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Within this tutorial, you will explore the assembly and animation capabilities of assembly mode’s mechanism option. The nutcracker model shown in Figure 12-92 will be utilized. You will model each component in part mode then assemble each using mechanism joints. Mechanism Assembly, Assembly mode provides powerful tools for modeling a complete design. Traditional bottom-up constraints necessitate fully constrained components. When a component is not fully constrained, it is considered packaged and presents assembly difficulties. The mechanism option provides tools for assembling components in a manner that replicates a real design. Joints such as pin, cylinder, slider, and ball are available. This will be demonstrated. The following topics will be covered in this tutorial: • Modeling assembly parts. • Assembling a Mechanism. • Manipulating a mechanism. • Running a Mechanism’s Motion.
• Animating a mechanism. Modeling Assembly Parts, Assembling a Mechanism. The connection part will have two joints: one pin and one cylinder. The pin joint will join the connection part to the handle part. The cylinder joint will join the connection part to the piston. If necessary, use the Flip option to create the mate translation connection. Create the CYLINDER joint This is typical of a
Pro/ENGINEER looped mechanism. In a later step, you will execute the Connect option to assume a successful assembly.
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