Pro/Engineer Tips and Techniques
by Tim McLellan, Fred Karam (Contributor)
Paperback - 307 pages (March 1996)
Dimensions (in inches): 0.72 x 9.08 x 7.06
The publisher , April 3, 1998
Review excerpts From "Engineering Automation Report," December 1996:
This comprehensive book covers many of the advanced portions of the Pro/E Designer package... Reading the book is much like going through the advanced class that PTC offers. The simple steps are defined in general, while the more involved steps are defined in detail. This is a great format that appeals to advanced users...The book follows the same learning curve that a new user would follow...
The authors do a good job reviewing and explaining curve and surface analysis, how to use the tools and why to use them... Since there are many options with simplified representations, we were pleased to find the text covered all of the uses...Like many programs, Pro/ENGINEER offers numerous ways to perform the same function, and Tips and Techniques is a solid publication on some of the better practices.
Excerpts from "Design Drafting News," vol. 37, issue 6, Sept./Oct. 1997 by John T. Strausz:
Intended for readers who are already proficient with Pro/ENGINEER. Each of the book's 19 chapters is developed around a specific product development or design issue...[T]he book is very well illustrated...The techniques in this book explain how to enhance performance of all aspects of the product development process and how to improve its productivity.
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