generate 2D Detailed Drawings from Pro/ENGINEER 3D models.
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Lesson 42 - Drawing Mode - Creating A Drawing
Lesson 42 - Drawing Mode - Creating A Drawing
Lesson Objective: In this lesson, we will learn how to create a new drawing, apply a drawing format, and a drawing setup file.
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Customizing Information In Repeat Regions
Customizing Information In Repeat Regions
Pro/ENGINEER tutorial on customizing a bill of material table...
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Top-down Design Tools - Managing Complex Assemblies
Top-down Design Tools - Managing Complex Assemblies
"Top-Down Design" refers to the method of placing critical information in a high-level location and then communicating that information to the lower levels of the product structure. As the design develops, more specific information becomes available and is incorporated into the design. By capturing the overall design information in one centralized location, it becomes easier to make significant design changes.
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Advanced Features > Deformation Areas > Demo
Advanced Features > Deformation Areas > Demo
Convert the solid part into a sheetmetal part. Add a cut for use as a hinge point, then create a Deformation Area to flatten the geometry.
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Suggested Technique for Using Pro/PROGRAM to Pass Variable Information Through 
an Assembly
Suggested Technique for Using Pro/PROGRAM to Pass Variable Information Through an Assembly
Suggested Technique for Using Pro/PROGRAM to Pass Variable Information Through an Assembly
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2 Ways to Make Life Easier in Pro/ENGINEER
2 Ways to Make Life Easier in Pro/ENGINEER
Assigning different colors to Pro/E family table instances and converting previous Pro/E mechanica material files to Pro/E Wildfire 3.0 format
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Creating and Applying Annotation Features When Designing for Manufacture in 
Pro/E Wildfire 3.0
Creating and Applying Annotation Features When Designing for Manufacture in Pro/E Wildfire 3.0
Creating the template, annotation feature, user-defined feature, and then extracting NC programming information from the model
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Who"s Your Daddy? The "Save As" History Report
"Save As History" option stores the base product information while creating new products using this in Pro/E, Jeff Rembold of PTC
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