"Searching for text or for a dimension can be time consuming. The new search tool makes it easy to select text or a dimension value on which to search. It then guides you to the location by zooming into the object.
Before starting the search, you can narrow the focus to a user-defined active part. When you are searching for dimensions, you can further refine the search criteria by dimension type, where to search, and the dimension value. If Smooth Window Update is set, the location of the dimension is smoothly zoomed into."
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You will see how to use the Simplification module of Creo Elements/Direct to hide features which would reveal your intellectual property, but keep those features which are important for defining interfaces to your customer's designs.... (Show more)(Show less)
A Bill of Material (BOM) report is a tailored version of the scanned BOM, prepared for downstream processes. The options of a BOM report include Structure, Level, Show, Include, Additional fields and Configuration. ... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to create both a linear and an angular array. It describes the necessary options to create an array based on a specific design. The demo finishes each task with how to quickly select the profile used as part of the array.... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to dimension a part. It examines how to create a linear dimension, circular dimensions, and an angular dimension. The linear dimension used is a single dimension while the angular dimensions include radius and diameter. The demo also describes the dimension standard used and the other options available.... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to create and position a feather key. It shows how to select the desired feature and position the feature on another part. Different key types, options, and keyway types are available in the Part Library module. ... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to load a linear array. It encompasses selecting a standard part using the Defaults dialog box and filtering a list of parts. The default standard is set to DIN+DIN-EN while the standard part used is a type of screw. The demo finishes with how to position the part on the model. ... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to perform a modification on a model using its existing dimensions. It encompasses selecting the dimension, navigating the Move dialog box, and selecting options to adjust the model via a dimension entry and reference point. The types of modifications using the Move command include: a linear move, a rotational move, or a dimensions-specific move.... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to resolve tangency conditions. It examines how a face modification on a model created a tangency issue with a neighboring face then shows how to resolve that issue. The Keep Tangency option enables you to perform modifications while still preserving tangency conditions with other faces of the part.... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to utilize the Inquire Features function to obtain report information about a selected feature. It shows how to select the desired feature, filter the viewport by type, and where to locate the selected feature information. The Inquire Features function can provide information about punches, stamps, reliefs, and bends created in the Sheet Metal module.... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to stamp a sheet metal part. It encompasses selecting a stamp type and its size then positioning the stamp on the part. The two stamp types shown in this demo are Dimple with Hole and Card Guide. They are positioned using either construction geometry or reference positioning methods.... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to assign a position number to each entry in a BOM table. It shows a general process of obtaining BOM information, and then how to assign or reorder the information prior to sending to a BOM table.... (Show more)(Show less)
This demo shows how to add dimensions to a drawing. It encompasses selecting and attaching the basic types of dimensions to show the sizes of different edges in the model. Additional dimensioning tools are found in a similar location as the ones discussed in the demo.... (Show more)(Show less)