Overview

Creo is a Computer Aided Design tool used to create, analyze, view, and share designs downstream using 2D CAD, 3D CAD, parametric and direct modeling capabilities. Using Creo one can perform 3D Design, Industrial Design, Concept Design, Routed Systems Design, and Simulation.

Course Highlights

Creo Foundation

  • CREO   SKECTCHING DATUM FEATURE
  • BASIC PART MODELING
  • ADV. PART MODELING
  • ASSEMBLY   MODELING
  • FLEXIBLE   MODELING
  • SHEET METAL MODELING
Duration of Course
  • 25 Hours Theory
  • 30 Hours Practical
  • 30 Hours Project work
Course Highlight
  • Creo  Advanced
  • SURFACE   MODELING
  • DIRECT MODELING
  • PRODUCT   ANIMATION
  • WELDMENTS & MARK UP
  • MOLD DESIGN & EXPERT MOLD EXTENSION
  • CAM
Duration of Course
  • 25 Hours Theory
  • 30 Hours Practical
  • 30 Hours Project work
Course Highlight

CREO Advance
SURFACE   MODELING
DIRECT MODELING
PRODUCT   ANIMATION
WELDMENTS & MARK UP
MOLD DESIGN & EXPERT MOLD EXTENSION
CAM

Duration of Course

25 Hours Theory
30 Hours Practical
30 Hours Project work

Technical Features
CREO Foundation
  • Understanding Design Intent
  • Creating Datum Axes, Planes and Coordinate SystemsS
  • Creating basic Geometry like line, Circle, Rectangle and Arc
  • Modification of Sketch Geometry Circle, Rectangle and Arc
  • Using Constraints
  • Introduction to Part Modeling
  • Creating basic features like Extrude, Revolve and Rilbs
  • Creating Advance Feature like Sweep and Helical Sweep
  • Creating Holes, Shells, Draft & Patterns
  • Creating Round, Chamfers and Shells
  • View Manager
  • Creating Swept Blend, Toroidal Blend & Spiral Blend
  • Creation of UDF Library
  • Creation of Family Tables
  • Applying Relationships
  • Mass, C.G, & Moment of Inertia Calculations
  • Applying Material and Rendering
  • Assemble Modeling Theory
  • Assembly bottom-up & top-down approach
  • Various Assembly Constrains
  • Creation of Exploded view
  • Creation of Assembly Sections
  • Flexible Components
  • Replacing & Repeating Component
  • View Manager
  • Creation of Family Tables & Relations
  • Application of Parameters to Assemblies
  • Applying Materials & Rendering
  • Restructuring Tools
  • Plan and Manage Large Assemblies
  • Introduction to Flexible Modeling
  • Understanding of Flexible Modeling and Its Processes
  • Editing, Transformation and Recognition in Flexible Modeling
  • Flexible Components and Interfaces
  • Restructuring and Re Ordering in Assembly Modeling
  • Sheet metal Design process & fundamental Parametric sheet
  • Understanding of sheet metal development
  • Working with Sheet metal Features
  • Understanding Reliefs in Sheet Metal
CREO Advanced
  • Basics and Boundary Blend Surfaces
  • Surface Creations using Extrude and Revolye Feature
  • Boundary Blend
  • Surface Analysis and Editing Surface Tools
  • Convert Surfaces to Solid Model Using Quilts
  • Creation of Freeform Curves and Developing Surfaces
  • Understanding Direct Modeling and User Interface
  • Creating Features and Assemblies
  • Selecting, Modifying and Reusing 3D Geometry
  • Introduction to Product Animation
  • Apply Transparency to the components
  • Animation with Snap Shots
  • Applying Key Frames for Animation
  • Apply Animation Settings Animations for Mechanisms
  • Introduction to Weldments
  • Creating and Understanding Welding Annotations
  • Generating Drawing Views
  • Applying Mark Up to Assembly
  • Reviewing the Mark Up
  • Introduction to Mold Design
  • Preparing Design Model for Mold Process
  • Performing Draft Checks & Shrinkages
  • Mold Volume and Parting Surface Creation
  • Splitting Mold Volumes and Mold Component Extractions
  • Expert Mold base Extension
  • Creating and Importing Manufacturing Models
  • Understanding & Configuring Manufacturing Parameter
  • Milling Operation
  • Creating, Editing and Modifying Face, Profile and Volume Milling Tool Paths
  • Process Manager and Post Processing CL Data
  • NC Assembly Tools Understanding
  • Expert Machinist Tools for Milling,

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