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)
This tutorial will shows you how to create a Helical Sweep Along An Extruded Surface Profile. The Helical Sweep feature is typically used by itself when the profile can be represented by a revolved surface. This tutorial will explain how to use the Helical Sweep feature and an extruded surface to create a spring that follows an extruded oval-shaped profile.... (Show more)(Show less)
This tutorial will show you Top-Down with Mechanism Assemblies. Motion skeletons are available in Assembly, allowing motion to be incorporated into the model
at the beginning of the design process. There is no longer a need to recreate an assembly to
include a mechanism analysis.
User can create mechanism bodies and connections as a motion skeleton, then run a simple
kinematic analysis to ensure that the skeleton provides the appropriate degrees of freedom. User
can then create and assemble components to the motion skeleton. Motion skeletons are defined
in the same way as normal assembly skeletons and include reference control settings. They do
not appear in the assembly bill of materials.... (Show more)(Show less)
With the new Form tool in Sheetmetal, user can perform the following actions:
Create a form feature or a partial piercing from a sketch.
Choose to create an internal sketch or select an existing external sketch.
Create a form feature with optional rounds and taper, or a partial piercing up to the thickness of the material.... (Show more)(Show less)
This tutorial will show you how to join two intersecting walls. In Creo Parametric 2.0 Sheetmetal, user can join two intersecting walls with a bend that is created between them. The walls should be planar to create a linear intersection. User can specify a bend relief to use and optionally trim the non intersecting parts of the walls.... (Show more)(Show less)
This tutorial shows you Creo 2.0 Variable Section Sweep feature with TRAJPAR equation. TRAJPAR is the trajectory parameter used in relation for variable section sweeps (VSS) in Creo.
TRAJPAR value ranges from 0 to 1 as the section is swept along the trajectory.
This tutorial gives you a quick guide on how trajpar works in the relation for variable section sweep.... (Show more)(Show less)