I have tried making winding of a rotor in 3d in Pro-e using Part Modelling but it was not much successful, but i was able to just give a look using equation curve....can anybody help me out in making winding of rotor...??
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thnx..for your opinion but what i want to make is different from tha what have made...i will upload a model that i have made have a look and then you will get an idea wht i actually wanna make, 'n' then let me know if you could help me in improving that....
Either you can offset the coordinate system, creating Multiple points, Or create multiple points on tilted plane and then create a pattern in Pro/ENGINEER.
Now run the curve through it or #Insert #Advance #Pipe , thus creating a coil. But I am still unaware of the function (Purpose) you require it for. I would suggest not to create coil winding with N number of turns Simply for representation. It would make the part heavy unnecessarily.
Many thanks for Reading..
i have tried my best to create points and making curve through that but it actually doesnot appear as it should, moreover as you said model goes much heavy, but is there any other way to just represent coil winding
Look my model EM rotor in STEP file. I made it in SW but I thing that will be similar in proE. First make a iron rotor core with desired space for coils- remember must be even number of poles (2, 4, 6, 8, 10 ...) Then you must determine a number of windings in one coil and diameter of wire. In sketch you make a points on one side. Make analog to other side of rotor but a planes must be distant from plane of rotor ends - curving a wire on coil. It is important to make only one coil with right dimensions. Other is similar and in assy mode simple duplicate and rotate.
When you make a coil you first make only one winding with sweep function (3d sketch of path and circle of diameter of wire).then multiply linear in height.