Introduction to ProE (1)

Introduction to ProE (1) - File New Creating a New Part...

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Creating a New Part File → New
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Pro/E Screen File management Toolbar Work Screen 3 Principal Orthographic planes Part management area Datum Display Toolbar Model Display Toolbar View management Toolbar Datum Creation Toolbar Feature Creation Toolbar Feature Creation Dashboard
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Default Toolbar
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Model Display
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Pro/E Mouse Functions
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Default Datum Planes in Pro/E Three Standards Principal Orthographic Planes Top Right Front
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Creating Solids Sketched Features - (extrusions, revolves, sweeps, blends, . .) These features require a two-dimensional drawing (cross section) which is then manipulated into the third dimension. Although they usually use existing geometry for references, they do not specifically require this. These features will involve the use of an important tool called Sketcher . Select a datum plane to draw. Create a 2D sketch. Create a feature from the sketch by extruding, revolving, sweeping, …. Revolve Sweep Blend Extrude
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Creating Solids Placed Features - (holes, rounds, shells, . ..) These are features that are created directly on existing solid geometry. Examples are placing a hole on an existing surface, or creating a round on an existing edge of a part. Shell Rib Draft Hole Round Chamfer
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Edit Toolbar The final group of buttons is used for editing and modifying existing features. Merge Trim Pattern Mirror
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Implicit Constraints in Sketcher
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vertical lines horizontal lines perpendicular lines tangency equal length lines equal radius vertical alignment Example of Implicit Constraints
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Setting Sketch Orientation Sketch plane - the plane on which you will draw and your view is always perpendicular to the sketch plane. The Orientation
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course ME ME 114 taught by Professor Okamoto during the Spring '12 term at San Jose State University .

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