In this course, you will learn about Layout, a Creo module that is used for creating unconstrained 2-D designs that can be leveraged in 3-D models. You will investigate the concepts behind Creo Layout, a typical workflow, and the user interface. You will also learn how Layout utilizes precision panels and sketching guides to intelligently sketch a variety of 2-D geometry, as well as learn how to manipulate, organize, and import layout geometry. Finally, you will learn how to leverage 2-D Layout designs in 3-D models.
This workshop focuses on how to create very efficient and robust patterns. Students will learn techniques on optimizing regeneration time for these patterns. As patterns of features and components occur frequently in product designs, the workshop will dive into leveraging the pattern feature as a popular way to replicate features and components that are repeated in a describable pattern. This will allow students to understand how to create complex pattern features that save time to create and regenerate patterns while being robust.
This workshop focuses on understanding the capabilities and the application of the Round features in a wide range of topologies for special edges and surfaces. The workshop dives into typical use cases, Round techniques and strategies. Students gain a deeper understanding of what a Round feature can do and how to best apply it in difficult and complex scenarios.
In Creo Parametric, you can create freeform surface models using the Style modeling environment. The Style modeling environment is a spline-based freeform modeler that enables you to combine the parametric feature-based modeling approach with the unconstrained freeform surface modeling approach. This gives you the flexibility to design complex-shaped products in a single modeling environment. The Style tool is available through the Interactive Surface Design Extension (ISDX).
This workshop provides an expert’s point of view on how to capture design intent in a sketch and get a deeper understanding of Sketching – one of the basic building blocks for any design. Students will learn how to capture and manage complex sketches, the methods on simplifying dimensioning schemes and how to verify design intent robustness. The workshop also provides a recommended point of view on how to approach sketching to avoid product development problems resulting from sketches.
In this course, you will learn how to complete the day-to-day functions that enable you to create and manage product information with Windchill PDMLink. You will learn how to access and navigate the Windchill PDMLink environment, use Windchill PDMLink's visualization tools, manage product structures, and manage product information changes. Other topics include how to use Windchill PDMLink's communication and collaboration tools, and access user support functions and information.
In this course, you will learn how to create 3-D electrical harnesses using Creo Parametric. This includes using Creo Schematics to pass schematic diagram information into the 3-D harness designs created within Creo Parametri. You will learn how to route electrical harnesses both with and without schematic diagram information, create flattened harnesses for manufacturing, and document harness designs by creating flattened harness drawings that include customized BOM
In this course, you will learn how to manually create (non-specification-driven) mechanical piping designs using Creo Parametric. This includes learning how to configure pipelines, route pipelines, and insert pipe fittings such as valves and reducers. You will also learn how to create specification-driven industrial piping designs using Creo Parametric 2.0/3.0. This includes learning how to use schematic diagrams created with Creo Schematics to drive 3-D industrial piping designs created within Creo Parametric 2.0/3.0. Finally, you learn how to document piping designs by creating drawings that include BOM tables, pipe bend tables, and engineering information, as well as how to export ISOGEN format files for creating pipeline, spool, and systems isometric drawings.
In this course, you will learn how to machine products using Creo Parametric manufacturing tools. This course covers creating toolpaths for two axis turning machines. During the course, you will learn how to complete each phase of the manufacturing process. You will start by creating manufacturing models and configuring the manufacturing environment. This will include configuring tools, fixtures, and machining operations. You will then learn how to create turning sequences, holemaking sequences, and post-process cutter location (CL) data to create machine code. After completing this course, you will be able to create numerical control (NC) programs for turning machines and post-process cutter location (CL) data to create machine specific code.
In this course, you will learn about creating mechanism connections, configuring the mechanism model, creating a kinematic analysis, and evaluating results. Mechanism Design using Creo Parametric is designed for experienced users who want to add motion to their models by creating mechanism connections and servo motors. In Creo Parametric you can add motion to your models using the standard mechanism functionality, often referred to as the Mechanism Design Extension (MDX). These topics will enable you to simulate the range of motion between components in your moving assemblies, create gear connections that simulate the gear ratios, create Cam connections that enable Creo Parametric parts to “push” other parts they come into contact with, and check for collisions between moving components. After completing this course, you will be prepared to work on mechanism designs using Creo Parametric Mechanism Design.