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Taking The Napkin Sketch To The 21st Century - Pro/concept - Pro/ENGINEER tutorial


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You can refer to virtually any dimensional parameter in any drafting text. This allows you to create customized notes and dimension callouts that are parametric. This means that these callouts and notes can be used to make model changes from the drawing.
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Pro/engineer Basic Elements
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Relations - Application
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Many designs can be driven by a single parameter. In doing so, you force the part to change only as you intended when you designed it. For example, if a part must always fit into a specific space, you can define relations in such a manner that the overall size cannot exceed a desired value.
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