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General doubts in Proe

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General doubts in Proe

Proe gurus

i am new user, here i am using wild fire-2. i need solutions for bellow
mentioned topics.

1. What is the meaning of "parameters" in proe
2. what is Model check ? and it's use
3. In round option what is the use of transition.
4. how we can Edit - wrap
5. What is "skeleton" in assembly
6. what is the difference between Proe ( CON.fig Vs CON.win)
7. how to use the UDF
8. Relations & Relation Equations
7. Variable section sweep.

Advance in thanks.


--
Regards
Ravinandan
Design Engineer.
"never quit...U will succeed one day"
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RE: General doubts in Proe

go to class
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Sign up for some training classes. All of these topics are covered, except ModelCheck.
By the time you have been through the 3 or 4 training classes to understand the other items, ModelCheck will be easier to understand and setup.
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I have a feeling it's going to be a LONG day

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I think this is called a "Learning curve". This is where you actually
have to learn how to use what is essentially a tool. It takes time and
with that time comes experience. With the time and experience coupled
with increased knowledge, your worth improves and you will be able to
command a higher salary.

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managers seeking to outsource overseas take note......

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Here's a good place to start.


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Too much basic queries...

Go through help documentation & spend your time.
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It seems that 'U' is already pretty darn successful.

... in fact, I just found his blog on the web! --->
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That's a 25,000 dollar question!
COACH for Pro/ENGINEER is what we use, it's a good source for on-site
training.
Check with your CAD admin to see I you have that available.

Robert Parsons
Designer
Gilbarco Veeder-Root
7300 Friendly Ave.
Greensboro, NC. 27409
Phone 336-547-5604

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Having customers in India and in the US, I can probably give a unique perspective. In general business is simply done differently in India. Technical companies seem to have more Masters/PHD level engineers doing design tasks. By nature, for either cultural or educational reasons they seem to want to gather all information before starting a task rather than diving into it. In the U.S., Canada and in Europe engineers seem to be in finer niches, with more of a "quick task completion mentality"

I know outsourcing hurt a lot of individuals here and many companies that did it blindly without understanding the ramifications. The individual that posted on this forum is looking to do his job better for all of the same reasons that we do (career growth, to support his family, etc). The reality of the matter is individuals like this one offer an opportunity to a company in the US or another country to provide some sort of training solution and make some money.


Keith Richman
Simplified Solutions Inc.
http://www.simplifiedsolutionsinc.com
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(410)420-7853
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Is this Friday? - oh wait, actually it is our Thanksgiving meal today - that counts as a friday right?
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For some reason my manual spam filter is starting to reject posts from this
list. I wonder if it has to do with the content of the posts. I've had to
use the delete button numerous times this morning. And no, it's not Friday.

Sip



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We had our Thanksgiving meal yesterday..................so today must be
Saturday?
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Lets make this easy:

I'll take the first one.

A Parameter is basically a variable. For instance, when you create a model of a rectangular cubic shape (an rectangle protruded), instead of giving discrete dimensions to each of its sides (like 2" for one side, 3" for another and 4" for the remaining), you can instead assign variables to those dimensions (length, width and thickness). This gives you a parameter model. That way, you can use other logic functions drive values into those variables (use of tables for instance).

Example. When you model a bolt, just model its shape. But assign variables to each of the dimensions instead of hard values. You can use rules to drive dimensions such as threads. If I input a bolt diameter, a rule function can automatically derive the appropriate symbolic internal thread diameter, which of course is represented by a variable.

That way, you can maintain one master CAD file of a bolt, and use a table from that CAD file to assemble size configurations of that bolt into other assemblies. That is, a #10-32 x 1" Pan Head Screw and a 1/4-2 x 2-1/2" Pan Head Screw would both come from one single CAD file.

Mark A Thompson
Silicon Safe Systems, Inc.


Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2006 15:55:37 +0530From: -To: -Subject: [model] General doubts in Proe
Proe gurus

i am new user, here i am using wild fire-2. i need solutions for bellow mentioned topics.

1. What is the meaning of "parameters" in proe
2. what is Model check ? and it's use
3. In round option what is the use of transition.
4. how we can Edit - wrap
5. What is "skeleton" in assembly
6. what is the difference between Proe ( CON.fig Vs CON.win)
7. how to use the UDF
8. Relations & Relation Equations
7. Variable section sweep.

Advance in thanks.
-- RegardsRavinandanDesign Engineer."never quit...U will succeed one day"
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Mark, I would simply change the dimension symbols to the more logical
names that you assigned to parameters instead of creating relations to
drive those dimensions.

Brian S. Lynn
Technical Coordinator, Product Engineering
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