Creo Advanced Sheet Metal

Description

Changes are made and updated parametrically throughout the entire design process. The result is fully-associative solid models of sheet metal parts and assemblies ready for production. Participants will be trained to work on items such as small battery contacts, aircraft mounting brackets, electronics enclosures, larger stove/oven components, or auto panels. The curriculum can be combined with Creo Surfacing tools for automobile sheet metal functions or for smaller battery contacts.

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Topics

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  • Set up Creo Sheet Metal for team design efforts
  • Bend allowance and developed length
  • Y & K factors
  • Punch and die reference parts
  • Sheet metal bend tables
  • Deformation areas
  • Importing STEP / IGES geometry then creating flattened states
  • Flexible modeling specific to Creo Sheet Metal
  • Starting with Solid parts vs Sheet Metal parts, i.e. convert vs conversion
  • Alternate methods and workflow for experts

Duration

16 hours = $1650 per student

For corporate rates, please call (312)226-8339

Prerequisites

Prior Creo Sheet Metal experience is highly recommended

Projects

  • Discuss differences between Notch and Punch Forms
  • Sheet metal design approach
  • Discuss obtaining specific tolerances
  • How to modify Y & K factors for specific tooling or prototyping
  • Discuss stretching due to deformation areas
  • Importing STEP or IGES geometry
  • Flexible modeling specifically to Creo sheet metal
  • Creo Sheet metal  accounts for bends of different radii and material thickness
Creo 6.0 Louvers

Discussions

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  • Use of geometric tolerance in Creo drawing mode
  • Discuss the use of parameters on detail drawings
  • Discuss cross sections and their many forms with respect to detailing
  • Adding and modifying Creo detail notes and workflow issues on drawings
  • Standard drafting principles related to Creo Drawing Mode
  • Discuss sheet metal drawings with examples on how to handle flat patterns
  • Discuss how administrators set up Creo drawing formats for automatically populating data on company standards
  • Discuss output with strengths and weaknesses of exporting to PDF, DXF, or postscript for printing
  • Discuss symbols in Creo and their use with respect to workflow
  • Discuss the difference between fully-dimensioned detail drawing vs minimal control drawing with respect to six sigma
  • Discuss the new ASME adopted standard for 3D notes or annotations
  • Discuss managing Drawing layers when parts contain curves and surfaces
  • Discuss managing exploded Assemblies
  • Learn to use servos within Mechanism
  • Utilize advanced assembly functions such as skeleton parts & top down design
  • Top-down Design seven-ways
  • Interchange Assemblies
  • Improve performance by simplifying large assemblies
  • Use top down design to communicate among team members more effectively
  • Learn to auto generate Bill of Materials
  • Learn to pattern more effectively with assemblies

Video Training Delivery System

Ask your Design Engine account manager about our Training Delivery System(TDS), an easy-to-follow guide for designers and engineers who want a supplement to this course.