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Basic Modeling Techniques: Tutorial 5: Revolves, Patterns, And Copies
Basic Modeling Techniques: Tutorial 5: Revolves, Patterns, And Copies
The Revolve option is useful for designing circular parts and features. Patterns and copies allow multiple instances of a feature to be created with little effort. In this section, you will revolve a section around a centerline to create a pulley and a hole. You will also create a pattern of holes and a copy of this pattern.
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Faster Identical Patterns With Surface
Faster Identical Patterns With Surface
The use of Surface copies and solidify features can decrease regeneration times on identical patterns with large numbers of instances. The model in this example regenerates twice as fast using a surface method.
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A Quick End to 
Duplicate Naming Problems
A Quick End to Duplicate Naming Problems
Setting configuration in Pro/E to find out duplicate instances of parts
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Lesson 35 - Family Tables
Lesson 35 - Family Tables
Family tables are used to capture "like" models - or models that typically only change in size or minimal feature definition from one part to another. A perfect example of a family table is a family of socket head cap screws. Each individual instance of the screw is only different from a dimensional or material specification.
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Creating Sheetmetal Drawings in Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0
Creating Sheetmetal Drawings in Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0
Creating flat state instance and bend order sequence
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Wildfire 2.0 Makes BOM Balloons in a Jiffy
Wildfire 2.0 Makes BOM Balloons in a Jiffy
Cleaning up BOM balloons easily and showing simple BOM balloons for multiple instances
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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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Linking Model Notes And Parameters To Display Family Table Instance Information
Linking Model Notes And Parameters To Display Family Table Instance Information
Pro/E tip on combining model parameters and dimensions into a single note that will then be displayed in parts as well as drawing tables.
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Using Relations To Assign Different Materials And Mass Properties For Family Table Instances
Using Relations To Assign Different Materials And Mass Properties For Family Table Instances
Pro/E tips explain how to access parameters from one of the many material files defined in the generic model to drive family table instances.
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Using A Family Table Instance To Create A Single Part Drawing In Pro/intralink
Using A Family Table Instance To Create A Single Part Drawing In Pro/intralink
duplicating a family table object into a single part while maintaining a relationship to the drawing in Pro/INTRALINK.
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