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Table Of Contents

Style Quickbar
Style Analysis Quickbar
Style Commands on Other Menus
Four-View Layout
Overview of Modeling Techniques
To Build Four Curves
Displaying Points
To Build a Surface
To Connect the Free Curves to the Surface
Understanding Updates
To Connect the Style Surface to the Pro/ENGINEER Surface
To Create Normal Tangency
To Exit the Style Feature
To Redefine the Style Feature
Creating Curves and Surfaces
To Open the Start Part
Create Curves on the Model
Create the Remaining Curves
To Create the Curve for the Blister
To Create the Bottom Curve
Create Surfaces and Change Connections
To Create the Surfaces
To Break the Default Surface Connections
Make a Solid Cut with the Style Quilt
Understanding Connections
About Curve to Curve Connections
To Redefine the Free Curves
About Normal Connections
To Make Style Surface Connections
Making Further Modifications
Redefining Surfaces
To Create a Curve to Redefine a Surface
To Redefine the Boundary References of the Surface
To Add Internal Curves to the Surface
Add the Internal Curve to the Surface
To Redefine a Feature Proportionally
To Make Proportional Updates to the Rest of the Model
Creating Curves on Surfaces (COSs)
To Create the Curve Profiles
To Drop the Profile Curves onto the Surfaces
To Create a Fillet Surface from the Dropped Curves
To Add Detail to the Surfaces using COS
To Create COSs
To Trim the Fillet Surface
Using the Internal Resolve Mode
To Understand Resolve
Other Options on the Resolve Dialog Box
Using Style with Reference Data
Part 1: Freeform Blending between Pro/ENGINEER Features
To Connect the Curves to the Surfaces
Tangent Edge Connection
Surface Tangent Connection
To Create Surfaces
Part 2: Scan Data
Analyze the Data
Redefine the Feature
Part 3: Facet Data
User Interface
About Style Features
About Multiple Views
To Start Style
To Exit Style
Styling Menu
Edit Menu
View Menu
Analysis Menu
Info Menu
Style Toolbars
To Customize the Style Toolbars
Shortcut Menus
Modifier Keys
Enabling the ALT Key
About Snapping in Style
About Snapping
To Enable Snapping
Enable Snap With a Menu Option
Enable Snap With the SHIFT Key
Setting Preferences
To Set Style Preferences
To Display Surface Mesh
Views and Datum Planes
About Setting the Active Plane Orientation
About Selective Display of Entities
Creating and Editing Curves in Multiple Views
To Set the Active Plane
To Set a View to the Active Plane Orientation
To Show All Views
Example: Four-View Display
To Resize the Panes in a Four-View Display
To Show the Next View
To Reset a View
About Creating Datum Planes
To Create an Internal Datum Plane
About Modifying and Regenerating Internal Datum Planes
Example: Internal Datum Plane Offset from a Datum Plane
Example: Internal Datum Plane Through a Blend Section
Curves
Understanding Curves
About Creating Curves in Style
About Defining Points for Curves
Soft-Points
Fixed Points
Point Types
Interpolation Points
Editing Control Points
Example: Curve Control Points
Creating Curves
To Create a New Curve
To Create a Free Curve
To Create a Planar Curve
About Curves on Surfaces
To Create a COS by Points
To Create a COS by Drop
About Offsetting Curves On Surface
Redefining Offset Curves
To Create an Offset of a Curve On Surface
Example: Offset of a Curve On Surface
About Curves from Surface
To Create a Curve from Surface
About Radial-Path Planar Curves
To Create a Radial-Path Planar Curve
Example: Radial-Path Planar Curve
Editing Curves
About Proportional Update
To Select Curves for Edit
To Edit Curve Points
To Change the Curve Type
To Constrain Point Movement While Editing
To Change the Soft-Point Type
To Change a Planar Curve Position
About Editing Curve Tangents
About Direct Manipulation of Curve Tangents
To Change a Tangent's Directional Constraints
To Create Curve Connections Using Tangent Constraints
About Dual Constraints for Surface Tangents
To Create Dual Constraints for Surface Tangents
Tip: Setting the Secondary Tangent Type
To Add Points to Curves
To Combine Curves
To Split a Curve
To Extend a Curve
About Making Curves Planar Between Their Endpoints
To Make a Curve Planar Between Its End Points
To Redefine a Radial-Path Planar Curve
About Importing Curves
To Import Curves
Editing Multiple Curves
About Multiple Curve Edits
To Edit Multiple Curves
To Change the Location of Multiple Points
To Change the Tangent Options for Multiple Curves
To Offset Multiple Planar Curves
To Change References for Multiple Planar Curves
To Convert Multiple Curves
Style Parameters
About Parameters in Style
To Make Style Parameters Visible
To Edit Parameters Outside Style
To edit the Style parameters outside Style,
To Obtain Information on Parameters
Surfaces
About Surfaces
About Composite Surfaces
To Create a Boundary Surface
About Triangular Surfaces
To Create a Loft Surface
Example: Loft Surface
To Create a Blend Surface
Example: Creating Radial Blend Surfaces
Example: Creating Uniform Blend Surfaces
About Internal Curves
About Internal Curves in Triangular Surfaces
About Editing Surfaces
About Trimming Surfaces
To Trim a Surface
About Redefining Trimmed Surfaces
To Redefine Trimmed Surfaces
To Delete Trimmed Surfaces
Connections
About Curve Connections
About Surface Connections
Controlling Surface Connections in Composite Surfaces
To Connect Surfaces
About Surface Connections with Triangular Surfaces
Style Editing Tools
To Select Entities
Using Selection for Move and Copy
About Moving and Copying Style Geometry
Copying Curves with Soft-Point Constraint Proportionally
To Move and Copy Style Geometry
To Copy Style Geometry Proportionally
Example: Copy Proportional
To Redefine Geometry
To Get Information on Style Features
To Get Information on Selected Entities
To Repeat a Style Command
To Unlink COSs
Deleting Geometry
About Deleting Geometry
To Delete Geometry
To Delete Curve Points
Regeneration
About Style Regeneration
To Regenerate the Style Feature
About Automatic Curve Regeneration
About Automatic Surface Regeneration
About Resolve Mode
To Resolve a Style Feature
Curve and Surface Analysis
About Curvature Plots
About Curve and Surface Analyses in Style
Pro/ENGINEER Integration
To Redefine or Reroute Style Features
Redefining Features
Rerouting Features
To Resolve Style Features from Pro/ENGINEER
To Create Style Parameters in Pro/ENGINEER
Trace Sketch
About Trace Sketch
About Fitting Sketches
To Insert a Sketch on a Default Datum Plane
To Insert a Sketch on a Datum Plane or a Planar Surface
Example: Trace Sketches on Datum Planes and Planar Surfaces
To Insert a Scene
To Remove, Show, and Hide a Sketch
To Align the Inserted Sketch
Example: Aligning a Sketch
About Creating Geometry from Sketches
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