PTC Creo work with 3D CAD parametric feature solid modeling, 3D direct modeling, 2D orthographic views, Finite Element Analysis and simulation, schematic design, technical illustrations, and viewing and visualization.
Why Creo is used?
Creo Elements/Pro-e is used to create a complete 3D digital model of manufactured goods. The models consist of 2D and 3D solid model data which can also be used downstream in finite element analysis, rapid prototyping, tooling design, and CNC manufacturing.
At CADD Centre you will learn!
|1.||Introduction of Design & Creo||7.||Mechanical Joints|
|2.||Sketcher||8.||Introduction to Sheet metal|
|3.||Part Modeling||9.||Creation of Table and report|
|4.||Part modeling (Advance)||10.||Introduction of GD & T|
|5.||Introduction to Surface Modeling||11.||Introduction to Drafting and Detailing|
|6.||Introduction to Assembly Design||12.||Placing projection views|
- Assembly Top down And Bottom up Concept
- Skelton Modeling
- Style tool Bars
- Sectioning (Linear & Non Linear)
- Part Import & Export processes
- Types of Envelops, shrink wrap