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Surface Modeling Tutorials

With all of its powerful feature creation tools, solid modeling is not capable of capturing the complex shapes. To capture such complex shapes, surface modeling techniques are widely used.

Surface Modeling Tutorials have been developed to teach a user the required tools, Pro/ENGINEER provides to build complex surface models. The self-study course starts from the very basic concepts and teaches advanced concepts step-by-step with the help of examples. A great emphasis is placed on building the tangent and curvature continuous surfaces to give an appealing look to the viewer. The concept of surface quality has been explained in a very clear and effective way. The tools offered by Pro/ENGINEER for analyzing the surface quality have been elaborated with examples. After completing these tutorials an Engineer or Designer will be able to start a real-world design project from concept and progress it to complete highly aesthetic surface model.

Pro/E has two modules for building surface; Pro/SURFACE and ISDX. ISDX is used for building free form surfaces. In this text we will learn to create the parametric surfaces using Pro/SURFACE module.

The training material is divided into sections listed below. CAD models are accompanied for the user practice. Finished models are also supplied to compare the work done by the user. Finished models are like a mine of information and techniques. You can learn a lot just by looking at how features have been created.

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Version

 Wildfire 3.0
 Wildfire 4.0
 Wildfire 5.0
 Creo 1.0

Stats

Total Pages:       694
Total Exercises:  127

 

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Contents for W.F  3.0 

Contents for W.F  4.0

Contents for W.F  5.0

Contents for Creo 1.0

 

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"After going through of your Top-down tutorials, I would like to mention that it is the best material about Pro/Engineer available on the market at this moment. It is evident that information presented is the result of a lot of work and huge experience, which saves users days of working by-self."

Slobodan

Bertrandt AG, Germany

Currently doing Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering