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Working With Dimensions In Pro/engineer Wildfire - Pro/ENGINEER tutorial
This presentation is the result of PTC polling the technical support database and generating a list of subjects that are frequently asked about. Detailing was number one on the list and dimensional questions were the number one detailing subject matter. This tutorial will focus on the most common questions asked by our customer base.
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Basic Modeling Techniques Tutorial 1: Extrusions, Sketching, And Cuts
Extrusions are one of the most basic ways to design a part in Pro/E, and sketching is an important part of the design process. In this section, you will learn basic operations by creating a simple part using an extruded protrusion. You will then modify the part using a cutting operation.
Lesson 16 - Cam Follower
A Cam-Follower is used to simulate an object moving along the surface of another object, or when the motion of an object must be stopped at the surface boundary of another object. A cam-follower can be used when other mechanism connection types fail to capture the way in which the objects touch each other.
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.
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.
Comparing Part Geometry
Pro/ENGINEER tips on using the analysis tool in Pro/E to compare part geometries.