Learn PTC Creo 5.0 (Pro-e) - Basic to Advance Guide
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- Understanding Creo Parametric concepts
- Create and modify 2D sketches on datum planes.
- Sketching geometry and using tools
- Create part features using: extrude, revolve, blend, hole, shell and sweep functions.
- Creating datum planes and datum axes
- Create parametric relationships between features and modify features Laying out drawings and creating views
- Comprehensive two part Design Project
- Selecting and editing geometry, features, and models
- Learn advance modelling process
- Learning how to use the Creo Parametric interface
- Generate and dimension a multi view orthographic drawing.
- Annotate notes and text on drawings.
- Build a 3D assembly.
- Mechanism (Gear, Cam follower, Piston cylinder, Slider crank etc.)
- Animation ( Snapshot)
- Manufacturing (Use application vericut)
- Basic simulation
- Drawing view and BOM (Bill of material)
- Control and modify the operating environmental settings.
- Complete work accurately, with attention to detail. Assembling with connections
- Create Engineering, Industrial Graphics & Design in 3D or 2D
- A PC or Computer
- Basic mathematics and Engineering Knowledge
- Creo Software for your Practice
- Basic Computer Knowledge
- Basic Drawing Knowledge
Creo (Pro-E) is a family or suite of design software supporting product design for discrete manufacturers and is developed by PTC.
Creo Parametric: The flagship application in the Creo Suite, Creo Parametric is the only software you need for 3D CAD and CAM. With Creo Parametric, you can seamlessly combine parametric and direct modeling; open non-native CAD data and collaborate with almost anyone thanks to Unite technology, and relax knowing all downstream deliverables will update automatically. Combine this range of capabilities with ease-of-use, and you have a product design accelerator.
2D CAD | 3D CAD | CAM | Simulation | Visualization | Analysis
Our software doesn’t produce innovation: you do. But Creo can help by giving you powerful tools all within one environment as well as choice and flexibility in how you use them.
What can you design? One customer designed an artificial heart. Another created a 1.5 ton light sculpture. Maybe your next great product is that one on your desk.
Creo is best designed for Mechanical Engineer, Automobile Engineer. Mechatronics Engineer
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Fillet is removal of material at the sharp edges.
It is used to smoothen the edges and reduce the stress at the edges.
There are four tools in Creo Parametric to create fillets:
Circular, Circular Trim, Elliptical, and Elliptical Trim.
The procedure to create fillets by these four tools is same but the output is different. The procedure to use these tools is explained in the video tutorial.
This is the tool of joy for everyone. Everybody wants to write something on paper, tree, and desk and so on. Mechanical engineers like to write on parts by using machines, like brand names.
Text tool in Creo Parametric allows us to write text on parts which later on will be machined by CAM.
The procedure to use the Text tool is explained in the video tutorial.
Center lines are the entities in Creo Parametric that are used to define a reference for creating sketch entities. When you will be creating solid models later in the book, you will get to know the importance of center line.
There are two tools to create center lines:
Center line and Center line Tangent.
The procedure to use these tools is explained in the video tutorial.
The Point tool as the name suggests is used to create points in the drawing area.
These points can later be used to reference other sketch entities.
The procedure to create points is explained in the video tutorial.
Coordinate system is a reference for all the entities sketched in Creo. All the base dimensions are measured from coordinate system.
The procedure to place coordinate system is similar to Point tool.
This constraint is used to make selected line as vertical. You can also make two points to share horizontal distance from a reference point.
This constraint is used to make selected line as horizontal. You can also make two points aligned horizontally.
The Perpendicular constrain is used to make a line/entity perpendicular to the other entity.
The Tangent constrain is used to make two entities tangent to each other. The entities can be combination of line and arc, arc and arc, arc and circle, circle and circle, ellipse with arc, line, or circle and so on.
The Mid-point button is used to place the selected point at the middle of the other selected entity.
The Symmetric constrain, as the name suggests, is used to make entities sym- metric about a center line.
The Equal constrain is used to make dimension of two selected entities equal. Note that if one of the two entities is not constrained dimensionally then the first selected entity will be taken as reference and the other entity will be sized according to the first.
The Parallel constrain is used to make selected two lines parallel to each other. Note that if one of the two entities is not constrained dimensionally then the first selected entity will be taken as reference and the other entity will become parallel to the first entity.
Extrusion is a method of defining three-dimensional geometry by translating a two-dimensional sketch normal to the sketch plane, for a pre-defined distance or up to a specified reference. Use the Extrude tool to create a solid or surface feature, and to add or remove material. You can create the following extrusion types:
• Protrusion—Solid, Thickened
• Cut—Solid, Thickened
• Extruded surface
• Surface trim—Regular, Thickened