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Making Manufacturing Templates In Pro/engineer Wildfire
Making Manufacturing Templates In Pro/engineer Wildfire
The Manufacturing Process Manager in Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire allows you to see all your manufacturing steps in a single table and then manipulate them as easily as you would in a standard spreadsheet application.
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Assembling The Radio
Assembling The Radio
All the components are to scale and can be used to visualise the TEP radio designs accurately. (It is however possible to re-scale each of the components if you have modified the radio and are using non standard components.)
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Gd&t
Gd&t
Pro/ENGINEER supports the creation and maintenance of ANSI Y14.5M-1982, ANSI Y14.5M-1994 and ISO 1011 standard Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) frames.
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Using A Template - Concept
Using A Template - Concept
When you create a new part you can use an existing Template. The Template defines standard data that you want all parts to contain.
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Quickly Replacing Components That Assemble Many Times
Quickly Replacing Components That Assemble Many Times
Large assemblies have long model trees and include many standard parts such as screws, washers, studs, and so on. When you have to replace one of these parts in several locations, making your selections in the model tree is very complicated.
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Gd&t > Setting Datums > Application
Gd&t > Setting Datums > Application
When you set a datum, the system displays the GD&T standard flag at the origin of the Datum name. You can then move the flag to an acceptable location. The system displays the flag in any view on the drawing where the datum plane is perpendicular to the screen.
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Pro/toolkit: Setting Up Your Environment In Vc++ .net
Pro/toolkit: Setting Up Your Environment In Vc++ .net
The first in a series of tutorials on using Pro/TOOLKIT to enhance Pro/E to customize the standard user interface, automate repetitive steps, apply design rule verification and drawing automation and more.
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Modeling A Large Pattern With Surface Copies
Modeling A Large Pattern With Surface Copies
When you need to model a part with a large pattern of (grouped or complex) features you might consider getting off the beaten track and instead of using standard Pro/E features and patterns, use surface copies. The idea is that you:
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Trimming Surfaces (application)
Trimming Surfaces (application)
There are two basic methods available to trim surfaces - using existing entities (quilts, curves, datum planes) or creating entities specifically for the trim operation. In the later case, you create new surfaces using the standard surface functions (Extrude, Revolve, Sweep, etc.), except that you remove geometry rather than add it.
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Time-saving Techniques For Making Thousands Of Parts
Time-saving Techniques For Making Thousands Of Parts
Creating a large number of standard o-rings using Pro/E.
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Basic Modeling Techniques Tutorial 2: Holes, Rounds, And Chamfers
Basic Modeling Techniques Tutorial 2: Holes, Rounds, And Chamfers
A variety of geometric shapes and constructions can be designed automatically with Pro/E, including holes, rounds, and chamfers. The Hole option creates many types of holes, including straight holes, sketched holes, and holes for standard fasteners. The Round option creates a fillet or a round on an edge that is a smooth transition with a circular profile between two adjacent surfaces. The Chamfer option creates a beveled surface at the intersection of edges.
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Lesson 49 - Drawing Mode - Gtols & Symbols
Lesson 49 - Drawing Mode - Gtols & Symbols
Before we jump into Geometric Tolerances, we will take a moment to look at some definitions that pertain to concepts behind GTOLS. These definitions come from the ASME Y14.5 standard.
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How To - 3d: Standard Holes
How To - 3d: Standard Holes
Standard holes require solid material to be removed. Thus the first step in preparation is to create a model
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