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1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Extrude and Revolve Features Introduction Solid features can be created using a variety of techniques. The most common solid features are Extrude and Revolve. These features are created by sketching the shape on an existing planar surface. Extruded features are created normal to the sketch plane. Revolved features are revolved about a sketched centerline. When creating a new part, the template includes three Datum Planes that are used as a foundation for the model. The first solid feature is sketched and oriented using these datum planes. Subsequent features can also be sketched on the datum planes or on solid surfaces of the model. Examples of Extrude and Revolve features are shown below. Extrude Revolve CADQUEST Page 87

2 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Dashboard Tools The system uses dashboard tools for defining the various elements of the feature. Extruded features are created using the Extrude Tool as shown below. These tools includes right mouse button popup menus for shortcuts to common elements of the feature being created. Hole Shell Rib Draft Round Chamfer Extrude Revolve Variable Section Sweep Blended Surface The Extrude Tool is used for creating all types of extruded features Each tool includes a right mouse button popup menu for shortcuts Page 88 CADQUEST

3 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 The Extrude Tool The Extrude Tool is used to create all extruded features including solid protrusions and cuts, thin protrusions and cuts, and extruded surfaces. The Extrude Tool is shown below. Set the Depth element in the Options panel For extruded surfaces, cap the ends here Enter a name for the feature here Pick here for information Sketch Direction from sketch plane Protrusion or Cut Solid or Thin Material Side for cuts Preview Pause Solid or Surface Define the Sketch plane, Reference plane, Sketch, and View direction for the feature here Depth value Blind Symmetrical Blind Thru Next Thru All Thru Until Up To Entity Thickness of thin features Use the right mouse button popup menu for shortcuts Done Quit CADQUEST Page 89

4 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Internal Vs External Sections Traditional Pro/ENGINEER features use an internal section; the section (or sketch) is part of the feature. Pro/ENGINEER allows the use of existing datum curves to define the shape of new features. When this is done, the section is considered external. External sections are copied from the selected datum curve, and become independent of the curve, meaning if the curve is modified, the copied section does not update. To create an extruded feature with an internal section, pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below. The Section dialog box is used to control the elements of the internal section. When creating a feature, pick here to create an internal section - or- Pick an existing datum curve for a copied external section The Section dialog box control the elements of internal sections Pick here to select the sketching plane Pick here to use the previous sketching plane Flip the direction of viewing the sketch plane here Pick here to select the reference plane Set the orientation of the reference plane here Pick here to sketch the section Page 90 CADQUEST

5 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Sketch Plane and Reference Plane The Sketch plane is the plane you sketch on. The Reference plane is another plane used to rotationally orient the Sketch plane. The system usually selects a reference plane for you, and you can accept it or select a different one before sketching the section. The Section dialog box controls the Sketch plane, the viewing direction, the Reference plane, and the orientation of the Reference plane relative to the monitor. The Section dialog box is shown below. Pick here to select the Sketch plane Pick here to Flip the viewing direction Pick here to select the Reference plane Set the orientation of the Reference plane here Pick Sketch to draw the sketch FRONT TOP The default datum planes are used for the Sketch plane and the Reference plane of the first solid feature RIGHT CADQUEST Page 91

6 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Protrusion Vs Cut A Protrusion adds material to the model. A Cut removes material from the model. Both extruded protrusions and extruded cuts can be created using the Extrude Tool as shown below. The system defaults to Protrusion, pick as shown below to create a Cut. Pick here to toggle between Protrusion and Cut Creating an Extruded Protrusion Creating an Extruded Cut Page 92 CADQUEST

7 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Extrude Direction The Direction of the extruded feature can be flipped on the model or in the Extrude Tool as shown below. Pick here to flip the direction of extruded features When you want to extrude in both directions from the sketching plane, use the Options panel of the Extrude Tool as shown below. Set the depth for each direction in the Options panel of the Extrude Tool Extrude on One Side Direction to the Left Extrude on Both Sides Extrude on One Side Direction to the Right CADQUEST Page 93

8 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Material Side Extruded features that remove material from the model are called Cuts. The Material Side arrow controls on which side of the sketch the system removes the material. The Material Side arrow points toward the material to be removed as shown below. Pick here to remove (cut) material Pick here to flip the material side of extruded cuts The Material Side Arrow Points Toward the Material to be Removed from the Model Page 94 CADQUEST

9 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Extruded Depth Options When creating extruded features, many options are available to define the depth of the feature. Each of the depth options are described below, and the icons are shown at the bottom of the page. Blind Symmetrical Blind Thru Next Thru All Thru Until Up To Entity Depth is controlled by a dimension on one side of the sketch plane. Depth is controlled by a single dimension symmetrical on both sides of the sketch plane. Depth is controlled by the next part surface the feature completely intersects. In other words, the surface must be bigger than the feature being created. Go all the way through the part. Depth is controlled by selecting a part surface the feature completely intersects. In other words, the surface must be bigger than the feature being created. Depth is controlled by a datum point, or a vertex, or a datum curve, or a part surface, or a datum plane. The feature does not have to completely intersect the surface. Blind Symmetrical Blind Thru Next Thru All Thru Until Up To Entity Extruded Feature Depth Options CADQUEST Page 95

10 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Creating Extruded Features The process of creating extruded features is complex. Use this page as a guide to creating extruded features. Start by picking the Extrude Tool icon (1) then pick the Internal Sketch button (2) in the Extrude Tool. After selecting the sketch plane pick the Sketch button (3) in the Section dialog box. After completing the sketch, pick the Done icon (4) In the Extrude Tool, set the Class (5) to Solid or Surface, set the Depth (6), Set the Type (7) to Protrusion or Cut In the graphics window, pick the arrows if necessary to flip the direction arrow (8) and material side arrow (9). Drag the depth handle (10) to the desired depth or double pick the dimension to enter a value. Pick the checkmark (11) or click the middle mouse button to complete the feature. Use one of the config.pro options shown below to control the grid snap of the drag handles. angle_grid_interval inch_grid_interval meter_grid_interval millimeter_grid_interval value value value value Page 96 CADQUEST

11 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Thin Features A Thin is a constant thickness feature created by sketching one side of the material. Pick as shown below to create an extruded thin feature. Pick here to create a Thin extruded feature Enter the thickness of the Thin here Creating an Extruded Thin Feature CADQUEST Page 97

12 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design The Revolve Tool The Revolve Tool is used to create all revolved features including solid protrusions and cuts, thin protrusions and cuts, and revolved surfaces. This tool is very similar to the Extrude Tool. The Revolve Tool is shown below. Set the Angle element in the Options panel For revolved surfaces, cap the ends here Enter a name for the feature here Pick here for information Sketch Direction from sketch plane Protrusion or Cut Solid or Thin Material Side for cuts Preview Pause Revolve angle Thickness of thin features Done Quit Solid or Surface Define the Sketch plane, Reference plane, Sketch, and View direction for the feature here Blind Symmetrical Blind Up To Surface Use the right mouse button popup menu for shortcuts Page 98 CADQUEST

13 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 EXERCISE 4 EXTRUDE AND REVOLVE FEATURES Goal The goal of this exercise is to become familiar with creating extruded and revolved solid features. Task 1: Create a new part. This is the connector part for the project. Pick File, New or pick the New icon Enter < > for the name (don t enter the < > symbols) Pick OK in the dialog box Read the message in the message area and notice the datum planes Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the RIGHT datum plane for the sketch plane Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box as shown below Pick Sketch CADQUEST Page 99

14 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick the Rectangle icon and sketch a rectangle as shown below Align the rectangle to the FRONT and TOP datums, be sure to draw the rectangle in the upper left quadrant as shown below TOP H H 2.00 V V FRONT H 4.00 Pick the Select Mode icon Double pick each dimension and modify the value as shown above Pick the Done icon In the Extrude Tool, set the depth to Symmetrical Blind as shown below Use this depth option Page 100 CADQUEST

15 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Enter < 21.5 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button Read the messages in the message area The part is shown here Pick File, Close Window Task 2: Create another new part. This is the LCD part for the project. Pick File, New or pick the New icon Enter < > for the name of the new part then pick OK in the dialog box Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the RIGHT datum plane for the sketch plane Pick Top in the Orientation pull-down menu in the Section dialog box as shown Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box as shown below Pick Top here Pick Sketch CADQUEST Page 101

16 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick the Centerline icon and sketch a vertical centerline aligned with the FRONT datum plane as shown below Pick the Rectangle icon and sketch a symmetrical rectangle as shown below Align the bottom of the rectangle to the TOP datum plane as shown below FRONT Add the centerline aligned with the FRONT datum plane 2.54 H TOP V H V Add the Symmetry constraint if necessary using the Constraints icon Pick the Select Mode icon Double pick each dimension and modify the value as shown above Pick the Done icon In the Extrude Tool, set the depth to Symmetrical Blind as shown below Use this depth option Page 102 CADQUEST

17 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Enter < 25 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Read the message in the message area Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation The part is shown here Task 3: Create an extruded cut feature. Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Remove Material icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here to remove material Then pick here to sketch Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown above Pick this end surface of the model for the sketch plane CADQUEST Page 103

18 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Pick Top in the Orientation pull-down menu in the Section dialog box as shown Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box as shown below Pick Top here Pick Sketch The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Add two additional references by selecting the model edges as shown below Specify these two surfaces of the part as additional references TOP V H FRONT Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick the Line icon and draw two lines as shown in bold above Pick the Dimension icon and add the two dimensions as shown above Page 104 CADQUEST

19 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Pick the Select Mode icon Double pick each dimension and modify the value as shown in the previous figure Pick the Done icon In the Extrude Tool, set the depth to Thru All as shown below Use this depth option Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button Read the messages in the message area The part is shown below Pick File, Close Window CADQUEST Page 105

20 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Task 4: Create another new part. This is the battery for the project. Pick File, New or pick the New icon Enter < > for the name of the new part then pick OK in the dialog box Pick the Revolve icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Revolve Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the RIGHT datum plane for the sketch plane Pick Top in the Orientation pull-down menu in the Section dialog box as shown Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box as shown below Pick Top here Pick Sketch The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Page 106 CADQUEST

21 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Pick the Centerline icon and sketch a vertical centerline aligned with the FRONT datum plane as shown below Sketch, constrain, and dimension the geometry as shown below Add a vertical centerline aligned to the FRONT datum plane FRONT H V Align to TOP T V 2.00 TOP H To create this dimension, pick the centerline first, then pick the vertical sketch line, then pick the centerline again, then use the middle mouse button to place the dimension Pick the Select Mode icon Drag a box around all the dimensions using the left mouse button Pick the Modify icon Remove the checkmark next to Regenerate in the Modify dialog box Modify the value of each dimension as shown above Pick the green checkmark in the Modify dialog box Pick the Done icon Pick the checkmark in the Revolve Tool to complete the feature CADQUEST Page 107

22 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button Read the messages in the message area The part is shown here Pick File, Close Window Task 5: Create another new part. Pick File, New or pick the New icon Enter < > for the name of the new part then pick OK in the dialog box Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the TOP datum plane for the sketch plane Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick Sketch, Data from File Pick sketch-6.sec from the list then pick Open Note The part does not reference the original sketch and it is not associative to the sketch-6.sec file Page 108 CADQUEST

23 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Enter < 1 > for the Scale in the small dialog box, press enter but do not pick the green checkmark yet Pick the center of the red section and move it as shown below RIGHT Move the section by picking inside this circle FRONT Place the center of the lower arc at the center of the two datum planes Place the sketch as shown above then pick the checkmark in the Scale Rotate dialog box CADQUEST Page 109

24 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Modify the dimension values as shown in the previous figure if necessary Pick the Done icon Enter < 9.25 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button The part is shown here Task 6: Create a copy of the part. Pick File, Save a Copy Enter < > for the new name then pick OK in the dialog box Read the message in the message area Note Remember that after using the File, Save a Copy command, the current object is the original object, not the new object. Task 7: Continue working in Create an extruded cut. Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Remove Material icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here to remove material Then pick here to sketch Page 110 CADQUEST

25 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown in the previous figure Select the top part surface for the sketching plane as shown below Sketch on this part surface Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick the offset edge icon in the sketcher toolbar Pick Loop in the small dialog box then pick the surface of the part as shown below Pick Loop Then pick this part surface Enter < > to offset in the opposite direction of the arrow Pick Close in the small dialog box shown above Note The offset edge command creates sketch entities offset from the existing edges of the model. If the original edges are changed, the offset edges update automatically. CADQUEST Page 111

26 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Add two horizontal lines and two vertical dimensions as shown below RIGHT Add these two horizontal lines FRONT Create these two dimensions using Pick the Select Mode icon Modify the dimension values as shown above Pick the Dynamic Trim icon Pick the entities that you want to delete so the sketch looks as shown here Pick File, Save a Copy Enter < cover > for the name then pick OK Note When using the sketcher, the Save and Save a Copy commands only save the sketch and not the part itself. Page 112 CADQUEST

27 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Pick the Done icon Enter < 2.55 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation The part is shown below Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button Pick File, Close Window Task 8: Create an extruded cut feature in Pick the Open icon then double pick prt Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Remove Material icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here to remove material Then pick here to sketch Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown above CADQUEST Page 113

28 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Pick the surface of the model as shown below for the sketch plane Sketch on this part surface Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick the Centerline icon and sketch a vertical centerline aligned with the RIGHT datum plane as shown below Pick the Rectangle icon and sketch a symmetrical rectangle as shown below RIGHT Vertical centerline aligned with the RIGHT datum plane H FRONT V V H Page 114 CADQUEST

29 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Add the Symmetry constraint if necessary using the Constraints icon Pick the Select Mode icon Double pick each dimension and modify the value as shown in the previous figure Pick the Done icon In the Extrude Tool, set the depth to Thru All as shown below Use this depth option Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button Read the messages in the message area The part is shown below Pick File, Close Window CADQUEST Page 115

30 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Task 9: Create a new part. This is the lens part for the project. Pick File, New or pick the New icon Enter < > for the name of the new part then pick OK in the dialog box Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the FRONT datum plane for the sketch plane Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick the Centerline icon and sketch a vertical centerline aligned with the RIGHT datum plane as shown below Pick the Line icon and sketch a symmetrical horizontal line aligned with the TOP datum plane Add two vertical lines as shown below Pick the 3 Point Arc icon and add the arc as shown below Add the Symmetry constraint if necessary using the Constraints icon RIGHT Align this line to the TOP datum plane Align a vertical centerline to the RIGHT datum plane R TOP V H V Page 116 CADQUEST

31 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Pick the Select Mode icon Drag a box around all the dimensions using the left mouse button Pick the Modify icon Remove the checkmark next to Regenerate in the Modify dialog box Modify the value of each dimension as shown in the previous figure Pick the green checkmark in the Modify dialog box Pick the Done icon In the Extrude Tool, set the depth to Symmetrical Blind as shown below Use this depth option Enter < 20 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation The part is shown below CADQUEST Page 117

32 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Task 10: Create another extruded protrusion. Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the TOP datum plane for the sketch plane Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick the Centerline icon and sketch a vertical centerline aligned with the RIGHT datum plane Pick the offset edge icon in the sketcher toolbar Pick Loop in the small dialog box then pick the surface of the part as shown below Pick Loop Then pick this part surface Enter < -0.5 > to offset in the opposite direction of the red arrow Pick Close in the small dialog box shown above Note The offset edge command creates sketch entities offset from the existing edges of the model. If the original edges are changed, the offset edges update automatically. Page 118 CADQUEST

33 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Add two symmetrical rectangles to the sketch as shown below RIGHT FRONT Trim the sketch using to remove the unwanted entities (the result is shown below) Add the dimensions and modify the values as shown below RIGHT 3.80 FRONT Vertical centerline aligned to the RIGHT datum plane CADQUEST Page 119

34 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Pick the Done icon Enter < 0.5 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button Read the messages in the message area The part is shown here Pick File, Close Window Task 11: Create another new part. This is the battery cover for the project. Pick File, New or pick the New icon Enter < > for the name of the new part then pick OK in the dialog box Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the TOP datum plane for the sketch plane Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Pick Sketch, Data from File Pick cover.sec from the list then pick Open (this sketch was created on page 112) Note The part does not reference the original sketch and it is not associative to the cover.sec file Page 120 CADQUEST

35 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Enter < 1 > for the Scale in the small dialog box, press enter but do not pick the green checkmark yet Place the section as shown below then pick the checkmark in the Scale Rotate dialog box Add a vertical centerline as shown below Add the symmetry constraint as necessary Add the dimensions as shown below Align a vertical centerline to the RIGHT datum plane H RIGHT Move the section by picking inside this circle Align the center of the lower arc to the two datum planes FRONT T T H R Modify the dimension values as shown above Pick the Done icon Enter < 2 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature CADQUEST Page 121

36 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button The part is shown below Pick File, Close Window Task 12: Create another new part. This is the button part for the project. Pick File, New or pick the New icon Enter < > for the name of the new part then pick OK in the dialog box Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the TOP datum plane for the sketch plane Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box The system selects two references for you and they are displayed as dashed lines Pick Close in the References dialog box Add a vertical centerline aligned with the RIGHT datum plane Page 122 CADQUEST

37 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Sketch, dimension, and constrain the geometry as shown below H RIGHT FRONT V V Vertical centerline aligned to the RIGHT datum Add the symmetry constraint if necessary using After completing the sketch, pick the Done icon Enter < 1.45 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation The result is shown below CADQUEST Page 123

38 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Task 13: Create a revolved protrusion in Pick the Revolve icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Revolve Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the RIGHT datum plane for the sketch plane Pick Sketch in the Section dialog box, then pick Close in the References dialog box Pick the Centerline icon and sketch a vertical centerline aligned with the FRONT datum plane as shown below Sketch the geometry shown in bold below 3.15 FRONT Add a vertical centerline aligned to the FRONT datum plane H H TOP Page 124 CADQUEST

39 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 Add the dimensions as shown in the previous figure Pick the Select Mode icon Double pick each dimension and enter the appropriate value Pick the Done icon Pick the checkmark in the Revolve Tool to complete the feature Pick View, Orientation, Standard Orientation The part is shown below Task 14: Create a revolved cut in Pick the Revolve icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Remove Material icon in the Revolve Tool as shown below Pick here to remove material Then pick here to sketch Pick the Sketch icon in the Revolve Tool as shown above Pick the RIGHT datum plane for the sketch plane Pick Sketch in the Section dialog box Pick Close in the References dialog box CADQUEST Page 125

40 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Pick the Centerline icon and sketch a vertical centerline aligned with the FRONT datum plane as shown below Sketch the geometry shown in bold below FRONT Add a vertical centerline aligned to the FRONT datum plane H V 2.50 H V TOP Add the dimensions as shown above Pick the Select Mode icon Double pick each dimension and enter the appropriate value Pick the Done icon Pick the checkmark in the Revolve Tool to complete the feature Page 126 CADQUEST

41 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Section 1 The result is shown below Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button Close the window Task 15: Create another new part. This is the printed circuit board for the project. Pick File, New or pick the New icon Enter < > for the name of the new part then pick OK in the dialog box Pick the Extrude icon on the right side toolbar Pick the Sketch icon in the Extrude Tool as shown below Pick here Pick the TOP datum plane for the sketch plane Pick the Sketch button in the Section dialog box Pick Close in the References dialog box CADQUEST Page 127

42 Section 1 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Design Add a vertical centerline aligned with the RIGHT datum plane as shown below Sketch, dimension, and constrain the geometry as shown below RIGHT R1 R1 T T FRONT V L1 V L Vertical centerline aligned to the RIGHT datum Align the small arc centers to the RIGHT datum plane Add the symmetry constraint if necessary After completing the sketch, pick the Done icon Enter < 0.76 > for the depth in the Extrude Tool Pick the checkmark in the Extrude Tool to complete the feature Pick File, Save then click the middle mouse button The part is shown below Pick File, Close Window Page 128 CADQUEST

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