Introduction to Creo Parametric 2.0

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Date(s) - 18/01/2016 - 22/01/2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

PD Solutions Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Introduction to Creo Parametric 2.0


Course Code: TRN-3902
Course Length: 5 Days


In this course, you will learn core modeling skills and quickly become proficient with Creo Parametric 2.0. Topics include sketching, part modeling, assemblies, drawings, and basic model management techniques. The course also includes a comprehensive design project that enables you to practice your new skills by creating realistic parts, assemblies, and drawings. After completing the course, you will be well prepared to work effectively on product design projects using Creo Parametric 2.0. At the end of each module, you will complete a set of review questions to reinforce critical topics from that module. At the end of the course, you will complete a course assessment in Pro/FICIENCY intended to evaluate your understanding of the course as a whole.

Course Objectives

  • Learning the basic Creo Parametric modeling process
  • Understanding Creo Parametric concepts
  • Learning how to use the Creo Parametric interface
  • Selecting and editing geometry, features, and models
  • Sketching geometry and using tools
  • Creating sketches for features
  • Creating datum planes and datum axes
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and profile ribs
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes, shells, and drafts
  • Creating rounds and chamfers
  • Grouping, copying, and mirroring items
  • Creating patterns
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Assembling with connections
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Laying out drawings and creating views
  • Creating drawing annotations
  • Using layers
  • Investigating parent/child relationships
  • Capturing and managing design intent
  • Resolving failures and seeking help
  • Comprehensive two part Design Project




This course is intended for product designers, drafters, industrial/conceptual designers, and routed systems designers. People in related roles will also benefit from taking this course.


Day 1
Module 1 Introduction to the Creo Parametric Basic Modeling Process
Module 2 Understanding Creo Parametric Concepts
Module 3 Using the Creo Parametric Interface
Module 4 Selecting Geometry, Features, and Models
Module 5 Editing Geometry, Features, and Models
Module 6 Creating Sketcher Geometry

Day 2
Module 7 Using Sketcher Tools
Module 8 Creating Sketches for Features
Module 9 Creating Datum Features: Planes and Axes
Module 10 Creating Extrudes, Revolves, and Ribs
Module 11 Utilizing Internal Sketches and Embedded Datums
Module 12 Creating Sweeps and Blends

Day 3
Module 13 Creating Holes, Shells, and Draft
Module 14 Creating Rounds and Chamfers
Module 15 Project I
Module 16 Group, Copy, and Mirror Tools
Module 17 Creating Patterns
Module 18 Measuring and Inspecting Models

Day 4
Module 19 Assembling with Constraints
Module 20 Assembling with Connections
Module 21 Exploding Assemblies
Module 22 Drawing Layout and Views
Module 23 Creating Drawing Annotations
Module 24 Using LayersDay 5
Module 25 Investigating Parent/Child Relationships
Module 26 Capturing and Managing Design Intent
Module 27 Resolving Failures and Seeking Help
Module 28 Project II

Day 5
Module 25 Investigating Parent/Child Relationships
Module 26 Capturing and Managing Design Intent
Module 27 Resolving Failures and Seeking Help
Module 28 Project II

Course Content

Module 1. Introduction to the Creo Parametric Basic Modeling Process
i. Creo Parametric Basic Modeling Process

Module 2. Understanding Creo Parametric Concepts
i. Understanding Solid Modeling Concepts
ii. Understanding Feature-Based Concepts
iii. Understanding Parametric Concepts
iv. Understanding Associative Concepts
v. Understanding Model-Centric Concepts
vi. Recognizing File Extensions
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 3. Using the Creo Parametric Interface
i. Understanding the Main Interface
ii. Understanding the Folder Browser
iii. Understanding the Web Browser
iv. Setting the Working Directory and Opening and Saving Files
v. Understanding the Ribbon Interface
vi. Customizing the Ribbon Interface
vii. Working with Multiple Windows
viii. Managing Files in Creo Parametric
ix. Understanding Datum Display Options
x. Understanding Display Style Options
xi. Analyzing Basic 3-D Orientation
xii. Understanding the View Manager
xiii. Creating and Managing View Orientations
xiv. Creating Style States Using the View Manager
xv. Managing and Editing Appearances
xvi. Setting Up New Part Models
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 4. Selecting Geometry, Features, and Models
i. Understanding Creo Parametric Basic Controls
ii. Using Drag Handles and Dimension Draggers
iii. Using Keyboard Shortcuts
iv. Understanding the Model Tree
v. Understanding Model Tree Filters
vi. Understanding Basic Model Tree Columns
vii. Selecting Items using Direct Selection
viii. Selecting Items using Query Selection
ix. Using the Search Toolx. Using the Smart Selection Filter
xi. Understanding Selection Filters
xii. Selecting Multiple Components
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 5. Editing Geometry, Features, and Models
i. Renaming Objects
ii. Utilizing Undo and Redo Operations
iii. Understanding Regeneration and Auto Regeneration
iv. Editing Features
v. Editing Features using Edit Definition
vi. Activating and Editing Models
vii. Deleting and Suppressing Items
viii. Editing Feature and Component Visibility
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 6. Creating Sketcher Geometry
i. Reviewing Sketcher Theory
ii. Understanding Design Intent
iii. Modifying the Sketcher Display
iv. Utilizing Constraints
v. Sketching with On-the-Fly Constraints
vi. Sketching Lines
vii. Sketching Centerlines
viii. Sketching Rectangles and Parallelograms
ix. Sketching Circles
x. Sketching Arcs
xi. Sketching Circular Fillets
xii. Sketching Chamfers
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 7. Using Sketcher Tools
i. Understanding Construction Geometry Theory
ii. Sketching Points
iii. Using Geometry Tools within Sketcher
iv. Manipulating Sketches within Sketcher
v. Dimensioning Entities within Sketcher
vi. Modifying Dimensions within Sketcher
vii. Sketcher Conflicts
viii. Creating New Sketch Files
ix. Placing Sections into Sketcher
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 8. Creating Sketches for Featuresi. Creating Sketches (‘Sketch’ Feature)
ii. Specifying and Manipulating the Sketch Setup
iii. Utilizing Sketch References
iv. Using Entity from Edge within Sketcher
v. Thickening Edges
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 9. Creating Datum Features: Planes and Axes
i. Creating Datum Features Theory
ii. Creating Datum Axes
iii. Creating Datum Planes
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 10. Creating Extrudes, Revolves, and Ribs
i. Creating Solid Extrude Features
ii. Adding Taper to Extrude Features
iii. Common Dashboard Options: Extrude Depth
iv. Common Dashboard Options: Feature Direction
v. Common Dashboard Options: Thicken Sketch
vi. Creating Solid Revolve Features
vii. Common Dashboard Options: Revolve Angle
viii. Automatically Adding and Removing Material
ix. Creating Profile Rib Features
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 11. Utilizing Internal Sketches and Embedded Datums
i. Creating Internal Sketches
ii. Creating Embedded Datum Features
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 12. Creating Sweeps and Blends
i. Creating Sweeps with Open Trajectories
ii. Creating Sweeps with Closed Trajectories
iii. Analyzing Sweep Feature Attributes
iv. Creating Blends by Selecting Parallel Sections
v. Creating Blends by Sketching Sections
vi. Analyzing Blend Options
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 13. Creating Holes, Shells, and Draft
i. Common Dashboard Options: Hole Depth
ii. Creating Coaxial Holes
iii. Creating Linear Holes
iv. Creating Radial and Diameter Holesv. Exploring Hole Profile Options
vi. Creating Shell Features
vii. Creating Draft Features
viii. Creating Basic Split Drafts
ix. Analyzing Draft Hinges and Pull Direction
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 14. Creating Rounds and Chamfers
i. Creating Rounds Theory
ii. Creating Rounds by Selecting Edges
iii. Creating Rounds by Selecting a Surface and Edge
iv. Creating Rounds by Selecting Two Surfaces
v. Creating Full Rounds
vi. Creating Round Sets
vii. Creating Chamfers by Selecting Edges
viii. Analyzing Basic Chamfer Dimensioning Schemes
ix. Creating Chamfer Sets
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 15. Project I
i. The Air Circulator
ii. Piston Assembly Components
iii. Crankshaft, Engine Block, Impeller, and Impeller Housing
iv. The Frame and Bolt

Module 16. Group, Copy, and Mirror Tools
i. Creating Local Groups
ii. Copying and Pasting Features
iii. Moving and Rotating Copied Features
iv. Mirroring Selected Features
v. Mirroring All Features
vi. Creating Mirrored Parts
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 17. Creating Patterns
i. Direction Patterning in the First Direction
ii. Direction Patterning in the Second Direction
iii. Axis Patterning in the First Direction
iv. Axis Patterning in the Second Direction
v. Direction Patterning with Multiple Direction Types
vi. Creating Reference Patterns of Features
vii. Creating Reference Patterns of Components
viii. Deleting Patterns or Pattern Members
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 18. Measuring and Inspecting Models
i. Viewing and Editing Model Properties
ii. Investigating Model Units
iii. Analyzing Mass Properties
iv. Using the Measure Tools
v. Using the Measure Summary Tool
vi. Creating Planar Part Cross-Sections
vii. Measuring Global Interference
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 19. Assembling with Constraints
i. Understanding Assembly Theory
ii. Creating New Assembly Models
iii. Understanding Constraint Theory
iv. Understanding Assembly Constraint Status
v. Assembling Components using the Default Constraint
vi. Orienting Components
vii. Creating Coincident Constraints using Geometry
viii. Creating Coincident Constraints using Datum Features
ix. Creating Distance Constraints
x. Creating Parallel, Normal, and Angle Constraints
xi. Assembling using Automatic
xii. Utilizing the Accessory Window
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 20. Assembling with Connections
i. Understanding Connection Theory
ii. Dragging Connected Components
iii. Assembling Components using the Slider Connection
iv. Assembling Components using the Pin Connection
v. Assembling Components using the Cylinder Connection
vi. Analyzing Collision Detection Settings
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 21. Exploding Assemblies
i. Creating and Managing Explode States
ii. Creating Explode Lines
iii. Animating Explode States
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 22. Drawing Layout and Views
i. Analyzing Drawing Concepts and Theory
ii. Analyzing Basic 2-D Orientation
iii. Creating New Drawings and Applying Formatsiv. Creating and Orienting General Views
v. Utilizing the Drawing Tree
vi. Managing Drawing Sheets
vii. Adding Drawing Models
viii. Creating Projection Views
ix. Creating Cross-Section Views
x. Creating Detailed Views
xi. Creating Auxiliary Views
xii. Creating New Drawings using Drawing Templates
xiii. Modifying Drawing Views
xiv. Creating Assembly and Exploded Views
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 23. Creating Drawing Annotations
i. Analyzing Annotation Concepts and Types
ii. Creating Tables from File
iii. Creating BOM Balloons
iv. Showing, Erasing, and Deleting Annotations
v. Cleaning Up Dimensions
vi. Manipulating Dimensions
vii. Creating Driven Dimensions
viii. Inserting Notes
ix. Analyzing Drawing Associativity
x. Publishing Drawings
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 24. Using Layers
i. Understanding Layers
ii. Creating and Managing Layers
iii. Utilizing Layers in Part Models
iv. Creating Layer States
v. Utilizing Layers in Assembly Models
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 25. Investigating Parent/Child Relationships
i. Understanding Parent/Child Relationships
ii. Viewing Part Parent/Child Information
iii. Viewing Assembly Parent/Child Information
iv. Viewing Model, Feature, and Component Information
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 26. Capturing and Managing Design Intent
i. Handling Children of Deleted and Suppressed Items
ii. Reordering Featuresiii. Inserting Features
iv. Redefining Features and Sketches
v. Capturing Design Intent in Sketches
vi. Capturing Design Intent in Features
vii. Capturing Design Intent in Parts
viii. Capturing Design Intent in Assemblies
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 27. Resolving Failures and Seeking Help
i. Understanding and Identifying Failures
ii. Analyzing Geometry Failures
iii. Analyzing Open Section Failures
iv. Analyzing Missing Part Reference Failures
v. Analyzing Missing Component Failures
vi. Analyzing Missing Component Reference Failures
vii. Analyzing Invalid Assembly Constraint Failures
viii. Understanding Resolve Mode Tools
ix. Recovering Models
x. Using Creo Parametric Help
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 28. Project II
i. The Air Circulator
ii. Piston Assembly
iii. Engine Block and Drawing
iv. Blower Assembly
v. Engine Blower Assembly
vi. Completing the Design

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