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Creo Parametric Training

Creo Parametric Training

Creo Parametric Training

Course Information

  • Duration40 Hours

Description

This course is designed to help students learn product design using Creo, a popular feature-based 3D parametric solid modelling software. In this course, the students will get in-depth knowledge of all important tools as well as their real world applications in conformity with widely accepted ISO standards, GD&T, 3D Printing, and standard practices followed in manufacturing processes in industry. In addition, students will be assigned a team project of their choice for better understanding of design intent and will also be required to make a portfolio of the work done.

Course Outline

1. User Interface and Basics of Creo
  • Introduction to Creo
  • Quick Access Toolbar
  • Creo Interface
  • Command Search Box
  • Functions of Mouse Buttons
2. Introduction to Sketching
  • 2D Sketching
  • Saving Files
  • Sketch Entities
  • Sketch Relations
  • Dimensioning Sketches
  • Editing Sketches
3. Basic Part Modeling
  • Basic Modeling
  • Choosing Sketching Plane
  • Extruded Feature
  • Revolved Feature
  • Thin Extruded and Revolved Features
  • Style Display Options
4. Reference Geometry and Material Removal
  • Creating a Datum Plane
  • Creating Revolved Cut and Hole
  • Creating an Extruded Cut
  • Creating Datum Points
  • Creating a Datum Axis
  • Creating a Fillet
  • Creating a Chamfer
5. Multiplication Features
  • Why Use Patterns?
  • Linear Pattern
  • Circular Pattern
  • Curve Pattern
  • Fill Pattern
6. Shelling and Ribs
  • Creating a Shell Feature
  • Creating a Profile Rib Feature
  • Draft Analysis
7. Editing Features
  • Editing a Sketch
  • Changing a Sketch Plane
  • Edit Using the Move Tool
  • Edit Using Cut, Copy, & Paste
  • Deleting, Suppressing, and Reordering
8. Advanced Part Modeling
  • Toroidal Bend
  • Spinal Bend
  • Warp Feature
  • Sweep Feature
  • Blend Feature
9. Assembly Modeling
  • Concept of Assembly
  • Types of Assembly
  • Adding Components
  • Moving and Rotating Components
  • Mating Parts
  • Bottom-Up Assembly
  • Checking Clearances
  • Exploded Assemblies
  • Bill of Materials
10. Surface Modeling
  • Creating Extruded Surfaces
  • Creating Revolved Surfaces
  • Creating Sweep Surfaces
  • Trimming and Untrimming Surfaces
  • Creating Blend Surfaces
  • Creating Rotational Blend Surfaces
  • Creating Fill Surfaces
11. Drafting
  • Sheet Formats and Templates
  • Template Properties
  • Defining Title Blocks
  • Generating Model Views
  • Generating Projected Views
  • Generating Section Views
  • Generating Auxiliary View
  • Generating Detailed View
  • Creating and Managing BOM
  • Modifying a BOM
  • Dimensioning Views
  • Applying GD & T Symbols
12. Sheet Metal
  • What are Sheet Metal Parts?
  • Concept of Bend Allowance
  • Creating Primary and Secondary Walls
  • Creating a Planar Wall
  • Creating an Unattached Revolved Wall
  • Creating an Unattached Blend Wall
  • Creating an Unattached Offset Wall
  • Converting Non-Sheet Metal to Sheet Metal
  • Creating an Unbend Feature
  • Creating Cuts in Sheetmetal Components
  • Creating a Flat Pattern