Parametric modeling is an approach to computer-aided design that gained prominence in the late 1980s. A commonly held assumption among CAD users is that similar modeling techniques exist for all CAD systems. To users who follow this assumption, the key to learning a different CAD system is to adapt to similar CAD commands. This is not entirely true when a two-dimensional CAD user tries to learn, for the first time, a parametric modeling application.

Within parametric modeling systems, though, you can find commands that resemble 2D CAD commands. Often, these commands are used in a parametric modeling system just as they would be used in a 2D CAD package.

MODULE – I SKETCH

– INTRODUCTION TO PARAMETRIC DESIGN
– PRO/ENGINEER USER INTERFACE
– CREATING A SKETCH
– CONSTRAINT-BASED SKETCHING USING DIFFERENT TOOLS
– SETTING RELATIONS

MODULE – II PART

– PARAMETRIC MODELING CONCEPTS
– UNDERSTANDING DATUM PLANES,
– CREATING DATUM PLANES, DATUM AXIS, DATUM CURVES
– EXTRUDING, MODIFYING, AND REDEFINING FEATURES
– FEATURE CONSTRUCTION TOOLS
– REVOLVED FEATURES
– SWEPT AND BLENDED FEATURES
– ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES
– FEATURE MANIPULATION TOOLS
– USING VIEW MANAGER
– SURFACE MODELING
– SHEETMETAL

MODULE – III ASSEMBLY MODELING

– CREATING PARTS
– EXPLODE STATE
– MECHANISM ASSEMBLY
– MODIFYING DIMENSIONS
– PLACING A COMPONENT
– REDEFINING A COMPONENT FEATURE

MODULE – IV DRAWING

– CREATING A PRO/ENGINEER DRAWING
– SECTIONS AND ADVANCED DRAWING VIEWS
– USING SHEETS
– CREATING PDF FILES

MODULE – V FORMAT

CREATING PRO/ENGINEER FORMAT FOR DRAWING VIEW


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