Pro - E (Creo)
CREO is suite of software which provides 3D CAM/CAD/CAE software solutions. It was previously known as PRO ENGINEER. It was created by Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) which supports product design for discreet manufacturers. The credit for marketing the feature based solid modelling software goes to PTC, as it was first to market the product. CREO supports the following features:
- Used for solid modelling.
- Used for assembly modelling and Drafting.
- Provides parametric and direct modelling.
- Used for finite element analysis.
In addition to these features it finds implications in various industries like:
Finds application in Engineering Design.
Helps in analysis of thermal, static, dynamic features which in turn helps to design the products.
It consists of tools which execute manufacturing process of moulding, die-cating and progressive tooling design.
* Note:The Number of Project will be Covered According to the Duration of that particular Program.
All training modules are based on REAL TIME LIVE PROJECTS.
Duration: 30 Days
Fees: Rs . 5,500/- inclusive of all taxes.
Group discounts available.
The key promises of Creo tools include: faster time-to-market, product quality, design efficiency; minimum errors, less scrap and rework.
Creo’s wide range of products facilitate both engineers and casual users capture and contribute ideas graphically, and take their fleeting concepts into physical products within the same environment, though idea can be contributed using over 200 document types such as Microsoft Word to MCAD to ECAD drawings.
While CAD users can make use of parametric design software from Creo, they can easily collaborate with infrequent or non-CAD users as the software lets them do 3D direct modeling.
Creo makes conversion of 2D to 3D, and usage of 3D geometry for simulation and analysis possible.
Godrej and Boyce Manufacturing
GE health care and more....
The companies are from different industries like Airlines, Automotive, Aerospace, Medical industry, Electronics and High tech, Consumer products. All the major engineering industries use applications of CREO. Hence the list is enormous. CETPA offers vocational learning of the technology that will assist them to have the advance learning of technology after having basic knowledge as this will help them to grab best job opportunity with more attractive salary.
We help you master the following capabilities of Creo:
Creo’s 2D solutions: Creo’s Sketch, Layout, and Schematics products allow users to quickly sketch ideas, diagram complex systems, and create detailed engineering concept drawings.
Creo’s 3D solutions: Creo’s Parametric, Direct, and Options Modular, lets users create 3D models by advanced CAD users as well as casual users.
Simulation: Creo’s Stimulate lets users do virtual prototyping to avoid creating multiple physical prototypes, and over designing of products.
Visualization: Creo’s MCAD, ECAD, View Mobile, and Illustrate modules help engineers and designers visualize all product data available in any media formats.
You will know how to sketch, model, validate design and visualize product design.
You will know how to do free form, 2D, and evolutionary concept designs; do detailed designing and making late-stage design changes; and you will also know how to diagram electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems.
You will know how to do direct drafting, direct modeling as well as parametric 3D modeling.
You will know how to validate a design with engineering simulation and check whether the product design can meet the functional requirements. CAE analysts and designers can test a product for tolerance, behaviour, mechanism dynamics, mechanical motion, performance dimensions, electric clearances, and creepage.
Detailed Concept Of Cad
Need & Importance Of Cad
Overview About Actual Designing In Industries, Fundamentals Of Design And Its Implementation Methods
All Characteristics Of Creo (Pro/E) To User Friendly Atmosphere
Superiority Of Creo (Pro/E) With Its Use And Demand In Industries
INTERFACE WITH GUI
Controlling The View
Datum Display Toolbar
Working With Document
Selecting The Entities
Working With Mouse Button
Selecting The Working Directory For Saving The Document
Pro-E Help Option
Document In Session
Set The Parameter
Sketcher Diagnostics Tools
Creating The Vector Shapes
Working With Grids
Creating The Coordinate
Creating Spline And Its Geometry Control
Work With Weak And Strong Dimension
Creating Axis For Reference
Work With Geometrical And Dimensional Constraint
Insert Design From Palette
Import Data From Dxf. File
Deleting And Trimming The Sketch Entities
Analyze The Sketch For Opening Edges
Modifying The Design
BASE FEATUES OF PART DESIGNING
Creating Solid Geometry
Selecting The Part Environment
Selecting Datum Planes (Top, Front, Right)
Creation Of Sketch For Solid Modeling
Converting An Area Into Volume Using Extrude Features
Define The Limits Of Extrusion And Its Controls
Remove The Cavity From The Solid Part
Creating Revolute Design
Cut Out Part By Revolute
o Thin Protrusion
o Cut Sweep
o Parallel Blend
o Rotational Blend
o Blend Surfaces
Create Solid Profile Using Swept Blend Features
Creating Spring By Helical Sweep
Creating Axis And Points
Generate New Datum Planes
Creating Datum Curves
EDITING FEATURES OF PART DESIGNING
ENGINEERING FEATURES OF PART DESIGNING
o Constant Angle Draft
o Variable Angle Draft
Creating Drill Hole
Create A Shell Body
Creating Round And Corners
SETUP & UTILITIES
Select The Material
Specify The Accuracy
Setting The Pro/E Environment
Top Down Assembly
Bottom Up Assembly
Inserting The Component Into Assembly
Create A New Component In Assembly
Placing &Replacing The Component
Defining Assembly Constraint
o Define Mating Between Parts
o Create Align Constraint
o Define Tangency
o Define Point On Line &Surface
o Automatic Constraint
o Fix The Part
Create Multiple Copies Of Parts In Assembly
Edit Constraint Definition
Change The Order Of Component
Explode The Assembly
Creating Bill Of Material (BOM)
Introduction Of Drafting
Need & Importance Of Drafting
Starting The Drafting Workbench
Defining The Sheet & Sizes
Adjusting Of Drawing Sheet According To Object/Assembly
Types Of Projection
Using Predefined Drafting Styles
Scaling The Drafted View
What Is Detailing?
Setting Up And Configuring Drawings
Using Drawing Tree, Layers, And Drawing Parameters
Adding Models To Drawings
Creating The Drawing Layout
Using Model Grids
Inserting OLE Objects
Importing Draft Data From External Applications
Working With Drawing Tables
o Creating Drawing Tables
o Generate Report For Drawing
o Using BOM Balloons
Add Dimension In The Drawing
Create A Detail View
Working With Dimension Display
Sketching In Drawing Mode
Drafting In Drawing Mode
Working With Draft Cross Sections
Relating Detail Objects
Grouping Detail Objects
Reviewing And Publishing Drawings
o Reviewing Drawings
o Comparing Drawings
o Publishing Drawings
o Exporting Drawings To A Pdf Format
o Exporting Drawings To Other Formats
Using Drawing Representations And Programs
o Working With Drawing Representations
o Creating Drawing Programs
Converting Files For Transferring
Converting Into IGES, STEP,PARASOLID Etc.
Convert Into Jpeg, Mpeg, Tiff, Pdf Files
INTRODUCTION TO THE CREO SHEET-METAL DESIGN PROCESS
Creo Sheet-Metal Design Process
SHEET-METAL MODEL FUNDAMENTALS
Sheet-Metal Model Fundamentals
Understanding Developed Length
Creating a New Sheet-Metal Part in Assembly Mode
Creating a New Sheet-Metal Model in Part Mode
Converting a Solid Model to a Sheet-Metal Model
CREATING PRIMARY SHEET-METAL WALL FEATURES
Understanding Sheet-Metal Wall Features
Creating Flat Walls
Extruded Sheet-Metal Wall Features
Revolved Sheet-Metal Wall Features
Sheet-Metal Wall Sketching Tools
CREATING SHEET-METAL SECONDARY WALL FEATURES
Understanding Secondary Walls
Creating Secondary Flat Walls Using Flange Walls
Using Extruded Walls
Wall Dashboard Options
MODIFYING SHEET-METAL MODELS
Bend Back Features
Die Form Features
Punch Form Features
SHEET-METAL BENDS AND SETTING UP THE SHEET-METAL ENVIRONMENT
Order of Bend Features
SURFACE MODELING OVERVIEW
Introduction to Surfacing
Surface Modeling Uses
Surface Modeling Paradigms
Blending Surface Modeling Paradigms
Advanced Chain Selection
Advanced Surface Selection
BASIC Surfacing Tools
Creating Surface Extrude Features
Creating Surface Revolve Features
Creating Fill Surfaces
Creating Sweep Surfaces with Open Trajectories
Creating Parallel Blend Surfaces
Creating General Blend Surfaces
Understanding Helical Sweeps Theory
Utilizing Helical Sweeps for Surfaces
CREATING AND EDITING SOLIDS USING QUILTS
Thickening Surface Quilts
Solidifying Quilts to Add Material
Solidifying Quilts to Remove Material
Solidifying Quilts to Replace Material
Offsetting Surfaces using the Replace Option