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Modifying Using Dimensions
Preserving Tangency
Import Conductor Information
Volume Milling based Quasi-Trochoidal toolpath (PTC Live Global 15)
Calculating Clearance Between Components During Motion (PTC Live Global ’15)
Using Import Profiles for Multi-CAD Designs (PTC Live Global ’15)
Embedded Sketch in Simple Sweep for Pattern Performance (PTC Live Global '15)
Sketched Based Features and Dimension Draggers (PTC Live Global '15)
  • Sketched Based Features and Dimension Draggers (PTC Live Global '15)

  • PTC Creo Parametric
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  • 226 Views
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  • Introductory Level
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  • Brian Thompson
  • Learn some key productivity tips in PTC Creo Parametric relative to Pro/ENGINEER. Learn about how sketch planes are constrained by default for all sketch based features and how to manipulate the sketch ... (Show more)
Performing a Contact Analysis in PTC Creo Simulate 3.0 (PTC Live Global ’15)
Populating Parameters Using Java (PTC Live Global ’15)
Duplicating surfaces using Flexible Move (PTC Live Global ’15)
Creating a 3D model from a 2D drawing with PTC Creo Direct 3.0 (PTC Live Global ’15)
Evaluating Playback Results for Collisions
Applying Gravity
Creating Shut Offs
Adding Semantic References for 3D Annotations in Creo Parametric 3.0 (PTC Live Global '15)
Utilizing Layouts in 3-D Models
EMX 3D Cooling Channel Design
Sketching Rectangles and Parallelograms
Splitting Faces
  • Splitting Faces

  • PTC Creo Parametric
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  • 813 Views
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  • Introductory Level
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  • Ray Perez
  • By splitting one or more surfaces of the control mesh, you can create additional freestyle surfaces in your model. This gives you greater control over the mesh and therefore the resulting geometry.