The Mold application provides the tools necessary to create a mold model from start to finish using the mold design process within Creo Parametric. In this course, you will learn how to create, modify, and analyze mold components and assemblies. Any changes made to the design model automatically propagate to the mold components and assemblies. You will also learn how to create final extract components that reflect the geometry of the design model, along with shrinkage considerations, adequate drafting, mold features, and cooling systems. After completing this course, you will have a better understanding of the mold design process and how to create molded products using the mold design process.
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.
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.
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.
This class is intended for administrators of Creo environments who are responsible for one or more of the following responsibilities: maintaining of licensing tools, maintaining and upkeep of configuration files, setup and loading of new workstations, development and enforcement of corporate design standards, and support of users and their preferences.
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.
Sheetmetal Design using Creo Parametric is a comprehensive training course that teaches you how to create sheetmetal parts in Creo Parametric. The course builds upon the basic lessons you learned in Introduction to Creo Parametric and serves as the second stage of learning. In this course, you will learn how to design sheetmetal parts and assemblies, including sheetmetal production drawings. All the functions needed to create sheetmetal parts, drawings, and assemblies are covered. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to create sheetmetal design models, create the flat state of the model, and document both in production drawings. At the end of each day , you use the Pro/FICIENCY skills assessments to reinforce your understanding of the course topics.
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.
This class combines both the Advanced Modeling and Advanced Assembly Design training courses, teaching you how to use advanced part modeling techniques to improve your product designs, as well as how to create and manage complex assemblies.
In this course, you will learn how to test, validate, and optimize product designs with the Creo Simulate module. Creo Simulate enables you to simulate structural and thermal loads on product designs. You will complete comprehensive, hands-on lab exercises that simulate realistic analysis and design optimization activities. You will also be introduced to advanced topics such as dynamic analyses, combined mechanical and thermal analyses, and Optimization Studies. After completing the course, you will be able to run engineering analyses and optimizations on your product design models.
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