Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

2010 Solid Edge Productivity Summit: Synchronous Patterning

1,107

Published on

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,107
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
65
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. 2010 Productivity SummitSynchronous patterning
  • 2. Synchronous Patterning
    Enhanced Patterning
    Rectangular Patterning
    Fill Patterning
    Suppressing Instances
    Patterning along a curve
  • 3. Synchronous Pattern
    • Patterning defaults to “Fit” in all cases
    • 4. Patterns are initially created to default parameters, then the user can manipulate the pattern using dynamic edit controls and/or the steering wheel and drag points
    • 5. Defaults:
    • 6. Rectangular count is 3X3
    • 7. Circular count default is 4 instances/360 degrees
  • Synchronous Pattern
    • Once the preview of the pattern is shown, the user can reorient the pattern in 90° increments by selecting the bearing points on the steering wheel
  • Synchronous Pattern
    • Alternately the user can select a red dot and drag the pattern, as desired, on the part to resize and reposition
  • Synchronous Pattern
    • Clicking the torus allows the user to change the angle of the pattern
    • 8. Clicking the origin of the steering wheelallows the user to reposition the origin for the pattern relative to the feature
  • Synchronous Pattern
    • Users can click on a face or a PMI dimension, of an occurrence instance and initiate a synchronous change that will affect all instances
  • Synchronous Pattern
    • User can use QuickPick to select a Pattern Occurrence to adjust the entire pattern on the part
  • Synchronous Pattern
    • If the parent of the pattern feature is constrained dimensionally,or through a ground constraint, a synchronous move can also be used to “stretch” the pattern
    • Use the “Suppress Option” in the QuickBar
    • 9. Selecting the green dot of an instance of the pattern suppresses that occurrence
    • 10. After it is suppressed, selecting the red dot of the instance un-suppresses that occurrence
    • 11. Reset turns all instances back to shown
    • 12. The master occurrence cannot be suppressed
    Patterning – Suppress Instance
  • 13.
    • A sketch must exist in the model for the region of instances to be suppressed
    • 14. A flip arrow determines if the selectedregion is what to keep or what to suppress
    Patterning – Suppress Region
  • 15. Demo – Pattern Workflow/Rectangular Pattern
  • 16.
    • There is a new Fill Pattern option in ST2
    • 17. Parameters used to define the fill area is a Region defined by a face on the part or by sketch elements
    Fill Patterning
  • 18.
    • The sketch elements that defined the region are copied to the profile of the Pattern Feature
    • 19. If the face of the part was used as the region, the edges of the faceare copied as the pattern profile
    Fill Patterning
  • 20.
    • The Fill Pattern option supports filling multiple regions
    • 21. Regions can be disjoint
    Fill Patterning
  • 22. Demo – Fill Pattern
  • 23.
    • In the Fill Pattern QuickBar, the user can choose the option to create a Radial Fill Pattern
    • 24. Options for Target Spacing or Instance Count
    Fill Pattern – More Options
    Target Spacing
    Instance Count
  • 25. Fill Pattern – More Options
    • Instance Count
    • 26. Dynamic Edit Controls (DEC)for the spacing between the “rings” (30.00 mm)
    • 27. DEC for Count, which is the number of instances to be equally spaced on each ring
    • 28. By default the orientationof the occurrences is maintained as they are patterned
  • Fill Pattern – More Options
    • Selecting the primary bearing and rotating the steering wheel rotates the occurrences position about the origin of the pattern
    • 29. The first row of the pattern is ALWAYS aligned along the primary axis
    • 30. Shift + Click the primary bearing to get access to the angle control to specify a specific angle to rotate the pattern
    • 31. Occurrences remain equally spaced andmaintain their orientation
  • Fill Pattern – More Options
    • Target Spacing
    • 32. DEC for the spacing between the “rings” (30.00 mm)
  • Fill Pattern – More Options
    • DEC for the target spacing between the instance origins(40.00 mm)
    • 33. Because this is a Fill pattern, the actual distance between the instances is calculated to keep them equally spaced around each ring
    • 34. The first row of the pattern is ALWAYS aligned along the primary axis
  • Fill Pattern – More Options
    • In certain cases it may be desirable to have all occurrences orient consistently with respect to the center of the pattern
    • 35. The Center Orient functionality, when enabled, reorients the occurrences
    • 36. Matches the parent feature orientation relative to the secondary axis
    Center Orientation enabled
    Center Orientation disabled
  • 37. Fill Pattern – More Options
    • Selecting the primary bearing and rotating the primary axis rotates the occurrences and their orientation relative to the parent feature
    • 38. Matches the parent feature orientation relative to the secondary axis
  • Fill Pattern – More Options
    • Selecting the secondary bearing and rotating the secondary axis maintains the position of the pattern, but changes the orientation of the instances
    • 39. Matches the parent feature orientation relative to the secondary axis
  • Fill Pattern – More Options
    • Works the same with Target Spacing radial pattern
  • Demo – Fill Pattern (Radial)
  • 40. Patterning – Along Curve
    • Instances can be removed or reintroduced by the option in QuickBar
    • 41. Same as Circular and Rectangular Patterns
    • 42. Additional option to offset occurrence placement
    • 43. Similar options as in V20/ST
    • 44. Advanced Options for Pattern Along Curve available from QuickBar
    • 45. Similar options as in V20/ST
    • 46. Just like other Pattern types, the user can add geometry to the patternon edit
  • Patterning – Along Curve
    • Pattern Along Curve
    • 47. After selecting geometry to pattern, the first step is to define the Curve using single or chain option from the command bar
    • 48. Second step is to define the Anchor Point
    • 49. Third step is to specify direction
    • 50. Curve will change if the angle of the part changes
  • Patterning – Along Curve
    • Fit Pattern type
    • 51. Value field for Count is displayed
  • Patterning – Along Curve
    • Fill Pattern type
    • 52. Value field for Spacing is displayed
  • Patterning – Along Curve
    • Fixed Pattern type
    • 53. Value field for Count is displayed
    • 54. Value field for Spacing is displayed
  • Patterning – Along Curve
    • The Master Pattern Occurrence can be redefined with the option in QuickBar
    • 55. Select the green dot representing the new location in the pattern for the Master Pattern Occurrence
    • 56. Pattern updates relative to the new MPO
  • Patterning – Along Curve - Options
    • Two other options: From Surface and From Plane
    • 57. From Surface means : Keeping all faces of the feature normal to the selected surface
    • 58. The orientation of the feature will be Full
    • 59. So what is the difference? (next slide)

×