A Pro/Manufacturing Tutorial [Pro/ENGINEER Release 2000i-2]
by Jr. Loren Begly, Paul E Funk
Paperback - 95 pages (October 2, 2000)
Schroff Development Corp. Publications
HORRIBLE, January 25, 2001
Reviewer: Designer trying to Learn Manufacturing from Kentucky, USA
The benfit to this book is for someone who has never entered Manufacturing Mode in Pro/Engineer. It gives a light overview of NC Sequence types. The Exercise is to make a Plaque with Letters...
This book lacks knowledge of interest to anyone with Pro/Engineer Design Experience. It does have enough information to Manufacture Parts or Organize your Process in a logical Fashion.
Its not worth the 39.95. It lacks Pictures (Descriptive or Not) with the Lesson Material and the Exercises. The exercise parts are not realistic or useful to your learning.
I would equate this book with a demo from PTC. Consider starting your manufacturing journey with a PTC course or Reading the PTC help. At least you learn the menu picks, the definitions, the process and work with exercises using curved surfaces.
Starting Pro-e, November 17, 2000
Reviewer: A reader from Honolulu, Hawaii United States
If your just getting started in Pro-e, this is an excellent book to get started. Giving you good specific step-by-step details to following. But if you are working with any older versions (there are many of them) of pro-e the book can be a little confusing. You will learn how to completly assemble and create 3-d parts. Expanding and enhancing web sites is one way you can export your creations. It should come with a CD-ROM that is also very helpful with understanding the book better. I would recommend this book to anyone trying to learn the program. It will get you started at being proficient.
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