Title      : Computer Aided Design using Pro/Engineer
Subject      : Mechanical Engineering
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Author      : Chougule Nagesh K
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Pro/Engineer is a 3D CAD parametric feature solid modeling software developed by Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) ,Lowell Massachusetts, USA. It pioneered the CAD industry by introducing the concept of Parametric, Feature-based and bidirectional associative Solid Modeling software. It one of the world’s most advanced and tightly integrated CAD/CAM/CAE and PLM product development solutions ......
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Chapter 1 * Introduction to CAD/CAM Total views (2)  
Computer Science is concerned with the storage, manipulation and presentation of information. It is the study of computers and their uses. It may include the physical components (hardware) and programming languages (software). A computer is an electronic device that accepts input data, manipulates the data and produces the output.
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Chapter 2 * Introduction to Pro/Engineer Total views (1)  
Pro/ENGINEER is a 3D CAD parametric feature solid modeling software developed by Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) ,Lowell Massachusetts, USA. Its direct competitors are UGS-NX, CATIA, SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor and SolidEdge. It runs on several UNIX flavours, Linux and Microsoft Windows, and provides solid modeling, assembly modeling and drafting functionality for mechanical engineers.
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Chapter 3 * Creating 2D Sections Total views (1)  
In Pro/ENGINEER, the sketch is a 2D section of the feature being created. We can create sections with the Sketcher mode and are stored in .sec format. Before you can begin creating a section, you need to select, or create a plane which defines the location and orientation of the sketch in space. This plane can be any flat entity, such as any principal plane, any face of an existing solid geometry ......
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Chapter 4 * Geometric Modelling Total views (0)  
A model is a mathematical representation of geometric form which is stored in computer memory. Thus computer representation of the geometry of a component using software is called geometric model. This model can be used at every stage of the product cycle.
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Chapter 5 * Part Modelling-Base Feature Total views (0)  
For part modeling we use three types of features namely Sketch features, Place features and Datum features.
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Chapter 6 * Part Modelling Placed Features Total views (0)  
As discussed in the previous chapter, sketch features are base features which require 2D sketches to convert 2Dto 3D objects. Using references of these pre-constructed solids we can place features called as place features. Once any Base feature (such as Extrude, Revolve) is created, ProE enables Placed feature icons.
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Chapter 7 * Datums Total views (0)  
By default ProE display three datum planes which are mutual perpendicular to each other and a datum coordinate system in part or assembly module. In part modeling, these planes are referred by FRONT, TOP and RIGHT planes and co-ordinate system is referred by PRT_CSYS_DEF. Apart from these base datum, we need many more datum to while creating complex object and assembly.
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Chapter 8 * Duplication and Manipulation of Features Total views (0)  
Sometimes we need to create multiple copies of a feature, so instead of creating the features individually it is always better to create these multiple features through some automated features. Due to using such automated features we save a lot of time of creating multiple copies of same types features. In ProE we use Pattern, Mirror, Copy features to perform such activities.
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Chapter 9 * Sweep, Blend and Sweep-Blend Features Total views (0)  
As discusses in the earlier chapters, in Extrusion, material is added normal to the sketch plane (straight), whereas in Sweep feature material is added along the user defined trajectory which may or may not be straight always. If we compare Extrusion with Blend feature, in extrusion the section is same throughout whereas in blend feature different sections are created on the straight trajectory on ......
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Chapter 10 * Advance Features, Tools & Family Table Total views (0)  
The Warp feature is a powerful and flexible way of distorting models inside ProE. It is made up of SEVEN different tools that can be used individually or combined to provide very complex distortions. This feature is very much useful in new product conceptual design and development phase. Using this feature we can visualize the shape, size and form of 3D model.
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Chapter 11 * Assembly Modelling Total views (0)  
Assembly modelling is the process of collecting different parts and defining relationship between parts. It is an extension of part modeling process. In other words an assembly is a collection of different parts and subassemblies to form a system. In ProE this is done using Assembly module.
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Chapter 12 * Part Drawing Total views (0)  
Drawing is the universal language of engineering. Engineering drawing is a formal and precise way of communicating information about the shape, size, features and precision of physical part or assembly. The main purpose of engineering drawings is to communicate to other engineers, machinists, etc. Drawings do the communication best merely because a picture is worth a thousand words. Giving all of ......
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Chapter 13 * Dimensioning & Geometric Tolerencing Total views (0)  
This window is used to Show or Hide a various details created in Part or Assembly models on a drawing. While creating a part model we might have given various dimensions, geometric constraints, these details are used in Drawing mode directly. Here we can select multiple item types such as Dimension, Axis, Surface finish and their options at a time.
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Chapter 14 * Assembly Drawing Total views (0)  
An assembly of any machine is collection parts, sub-assemblies, sub-sub assemblies and standard components such as nut, bolt washers etc. An assembly drawing shows how a collection of individual parts, sub-assemblies and standard parts fit together into a finished product.
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Chapter 15 * Pro-Programming Total views (0)  
Design engineer has to go for recursive calculations. The age old techniques of the design are cumbersome as well as time consuming. To cope up with the current pace of world we need to believe that Software and Mechanical field should go hand-in-hand. If we automate these calculations, we can save lot of time as well as reduce stress on the Design engineer. To overcome these difficulties now a da ......
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Chapter 16 * Surface Modeling Total views (0)  
Historically the first systems to be developed for computer aided geometric design were surface systems. Surface entities are just extension of curves. Surface has widespread use in shipbuilding, automotive manufacturer and the shoe industry, and they are rapidly spreading into numerous small and medium sized companies manufacturing forgings, castings, plastics and various moulded products. Many c ......
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Appendix I - Pro Engineer Wildfire 4.0 Tips Total views (0)  

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Appendix II - Question & Answers Total views (0)  

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