Select a second reference line or surface. chamfer dimensions. the sketched profile on which the cylinder (or the cone) is based
1. did you create the chamfer as a chamfer feature?
0000006095 00000 n Which from my perspective is false. 0000006008 00000 n 0000008513 00000 n Just searching for an answer here, and have to chime in about how trash this product is. I doubt that will change. In the Options dialog box, click the AM:Standards tab. 0000006755 00000 n startxref He didn't last 6 months here. surface), you will need to select three reference elements. The chamfer is measured as the Height or width (or either if 45?). This task will show you how to create a chamfer dimension. Variations on dimensions without tolerance values are according to " ISO 2768". 0000007353 00000 n My productivity has dropped to zero or let me put it this way, its going on week two on creating a detail drawing, I gave up and went home and did it in SWX in less that 45minutes. GT&D, no idea what I'm doing and adding a hole note, were is that command? mode . There are many on here how may have already run across your situation and solved it. The fact is companies, esp. . In the Standard Elements list, double-click Dimension. The pointer changes to. Does Creo have this ability like Inventor/Solidworks/SolidEdge? The Dimension Settings dialog box appears. For example, click to accept the 3 - 1 - 2 2.
Fact two is a work and live 3 towns over from PTC corp. and I've yet to meet a user or see a company have Creo. 0000012642 00000 n When a past corporate decision forced us to change from UG V18, they had already told us we could not upgrade, to Pro/E 2001, we put every user through 13 days of training. I'm having to learn this, but the more I learn, the more I think, life is too short to suffer. General notes should cover all non-critical edge conditions, IMO, in an … The chamfer At this stage, if you are not satisfied with the order you just 0000004130 00000 n
Fly the mouse over the element to be dimensioned. step 3 in Creating chamfer dimensions manually. example), Length x Angle (19.1 x - 46deg84'8" in our Maybe I should print that statement out and hang in on my office wall in big letters or hand that to my manager and see what his/her reaction will be. Click Chamfer Dimension on the Dimensions/Relations toolbar or click Tools > Dimensions > Chamfer. Tolerance types for chamfer dimensions are limited to. Go to the annotate tab, select the SHOW MODEL ANNOTATIONS icon, make sure dimension is selected in the pop up and select the chamfer, it will show your dimension. reference. In the Options dialog box, click the AM:Standards tab. 1672 26 You can also access these options using the.
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reference. then the drawing should specifically call height or width (width is the typical I see). Click Chamfer Dimensions small-mid size don't want to hear crap like that, they only care about how fast can our engineer get the design done and the product out the door so we can bring in revenue. But wow, it took we weeks and weeks to model a simple block, then I started a drawing, and I can't figure out how the drafting module works. Gives also requirements for the maximum dimensions of the corresponding shaft and housing filet radii. He gave up and went back to his former company. So basically, the s/w has crushed me down to the point of spending hours and day figuring out run of the mill commands like centerline placement, GT&D symbols, hole callouts.
I'm surprised you productivity loss is only 30%! select the second reference line. Select the chamfered edge, select one of the lead-in edges, then click in the graphics area to place the dimension. %PDF-1.5 %���� Specifies the maximum chamfer dimensions of metric series rolling bearings, for which boundary dimensions, including chamfer minimum dimensions, are given in other International Standards. The main argument I read is on this board, "Creo is a difficult program to master, typically 6-9 months, but once you know it you'll make better designs than most CAD packages.". Again, this is all based on ASME Y14.5 (at least this is the standard on the print I … Frank, It makes perfect sense when you realize that ProE/Creo is a primitive, unusable Piece of shit.
In this case, the must be a circle. Click OK until all dialog boxes close Some moron in my organization thought it was a good idea to save $10 and switch us from the most advanced CAD package in the industry (NX) and our productivity has decreased 30%. notice that, depending on where you position the cursor, the 0000011511 00000 n Venting is good, but add something constructive while you do it! 0000000016 00000 n It's way too Unintuitive to just pick up and run with. 0000010384 00000 n They are no alone in that regard. 0000000816 00000 n In the Standard Elements list, double-click Dimension. 0000026647 00000 n Note that chamfer detection is provided as a help in selecting X display is the size of the X in a chamfer dimension with two numbers, such as 1 X 45° (Length X Angle), 45° X 1 (Angle X Length), 1 X 1 (Length X Length) or C1 (chamfers of 45°). Then they added Pro/Intralink on top of that which we then migrated to Windchill PDMLink. All tolerance limits are given in mm. 1) are listed in the product tables, for the radial (r 1, r 3) and axial (r 2, r 4) directions.
Knowing Creo (pro/e really) made using solidworks a breeze. However, depending on the geometrical configuration, it may not
However, the dimension does not appear until you subsequently select one of the lead-in edges. It is weird that you are on my case about bashing the software unnecessarily. I just started using the creo drawings package (not impressed BTW) and no where do I see the capabilities to add a chamfer dimension on a drawing. In some cases I have called them trash and in need of an update. If so, DON'T go back to the model. xڬWkTSW>��&� IH R����5�Tn ���\! The Dimension Settings dialog box appears. detect all chamfer types. You can dimension chamfers in drawings. Choose the Length x Length format and the dimensions, you can create If your chamfer is not detected, you can still I knew Creo was a bit hard to learn and I was looking forward to adding another CAD s/w notch on my belt. Drafting context, remember that: in the case of projection views, the projection plane needs to be
I wasn't asked that question, it was only after I accept the offer, was I told that they couldn't find candidates with Pro-E/ Creo experience so the recruiting firm rewrote the job description as Solid Works user will be consider if willing to learn Pro-E. This International Standard specifies the maximum chamfer dimensions of metric series rolling bearings, for which boundary dimensions, including chamfer minimum dimensions, are given in other International Standards. No one is forcing you to work with Creo, go find a job using your software of choice! Alternatively, move the pointer outside of the rapid dimension selector to place the dimension. I'm just about there In past interviews top question after why are you leaving your present position is how comfortable are you with xyz CAD s/w? 3. Choose the Length x Length format and the One symbol If so, DON'T go back to the model. dimension and the representation mode. account when creating the chamfer dimension: 1 indicates the element to be dimensioned. sub-toolbar). Setting Multiple Jogs in Dimension Leaders. In any case, the dimension is associated to all the
Requirements for the maximum dimensions of the corresponding shaft and housing fillet radii are also given. elements you selected. If you want to be productive, then learn how the software works.