Training Schedule

In this course, you will learn how to quickly create detailed drawings using information captured within 3-D design models. You will also learn how to create drawings, how to detail drawings, and how to take advantage of the parametric and associative nature of Creo Parametric when configuring drawings. After completing this course, you will be able to create production drawings suitable for manufacturing.

In this course, you will learn how to quickly create detailed drawings using information captured within 3-D design models. You will also learn how to create drawings, how to detail drawings, and how to take advantage of the parametric and associative nature of Creo Parametric when configuring drawings. After completing this course, you will be able to create production drawings suitable for manufacturing.

Maximize Drawing Creation Efficiencies with Creo workshop is about optimizing the drawing creation process. The workshop teaches how to improve drawing creation efficiency by setting up and using improved techniques, e.g. user interface customization, guidelines and approaches for efficient drawing creation. Students will learn how reduced time in drawing creation results into faster time to market and reduces bottlenecks in the design process in the product development lifecycle.

In this course, you will learn how to use Creo Parametric to create and manage complex assemblies. You will discover how to use advanced assembly tools that enable you to add and maintain designs, increase your efficiency, and increase system performance when working with large assemblies. In addition, you will learn the basics of using and creating predefined assembly structures and skeletons, which are both valuable tools typically used in a top-down design process. The course also includes an assembly design project that enables you to practice your new skills by performing various design tasks in an assembly model.

The Advanced Modeling Using Creo Parametric training course teaches you how to use advanced part modeling techniques to improve your product designs. In this course, you will learn how to create and modify design models using advanced sketching techniques and feature creation tools. You will also learn how to reuse existing design geometry when creating new design models. After completing this course, you will be well prepared to work efficiently with complex product designs using Creo Parametric.

Designing Robust Part Models with Creo workshop focuses on key aspects of Quality and Performance while designing a part model. Amongst many strategies, the workshop dives into model transparency, designing larger parts, choosing the right features and structure the model regardless of model size to make it robust to withstand updates and changes. Students will understand how to establish robustness in Part Design for improved product quality and decreased time to market.

In Creo Parametric, you can create freeform surface models using the Style and Freestyle modeling environments. Collectively, the use of these environments is often called Freeform surfacing. 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 Freestyle modeling environment provides commands to create smooth and well defined B-spline surfaces quickly and easily using a polygonal control mesh.

In this course, you will be introduced to Vuforia Studio and how it can be used to build an Augmented Reality (AR) experience. You will learn the Vuforia Studio Development Process (VSDP) and you will apply that process to the development of simple AR experiences at the beginning of the course through the planning and development of a robust AR solution at the end. In working through the course project, you will gain experience with the Vuforia Studio Suite of tools and applications while being exposed to different development techniques and best practices.

In this course, you will learn how to use Creo Schematics to create schematic diagrams for both electrical harness and piping designs. You will also learn how to administer the Creo Schematics working environment, configure the catalog library, and create functional block diagrams and block interconnect diagrams. In addition, you will learn how to create electrical circuit diagrams, wiring diagrams (including wire interconnect diagrams), and process and instrumentation design diagrams for piping systems. Finally, you will learn how to use wiring diagrams and process and instrumentation design diagrams to configure 3-D harness designs and industrial piping designs created within Creo Parametric.

In this course, you will learn how to machine components using mill-turn machines, twin-turret machines, and in-line twin spindle lathes. You will also learn how to create turning tool paths and milling tool paths for each machine type, where appropriate. In addition, you will understand how to post-process mill-turn toolpaths and how to use the NC-Check and Vericut material removal simulation tools. Finally, you will learn how to view machine tool simulations for 3-axis milling, 2-axis turning, and 5-axis mill-turn machines.

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