Graphics Concepts with Pro/ENGINEER / Edition 1

Graphics Concepts with Pro/ENGINEER / Edition 1

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by Richard Lueptow, Michael T. Synder, Jim Steger, Jim Steger
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130141542

ISBN-13: 9780130141545

Pub. Date: 08/08/2000

Publisher: Prentice Hall

FEATURES:

  • Chapters 1-5: Basics Concepts introduce the reader to fundamentals that they will need to learn for engineering graphics and design.
  • Part II: Pro/ENGINEER Tutorial is self-paced and allows the reader to create and assemble a pizza cutter with Pro/ENGINEER.
  • Great for self-study or short courses; This text provides an

Overview

FEATURES:

  • Chapters 1-5: Basics Concepts introduce the reader to fundamentals that they will need to learn for engineering graphics and design.
  • Part II: Pro/ENGINEER Tutorial is self-paced and allows the reader to create and assemble a pizza cutter with Pro/ENGINEER.
  • Great for self-study or short courses; This text provides an inexpensive solution that gets the user up-and-running on PRO/ENGINEER.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130141545
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
08/08/2000
Series:
ESource: The Prentice Hall Engineering Source Series
Pages:
275
Product dimensions:
7.99(w) x 9.99(h) x 0.55(d)

Table of Contents

About Esource v
About the Authors ix
Engineering Graphics
1(10)
The Importance of Engineering Graphics
1(2)
Engineering Graphics
3(3)
CAD
6(1)
Design and CAD
7(4)
Projections Used in Engineering Graphics
11(12)
Projections
11(1)
3-D Projections
12(2)
Multiview Projections
14(3)
Working Drawings
17(6)
Freehand Sketching
23(14)
Why Freehand Sketches?
23(1)
Freehand Sketching Fundamentals
24(1)
Basic Freehand Sketching
25(3)
Oblique Sketching
26(1)
Isometric Sketching
27(1)
Advanced Freehand Sketching
28(9)
Freehand Oblique Sketching
28(2)
Isometric Sketching
30(2)
Orthographic Sketching
32(5)
Computer Aided Design and Drafting
37(12)
CAD Models
37(3)
CAD and Solids Modeling
40(2)
The Nature of Solids Modeling
42(7)
Standard Practice for Engineering Drawings
49(18)
Introduction to Drawing Standards
49(1)
Sheet Layouts
50(1)
Lines
51(1)
Dimension Placement and Conventions
52(4)
Section and Detail Views
56(3)
Fasteners and Screw Threads
59(2)
Assembly Drawings
61(6)
Tolerances
67(18)
Why Tolerances?
67(2)
Displaying Tolerances on Drawings
69(1)
How to Determine Tolerances
70(3)
Surface Finish
73(1)
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
74(11)
Getting Started in Pro/Engineer
85(42)
The Pizza Cutter
85(1)
Pro/Engineer Background
86(1)
Starting Pro/Engineer
87(1)
Tutorial Conventions
88(2)
Creating a Generic Part in Pro/Engineer
90(9)
Creating a Generic Part
90(2)
Environment
92(1)
Creating Default Datum Planes
93(1)
Creating a Default Coordinate System
94(2)
Setting Up Units
96(1)
Saving the Generic Part
97(2)
Closing a Window
99(1)
Modeling the Guard Base Feature
99(17)
Opening a File
99(1)
Creating a Protrusion
100(2)
Sketching the Outline of the Guard
102(12)
Extruding the Guard
114(2)
Viewing the Part
116(1)
Cutting a Circular Hole
117(6)
Creating a Round at the Corners
123(4)
Modeling the Handle
127(40)
Modeling the Handle Base Feature
127(9)
Creating a Round
136(1)
Creating a Cut
137(8)
Cutting a Rectangular Slot
145(6)
Cutting a Circular Hole
151(7)
Creating Patterned Features
158(9)
Creating More Parts
167(36)
Thin Extrude Features -- The Arm
167(12)
Solid Revolve Features with Arcs -- The Rivet
179(12)
Thin Revolve Features with the Intent Manager -- The Cap
191(6)
Mirroring to Model the Blade
197(6)
Modeling an Assembly
203(34)
Creating Assembly Datum Planes
203(2)
Bringing the First Part into the Assembly
205(6)
Adding Other Parts to the Assembly
211(13)
Assembling the Cap
211(5)
Adding the Guard
216(3)
Adding the Arms
219(3)
Adding the Blade
222(1)
Adding the Rivet
223(1)
Checking Interference in the Assembly
224(3)
Fixing Errors in Parts
227(2)
Assembly After Correcting Part Errors
229(8)
Creating Working Drawings
237(36)
Detail Drawings in Pro/Engineer
237(1)
Opening a Drawing
238(2)
Placing Views in a Drawing
240(5)
Dimensioning a Drawing
245(5)
Creating Notes
250(2)
Creating a Title Block
252(6)
Creating an Assembly Drawing
258(2)
Creating a Section View
260(2)
Creating a Detail View
262(3)
Cleaning Up the Views and Labeling Parts
265(8)
Index 273

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Graphics Concepts with Pro-Engineer 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
pratik More than 1 year ago
I am teaching proe to UG and PG students. pl. send review copy
Guest More than 1 year ago
Learn the latest version of Pro/ENGINEER quickly and easily using this engaging tutorial, 'Graphics Concepts with Pro/ENGINEER.' First, model six parts of a pizza cutter using extrusions, revolves, cuts, rounds, patterns, and many other features. Then assemble the parts to create a virtual pizza cutter. Finally, make engineering drawings of one of the parts and the entire assembly. The tutorial uses a progressive self-learning method to effectively teach the basics of Pro/ENGINEER. In addition to the tutorial, the book includes information on projections, CAD, free-hand sketching, dimensioning, and tolerancing. These sections offer an excellent review of engineering graphics for practicing designers and engineers and a complete, yet concise, introduction to engineering graphics for students.