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Simple Draft Features (am1)
Simple Draft Features (am1)
This Advanced Modeling tutorial covers creating draft features and what type of features can utilize Pro/ENGINEER`s draft functionality.
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Advanced Assembly 1 (aa1)
Advanced Assembly 1 (aa1)
You will learn how to create and use layers, simplified reps, and component display functionality's in order to optimize how your parts and assemblies are shown in a design environment.
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Getting Your Bearings (bm1)
Getting Your Bearings (bm1)
This tutorial covers Basic Pro/ENGINEER Terminology and the Graphical User Interface (GUI).
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Using A Template - Exercise
Using A Template - Exercise
Throughout this Lesson you are going to begin to model the bottom half of the mouse, just to get an idea of how modeling a part works.
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Drawing Basics 1 (bd1)
Drawing Basics 1 (bd1)
This Basic Detail Tutorial is the first in our series on Basic Drawing Creation for the New Pro/ENGINEER User.
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Introduction To Cabling 1 (ca1)
Introduction To Cabling 1 (ca1)
This Tutorial is a Basic Example of how to Route a Cable in an Assembly using the Pro/CABLE module, Developed for the Beginer in Mind.
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Release 2000i2 Update Training (mi1)
Release 2000i2 Update Training (mi1)
This tutorial covers everything from new Family Tables to how to use the new sketcher interface in Pro/ENGINEER 2000i2.
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Release 2001 Update Training (mi2)
Release 2001 Update Training (mi2)
This 50 page tutorial includes everything you need to know to make the transition to Release 2001 of Pro/ENGINEER.
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Applying Fastener Connections For Structural Simulation
Applying Fastener Connections For Structural Simulation
applying different types of bolted connections using Pro/E Wildfire 2.0: screw fasteners, bolt fasteners in solids, and bolt fasteners in shells, PTC Express, March 2006
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Installing Pro/engineer And Pro/mechanica 2000i2 Products Using The Mit Floating License File
Installing Pro/engineer And Pro/mechanica 2000i2 Products Using The Mit Floating License File
This describes the procedure to install Pro/ENGINEER and Pro/MECHANICA 2000i2 on a Windows 2000 machine, where a floating license file enables the computer to run the products while connected to the MIT network (18.x.x.x IP address).
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Text > Parameters & Dimensions > Concept (with Video)
Text > Parameters & Dimensions > Concept (with Video)
You can use parameters to add complex dimensional information to existing callouts. This allows you to create callouts in any format that are still parametric.
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Section Views (concept)
Section Views (concept)
You can automatically create fully associative section views of solid models. There are basically two types of sections; Planar and Offset.
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Improved Form Features In Sheetmetal Design
Improved Form Features In Sheetmetal Design
Pro/ENGINEER streaming video explores using UDF to create and place form features more quickly and efficiently.
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Sample Configuration Files (sy1)
Sample Configuration Files (sy1)
This tutorial covers system related information such as Config.pro and Color.map files.
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