Basic Pro/ENGINEER (with references to PT/Modeler, includes CD ROM) / Edition 1

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This book introduces readers to the basic commands and functions of PRO/ENGINEERĀ® (with additional references to P/T MODELER), one of the most widely used CAD-CAM programs employed in industrial design. The book is broken down into 21 lessons, each of which introduces a new set of commands that builds on those presented before. Each lesson covers a new set of commands appropriate to a part, an assembly, or a drawing. Mechanical parts created in the first 13 lessons are used later in the book to create assemblies (two lessons) and generate drawings (five lessons). This short session format is ideal for use in self-paced study and industrial training programs. The book also incorporates margin references to P/T MODELER - a less expensive, basic version of PRO/ENGINEERĀ® - whenever P/T MODELER commands differ or are not available for the procedure being studied.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780534954116
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 8/23/1998
  • Edition number: 1

Table of Contents

Section 1. Introduction. Section 2. Using the Text. Section 3. Fundamentals. Section 4. Utilities. Section 5. Configuration Files and Mapkeys. Section 6. Environment. Section 7. Setup and Information. Section 8. Layers. Section 9. The Sketcher. 10. Interface. PART I: CREATING PARTS. Lesson 1: Protrusions and Cuts (Clamp). Lesson 2: Modify and Redefine (Base Angle). Lesson 3: Holes and Rounds (Breaker). Lesson 4: Datums and Layers (Anchor). Lesson 5: Resolved Protrusions and Neck Cuts (pin). Lesson 6: Chamfers and Cosmetic Threads (Cylinder Rod). Lesson 7: Pattern and Group (Post Reel). Lesson 8: Ribs, Relations, and Failures (Adjustable Guide). Lesson 9: Drafts, Suppress, and Text Protrusions (Enclosure). Lesson 10: Shells, Reorder, and Insert Mode (Oil Sink). Lesson 11: Sweeps (Bracket). Lesson 12: Blends and Splines (Cap). Lesson 13: Helical Sweeps (Helical Compression Spring). PART II: ASSEMBLIES. Lesson 14: Assembly Constraints (Swing Clamp Assembly). Lesson 15: Exploded Assemblies (Exploded Swing Clamp). PART III: GENERATING DRAWINGS. Lesson 16: Formats, Title Blocks, and Views (Clamp Arm Drawing). Lesson 17: Detailing (Breaker Drawing). Lesson 18: Sections and Auxiliary Views (Anchor Drawing). Lesson 19: Assembly Drawings and BOM. Lesson 20: Exploded Assembly Drawings (Exploded Swing Clamp Drawing). PART IV: ADVANCED CAPABILITIES. Lesson 21: User-Defined Features and Family Tables (Coupling Fitting). APPENDICES. INDEX.
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