INSIDE Pro/SURFACE: Moving from Solid Modeling to Surface Design / Edition 1

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MULTIPLE COPIES AVAILABLE: NEW: Description: 400 Pages: OnWord Press; 1 edition (June 9, 1997) : Written to Release 18, this in-depth guide helps make the creation of complex ... surface geometry more intuitive by leading the reader through practical examples of high curvature surface construction. It provides tips on how to deliver a manufacturable model that is modifiable for change and offers techniques for evaluating a design problem and determining the most appropriate technique(s) to use before modeling begins. Styling issues are outlined, such as highlight lines, lines of sight, and tangencies. This book is a valuable reference for casual or new users of Pro/SURFACE, as well as users looking to develop more effective surface modeling standards. Read more Show Less

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This in-depth guide helps make the creation of complex surface geometry more intuitive by leading the reader through practical examples of high curvature surface construction. It provides tips on how to deliver a manufacturable model that is modifiable for change and offers techniques for evaluating a design problem and determining the most appropriate technique(s) before modeling begins. Styling issues are outlined, such as highlight lines, lines of sight, and tangencies. This book is a valuable reference for casual or new users of Pro/SURFACE, as well as users looking to develop more effective surface modeling standards.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781566901345
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 6/9/1997
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 7.06 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I Fundamentals 1
Ch. 1 Design Philosophy 3
Ch. 2 Pro/SURFACE Model Construction 31
Pt. II The Tool Box 57
Ch. 3 Datum Features 59
Ch. 4 Datum Curves 77
Ch. 5 Surfacing 103
Ch. 6 Surface Trimming and Intersecting 135
Pt. III Applications 147
Ch. 7 Solving a Difficult Solid Modeling Problem 149
Ch. 8 Hammer Head Blended Surface 165
Ch. 9 Top Half of a Plastic Mouse 179
Ch. 10 Creating a Spoon 219
Ch. 11 Casting Construction Local Blend 245
Ch. 12 Ear Piece for an Eyeglass Frame 261
Ch. 13 Importing Foreign Geometry 281
Ch. 14 Shelling Difficult Geometry 297
Pt. IV Investigation and Troubleshooting 311
Ch. 15 Analysis Tools 313
Ch. 16 Surfacing Rules 329
Ch. 17 Surface Troubleshooting 345
Ch. 18 Surface Model Management 367
Index 377
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