Solid Modeling Using Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire

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Thomson Delmar Learning, 2006 - Computers - 248 pages
Understand and use the software of choice by engineers, technicians, and manufacturers! This book provides an experience-based familiarity with the design capabilities of Pro/ENGINEER® Wildfire™, one of the most prevalent CAD/CAM software programs in the world. Practical, step-by-step tutorials are incorporated throughout, familiarizing readers with key elements of the user interface and enabling beginners to get comfortable with the basics of the software. Coverage is elemental in scope, and provides valuable insight into the methodology of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire in the creation of fundamental models. Drawing, assembly, and feature operations are explored in later chapters.

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Extrusion and Holes
Design Intention the Sketcher and Geometric Constraints
Revolved Solids

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Ajayi Adewale is Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at University of North Florida (UNF)

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