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Review: 1. What are the three hole types available in Pro/ENGINEER? 2. Name two ways of creating a counterbored hole in Pro/ENGINEER. 3. What are the five ways of placing a hole in Pro/E? What is the primary reference for each? 4. What are some ways to avoid regeneration problems with Round features? 5. What is the primary difference between a Simple Round and an Advanced Round? 6. What is a Draft feature? What is the primary use of a draft on a mechanical part? 7. Within the Draft command, what is a neutral plane? Patterning Features in Wildfire Patterning Features in Wildfire
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Patterning Features in Wildfire Patterning Features in Wildfire Pattern Types: Dimension Patterns: Created by varying one or more specific dimensions that define the pattern’s parent feature. Reference Pattern: Created by referencing a previously created pattern. Table Pattern: Instances of a pattern receive their parametric
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Unformatted text preview: definitions from a table. Useful for arrays of features that don’t have linear or circular patterns. ■ Fill Pattern: Instances of a pattern fill the interior of a sketched region. ■ Categories of Patterns: ■ Linear ■ Leader Dimensions ■ Varying Dimensions ■ One Directional vs. Two Directional ■ Angular (or rotational) ■ Must use an angular dimension as a reference. Patterning Features in Wildfire Patterning Features in Wildfire ■ Pattern Options: ■ Identical Pattern: Instances on the same placement plane. Same size instances. Instances cannot touch. Instances cannot touch or overlap the placement plane. ■ Varying Pattern: Instances cannot touch. ■ General Pattern: No Assumptions Demo Patterning Patterning Features Features in in Wildfire Wildfire...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course MFET 311 taught by Professor Dannywittenborn during the Spring '04 term at Purdue.

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