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Creo Parametric

Creating Auxiliary Views

An auxiliary view is projected perpendicular to a selected planar reference or projected along the direction of an axis. • You can select the following references: – Planar reference ♦ Datum plane – Linear reference ♦ Datum axis ♦ Edge • Edit the View name. • Add optional arrows. – Single – …

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Creating Detailed Views

A Detailed view is a small portion of a model shown enlarged in another view. • Detailed view components: – Location on drawing – Sketched spline – View name – Scale – Xhatching (if applicable) Figure 2 – Placed Detailed View Creating Detailed Views Figure 1 – Sketching the Spline …

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Creating Cross-Section Views

You can add cross-sections to drawing views and edit their Xhatching. • Cross-section views: – Use cross-sections from the 3-D model. – Have Xhatching that you can edit. – Enable you to add arrows to a perpendicular view. ♦ Flip material direction Figure 2 – Editing Xhatching Creating Cross-Section Views …

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Creating Projection Views

A Projection view is an orthographic projection of another view’s geometry along a horizontal or vertical direction from the parent view. • Projected view characteristics: – Is child of view from which it is projected – Orientation is 90° from parent view – Third angle or First angle Figure 2 …

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Managing Drawing Sheets

You manipulate Sheets using sheet tabs and dialog boxes. • Move or Copy Sheet dialog box: – Move sheets with the option to copy • Sheet Setup dialog box: – Specify Format – Change Size/Orientation • Sheet tabs: – Located below drawing status text – Select to activate sheet – …

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Utilizing the Drawing Tree

The drawing tree enables you to visualize and manipulate drawing elements. • Drawing Tree – Changes with Ribbon tab – Select items – Right-click options Figure 2 – Drawing Tree: Table Tab Utilizing the Drawing Tree Figure 1 – Drawing Tree: Layout Tab Figure 3 – Drawing Tree: Annotate Tab Drawing …

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Creating and Orienting General Views

When creating a series of views, a general view is usually the first view you create. • You can edit the following attributes when creating or editing general views: – View name – View type – View orientation ♦ Model view name Figure 1 – General View Type Figure 2 …

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Analyzing Drawing Concepts and Theory

A drawing is often the final deliverable at a company and contains parametric 2-D or 3-D views of a 3-D model. •A drawing usually contains at least: – Model views – Dimensions – Title block • A drawing is bi-directional. Figure 1 – Example of a Model Figure 2 – Example of …

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Animating Explode States

You have the option of animating your explode states for both exploding and unexploding operations. • Toggle animation on or off. • Options include: – Maximum seconds an animation takes between explode states. – Follow explode sequence. • You can set default behavior. Figure 1 – Animation Not Following the …

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Creating Explode Lines

Explode lines are used to denote the alignment of exploded components when the assembly is unexploded. • Create explode lines by specifying references on two components. • Edit explode lines: – Extend or shorten lines – Add/Remove Jogs • Modify line style, font, or color. Figure 1 – Unexploded Assembly …

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