Creo Surfacing Freestyle Subdivisional Modeling

Description

Learn to create Freestyle surfaces using the new Sub’D Modeler inside Creo. Freestyle is based on sub-divisional modelling technology, which makes use of a control mesh to move or subdivide surfaces. This allows you to manipulate and add details, both easily and intuitively. Our instructors will teach an efficient and effective workflow that will yield the most desired results for designing products. All of our courses are able to be customized to fit your needs or those of your team.

Creo Freestyle Wenn Bicycles

Topics

Learn Creo with this bicycle Creo 6.0
  • Basic workflow
  • Using Trace Sketch and Visual Mirror
  • Utilize Transform and Scale to control vertices and faces & edge lines
  • Align and planarize
  • Extrude SubD
  • Manage Mirror and break summitry as necessary
  • Utilize Connect, Edge Split, and Face Split to tweak and pinch surfaces
  • Rendering with Creo Mental Ray tools
  • Mix and match Freestyle with Creo Parametric surfaces

Duration & Cost

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

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

Prerequisites

A basic understanding of Creo surfaces is recommended of Creo Surfacing Week One

Projects

  • Create a couch and ottoman
  • Create a toy airplane using a Creo Freestyle polygon cube
  • Create a toy giraffe model using a polygon box primitive
  • Create eyeglass frames from a primitive sphere
  • Create a carbon fiber bicycle frame
  • Create an Auto Front end from images
  • Create a front-end of a rally car from a square initial primitive shape
  • Create a bicycle and/or Motorcycle saddle
  • Develop Motorcycle Swing-arm using Freestyle coupled with Creo Solid Geometry
  • Create new plastic for a YZ450 Motocross bike
  • Create multiple iterations of a hair brush
  • Create soft-goods products such as bags and gun holsters
  • Create perfect circles for machined mating parts

Discussion

Sub'D Motorcycle swing arm
  • What’s new within the latest release of Creo Freestyle
  • Integrating Sub Divisional Freestyle surfaces with other surfaces inside Creo
  • Creating soft-good products such as leather goods and bags
  • History of SubD Freestyle modeling and compare to Catia, Maya, and 3D Max
  • Discuss the various primitives and their perspective workflow
  • Discuss manipulating faces vs vertices
  • Learn advanced workflow managing conceptual design or ideation of forms
  • Constraining freestyle geometry to parametric curves and Creo Surfaces

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.