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Lesson 48 - Drawing Mode - Broken & Partial Views
Lesson 48 - Drawing Mode - Broken & Partial Views
Broken views are used to shorten a view of an elongated feature/model. Typically, the elongated model does not vary in features from one end to the other, and therefore, you can remove the middle of this model, and not lose any detail.
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Using 3-d Notes With Process Steps
Using 3-d Notes With Process Steps
-D Notes are displayed and cleared from the screen automatically when the step to which the note belongs is displayed or cleared. When a step is active or is being used in a drawing step, a 3-D note created for the step will be displayed. When the step is no longer displayed, the note also is not displayed. Creation of 3-D notes is the default when creating a note in a step.
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Using Large Assemblies > Using Layers > Application
Using Large Assemblies > Using Layers > Application
When your assembly has been built using the proper start part and assembly, you can easily manipulate layers from any level within the assembly. If you are in the top level, the Layers for all components can be controlled in two ways.
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Modelling A Wooden Toy Vehicle - Level 1:creating A Single Component Design
Modelling A Wooden Toy Vehicle - Level 1:creating A Single Component Design
This design exercise, using Pro/DESKTOP, develops a wooden toy vehicle, suitable for a young child, which has a passing resemblance to the vehicle, in which, a certain television personality (Postman Pat) delivers mail around the Yorkshire Dales. The toy consists of a wooden body made from a single piece if wood, four wooden wheels, which are on wooden axles, pass through holes in the body.
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Basic Modifications - Edit (concept)
Basic Modifications - Edit (concept)
The Edit option allows you to change the dimension values which drive a selected feature. You can access Edit in two ways: by double-clicking on a feature (referred to as direct Edit) or by selecting the feature and choosing Edit from the RMB pop-up menu.
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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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Pro/desktop An Introduction
Pro/desktop An Introduction
3D modelling software offers designers and manufacturers tools which make the transition from initial ideas to finished product faster, more accurate and of a higher quality. The use of 3D software in the context of modern manufacturing practice is outlined below.
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Inserting 2d Geometry Into Pro/engineer
Inserting 2d Geometry Into Pro/engineer
for inserting 2D data from SDRC or AutoCAD begin by creating a DXF file of the 2D part or assembly and save it
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Inserting A Round (concept)
Inserting A Round (concept)
You can fillet the edges of solids with the Round feature. It is a slightly different type of feature than you have created up until now, in that it is entirely defined by references from the model and user input - no Sketch is required. The edges of solid models can be rounded with a user defined radius value. In some cases material is added.
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Creating Features
Creating Features
This Lesson teaches you how to create a new part and add your first few Features to create a solid model. Solids are created from a series of discrete Features. Features are created using many different methods, but are fundamentally defined by extruding (a.k.a. sweeping) a 2D profile through 3D space. This sweep may be in a linear direction over a specific distance or even revolved about an axis (as shown below).
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Configuring Windows Platforms To Plot Using A Command Line Interface
Configuring Windows Platforms To Plot Using A Command Line Interface
Plotting from Windows to a local or network plotter in Pro/E.
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Design Optimization Using Pro/mechanica - Step 4 - Defining The Analysis
Design Optimization Using Pro/mechanica - Step 4 - Defining The Analysis
Pro/MECHANICA can perform a variety of analyses that cover a wide range of engineering problems. In our case we are interested in the stress levels that result from an imposed displacement. This type of analysis is covered by the static analysis definition.
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Using A Template - Application
Using A Template - Application
You can use the Default Template as defined by your System Administrator or you can choose from any number of defined Templates. If the Use default template box is checked on the New dialog, the system simply creates a new part file using the template.
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Concurrent Design Using Derived Models
Concurrent Design Using Derived Models
Using an existing Pro/DESKTOP design as a starting point for a component ensures greater accuracy. A file has been created in Pro/DESKTOP that specifies an alternative peg shape for the construction kit. This design will be substituted into an existing design for a shelf made from the construction kit.When changes are made to a core component in a design these changes are transmitted to all uses of that that component in the design.
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Lesson 02 - Overview Example
Lesson 02 - Overview Example
Lesson Objective: In this lesson, we will go through an example that demonstrates the basic steps to creating a surface from four boundary curves using the style feature.
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