Getting Started with Pro/Engineer / Edition 1

Getting Started with Pro/Engineer / Edition 1

by Robert Rizza
     
 

An introductory text on Pro/Engineer suitable for use in either a stand-alone course on the software, a part of an engineering graphics course, or as a text for self study. Rizza's text has been written and tested on the latest revisions of Pro/Engineer and thoroughly cover introductory and advanced material. Rizza's well illustrated explanations and tutorials make… See more details below

Overview

An introductory text on Pro/Engineer suitable for use in either a stand-alone course on the software, a part of an engineering graphics course, or as a text for self study. Rizza's text has been written and tested on the latest revisions of Pro/Engineer and thoroughly cover introductory and advanced material. Rizza's well illustrated explanations and tutorials make this an excellent choice for any student.

Features:

  • Teaches through simple explanations supported by tutorials
  • Heavily illustrated with graphics and screen captures
  • Extra problem material at the end of each chapter
  • Comes with free CD of Starter Drawings
  • Convenient summaries at the end of each chapter quickly step through techniques learned in that chapter.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130402127
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
08/12/1999
Edition description:
Book & CD-ROM
Pages:
476
Product dimensions:
8.01(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.83(d)

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Table of Contents

Prefacexiii
Chapter 1Getting Acquainted with the Pro/E Interface1
Chapter 2Basic Model Construction with Features24
Chapter 3Models with Multiple Features50
Chapter 4Adding Holes to Base Features75
Chapter 5Options That Remove Material: Cut, Neck, and Shell96
Chapter 6Options That Add Material: Flange, Rib, and Shaft116
Chapter 7Options That Speed Up Model Construction: Pattern, Copy, Group, Mirror Geom, and Udf135
Chapter 8Fillets, Rounds, and Chamfers176
Chapter 9Datum Points, Axes, Curves, and Coordinate Systems189
Chapter 10The Revolve Option211
Chapter 11Feature Creation with Sweep227
Chapter 12Blends255
Chapter 13Some Options for Managing Features269
Chapter 14Cosmetic Features284
Chapter 15Quilts, Drafts, Lips, and Ears294
Chapter 16The Drawing Mode314
Chapter 17Creating a Section338
Chapter 18Adding Tolerances to A Drawing354
Chapter 19Assemblies and Working Drawings365
Chapter 20Engineering Information and File Transfer406
Appendix416
Bibliography419
Index421

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