PTC Creo elements/Pro (Pro/E) Training

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PTC Creo Elements/Pro (formerly known as Pro/E) is an integrated CAD/CAM/CAE parametric modeling software from PTC, Parametric Technology Corporation. This software serves as an integral and a scalable designing platform. It is widely used software among the mechanical engineers for designing complete 3D models of the product. The knowledge of using the available range of tools enables the user to produce collaborative development.

Creo Elements/Pro (Pro/E) training equips the aspirants with the skills related to the rule-based capabilities and integrated-designing functions of this mechanical design software. The participants explore solid modeling, assembly modeling, sheetmetal designing, drafting, and finite element analysis. Through this training the candidates gain capabilities in designing, analysis, and manufacturing.

At the completion of this training you will exhibit the following skills:

  • Understanding Solid Part Modeling & Assembly
  • Using Sketcher tools and layers
  • Creating Swept Blends, holes, chamfers
  • Measuring and Inspecting Models
  • Creating and modifying sheetmetal design and models
  • Practicing surface modeling and tools
  • Creating and editing solids using Quilts
  • Creating New Drawings and Drawing Views
  • Adding Model Details to Drawings
Target audience
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Designer
  • Analyst

The candidates from mechanical background or having Pro/E experience are ideal for this training.

Part Modeling & Assembly

1. Introduction to the Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Modeling Process

  • Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Modeling Process

Understanding Pro/ENGINEER Concepts

  • Understanding Solid Modeling Concepts
  • Understanding Feature-Based Concepts
  • Understanding Parametric Concepts
  • Understanding Associative Concepts
  • Understanding Model-Centric Concepts
  • Recognizing File Extensions

Using the Pro/ENGINEER Interface

  • Understanding the Main Interface
  • Understanding the Folder Browser
  • Understanding the Window Menu
  • Setting the Working Directory and Opening and Saving Files
  • Managing Files in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Understanding Basic Display Options
  • Creating and Managing View Orientations
  • Managing and Editing Appearances
  • Setting Up New Part Models

Selecting and Editing

  • Understanding Pro/ENGINEER Basic Controls
  • Using Drag Handles
  • Understanding the Model Tree
  • Selecting Items using Direct Selection
  • Selecting Items using Query Selection
  • Understanding Selection Filters
  • Utilizing Undo and Redo Operations
  • Editing Features and Regenerating
  • Activating and Editing Models
  • Using Dynamic Edit
  • Deleting and Suppressing Items

Creating Sketcher Geometry

  • Reviewing Sketcher Theory
  • Understanding Design Intent
  • Utilizing ConstraintsSketching Lines
  • Sketching Centerlines
  • Sketching Rectangles and Parallelograms
  • Sketching Circles
  • Sketching Arcs

1. Using Sketcher Tools

  • Understanding Construction Geometry Theory
  • Using Geometry Tools within Sketcher
  • Dimensioning Entities within Sketcher
  • Modifying Dimensions within Sketcher
  • Sketcher Conflicts

Creating Sketches for Features

  • Creating Sketches ('Sketch' Feature)
  • Specifying the Sketch Setup
  • Using Entity from Edge within Sketcher
  • Thickening Edges

3. Creating Datum Features: Planes

  • Creating Datum Features Theory
  • Creating Datum Planes

Creating Extrudes, Revolves, and Ribs

  • Creating Solid Extrude Features
  • Common Dashboard Options: Extrude Depth
  • Common Dashboard Options: Feature Direction
  • Common Dashboard Options: Thicken Sketch
  • Creating Solid Revolve Features
  • Common Dashboard Options: Revolve Angle
  • Creating Profile Rib Features

4. Creating Sweeps and Blends

  • Creating Sweeps with Open Trajectories
  • Creating a Parallel Blend Protrusion or Cut

Creating Holes, Shells, and Draft

  • Common Dashboard Options: Hole Depth
  • Creating Linear Holes
  • Creating Radial and Diameter Holes
  • Creating Shell Features
  • Creating Draft Features
  • Creating Basic Split Drafts
  • Analyzing Draft Hinges and Pull Direction

5. Creating Rounds and Chamfers

  • Creating Rounds Theory
  • Creating Rounds by Selecting Edges
  • Creating Rounds by Selecting Two Surfaces
  • Creating Full Rounds
  • Creating Chamfers by Selecting Edges
  • Analyzing Basic Chamfer Dimensioning Schemes

6. Copy and Mirror Tools

  • Copying and Pasting Features
  • Moving and Rotating Copied Features
  • Mirroring Selected Features

7. Creating Patterns

  • Direction Patterning in the First Direction
  • Axis Patterning in the First Direction
  • Creating Reference Patterns of Features

8. Measuring and Inspecting Models

  • Viewing and Editing Model Properties
  • Investigating Model Units
  • Analyzing Mass Properties
  • Measuring Models
  • Creating Planar Part Cross-Sections
  • Measuring Global Interference

9. Assembling with Constraints

  • Understanding Assembly Theory
  • Creating New Assembly Models
  • Understanding Constraint Theory
  • Assembling Components using the Default
  • Constraining Components using Insert
  • Constraining Components using Mate Coincident
  • Constraining Components using Align Coincident
  • Constraining Components using Align and Mate Offset
  • Constraining Components using Align and Mate Angle

10. Exploding Assemblies

  • Creating and Managing Explode States

11. Using Layers

  • Understanding Layers
  • Creating and Managing Layers
  • Utilizing Layers in Part Models

12. Managing Design Intent

  • Reordering Features
  • Inserting Features
  • Redefining Features and Sketches

13. Resolving Failures and Seeking Help

  • Understanding and Identifying Failures
  • Analyzing Geometry Failures
  • Analyzing Open Section Failures
  • Understanding Resolve Mode Tools
  • Recovering Models
  • Using Pro/ENGINEER Help

Sheetmetal Design

1. Introduction to the Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Sheetmetal Design Process

  • Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Sheetmetal Design Process

2. Sheetmetal Model Fundamentals

  • Sheetmetal Model Fundamentals
  • Understanding Developed Length
  • Creating a New Sheetmetal Part in Assembly Mode
  • Creating a New Sheetmetal Model in Part Mode
  • Converting a Solid Model to a Sheetmetal Model

3. Creating Primary Sheetmetal Wall Features

  • Understanding Sheetmetal Wall Features
  • Creating Flat Walls
  • Extruded Sheetmetal Wall Features
  • Revolved Sheetmetal Wall Features
  • Sheetmetal Wall Sketching Tools

4. Creating Sheetmetal Secondary Wall Features

  • Understanding Secondary Walls
  • Creating Secondary Flat Walls
  • Using Flange Walls
  • Using Extruded Walls
  • Wall Dashboard Options
  • Understanding Relief

5. Modifying Sheetmetal Models

  • Bends
  • Bend Options
  • Unbend Features
  • Bend Back Features
  • Flat Pattern
  • Sheetmetal Cuts
  • Die Form Features
  • Punch Form Features
  • Rip

6. Sheetmetal Bends and Setting Up the Sheetmetal Environment

  • Order of Bend Features
  • Fixed Geometry
  • Flat States

Surface Modeling

1. Surface Modeling Overview

  • Introduction to Surfacing
  • Surface Modeling Uses
  • Surface Modeling Paradigms
  • Freeform Overview
  • Blending Surface Modeling Paradigms
  • Surfacing Terms

2. Advanced Selection

  • Advanced Chain Selection
  • Advanced Surface Selection

3. 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

4. Helical Sweeps

  • Understanding Helical Sweeps Theory
  • Utilizing Helical Sweeps for Surfaces

5. 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

Detailing (Drawing)

1. Introduction to Drawings

  • Understanding Drawing Concepts
  • Drawing Development Process
  • Understanding the Drawing Ribbon User Interface
  • Exploring Drawing Ribbon Commands

2. Creating New Drawings

  • Creating Drawings Using Formats and Sheets

3. Creating Drawing Views

  • Adding General Views
  • Adding Projection Views
  • Editing Drawing Views
  • Editing Visible View Area
  • Adding Detailed Views
  • Adding 2-D Cross-Section Views
  • Modifying Cross Hatching Display .
  • Adding Assembly Exploded Views

4. Adding Model Details to Drawings

  • Understanding Annotations in Drawings
  • Showing, Erasing, and Deleting Annotations
  • Adjusting Dimensions and Detail Items
  • Changing Dimension Display

5. Adding Notes to Drawings

  • Adding and Editing Notes

6. Adding Tolerance Information

  • Understanding Dimensional Tolerances
  • Understanding Geometric Tolerances
  • Setting Up Geometric Tolerance References
  • Applying Geometric Tolerances

7. Adding Draft Geometry and Symbols

  • Using Surface Finish Symbols
  • Using the Symbol Palette and Custom Symbols

8. Using Layers in Drawings

  • Understanding Layers in Drawings
  • Using Layers in Drawings

9. Creating and Using Tables in Drawings

  • Creating and Configuring Tables

10. Using Report Information in Drawings

  • Creating Report Tables
  • Using BOM Balloons

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