Creo Robust Surfacing Techniques

Description

More than an introduction, this course sets participants up for an aggressive growth into surface modeling using Creo.  This two-day course has the same curriculum as the first two days of the Creo Surfacing Week One. We will discuss the many different Creo surfacing styles and techniques. Learn with specific examples the basics of surfacing.

Creo Stapler

Topics

Creo Robust Surfacing sweeps
  • Use Extruded and Swept surfaces to create simple surfaces
  • Learn to build thin protrusions from single and merged surfaces
  • Learn to use the Extend, Freeform, Blend, Revolve and Flat Tools to create surfaces
  • Use Transform surfaces
  • Learn the basics of Import Data Doctor by managing IGES & STEP
  • Learn to use basic Sweep functions
  • Use the basics of four part boundaries
  • Utilize Merge to join surfaces
  • Discover how well Creo handles 3-part boundaries but understand the inherent problems with these 3-part surfaces
  • Discover blends
  • Learn to use Surfaces with respect to Top-down design
  • Learn to use Copy and Paste special with Curves and surfaces
  • Use surfaces to effect solid geometry

Duration & Cost

16 hours = $1650 per student

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

Prerequisites

500 Hours or Creo Learn to Design is recommended

Projects

  • Build solids from surface quilts
  • Learn how to build and construct robust 4-part boundaries
  • Create parametric curves, i.e. Datum Curves
  • Stapler, sweeps and top down design
  • IGES tutor, import data doctor
  • Paper in the wind, a four part boundary exercise
  • Hood scoop tutorial
  • Saddle tutor, sweep, project & trim tutorial
  • Smile tutor
  • Scallop tutor

Discussion

  • Discuss building robust curves and the time saving benefits of a careful plan of attack
  • Discuss differences between sweep and blend tools
  • Compare and discuss other surface modeling software to Creo
  • Discuss clam shell plastic part design as related to Swept surfaces and discuss styling grooves with examples.
  • Proper techniques of surface modeling
  • Discuss modifying models that others have designed
  • Discuss in detail surface analysis tools and the practical uses with specific examples
  • Discuss in detail how bad habits are formed with respect to surfacing and how you can avoid those same pitfalls

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. 

* Please note that prices listed are based upon pre-payment prior to the start of the class. The TDS is available as an additional cost to this course.