The objective of this course is to enhance your product designing skills.
The curriculum is especially oriented to make you understand the concepts with ease, and reduce your fear to work with the complicated tools of product designing.
The course offers you hours and hours of HD content that can be accessed from your mobile/laptop/desktop.
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Through the course, you will be familiarized will the following significant tools:
· Introduction to various Sheet-metal concepts
· Creating Primary and Secondary Walls using different tool such as Planar, Flat, Flange, Extrude.
· Types of Walls
· Reliefs, Its necessity, & types.
· Corner reliefs, Corner Treatment, Mitre-cuts.
· Bending Sheet metal in Creo
· Tools used to bend sheet metal.
· Types of bend
· Edge & Planar Bend
· Unbending Sheet metal in Creo
· Different types of unbending options
· Cut-outs in Sheet-metal
· Forms, and its types – Punch, Die, Sketch and Quilt
· Rips, and its types – Edge, Sketch, Surface, and Rip Connect
· Bottom-up and Top-Down Approach
· Different constraints in Assembly (Coincident, Distance, Normal, Parallel, Angle offset etc.,)
· Global Interference
· Repeat components
· Create Exploded View in Assembly.
· Add Sub-Assembly in Assembly.
· Detailed design process, i.e., from Part Modelling to Assembly of industrial components namely, “Butterfly Valve, Pedestal bearing and Electrical Cabinet Assembly)
· Elements of a Drawing Sheet
· Creation of a Drawing Format (User defined)
· Adding parameters to drawing sheets.
· Create user-defined parameters in title block
· Basic dimensioning
· Lines and line styles used in Dimensioning
· Create Detailed view in drawing sheet
· Visible Area View
· Create Auxiliary View
· Create Revolved View
· Create cross-sectional view of a part model in drawing sheet
· Create cross-sectional view of an assembly in drawing sheet
· Create Local View
· Create Offset View
· Create Exploded view in Drawing sheet
· Creating our own Detailed File.
· Adjusting dimensions using different tools
· Adding tolerances to the dimensions
· Adding Notes in the drawing sheets
· Adding Ordinate Dimensions.
· Adding Surface Finish Symbols
· Preparing Report Table: Bill of Materials (BOM)
· Creating Balloons on the Exploded view
· Create a user-defined template in Creo
Model Based Definitions
- Combo Views
- Annotations in Combo Views
- Driving and Driven Dimensions
- Different References for creating Annotations
The course doesn’t not require you to have any prerequisites.
By understanding the conceptual parameters, you can work on your own to explore and prepare your imagination into a virtual 3-D model.
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