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  • 1. Tutorial 4 3D Annotations3D Annotated Model and Traditional Drawing(Tutorial does not correspond to Moving from 2D to 3D CAD for Engineering Design)Introduction3D Annotations are quickly replacing many of the functions previously provided by 2Ddrawings. This tutorial is an introduction to inserting and placing datum features and drivingdimensions on Pro/ENGINEER models using 3D annotations. A drawing will also be createdto compare the two. 1
  • 2. Annotation Features3D Notes can also be added to an object using Annotation Features. Annotation features aredata features that you can use to manage the model annotation and propagate modelinformation to other models, or to manufacturing processes. The Annotation Feature Tooloptions correspond to the new ASME Y14.41 Digital Product Definition Data Practices. An Annotation feature consists of one or more Annotation Elements. Each AnnotationElement can contain one annotation item, along with associated references and parameters.You can include the following types of annotations in an Annotation Element: • Note • Symbol • Surface finish • Geometric tolerance • Set Datum Tag • Ordinate baseline dimension • Driven dimension • Ordinate driven dimension • Chamfer dimension • Reference dimension • Ordinate reference dimensionDigital Product Definition Data PracticesASME Y14.41-2003 establishes requirements for preparing, organizing and interpreting 3-dimensional digital product images. Digital Product Definition Data Practices, whichrepresents an extension of the popular Y14.5 standard for 2-dimensional drawings, reflects thegrowing need for a uniform method of documenting the data created in today’s computer-aided design (CAD) environments. The standard provides a guide for CAD softwaredevelopers working on improved modeling and annotation practices for the engineeringcommunity. ASME Y14.41 setsforth the requirements fortolerances, dimensional data,and other annotations. ASMEY14.41 advances thecapabilities of Y14.5,Dimensioning and Tolerancing,the standard pertaining to 2-Dengineering drawings”. 2
  • 3. Modeling CommandsCommands are simplified in this tutorial. You will be called upon to create and edit itemsusing skills mastered from the previous tutorials.Launch Pro/ENGINEER WILDFIRE 4.0 > File > Set Working Directory > OK > File > New> name your file (annotations) > create an extrusion using the provided values 3
  • 4. Click: View > Annotation Orientation > Named orientation > >FRONT 4
  • 5. Click: OKPick on the FRONT datum plane > RMB > Properties 5
  • 6. Click in the Name field and type: A > Enter > Type > On Datum > OKRepeat the commands for Datums B (TOP) and C (RIGHT) 6
  • 7. Click: Tools > Environment > Standard Orient to Isometric > Apply >OKClick: Settings > Tree Filters > all on > OK 7
  • 8. Select Datum_Tag_A in the Model Tree > RMB > Current OrientationClick: Named orientation > > RIGHT > OKClick: File > Save > Enter 8
  • 9. Click: File > New > Drawing > Name: annotations > OK > OK > note the datum tag style 9
  • 10. Click: File > Properties > Drawing Options > in the Option field, type: gtol > Enter > noticethat the standard defaults to ANSI (1994) > in the Value field, select: std_asme > Add/Change> Apply > Close > Done/Return > File > Save > Enter > File > Close Window 10
  • 11. Click: > Set Datum Tag > OK > Name D > GeometryPick the front planar face 11
  • 12. Pick on the front surface of the partClick: > OK 12
  • 13. Click: OKClick: View > Annotation Orientation > Named orientation > >RIGHTClick: OK 13
  • 14. Select: AE_SET_DATUM_TAG_D from the Model Tree > RMB > Current OrientationClick: Named orientation > > RIGHT > OK 14
  • 15. Click: > Insert an annotation feature > Set Datum Tag > OK > Name E > Geometry 15
  • 16. Pick on the cylindrical surface > select the attachment geometry for the set datum tag > OK 16
  • 17. In the ANNOTATION FEATURE dialog box, click on: Orientation: RIGHT > RMB >Current Orientation > Named orientation > FRONT > OK > OK 17
  • 18. Click: View > Annotation Orientation > Named Orientation > FRONT > OK > > double-click on the Extrude feature > RMB > Create Driving Dimension AE 18
  • 19. Click: > FRONTClick: > Standard Orientation > File > Save > Enter 19
  • 20. Click: Insert an annotation feature > Geometric Tolerance > OKClick: > 20
  • 21. Pick the front surface of the partClick: >Click: > (Dimension should already be selectedby default. If you pick and select Dimension, the Select dialog box will open. The sameresult would occur if you left the Type option set to Dimension and then pick Place Gtol) 21
  • 22. Click: > pick on the extrusionPick on the 1.00 dimension 22
  • 23. Click: OK > OK 23
  • 24. Double-click on the model > File > Save > EnterClick: File > Open > Drawing > In Session > annotations.drw > Open > off >View > RepaintErase the unwanted tags and adjust the datum tags. Select a datum > move it or RMB > Eraseas needed 24
  • 25. Click: > toggle on Axis, Geometric Tolerance, Datum Plane, and Dimension > Show All> Yes > OK > Close > LMB to deselect 25
  • 26. Adjust the drawing elements as neededClick: File > Save > Enter > File > Close Window > Window > Close 26