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Pro/Engineer Wildfire 4.0 is one of the most widely used CAD/CAM software programs in the world today. Designed for a one or two semester undergraduate course for first or second year engineering students, Pro/engineer Wildfire 4.0 is an extremely beneficial book for both aspiring and newly employed engineers. The text involves creating a new part, an assembly, or drawing, using a set of Pro/E commands, walking you through the process systematically and guiding you through parametric design. While using this text, a student will create individual parts, assemblies, and drawings.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780495411192
  • Publisher: CL-Engineering
  • Publication date: 7/22/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 710
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Louis Gary Lamit is the former head of the drafting department and CAD facility manager, and is currently an instructor at De Anza College in Cupertino, California, where he teaches computer-aided design. Mr. Lamit has worked as a drafter, designer, numerical control (NC) programmer, technical illustrator, and engineer in the automotive, aircraft, and piping industries. A majority of his work experience is in the area of mechanical and piping design. He started as a drafter in Detroit (as a job shopper) in the automobile industry, doing tooling, dies, jigs and fixture layout, and detailing at Koltenbar Engineering, Tool Engineering, Time Engineering, and Premier Engineering for Chrysler, Ford, AMC, and Fisher Body. Mr. Lamit has worked at Remington Arms and Pratt and Whitney Aircraft as a designer, and at Boeing Aircraft and Kollmorgan Optics as an NC programmer and aircraft engineer. Mr. Lamit also owns and operates his own consulting firm, and has been involved with advertising and patent illustrating.

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Table of Contents

Introduction Parametric Design Fundamentals Part Design Establishing Features Datum Features Parent-Child Relationships Capturing Design Intent Assemblies Drawings Using the Text Text 18 Lesson 1 - Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0 Overview Creating the Pin Part Creating the Plate Part Creating the Assembly Creating Drawings Lesson 2 - Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0 Pro/ENGINEERs Main Window Catalog Parts ProductView Lite File Functions Help View and Display Functions Using Mouse Buttons to Manipulate the Model System Display Settings Information Tools The Model Tree Working on the Model About the Dashboard Lesson 3 - Direct Modeling Modeling Extrude Tool Round Tool Shell Tool Draft Tool Chamfer Tool Hole Tool Extrude Tool (Cut) Mirror Sketch Revolve Tool Cross Sections Revolve Tool (Cut) Lesson 4 - Extrusions The Design Process Material Files Sketch Tool Environment Constraints Sketching Dimensioning Modifying Dimensions Lesson 5 - Datums, Layers, and Sections Navigator Colors Appearance Editor Datum Plane Tool Layers Geometric Tolerances Hole Tool (Sketched) Suppressing and Resuming Features Cross Sections View Manager Relations Info Feature List Lesson 6 - Revolved Features Revolve Tool Chamfers Threads Standard Holes Navigation Window Manipulating Folders Folder Browser Model Tree Holes Dimension Properties Materials Cosmetic Threads Using the Model Player Printing and Plotting Lesson 7 - Feature Operations Ribs Relations Parameter Symbols Operators and Functions Arithmetic Operators Assignment Operators Comparison Operators Mathematical Functions Failed Features Family Tables Copy Paste Special Rib Tool Flexing the Model Measuring Geometry Standard Holes Family Tables Pro/MANUFACTURING Lesson 8 - Assemblies Assembly Constraints Placing Components Pro/Library Catalog Parts Layer Tree Add a Component to the Assembly Regenerating Models Copy and Paste Components Bill of Materials Assembly Sections Creating Components in the Assembly Mode Top-Down Design Global Reference Viewer Pattern Analysis Interference Rotating Components Component Operations Bill of Materials Edit Definition Edit Lesson 9 - Exploded Assemblies and View Manager Creating Exploded Views Component Display Types of Representations View Manager URLs and Model Notes Views: Perspective, Saved, and Exploded Saved Views Default Exploded Views View Manager Explode View View Style Model Tree Lesson 10 - Introduction to Drawings Formats, Title Blocks, and Views Specifying the Format Size Standard Formats Drawing Templates Template View Views Page Setup System Formats Show/Erase Cleanup Dimensions Move Views Delete Views Dimension Options Drawing Scale Section Views Drawing View Properties Lesson 11 - Part Drawings - Page Setup Drawing Options Drawing Options File Drawing Views Auxiliary Views Section Views Show/Erase Drawing Items Detail Views Dimension Properties Text Style Geometric Tolerances Pictorial Drawing Views Title Block Notes Drawing View Information Lesson 12 - Assembly Drawings Format Options Format Notes Tables Text Style Report Symbols Adding Parts List Data Parameters Relations Assembly Drawings Bill of Materials Assembly Drawing Views Assembly Section BOM Balloons Exploded Assembly Drawings Lesson 13 - Patterns Fill Pattern Axial Pattern Copy and Paste Special Group Insert Mode Scale Model Sheetmetal Flat Walls Flange Walls Directional Pattern Flat Pattern Lesson 14 - Blends Blend Options Parallel Blends Rotational and General Blends Blend Tool Polar Grid Axial Pattern Analysis Measure Section Lesson 15 - Sweeps Sweep Forms Sweep Options Sweep Tool Trajectory Lesson 16 - Helical Sweeps and 3D Model Notes Helical Sweeps 3D Model Notes Helical Compression Spring Helical Sweep Tool Model Notes URL Links Springs Lesson 17 - Shell, Reorder, and Insert Mode Creating Shells Reordering Features Inserting Features Draft Tool Shell Tool Pattern Table Reorder Insert Mode Lesson 18 - Drafts, Suppress, and Text Extrusions Drafts Suppressing and Resuming Features Text Extrusions Draft Tool Shell Tool Group Mirror Surface Round Section View Manager Solidify Tool Suppress Extrude Tool Resume ModelCHECK Geometry Check Appendix Customizing the User Interface (UI) Customize Screen Navigation Browser Mapkeys Record Mapkeys Customize Mapkeys Quick Reference Cards Index

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