Training Schedule

this course, you will learn how to use Flexible Modeling tools to edit existing geometry on parametric models. The Flexible Modeling process typically involves initially selecting model surfaces, then refining the selected surface set using smart selection tools, and finally modifying the selected geometry by applying transformation tools, patterning tools, or symmetry tools.

 

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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).

 

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In this course, you will learn about Creo Illustrate and its role as a purpose-built, role-based solution for creating 3-D technical illustrations. You will learn how to dynamically create technical illustrations from existing 3-D CAD data. You will also learn how to map existing eBOM data to populate an illustration-specific sBOM. In addition, you will learn how to manipulate imported 3-D viewables to create service information content including service procedures, parts identification, training materials, and product assembly and disassembly. Finally, you will learn how to create markup and annotations in figures and animations.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health precautions and travel restrictions, we are now offering the option to join our instructor-led classes live online. Simply select the Virtual option from the dropdown when registering or contact us for more information. 

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.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health precautions and travel restrictions, we are now offering the option to join our instructor-led classes live online. Simply select the Virtual option from the dropdown when registering or contact us for more information. 

In this course, you will learn how to create an MBD model using a start part. You will discover how annotate mode provides the tools to create an MBD model using the MBD process within Creo Parametric. You will also learn about creating 3-D annotations and how to utilize them in combined states. You will manage the visibility of annotations within combination states. You will also create and modify various annotation elements, including dimensions, ordinate dimensions, datum reference features, geometric tolerances, surface finishes, symbols, notes, and datum targets. After completing this course, you will have a better understanding of the MBD process and how to create MBD models using the MBD process.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health precautions and travel restrictions, we are now offering the option to join our instructor-led classes live online. Simply select the Virtual option from the dropdown when registering or contact us for more information. 

In this course, you will learn how to complete basic Windchill MPMLink functions. You will learn about MPMLink in the context of Manufacturing Process Management (MPM). You will also learn how to access and navigate the MPMLink environment, manage information, use MPMLink’s visualization tools, and manage manufacturing changes attributed to product development. Other topics include how to use MPMLink to transform eBOMs to one or more mBOMs, and how to create process plans that consume the mBOM.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health precautions and travel restrictions, we are now offering the option to join our instructor-led classes live online. Simply select the Virtual option from the dropdown when registering or contact us for more information. 

In this course, you will learn how to machine products using Creo Parametric manufacturing tools. This course covers creating tool paths for three axis milling 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 milling sequences, holemaking sequences, and post-process cutter location (CL) data to create machine code. After completing the course, you will be able to create numerical control (NC) programs for milling machines and post-process cutter location (CL) data to create machine specific code.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health precautions and travel restrictions, we are now offering the option to join our instructor-led classes live online. Simply select the Virtual option from the dropdown when registering or contact us for more information. 

Creo Simulation Live gives you real-time feedback on your design decisions as you make them. This fast, easy-to-use tool is fully integrated into the 3D CAD modeling environment. Now you can iterate more quickly, generate more options, and design with greater confidence. In this course you learn the basics of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), followed by how to create real-time structural, thermal, and modal simulations. You learn how to apply various constraints and loads to the simulations.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health precautions and travel restrictions, we are now offering the option to join our instructor-led classes live online. Simply select the Virtual option from the dropdown when registering or contact us for more information. 

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.

 

THE PRICE LISTED IS IN USD. If you wish to pay in a different currency, please contact us at trainingsales@boundarysys.com or 440-274-0291.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health precautions and travel restrictions, we are now offering the option to join our instructor-led classes live online. Simply select the Virtual option from the dropdown when registering or contact us for more information. 

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.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health precautions and travel restrictions, we are now offering the option to join our instructor-led classes live online. Simply select the Virtual option from the dropdown when registering or contact us for more information. 

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