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All PTC Creo Parametric 3.0 Tutorials

Sequential Motion Analyses
Creating New Combined States for MBD
Creating Driven Dimension Annotations
Configuring the Drawing Environment
  • Configuring the Drawing Environment

  • Creo Parametric
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  • Introductory Level
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  • Sandi Smith
  • When a drawing is created, Creo uses a drawing setup file (dtl file) to set all the options. You need to create a new drawing setup file (dtl file) that is unique to your company and your drawing standards. ... (Show more)
Getting Started with Freestyle Part 2 of 2
Getting Started with Freestyle Part 1 of 2
Sharing Routing Geometry
Modifying Pipeline Routing
Parting surface - Shut Off & Exclude loops
Parting surface - Extend Curve and Fill Loops
Locate reference part and create workpiece
Import Conductor Information
Volume Milling based Quasi-Trochoidal toolpath (PTC Live Global 15)
Using Import Profiles for Multi-CAD Designs (PTC Live Global ’15)
Duplicating surfaces using Flexible Move (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)
Splitting Faces
  • Splitting Faces

  • Creo Parametric
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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.