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Pdms Design

Pdms Design

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pdms1131/man30/doc2Issue 181200
PDMSDESIGN
Reference ManualPart 2: Creating the Model
Version 11.3
 
Cadcentre Ltd, High Cross, Madingley Road, Cambridge CB3 0HB, UK
PLEASE NOTE:
Cadcentre has a policy of continuing product development: therefore, the information contained in thisdocument may be subject to change without notice.CADCENTRE MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS DOCUMENT,INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY ANDFITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.While every effort has been made to verify the accuracy of this document, Cadcentre shall not beliable for errors contained herein or direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages inconnection with the furnishing, performance or use of this material.This manual provides documentation relating to products which you may not have access to or whichmay not be licensed to you. For further information on which products are licensed to you please referto your licence conditions.
Copyright 1990 through 2001 Cadcentre Limited
All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system ortransmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording orotherwise, without prior written permission of Cadcentre.The software programs described in this document are confidential information and proprietaryproducts of Cadcentre Ltd or its licensors.For details of Cadcentre's worldwide sales and support offices, see our website at
 
PDMS DESIGN Reference Manual
Contents-i
Part 2: Creating the ModelVersion 11.3
Contents
2.1The Primitive Modelling Attributes.................................................................2-12.1.1Sizing Primitive Building Blocks..................................................................2-22.1.2Choosing Nozzle Size, Rating and Height....................................................2-32.1.3Modelling Detail Levels.................................................................................2-32.1.4Obstruction Settings.....................................................................................2-42.2Positioning at a Known Point...........................................................................2-62.2.1Positioning at a Coordinate...........................................................................2-62.2.2Polar Positioning from the Origin.................................................................2-82.2.3General Polar Positioning from the Origin...................................................2-92.3Orientation and Connection............................................................................2-102.3.1Design Element Orientation.......................................................................2-112.3.2Design Element Reorientation....................................................................2-122.3.3Primitive Element Connection....................................................................2-142.4Moving by a Known Distance.........................................................................2-162.4.1Moving Along Axes......................................................................................2-162.4.2Moving in any Direction..............................................................................2-172.4.3Moving in any Direction: Distance Given in Different Plane....................2-192.5Moving Through Defined Intersection Planes................................................2-192.5.1Moving Through an Intersection................................................................2-202.5.2Moving Either Side of an Intersection........................................................2-222.5.3General Moving to an Intersection.............................................................2-242.6Moving In Front of or Behind Items...............................................................2-272.6.1Moving Either Side of a Fixed Object.........................................................2-272.6.2Moving On Top of or Under a Fixed Object................................................2-302.6.3Moving an Item Using Reference Points....................................................2-332.7Moving to a Specified Clearance between Items............................................2-352.7.1Moving to a Clearance Either Side.............................................................2-352.7.2Moving an Object to Clear Another Object.................................................2-382.7.3Moving to a Vertical Clearance...................................................................2-402.7.4General Moving to a Clearance...................................................................2-432.8Reflecting a Position in a Plane (Mirroring)...................................................2-44

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