In this procedure, you insert a new part, create a base feature, and reposition it.. You then create geometry using existing assembly geometry. Finally, you use the Move/Rotate tool to modify two parts at once.... (Show more)(Show less)
This is an example of using AFX involving a tower as the primary structure. Many features in this are not fully explained - this is meant to expand upon information already learned by modeling a more complicated structure. Make sure you have basic knowledge of working with AFX.... (Show more)(Show less)
Advanced Framework Extension (AFX) is a powerful tool that allows engineers to quickly and efficiently design frames using curve/point skeletons, as well as automating much of the documentation. This introduction teaches how to create parts, joints, and connectors.... (Show more)(Show less)
In this short video tutorial, you will be able to quickly and accurately calculate the inside volume of an enclosure such as a tank, a bottle or a container.
Rather than trying to copy and cap surfaces of the interior, you will see how easy it is to get the results you want by using a couple of one-sided volume analysis features and simple math.... (Show more)(Show less)
This tutorial demonstrates use of Creo Layout to generate a new Engine with Larger cubic capacity, using a existing design.
It deals with Import of data, Categorization using Structure and colors, Moving geometry, Publishing geometry to 3D and Skeleton creation using Layout.... (Show more)(Show less)
This tutorial will show you how to create N-sided Surface adding curvature constraints and internal curves. In Creo Parametric 2.0 there are improvements to the shape and quality of n-sided surfaces. User can assign curvature continuous constraints to the boundaries and add internal curves to help define the shape. All created surfaces are of Degree 5.... (Show more)(Show less)
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Helical Spring Around a Non-Linear Trajectory. This technique will go through the steps for creating a helical shaped solid using a variable section sweep, a sketcher relation that makes use of the trajpar parameter and a swept protrusion. This technique does not use the actual Helical Sweep feature.... (Show more)(Show less)