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Changing View Display In Drawings (video)
Changing View Display In Drawings (video)
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Lesson 04 - Curve Basics
Lesson 04 - Curve Basics
Lesson Objective: In this lesson, we will take a small step into understanding ISDX curves, and how to manipulate them. We will also learn about Curve Curvature.
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Edit Sketch (concept)
Edit Sketch (concept)
You may want to modify a feature by making more than dimensional changes to the sketch which defines it. You can take the Edit Definition option one step further and retrieve the sketch and make changes.
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Lesson 53 - Miscellaneous System Functions
Lesson 53 - Miscellaneous System Functions
Lesson Objective: In this lesson, we will learn about some additional miscellaneous system functions, such as the configuration files, model setup, feature operations, color and appearance, model player, cosmetic sketches, analyses and how to obtain floating modules.
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How To Install Pro/engineer Wildfire
How To Install Pro/engineer Wildfire
This tutorial covers the first step in your journey to experience the Simple, Powerful, and Connected nature of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire -- Installation. This process is very simple with the help of our wizard-based installation tool, PTC.Setup. This basic tutorial walks you through the following topics: Roadmap for a Successful Installation Order & License Management Installation Structure PTC.Setup FLEXlm Pro/ENGINEER Pro/HELP Running Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire
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Defining A New Drawing (concept)
Defining A New Drawing (concept)
When you choose the Open or New option, you can retrieve or create a drawing respectively. These two options function in exactly the same manner as creating a part. When you create or retrieve a drawing, the system automatically enters the Drawing Mode.
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Learn To Make A Simple Coffee Cup (no Audio, 2m:57s)
Learn To Make A Simple Coffee Cup (no Audio, 2m:57s)
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Lesson 15 - Slot Follower
Lesson 15 - Slot Follower
There are many times when you need to move a component along a path that does not fall into a straight line, or a revolved trajectory. Using traditional mechanism connections learned so far, we are unable to accomplish this.
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Concurrent Design Using Derived Models
Concurrent Design Using Derived Models
Using an existing Pro/DESKTOP design as a starting point for a component ensures greater accuracy. A file has been created in Pro/DESKTOP that specifies an alternative peg shape for the construction kit. This design will be substituted into an existing design for a shelf made from the construction kit.When changes are made to a core component in a design these changes are transmitted to all uses of that that component in the design.
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How To Configure A Windchill Archive Server
How To Configure A Windchill Archive Server
Parameters for archiving content.
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Lesson 18 - Rib Feature
Lesson 18 - Rib Feature
Lesson Objective: In this lesson, we will learn about the Rib Feature.
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Projecting Views - Application
Projecting Views - Application
The position you indicate MUST lie within one of these channels. If it does not, the system returns an error and you must reselect the position. These channels exist on the drawing as long as the first view is on the drawing.
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Lesson 39 - Assembly Mode - Assembly Cuts
Lesson 39 - Assembly Mode - Assembly Cuts
Lesson Objective: In this lesson, we will learn how to create exploded states, complete with offset lines.
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Drawing Templates (concept)
Drawing Templates (concept)
A Drawing Template allows you to save the form of a drawing that you use a great deal with different models. A Template is a drawing containing view definitions, a format, and any general text which does not specifically rely on a model being present (e.g., a dimension).
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Construction
Construction
This Lesson teaches you how to create all of the features you require to finish the model of the mouse bottom. You are going to work more with Datum Planes and will begin to utilize Datum Axes. You will also learn how to copy existing features in such a manner that they are associated to their original.
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