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Creo Workshops

June 28th, 2017

Level 3: Advanced Creo Modeling

Creo Pirelli Motorcycle tire

Course Duration: 40 hours

Tuition: $2,500 USD

Overview: This Advanced Creo Modeling class helps participants to use advanced part modeling and assembly techniques in Creo to improve your workflow, organization, plan of attack and ultimately your product design capability. As with any of Design Engine heavy user training workshops the course curriculum is open for your team’s customization, however we have suggestions for part, assembly, detailing & making changes utilizing Creo per topics and discussions listed on this page. This Creo training course is developed for seasoned users who realize they can learn new techniques and workflow to become more proficient us an engineer. We don’t read to you from an exercise. In this course we also help design engineers learn how to make changes quickly to set them up for becoming expert faster. As with all Design-Engine classes participants keep the training material login and password for life.

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

Prerequisite: The only prerequisite for this class is a healthy understanding of Creo and years experience.

Creo Freestyle surfaces make up the motorcycle swingarm

Creo Freestyle surfaces make up the motorcycle swing arm with Pirelli Tire

 

Topics:

  • Intense Creo Update to the latest release of Creo.
  • Learn advanced selection techniques.
  • Create advanced datum features.
  • Learn to use Find options.
  • Use advanced sketching techniques.
  • Create advanced holes.
  • Create drafts with complex parting lines.
  • Create advanced shells.
  • Create advanced rounds and champers.
  • Use relations and parameters.
  • Learn advanced layer techniques.
  • Learn how to use different advanced reference management techniques.
  • Create family tables.
  • Reuse features.
  • Learn advanced copy techniques.
  • Copy Paste Special.
  • Learn advanced pattern techniques.
  • Introduction to Mechanism.
  • Customize specifically for you and your team.
  • Learn other Advanced Assembly techniques.
Creo Hayes Brake Rotor

Creo Hayes Brake Bicycle Disc Brake Rotor

Discussion:

  • Discuss piece-part modeling as opposed to the top-down approach.
  • Discuss robust modeling techniques with examples.
  • Discuss underlying curve geometry with examples.
  • Design with the assembly in mind.
  • Top-down design with respect to your industry.

Tutorials:

  • Brake Rotor
  • Piston & Rod Skeleton + assembly
  • Bicycle Seat
  • Trailer Hitch
  • Tire model complete with tread pattern
  • 20 + other models are available 

Brief:

This course teaches you utilize more advanced part modeling and assembly techniques in Creo to improve your workflow, organization, way of thinking, plan of attack, and ultimately your product design capability. As with any of Design Engine training workshops, the course curriculum is open for your team’s customization, however we have suggestions for part, assembly, detailing, and making changes utilizing Creo per topics and discussions listed on this page. This Creo course is developed for seasoned users who realize they can learn new techniques and workflow and sets up team members to become more proficient and effective. We don’t read to you from an exercise. We help design engineers learn how to make changes more effectively and quickly to ultimately set participants up for becoming expert faster. As with all Design-Engine classes, participants keep the training material login and password for life.

Video Training Delivery System:

Ask your Design Engine account manager about the Design-Engine Video Training Delivery System, or TDS for short. Although this class is not specifically prepared since it is largely a custom workshop, others’ classes are available in an easy to follow guide for designers and engineers who may want this TDS as a supplement to this course. Call today to speak to an account manager about the details at 312.226.8339.

*Please note that prices listed on this page are based upon pre-payment prior to the start of the class and does not include the Design-Engine Video training Delivery System. The TDS is available as an additional cost to this course. Call for details 312.226.8339

About the Author

Bart

Pro/E, Creo, and Surfacing Instructor at Design Engine. Loves motorcycles and racing.






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