Creo Advanced Heavy User Custom

Description

First developed as a training course custom-built for a corporate client, this course could cover ANYTHING you need. Plastic part design, die casting, Pro/Program, Advanced Creo Surfacing, exporting to other CAD programs, etc. This class can come tailor-made for your team with projects, training materials, and videos specific to you. This course will be made available upon request.

Topics

skeleton part for creating the welded bicycle & jig components
  • Advanced Creo, Creo Surfacing, and Pro/Program
  • Top-down modeling, master model, and skeleton techniques
  • Alias to Creo transfers ie. creating parametric data out of the import
  • Edit definition or redefine functions
  • Tips and techniques for growing into advanced users
  • Discuss in great detail the Top-down Design approach
  • Enhanced study of Sketcher
  • Force assumptions, replace, and rotate in Sketcher
  • Force patterns to follow complex curves
  • Create advanced sweep
  • Blend features
  • Table, repeat regions for automatic bill of material generation
  • Build gears in a robust, fast, and uncomplicated way
  • Gears: helical, spur, and pinion 
  • Learn to utilize driving actions ACME screw gears
  • Create profile producing equations
  • Make gears using parameter tables and relations
  • Convert Cartesian coordinates to Spherical Coordinates in sketcher to use later in equations

Duration

16 hours = $1650 per student or 40 hours = $2700 per student

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

Prerequisites

1,500 hours minimum experience with Creo

Projects

All the projects in this class are based upon student interests, job requirements, or company projects.

Discussions

  • Discuss many forms of cross-sections
  • Detailing and understanding interference inside an assembly 
  • Compare global interference checks
  • Planning out Skeleton Models to manage your project
  • Basics of surfacing to make robust changes that propagate the entire set of parts without failed features
  • How Top-down design offers participants greater flexibility and control over the entire structure
  • Discuss how teams can be more effective using published geometry
  • Using copy surfaces effectively as ‘timestamps’ for managing what ultimately gets published
  • Compare shrink wrap & other forms of external copied geometry for managing large assemblies
  • Reference viewer for understanding skeleton parts
  • Constraints with Mechanism
  • Saving and retreating large assembly representations in order to save time
  • Learn to use motion skeletons to manage mechanized assemblies
  • Substitute simplified versions of assembly components without losing constraints

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.