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Tutorial For Experienced Pro/engineer Users - Creating Part Models - Pro/ENGINEER tutorial


After successfully completing this exercise, you will know how to: Create datum axes and planes. Create holes, rounds, chamfers, and shells. Created extrude, revolve, and rib features. Copy, mirror, and pattern features.
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Sketching A Profile (concept)
Sketching A Profile (concept)
You can quickly sketch the basic shape of the profile without specific dimension values. You then alter the sketch by modifying dimensions to fit your design. As you sketch curves, the Intent Manager makes assumptions about the geometry you are creating. For example, as you sketch a line from its start point, if the line is nearly horizontal, the Intent Manager snaps it to be horizontal and automatically applies a Horizontal Constraint to it.
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Model Tree
Model Tree
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Advanced Features > Using Solid Rounds > Application
Advanced Features > Using Solid Rounds > Application
To add a Round to a Sheetmetal part, you simply select the small edges which are formed by the thickness of the material, and choose Round Edges from the RMB pop-up menu. You will invoke the dashboard and can enter the radius there.
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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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Suggested Technique for Aligning to a Silhouette Edge in Pro/ENGINEER
Suggested Technique for Aligning to a Silhouette Edge in Pro/ENGINEER
This is a suggested technique for aligning to a silhouette edge. This example uses a rib feature to demonstrate the concept, but it can be used in other cases where alignment to a silhouette edge is desired. The edge used for alignment is created using a surface copy and a surface silhouette trim.
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