Mechanism Design using Creo Parametric 2.0

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 29/09/2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location
PD Solutions Singapore Office

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Mechanism Design using Creo Parametric 2.0


Overview

Course Code: TRN-3923
Course Length: 1 Day

Mechanism Design using Creo Parametric 2.0

In this course, you will learn about creating mechanism connections, configuring the mechanism model, creating a kinematic analysis, and evaluating results. Mechanism Design using Creo Parametric is designed for experienced users who want to add motion to their models by creating mechanism connections and servo motors.

In Creo Parametric you can add motion to your models using the standard mechanism functionality, often referred to as the Mechanism Design Extension (MDX). These topics will enable you to simulate the range of motion between components in your moving assemblies, create gear connections that simulate the gear ratios, create Cam connections that enable Creo Parametric parts to “push” other parts they come into contact with, and check for collisions between moving components. After completing this course, you will be prepared to work on mechanism designs using Creo Parametric Mechanism Design. 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

  • Introduce the mechanism design process
  • Create mechanism connections
  • Configure motion and analysis
  • Evaluate analysis results

Prerequisites

Introduction to Creo Parametric


Audience

This course is intended for design engineers and mechanical designers who need to add and evaluate the motion of their assemblies. People in related roles will also benefit from taking this course.


Agenda

Day 1
Module 1 Introduction to the Mechanism Design Process
Module 2 Creating Mechanism Connections
Module 3 Configuring Motion and Analysis
Module 4 Evaluating Analysis Results


Course Content

Module 1. Introduction to the Mechanism Design Process
i. Introduction to Mechanism Design
ii. Understanding the Mechanism Design Process
iii. Creating the Model
iv. Verifying the Mechanism
v. Adding Servo Motors
vi. Preparing for Analysis of a Mechanism
vii. Analyzing the Mechanism
viii. Evaluating Analysis Results
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 2. Creating Mechanism Connections
i. Creating Mechanism Bodies
ii. Understanding Constraints and Connection Sets
iii. Understanding Predefined Connection Sets
iv. Configuring Motion Axis Settings
v. Using Rigid Connection Sets
vi. Using Pin Connection Sets
vii. Using Slider Connection Sets
viii. Using Cylinder Connection Sets
ix. Using Planar Connection Sets
x. Using Ball Connection Sets
xi. Using Weld Connection Sets
xii. Using Bearing Connection Sets
xiii. Using General Connection Sets
xiv. Using Slot Connection Sets
xv. Creating Cam-Follower Connections
xvi. 3D Contact
xvii. Creating Generic Gear Connections
xviii. Creating Dynamic Gear Connections
xix. Creating Belt Connections
xx. Using the Drag and Snapshot Tools
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 3. Configuring Motion and Analysis
i. Understanding Servo Motors
ii. Understanding Analysis Definitions
iii. Creating Geometry Servo Motors
iv. Creating Motion Axis Servo Motors
v. Creating Slot Motors
vi. Graphing the Magnitude of Servo Motors
vii. Assigning Constant Motion
viii. Assigning Ramp Motion
ix. Assigning Cosine Motion
x. Assigning SCCA Motion
xi. Assigning Cycloidal Motion
xii. Assigning Parabolic Motion
xiii. Assigning Polynomial Motion
xiv. Assigning Table Motion
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 4. Evaluating Analysis Results
i. Generating Measure Results for Analysis
ii. Creating Analysis Measure Definitions
iii. Evaluating Playback Results
iv. Understanding the Animate Dialog Box
v. Checking for Collisions
vi. Creating Motion Envelopes
Knowledge Check Questions

 

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