# Pro Desktop Cube Test

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Your challenge is to select the correct steps to successfully create a cube using Pro Desktop.
The dimensions of the cube are 80mm x 80mm x 80mm. The circles are 40 mm diameter and each feature (the hole and the peg) have been extruded to a distance of 5mm. Before you choose your answer read each option carefully.

• 1.

### Step 1Choose the correct file type you would use to draw the cube.

• A.

Design

• B.

Engineering Drawing

• C.

Photo Album

A. Design
Explanation
The correct file type to use for drawing a cube would be "Design". This is because design files are typically used for creating and editing visual designs, such as drawings, illustrations, or 3D models. In this case, drawing a cube would fall under the category of visual design, making the "Design" file type the most appropriate choice.

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• 2.

### Step 2.Draw the square 80mm x 80mm on the work plane.  Select the correct task.

• A.

Select the line tool and sketch 80mm line.

• B.

Select the rectangle tool and sketch 80mm diameter square

• C.

Select the rectangle tool and sketch 80mm x 80mm square

C. Select the rectangle tool and sketch 80mm x 80mm square
Explanation
The correct answer is to select the rectangle tool and sketch an 80mm x 80mm square. This is because the question specifically asks to draw a square with dimensions of 80mm x 80mm. The other options, drawing an 80mm line or an 80mm diameter square, do not match the given requirements.

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• 3.

### Step 3.Construct the 3D cube shape. Select the correct tool.

• A.

Extrude profile

• B.

Revolve profile

• C.

Sweep profile

A. Extrude profile
Explanation
To construct a 3D cube shape, the correct tool to use is "Extrude profile". Extrusion is a process in which a 2D shape is extended into the third dimension, creating a solid object. By using the "Extrude profile" tool, the user can select a 2D profile of a square and then specify the desired depth or height of the cube. This tool will extrude the profile along the specified direction, creating a 3D cube shape.

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• 4.

### Step 4.To extrude the sketch profile of the cube select the correct task.

• A.

Add material - Below work plane - Distance 80mm

• B.

Add material - Above work plane - Distance 80mm

• C.

Subtract material - Above work plane - Distance 80mm

B. Add material - Above work plane - Distance 80mm
Explanation
To extrude the sketch profile of the cube, the correct task is to "Add material - Above work plane - Distance 80mm". This means that material will be added to the sketch profile, starting from the work plane and extending 80mm above it.

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• 5.

### Step 5.To create the sketch on the top of the cube you need to select the correct part of the cube.

• A.

Select Object

• B.

Select Edge

• C.

Select Face

C. Select Face
Explanation
To create a sketch on the top of the cube, you need to choose the correct part of the cube. In this case, selecting the face of the cube would be the appropriate choice. By selecting the face, you can ensure that the sketch is placed on the desired surface of the cube, allowing for accurate and precise design.

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• 6.

### Step 6. To create the circle on the top of the cube you need to start a new drawing.Select the correct task.

• A.

Select face - right button click - New Sketch

• B.

Select face - right button click - New Workplane

• C.

Select edge - right button click - New Sketch

A. Select face - right button click - New Sketch
Explanation
The correct answer is to select the face of the cube, right-click, and choose "New Sketch." This is because to create a circle on the top of the cube, you need to start a new drawing or sketch. By selecting the face and starting a new sketch, you can then proceed to create the circle on the desired location.

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• 7.

### Step 7. Create the 40mm diameter circle on the top of the cube. Select the correct task.

• A.

Select Circle tool - click and drag a circle 40mm diameter.

• B.

Select Circle tool - click and drag a rectangle 40mm diameter.

• C.

Select Circle tool - click and drag a circle 40mm radius.

A. Select Circle tool - click and drag a circle 40mm diameter.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Select Circle tool - click and drag a circle 40mm diameter." This is the correct task because it accurately describes the process of creating a circle with a 40mm diameter on the top of the cube. The other options are incorrect because they either mention dragging a rectangle or specify a 40mm radius instead of a diameter.

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• 8.

### Step 8.To create a 5 mm deep circular hole on the top face select the correct task.

• A.

Project profile > subtract material > above workplane

• B.

Extrude profile > subtract material > below workplane

• C.

Extrude profile > add material > below workplane

B. Extrude profile > subtract material > below workplane
Explanation
To create a 5 mm deep circular hole on the top face, the correct task is to use the "Extrude profile" option. By selecting "subtract material", it indicates that we want to remove material from the workpiece. Additionally, choosing "below workplane" ensures that the hole is created on the top face of the object.

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• 9.

### Step 9.To create the peg on the right hand face of the cube select the correct task.

• A.

Select face > new work plane > sketch circle profile

• B.

Select edge > new sketch > sketch circle profile

• C.

Select face > new sketch > sketch circle profile

C. Select face > new sketch > sketch circle profile
Explanation
To create the peg on the right hand face of the cube, the correct task is to select the face, create a new sketch, and then sketch a circle profile. This will allow for the creation of a circular peg on the selected face of the cube.

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• 10.

### Step 10.To create the peg (the round part that sticks out) select the correct task.

• A.

Extrude profile > subtract material > above work plane

• B.

Project profile > add material > above work plane

• C.

Extrude profile > add material > above work plane

C. Extrude profile > add material > above work plane
Explanation
The correct answer is "Extrude profile > add material > above work plane". This is because in order to create the peg, we need to extrude the profile (shape) of the peg, adding material to it, and positioning it above the work plane. Subtracting material or using a project profile would not be appropriate in this case.

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• 11.

### Step 11.To round the corners of the cube select the correct task.

• A.

Select edge > round edge

• B.

Select face > round edge

• C.

Select edge > chamfer edge

A. Select edge > round edge
Explanation
To round the corners of the cube, the correct task is to select the edge and then apply the "round edge" function. This will create a smooth, rounded corner on the selected edge, giving the cube a more curved appearance. The other options, selecting the face and then applying the "round edge" function or selecting the edge and then applying the "chamfer edge" function, would not achieve the desired result of rounding the corners.

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• 12.

### Describe how you would fit 2 cubes together in an assembly.  Useful Pro Desktop TermsAssembly, Add component, Mate, Align, Center Axes, Select Face. Offset, Fix Component (these terms are not in order of task).

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