Creo Curves & Surfaces: Week One Alternate
This is the Design Engine Creo Surfacing Week One alternative for engineering technicians not interested in learning surfaces to manage form but to use curves and surfaces to get projects completed more efficiently. It is an introduction to parametric constraint based surface modeling and making changes easily utilizing the latest release of Creo. The basis for this week-long course is to share the knowledge of tools within Creo for optimizing more parametric robust controls for all geometry including mechanisms.
This Creo surfacing training class is developed for seasoned users who want to become proficient experts by learning Creo surfacing in just one week. This course will include instruction from our Import Data Doctor class. We help participants learn Creo surface modeling, not by reading to you from an exercise or book, but instead teach a workflow for making changes quickly to their models. This workshop is an intense 3 or 5 days and is perfect for anyone with or without a degree who wants to excel using Creo. This class is also imperative for those engineering technicians looking to be able to manage troublesome issues with ease or to become the go-to person within their organization.
- Learn a workflow using more robust curves and surfaces to easily complete projects
- Learn to utilize parameters to drive geometry
- Learn to manage failed surfaces effectively
- Learn to build thin protrusions from single and merged surfaces
- Use surfaces to effect solid geometry and manage problem solids
- Learn to manage IGES & STEP geometry using the powerful Import Data Doctor
- Pattern & mirror surface copies
- Learn to drive mechanism with curves and surfaces
- Learn to use Surfaces to cut away unwanted geometry easily or to add geometry where using solids might be impossible or unmanageable
Duration & Cost
40 hours = $2700 per student
For corporate rates, please call (312)226-8339
- Curves & surfaces with Top-down design
- Use Extruded and Swept surfaces to create simple surfaces
- Make imports solids using powerful Data Doctor tools
- Use surfaces to make changes to External Copied Geometry(ECG) where you do not have Windchill permissions to the skeleton part
- Basics of surfacing with four part boundaries and discuss problems with three part boundaries
- Discuss building robust curves to aid in creating draft when the draft feature does not work
- Surfaces as tools not to generate form but to aid in part and feature development
- Discuss using surface copies as time stamps for mirrors and published geometry with examples
- Discuss using curves and surfaces with top-down design
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.