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© Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Solid Edge ST4 Training Constructing procedural features
Page 2 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Procedural features are manufactured features which perform a particular function. Unlike rounds and drafted faces, procedural features generally come later in the design process and thus do not affect the form of the model. There are several types of procedural features available within Solid Edge, some of which are used extensively in the plastics industry. In this lesson, you will learn how to define the following features. Hole Rib Vent Lip Also in this lesson, you will define feature patterns for repetitive use, as well as learn the organizational aspects of feature libraries. You will learn how to manage features using standard Windows operations Cut, Copy and Paste. You will also learn about the Attach and Detach functionality. Procedural features
Page 3 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Plane locking Precise placement Hole types Threaded holes Hole extents V bottom angles Hole edits Holes.txt and Pipethreads.txt files Saving commonly used hole parameters Activity: Place holes Activity: Edit holes Hole command
Page 4 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Rectangular Pattern command Activity: Rectangular Patterns Circular Pattern command Activity: Circular Patterns Pattern Along Curve command Activity: Pattern Along Curve Fill pattern Activity: Fill pattern Pattern features
Page 5 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software You can use many of the features used for modeling in Solid Edge in a similar fashion in other designs. The Feature Library page and Teamcenter Feature Library page provides a place for you to store commonly used part and sheet metal features in an easy to access location so you create new designs with less effort and more consistency. For example, you can construct a cutout feature in one part, store the feature in a feature library location, then reuse the feature in a new part later. Feature libraries
Page 6 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Storing features in a library Placing feature library members Redefining parent edges Feature library guidelines Create an unmanaged feature library member Place a feature library member into another document Activity: Feature Libraries Feature libraries
Page 7 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software You can modify synchronous models by detaching and attaching one or more faces or features. Detaching faces or features makes it possible to remove faces from the solid model without deleting them. This can be useful when you need to create a new variation of an existing model that does not contain some of the features on the existing model, but you want to maintain the features in the document for possible future needs. Detaching faces or features also makes it possible for you to move or rotate the face set to a new position on the model and then reattach them in the new location. Detaching and attaching faces and features
Page 8 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software You can detach faces using the Detach command on the shortcut menu when one or more faces or features are selected, or you can use the Detach option available on the Move QuickBar. You can select the faces in the graphics window or in PathFinder. When you use the Detach shortcut menu command, the detached faces are hidden automatically in the graphics window, and the color is changed to the construction color. You can use PathFinder to redisplay the faces. Detaching faces
Page 9 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software You can attach faces using the Attach command on the shortcut menu when detached faces are selected in PathFinder or the graphics window. To successfully attach, a valid solid body must be formed. If the faces you are trying to attach do not form a valid solid body, a message is displayed. Attaching faces
Page 10 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Detach faces Attach features Activity: Detach and attach face sets Activity: Attach Detaching and attaching faces and features
Page 11 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Copying and cutting elements Pasting elements Activity: Copy and move face sets Activity: Copy and paste face sets Cutting, copying, and pasting model elements
Page 12 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Constructs a mirror copy of selected elements about a plane you define. You can mirror any of the following Faces of the model body Face Sets Surfaces Procedural Features, such as Hole Occurrences and Patterns Entire model body The mirror plane can be a reference plane or a planar face. Activity: Mirror faces and features Mirror
Page 13 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Replaces selected faces on a part. The replacement face can be a construction surface, a reference plane, or another face on the part. When replacing more than one face, the faces being replaced cannot touch each other. When you replace a face using a construction surface, the construction surface is hidden automatically when you finish the feature. If edges on the face you are replacing have rounds applied, the rounds are reapplied after you complete the replace face operation. Replace face command
Page 14 © Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software Rib command Web network command Vent command Lip command Activity: Functional features in consumer products Plastics design features
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