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Creo Advanced Heavy User Custom


First developed as a training course custom-built for a corporate client, this Creo training course could cover a mixture of ANYTHING you may specifically require. 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 your team.  Invite us for an online discussion today! 

Suggeted Creo Training 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/Rhino to Creo transfers ie. creating parametric data out of the import
  • Comparing Solidworks to Creo specifics
  • 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 & Sweep features
  • Bodies
  • Creo Simulate
  • GD&T
  • Table, repeat regions for the 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
  • Notes & Examples of Creo Update specifics

Duration & Cost

16 hours = $1650 per student, or 40 hours = $2850 per student

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


1,500 hours minimum experience with Creo


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


  • 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.