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Pro/ENGINEER Pro/DESKTOP Tutorials
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Assembling The Van
In this module the body designed in Modules 1& 2 will be assembled with the wheels and axles to complete the van.
Designing A Minidisc Player
Tutorial which teaches how to draw a sketch of the player case.
"Hold it" is a project which is intended to be adaptable to Design Make Assignments undertaken by pupils following Resistant Materials or Graphic Products elements of KeyStage 3 or 4 Design and Technology courses.
Assembling The Radio
All the components are to scale and can be used to visualise the TEP radio designs accurately. (It is however possible to re-scale each of the components if you have modified the radio and are using non standard components.)
This tutorial creates the individual aircraft components, drawn to scale in metres. The components will be assembled to make the basic shape of a concept aircraft. The style of the tutorial assumes the user has gained a basic understanding of single part modelling.
Modifying A Design -using The Browser
The browser function will be used to modify some aspects of the design created in Module 1.
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.
Pro/desktop An Introduction
3D modelling software offers designers and manufacturers tools which make the transition from initial ideas to finished product faster, more accurate and of a higher quality. The use of 3D software in the context of modern manufacturing practice is outlined below.
Assembling The Aircraft
This tutorial assembles a set of basic shapes components to make the of a concept aircraft. The style of the tutorial assumes the user has gained a basic understanding of single part modelling. The following files will need to have been drawn or are available.
Designing And Assembling Components
There are three task s within the module which construct a corner cube, a connecting strut and finally demonstrate how to assemble them.
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.
Introduction To Designing A Construction Kit
This design exercise, using Pro/DESKTOP, simulates members of a design team producing designs for the components of a new construction kit. A specification of the joining method has been identified along with the spacing between the components.
"Form it" is a project which is intended to be adaptable to Design & Make Assignments undertaken by pupils following Resistant Materials or Graphic Products elements of Key Stage 3 or 4 Design and Technology courses. The Context for this project is that of providing young children with entertaining paint palettes
Visualising A Radio
The construction of a radio provides an excellent focus for product design, combining functionality with opportunities for innovative design and use of materials. Whatever the shape and style of the housing it must hold an electronic circuit board, a speaker, controls, and batteries. The arrangement of the component in relation to the shape and size of the casing offers a typical design challenge.
Single Part Modelling - Foundation Children's Toy
Most toys today are manufactured using plastics. Wooden toys are also popular with young children, although they do tend to be on the more expensive side of the market.
Total Tutorials in Category: 36