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November 26th, 2018

Design for Additive Manufacturing with Creo

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Design for Additive Manufacturing with CREO

Creo Training Course: Design for Additive Manufacturing with Creo

Course Duration: 16 Hours

Tuition: $3,000 USD

Overview: Is your organization ready to unleash the full potential of additive manufacturing? This is a two-day hands-on course on the design optimization process for additive manufactured products designed using Creo. Automatically optimize your design for shape and material usage.

 

On-site Training: This and all Design Engine courses are also offered on-site at your facility.  Call to speak to an account manager to arrange a class today at 312.226.8339.

Similar Course: Design for 3D Printing Using Creo, Creo Topology Optimization Workshop, Creo Behavioral Modeling Workshop

Next Course: Creo Simulate Week-Long Intensive

Prerequisite: Learning to Design with Creo

Topics:

  • Learn how to size and generate lattice structures
  • Idealize and analyze lattice structures in Creo
    Simulate
  • How to reconstruct the CAD geometry from the
    topology optimization results (Nurbification)
  • Use topology optimization to find the best
    distribution of material for stiffness or compliance
    with homogenization techniques
  • Use topology optimization for light weight heat
    exchangers

Discussion:

  • How to optimize lattice structures using behavioral
    modeling
  • Utilize design best practices and manufacturing
    guidelines

Projects:

  • Create 2 ½ D and 3D Lattice
    Features in Creo Parametric
  • Design for additive manufacturing and practice the
    validation and verification steps required for
    aerospace & defense applications
  • Synthesize Metamaterials using Topology
    Optimization & Lattices
  • Design and evaluate molds with conformal cooling

 

Brief:

Additive manufacturing has flipped the traditional approach to modeling on end with new workflows and approaches to design, expanding the realm of what’s possible in CAD. Learn to make the most of your investment with Design Engine’s Design for AM Using Creo workshop.

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