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FOREWORD
CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION
1.1 PRODUCT REALIZATION PROCESS
1.2 BRIEF HISTORY OF CAD/CAM DEVELOPMENT
1.3.1 Computer Aided Design – CAD
1.3.2 Computer Aided Manufacturing – CAM
1.3.3 Computer Aided Engineering – CAE
1.4 SCOPE OF THIS TUTORIAL
CHAPTER 2 - GETTING STARTED IN UNIGRAPHICS
2.1 OPENING UNIGRAPHICS AND FILES
2.1.1 Open Unigraphics
2.1.2 Open a New File
2.1.3 Open a Part File
2.2 PRINTING, SAVING AND CLOSING PART FILES
2.2.1 Print a Unigraphics Image
2.2.2 Save Part Files
2.2.3 Close Part Files
2.2.4 Exit an Unigraphics Session
2.2.5 Simultaneously Saving All Parts and Exiting
2.3 UNIGRAPHICS-NX3 INTERFACE:
2.3.1 Mouse Functionality
2.3.2 Unigraphics Gateway
2.3.3 Geometry Selection
2.3.4 User Preferences
2.4 COORDINATE SYSTEMS
2.4.1 Absolute Coordinate System
2.4.2 Work Coordinate System
2.4.3 Existing Coordinate Systems
2.4.4 Move the WCS
2.5 USING LAYERS
2.5.1 Layer Control
2.5.2 Commands in Layers
2.6 IMPORTANT COMMANDS/DIALOGS
2.6.1 Toolbars
2.6.2 Transform Functions
CHAPTER 3 - FORM FEATURES
3.1 OVERVIEW
3.2 TYPES OF FEATURES
3.3 PRIMITIVES
3.3.1 Model a Block
3.3.2 Model a Shaft
3.4 REFERENCE FEATURES
3.4.1 Datum Plane
3.4.2 Datum Axis
3.5 SWEPT FEATURES
3.5.1 Extruded Body
3.6 REMOVE FEATURES
3.7 EXERCISE - MODEL A WASHER
CHAPTER 4 – FEATURE OPERATIONS
4.1 OVERVIEW
4.2 TYPES OF FEATURE OPERATIONS
4.3 FEATURE OPERATIONS ON MODELS
4.3.1 Model a Hexagonal Screw
4.3.2 Model an L-Bar
4.3.3 Model a Hexagonal Nut
4.3.4 Model a Rack with Instances
4.4 EXERCISE - MODEL A CIRCULAR BASE
CHAPTER 5 – DRAFTING
.1 OVERVIEW
5.2.1 Drafting
5.2.2 Dimensioning
.2.3 Sectional View
5.2.4 Drafting and Dimensioning of an Impeller hexagonal bolt
6.2 SKETCHING FOR CREATING MODELS
6.2.2 Model an Impeller Lower Casing
6.2.3 Model an Impeller
6.3 EXERCISES
CHAPTER 7 – FREEFORM FEATURE
7.1 OVERVIEW
7.1.1 Creating Freeform Features from Points
7.1.2 Creating Freeform Features from Section Strings
7.1.3 Creating Freeform Features from Faces
7.2 FREEFORM FEATURE MODELING
7.2.1 Modeling with points
7.2.2 Modeling with a point cloud
7.2.3 Modeling with curves
7.2. Modeling with curves and faces
7.3 EXERCISE - MODEL A MOUSE
CHAPTER 8 – ASSEMBLY MODELING
8.1 OVERVIEW
8.2 TERMINOLOGIES
8.3 ASSEMBLY MODELS
8.3.1 Top-Down Modeling
8.3.2 Bottom-Up Modeling
8.3.3 Mixing and Matching
8.4 MATING CONDITIONS
8.6 EXPLODED VIEW OF IMPELLER ASSEMBLY
8.7 EXERCISE - ARBOR PRESS ASSEMBLY
CHAPTER 9- MANUFACTURING
9.1 GETTING STARTED WITH MANUFACTURING MODULE
9.1.2 Setting Machining Evironment
.1.3 Operation Navigator
9.1.4 Machine Coordinate System (MCS)
9.1.5 Geometry Definition
.2 CREATING OPERATION AND PARAMETER SETTING
.2.1 Creating a new Operation
.2.3 Tool Creation and Selection
9.2.4 Cut Method
9.2.4 Step Over and Scallop Height:
9.2.5 Depth per cut
9.2.6 Cutting Parameters
9.2.7 Avoidance
9.3 PROGRAM GENERATION AND VERIFICATION
9.3.1 Generating Program
9.3.2 Tool Path Display
9.3.3 Tool Path Simulation
9.3.4 Gouge Check
9.4 OPERATION METHODS
9.4.1 Roughing
9.4.2 Semi-Finishing
.4.3 Finishing Profile
9.4.4 Finishing Contour Surface
.4.5 Flooring
9.5 POST PROCESSING
9.5.1 Creating CLSF
9.5.2 Postprocessing
CHAPTER 10- FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
10.1 INTRODUCTION TO FEA
10.1.1 Element shapes and nodes
10.1.2 Structure Module
10.1.3 Scenario Navigator
10.2.1 Material Properties
10.2.3 Boundary Conditions
10.2.4 Meshing
10.3 SOLVING AND RESULT SIMULATION
10.3.1 Solving the Scenario
10.3.2 FEA Result
10.3.2 Simulation
10.4 EXERCISE-ARBORPRESS L-BAR
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