Pro/ENGINEER 2000i / Edition 1 available in Paperback
Lamit's learn-by-doing approach to using Pro/Engineer 2000i instructs readers in how to use Pro/Engineer software in twenty-two lessons. Project-based lessons incrementally introduce users to a new set of commands and concepts that are applied to parts, assemblies, or drawings - providing both new and experienced Pro/Engineer users with customizable information that they can tailor to their skill level.
|Product dimensions:||8.66(w) x 11.02(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Louis Gary Lamit is the former head of the drafting department and CAD facility manager at De Anza College in Cupertino California. 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.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Using the Text Section 3: Fundamentals Section 4: Modes and File Management Section 5: Interface Section 6: Utilities Section 7: Setup, Information, and Analysis Section 8: Layers Section 9: The Sketcher Section 10: Help Section 11: Model Tree Section 12: Intent Manager PART I: CREATING PARTS Lesson 1: Protrusions and Cuts (Clamp) / Project: Angle Block Lesson 2: Modify and Redefine (Base Angle) / Project: T-Block Lesson 3: Holes and Rounds (Breaker) / Project: Guide Bracket Lesson 4: Datums and Layers (Anchor) / Project: Angle Frame Lesson 5: Revolved Protrusions and Neck Cuts (Pin) / Project: Clamp Foot and Clamp Swivel Lesson 6: Chamfers and Cosmetic Threads (Cylinder Rod) / Project: Clamp Ball and Coupling Shaft Lesson 7: Pattern and Group (Post Reel) / Project: Taper Coupling Lesson 8: Ribs, Relations, and Failures (Adjustable Guide) / Project: Clamp Arm Lesson 9: Drafts, Suppress, and Text Protrusions (Enclosure) / Project: Cellular Phone Bottom Lesson 10: Shells, Reorder, and Insert Mode (Oil Sink) / Project: Cellular Phone Top Lesson 11: Sweeps (Bracket) / Project: Cover Plate Lesson 12: Blends and Splines (Cap) / Project: Bathroom Faucet Lesson 13: Helical Sweeps and 3D Notes (Helical Compression Spring) / Project: Convex Compression Spring PART II: ASSEMBLIES Lesson 14: Assembly Constraints (Swing Clamp Assembly) / Project: Coupling Assembly Lesson 15: Exploded Assemblies (Exploded Swing Clamp Assembly) / Project: Exploded Coupling Assembly PART III: GENERATING DRAWINGS Lesson 16: Formats, Title Blocks, and Views (Clamp Arm Drawing) / Project: Base Angle Drawing Lesson 17: Detailing (Breaker Drawing) / Project: Cylinder Rod Drawing Lesson 18: Sections and Auxiliary Views (Anchor Drawing) / Project: Cover Plate Drawing Lesson 19: Assembly Drawings and BOM (Swing Clamp Assembly Drawing) / Project: Coupling Assembly Drawing Lesson 20: Exploded Assembly Drawings (Exploded Swing Clamp Drawing) / Project: Exploded Coupling Assembly Drawing PART IV: ADVANCED CAPABILITIES Lesson 21: User-Defined Features and Family Tables (Coupling Fitting) / Project: Tool Body Lesson 22: Pro/NC (Adjustable Guide Machining) / Project: Clamp Arm Machining / APPENDIXES / A. Advanced Projects / B. Config.pro Files and Mapkeys / C. Glossary / D. Design Intent Planning Sheets / INDEX