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June 10th, 2018

Creo Level 6: Advanced Heavy User Custom

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Pirelli Motocross Tire

Creo: Advanced Heavy User Custom Training

Course Duration: 16 Hours /40 hrs

Overview: This course could cover ANYTHING you need. We are here to help after class.  Plastic part design, die casting, Pro/Program, advanced Creo Surfacing, exporting to other CAD programs, etc. Make your wish list and we will be your genie, except here you get unlimited wishes (for 16 hours)! This is a fully customized course and can come with custom training materials or videos. Often there are only a few students in this workshop and it is always customized ahead of time. This course will not be listed in the training schedule but can be added wherever requested. Below is a short list of topics your group may want covered.

Projects: All the projects in this class are based upon student interests or job requirements.

Prerequisite: 1,500 hours minimum experience with Creo.

Creo Training Topics (Could Include):

  • Advanced Creo Surfacing
  • Advanced Creo
  • Advanced Pro/Program
  • Top down modeling, master model, and skeleton techniques.
  • Alias to Creo transfers ie. creating parametic 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.
  • Force assumptions, replace, and rotate in sketcher.
  • Enhanced study of sketcher.
  • Force patterns to follow complex curves.
  • Pattern groups to follow curves.
  • Create advanced sweep.
  • Blend features
  • Table, repeat regions for automatic bill of material generation.
  • Build gears in a robust and fast uncomplicated way.
  • Gears: helical gear, spur, and pinion gears.
  • 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.

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Pirelli Motocross Tire patterned efficiently using Creo. 

skeleton part for creating the welded bicycle & jig components

skeleton part for creating the welded bicycle & jig components ‘Tubular Frame Structures’

“Pro Engineer Training”, “Pro E Training”, “Creo Training”

*Please note that prices listed on this page are based upon pre-payment prior to the start of the class




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