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About The Pro/engineer Main Window
About The Pro/engineer Main Window
The Pro/ENGINEER user interface includes a menu bar, toolbars, message areas, and a graphics area for the Pro/ENGINEER object. Menus are limited to two levels of submenus.
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Defining Views On The Imported Drawing
Defining Views On The Imported Drawing
Drawing data imported to Pro/ENGINEER may or may not contain views. You can select drafting entities of the imported drawing and logically group them to represent views in AutobuildZ. You can define orthographic, detail, section and auxiliary views using the AutobuildZ view setup tools.
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Drive Geometry With 2d Graphs
Drive Geometry With 2d Graphs
Many times a feature`s design intent is driven by graphical data. For example, a cam profile may be described by a graph of displacement vs. rotation angle. The example in this tutorial will drive a translation along an axis as a part is rotated. The graph and part are shown below.
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Lesson 44 - Drawing Mode - Projection & Section Views
Lesson 44 - Drawing Mode - Projection & Section Views
Many drawings use orthographically projected views. These create 90 degree rotated views that represent such orientations as: FRONT, TOP, RIGHT, BACK, BOTTOM and LEFT. For this reason, we have created default saved views in the start parts.
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Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0 Gets Interactive
Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0 Gets Interactive
With graphical user interface, new Pro/E Wildfire 3.0 tool manager helps users in selecting and designing machine tool paths efficiently
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Geometry 
from Images
Geometry from Images
Creating geometry using graphics or images by placing the image on Pro/E surface like a decal, Pro/E Tip of the Month
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Reorient the View - Application
Reorient the View - Application
When you want to create and Save views of your part, you can think about the graphics window as being just like a camera. It displays a picture of the current part on your screen, based upon the current orientation of the part and how close the camera is to the part. How you orient the camera defines what you see in the view. More...
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Pro/engineer Image Output Versus Copy/paste
Pro/engineer Image Output Versus Copy/paste
bypass Pro/E as the default image editor and use a graphics program such as Microsoft Photo Editor.
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How To - 2d: Change
How To - 2d: Change
Before any object can be altered, it must firstly be selected. Selecting objects in Pro Desktop is a little different to most other graphics programs.
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Drawing Module Basics
Drawing Module Basics
The Drawing Module is designed to allow you to create a blank drawing, add views, and then dimension the part. The system offers several methods for creating views on the drawing. All methods are based on the rules of Orthographic Projection.
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