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Creo is a computer graphics program, utilized for modeling numerous mechanical designs and for performing its related design along with manufacturing operations. This Creo program utilizes a 3-dimensional solid modeling system as the core and applies the modeling method that features based as well as parametric one and it has a number of extended designs and manufacturing applications.
Because of the large features, Future Gen Technologies, a well known Creo Training institute in Hyderabad provides Creo COURSE Training to the designers, architects, and engineers who can successfully apply this on their work. As per their effective Creo COURSE Training, now Future Gen Technologies is becoming the best Creo Training institute in Ameerpet, Hyderabad.
Usage of Creo
Creo system was designed with a mission to start where the design engineer starts considering some basic features and design criteria through some cascading menus.
The users who have taken Creo COURSE training becomes an expert in Creo software and employs “map keys” to integrate frequently utilized commands with menus, which are customized to enhance the speed exponentially.
Creo COURSE Training in the Creo Training Institute provides the capability to sketch directly on the solid model. Therefore, feature placement is simple as well as exact.
From Creo COURSE Training, you come to know that Creo software, which is designed based on a single data structure having the capacity to make changes built into the system. So, when a change has happened anywhere in the development process, it is propagated throughout the total design through the process of manufacturing.
Parametric, feature-based modeling
In the Creo Training institute in Ameerpet, the trainers describe the features of the Creo and its features contain non-geometric information such as manufacturing processes and associated costs along with information regarding the locations and relationships.
This means that features of the Creo do not require coordinate systems for replacement purpose and they know that how they can be related to other features of the model. As a result, changes are made rapidly and always develop the original content design.
During the Creo COURSE Training, the trainers provide the training in the assembling components of Creo. In this, we have to simply inform the system to “mate”, “insert”, or “align” the components. The components are assembled and maintain the design intent.
The components of Creo know exactly how they are related, so if any changes occur either positionally or else geometrically, the other components will also change according to that. Some portions can be designed right in the assembly as well as defined by other components. That’s why, if the components move or resize, the portion will update automatically to reflect the changes.
The family products of Creo are based upon a double precision, non-faceted solid modeling core. This provides the engineering having the most accurate representation of geometry, mass properties as well as interference checking available.
The Creo COURSE Training provides powerful change capacities, which are inherent with Creo full associativity. To execute all the functions in parallel, the change enables the design through the disciplines of manufacturing.
- 2D Sketching
- 2D Modeling
- Constraints & Relations application
- Dimensioning & Editing dimensions
- Inspection of Sketches or Profiles
- Use of Modeling Tree
- Selection of planes
- Datum plane creations
- Basic steps for creating profiles in part Environment
- What is modeling?
- Creating an Extrude feature (Solid, Surface, Sheet Metal,Protrusion and Cut)
- Revolve Tool with live Examples
- Sweeping models with examples
- Helical sweep creating different types of springs and threading features
- Creating blend features
- Parallel blends and Rotational blends
- Creating of advanced features (Fillets, Chamfers, Ribs, Drafts, Shell, Mirror)
- Pattern features
- Axis pattern
- Fill pattern
- Direction Pattern
- Dimension Pattern
- Creating surface features (Trim, Offset, Thicken, Solidify, Intersect, Project, Extend)
- Creating advanced surface features (Blend, Fill, 3DSurfaces)
- Creating Hole features (Standard and Normal hole)
- Material application of model
- View Tool bar icons use
- Layers tree use
- Importing of models in assembly module
- Use of 3d axis system in assembly module
- Place a base component
- Constraints using in assembly condition
- Replacing component
- Creating exploded views
- Creating section views
- Material visualize after assembly
- Pattern use in assembly condition
- Drawing fundamentals
- Adding items to drawing
- Creating and placing drawing views
- Working with major view types
- General view-changing default orientations
- Auxiliary, Detailed, Revolve views
- Controlling the visibility of model
- Moving and modifying the views
- Rendering the views
- 2D drafting
- Creating dimensions
- Drawing notes
- Geometric Tolerances
- Detail menu on drawing mode
- Creating the drawing Tables
- Adding new sheets to the drawing
- Formate creating
- Image placing or logo placing
- Surface roughness symbols application
- ASME14.5 GD&T CONCEPTS EXPLAINATION
- Introduction to sheet metal
- Sheet metal operations
- Extrusion Tool
- Planar Tool and use
- Bend types
- Flat bend
- Flange bend
- Blend tool
- Part to sheet metal conversions
- Rip application and types
- Punch form tool
- Fill tool
- Extend tool and offset tool use
- Bend calculations
- Attendance of each scheduled class meeting is required unless otherwise specified by the instructor.
- Daily work problems and hand-outs will be maintained in a notebook and turned in upon the instructor’s request.
- Reading assignments will be made prior to discussing the material.
- Keep your drafting workstation clean and free of miscellaneous materials.
- Please report any malfunctioning equipment to the instructor.
- Regular daytime hours. The room is open for your use starting at 9.30AM daily. Even though classes are being held, you are encouraged to find an open area and work in the laboratory.
- There are evening classes, but you may use the lab up to 7.00PM.
- On weekends, the lab will be available on Saturdays from 9:00AM to 6.30PM. The lab will be closed on Sundays.
- Present material in a manner that can be understood by each student.
- Respect each student as an individual, to be of assistance in any way possible, and to help solve problems, but not to solve problems for the student.
- Keep records of your progress and to summarize your learning experiences with a final.
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