Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire/Creo

Course Description:
This course will introduce the students to workbenches of Creo(Pro/E) such as Part Design, Assembly Design, and Drafting. After the completion of this course, the students will be able to create components using sketched and placed features. They will be able to use the bottom up assembly design approach to assemble the components and then generate the drawing views of the components and assembly.

Introduction to Pro/Engineer
Feature-Based Nature
Bidirectional Associative Property
Parametric Nature
Important Terms and Definitions
File Menu Options
Managing Files
Menu Manager
Model Tree


Sketch Mode
Sketcher Environment
Working with the Sketch in the Sketch Mode
Drawing a Sketch Using the Sketcher Tools Toolbar
Dimensioning the Sketch
Dimensioning the Basic Sketched Entities
Working with Constraints
Modifying the Dimensions of a Sketch
Resolve Sketch Dialog Box
Trimming the Sketcher Entities
Mirroring the Sketcher Entities
Palette Button
Drawing Display Options
Dimensioning a Sketch Using the Baseline Option
Replacing the Dimensions of a Sketch Using the Replace Option Creating Fillets
Creating a Reference Coordinate System
Working with Splines
Writing Text in the Sketcher Environment
Scaling and Rotating Entities
Importing 2D Drawings in the Sketch Mode


Creating Base Features
Invoking the Part Mode
The Default Datum Planes
Creating a Protrusion
Understanding the Orientation of Datum Planes
Parent‐Child Relationship
Nesting of Sketches


Need for Datums in Modeling
Creating Datum Planes
Datum Planes Created On‐The‐Fly
Datum Axes
Datum Points
Creating Cuts


Creating Holes
Creating Rounds
Creating Chamfers
Understanding Ribs
Editing Definition or Redefining Features
Reordering Features
Suppressing Features
Deleting a Feature
Modifying a Feature
Uses of Patterns
Creating Patterns
Deleting a Pattern
Copying Features
Mirroring a Geometry
Creating a Section of the Solid Model


Sweep Features
Blend Features
Using Blend Vertex
Shell Option
Datum Curves
Creating Draft Features
Toroidal Bend
Spinal Bend
Warp Transform
Warp Spine


Assembly Modeling
Important Terms Related to the Assembly Mode
Creating Top‐down Assemblies
Creating Bottom‐up
Assemblies Placement Constraints
Assembly Datum Planes
Assembling Components
Packaging Components
Creating Simplified Representations
Redefining Components of the Assembly
Reordering Components
Suppressing/Resuming Components
Replacing Components
Assembling Repeated Copies of a Component
Modifying Components of the Assembly
Creating the Exploded State
Offset Lines


The Drawing Mode
Generating Drawing Views
Editing the Drawing Views
Modifying the Drawing Views
Modifying Other Parameters
Dimensioning the Drawing Views
Modifying and Editing Dimensions
Adding Reference Datums to the Drawing Views
Adding Tolerances in the Drawing Views
Editing the Geometric Tolerances
Adding Notes to the Drawing
Adding Balloons to the Assembly Views
Sketching in the Drawing Mode
Modifying the Sketched Entities
User-Defined Drawing Formats
Retrieving the User-Defined Formats in the Drawings
Adding and Removing Sheets in the Drawing
Creating Tables in the Drawing Mode
Generating the BOM and Balloons in Drawings


Introduction to Sheetmetal
Invoking the Sheetmetal Mode
Introduction to Sheetmetal WallS
  • Creating the Planar Wall
  • Creating the Unattached Revolve Wall
  • Creating the Unattached Blend Wall
  • Creating the Unattached Rotational Blend Wall
  • Creating the Unattached Offset Wall
  • Creating Reliefs in Sheetmetal Components
  • Creating a Flat Wall
  • Creating a Twist Wall
  • Creating an Extend Wall
  • Creating a Flange Wall
Creating the Bend Feature
Creating the Unbend Feature
  • Creating the Bend Back
Conversion to Sheetmetal Part
Creating Cuts in the Sheetmetal Components
Creating the Flat Pattern

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