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Modeling mechanisms by sceleton?

djvaso

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Hello!

I will be grateful if someone can describe how to model a mechanism(for instance four bar mechanism) by sceleton in Pro/E 2000i.How do I sketch for sceleton in Assembly mode?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,Vaso
 

proed

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The skeleton method just means setting the layout of an assembly with basic features (mainly datums, axes, curves & points).

For example, you could create a skeleton part and add an axis at each of the joint locations.

Then assemble your links on to the joint axes...



One benefit of a skeleton is that you can remove/change parts without the rest of the assembly failing.



ed
 

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