Pro-E Training

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About The Course


ProE was developed by parametric Technology Corporation, Waltham, MA. ProE is a multi-programs software that can be used for design, analysis and manufacturing. In this portion of the course we will be dealing with the first capability of ProE which deals with the model creation and assembly of designs. However, ProE is linked to another package, MEHANICA, which is able to perform structural, thermal and motion analysis. The structural analysis includes static stress, deformation, buckling and vibration. ProE and MECHANICA can be used for optimization and parametric studies. Connecting ProE to NC machines provide the manufacturing capabilities. Wide range of sheet metal forming, piping layout and model designs can be handled.

In the design and assembly, which is the tool that we are aiming to learn, ProE is considered a powerful tool. The significance of ProE over other existing drafting tools come from its capability of being parametric, feature based solid modeling software. The parametric capability of ProE enable the designers to change certain parameters and dimensions in the feature they are designing and the program will adapt the change through the whole model. For example in design optimization, often designers need to change a particular dimension of a particular feature to fit with the rest of the model. ProE enable the designer to change the dimension and ProE will propagate the change to the rest of the model.

ProE is a feature based software were parts are created by defining features such as extrusion, sweep, cuts, holes, slots, rounds and so on. ProE will create the features upon specifying the attributes by the designer. The solid model that is created by the ProE should be feasible. ProE will not perform a task that may not lead to a solid model. It should be emphasized here that not all solid models are manufacturable models.

Course Content

1. Introduction to the Pro/ENGINEERING Wildfire Basic Modeling Process

2.Understanding Pro/ENGINEERING Concepts

3.Using the Pro/ENGINEERING Interface

4.Creating Sketcher Geometry

5.Using Sketcher Tools

6.Creating Sketches for Features

7.Advance Sketching

8.Creating Extrudes, Revolves, Sweep and Blend

9.Advance Blends

10.Creating Helical Sweep and Variable Section Sweep

11.Creating Shell and Hole Features

12.Creating Basic/Advance Rounds and Chamfers

13.Advance Hole Creation

14.Creating Datum Features: Planes and Axis

15.Creating Drafts, Ribs and Trajectory Ribs

16.Swept Blends

17.Creating Patterns

18.Group, Copy, and Mirror Tools

19.Measuring and Inspecting Models

20.Relations and Parameters

21.Family Tables, Reusing Features

22.Assembling with constraints

23.Exploding Assemblies

24.Surface Features

25.Investigating Parent/Child Relationships

26.Info Tools

27.Applying materials, Textures and Rendering

28.Creating Drawing views and their detailing

29.Intro to Sheet metal design, primary, Secondary and unattached walls

30.Unbend, bend back and cuts, punches

31.Sheet metal forms bend features

32.Conversions and additional features

Course Title Instructor Duration
Pro-E Mr. Ankit Kumar ---

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