This short tutorial gets you started creating a cube with Pro/ENGINEER. To create cubes you can use the Extrude feature. An extruded feature is a three-dimensional geometry that is created by projecting a two-dimensional section at a specified distance normal to the sketching plane. The section can represent a protrusion or a cut, that is, it can either add or remove material.... (Show more)(Show less)
One of the more commonly overlooked analysis types is the One-Sided Volume Analysis. This is a great way to leverage the associative properties of Pro/ENGINEER for what may seem like an otherwise obscure task; calculating volume. While the Mass Properties can give you the overall volume of a model, the One-Sided Volume analysis takes things one step further, and provides a more practical analysis result, the usable volume of a container. The following will outline how to quickly setup and make use of this type of analysis feature. (This works best with shelled geometry).... (Show more)(Show less)
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