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Creo Tutorials

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New Creo Parametric tutorials to showcase the new features, functions, configuration, renderings and animation with best practice, tips and tricks. You can find more on YouTube.com

How to use ProProgram for model of Trapeze Sheet

Pro/ENGINEER, PTC Creo 2.0, PTC Creo 3.0, PTC Creo 4.0, PTC Creo 5.0, Tips and Tricks Posted on Wed, September 11, 2019 06:46PM

In this video tutorial, you can learn How to use ProProram for Parameter driving and How relations can be implemented with this combination



All in one: How to create and manage automatic BOM

Pro/ENGINEER, PTC Creo 2.0, PTC Creo 3.0, PTC Creo 4.0, PTC Creo 5.0, Tips and Tricks Posted on Wed, September 11, 2019 06:44PM


Introduction to Creo Parametric

PTC Creo 2.0, PTC Creo 3.0, PTC Creo 4.0, PTC Creo 5.0 Posted on Tue, September 10, 2019 07:47PM

This course is designed for new users who want to become proficient with Creo as quickly as possible.



All in one: How to Repair Imported Step or Iges file

PTC Creo 2.0, PTC Creo 3.0, PTC Creo 4.0, PTC Creo 5.0, Tips and Tricks Posted on Mon, September 09, 2019 11:17PM

If you need to Repair wrong imported geometry or you need to add some surfaces or close the gabs – you can use Import Data Doctor in Creo



Sweep – Constant Normal Direction

PTC Creo 3.0 Posted on Mon, May 28, 2018 10:10PM

This video was created based on question from a comment under my video on YouTube channel: PTC Creo 4.0 tutorial: Sweep or How to orient profile and sketch



Creo Sheetmetal tutorial: How to create Cuts

PTC Creo 3.0 Posted on Mon, February 27, 2017 10:02PM

When you create a cut in Sheetmetal mode, you can create a solid cut or a sheet metal cut. In this video tutorial you can learn more about Sheetmetal cuts:

A solid cut is created the exact same way and with the same options as in Part mode.

A sheet metal cut can be created as Thin or Solid. A sheet metal cut can only be extruded. You can use a Blind, Through Next, or Through All as depth.

One difference between the solid and the sheet metal cut is that the solid cut is extruded through the material in a direction normal to the sketch plane. In the sheet metal cut is first projected onto the surface (green or white) selected as the driving or offset surface, and extruded normal to that surface.

Examples:

If the cut is a sheet metal extruded cut with the selected “Driving surface”: the cut is projected onto the green surface and extruded normal to the green surface.

If the cut is a sheet metal extruded cut with the selected “Offset surface”: the cut is projected onto the white surface and extruded normal to the white surface.



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