Creo Parametric 6.0 Advanced Tutorial

Author: Roger Toogood

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 250

View: 772

The purpose of Creo Parametric 6.0 Advanced Tutorial is to introduce you to some of the more advanced features, commands, and functions in Creo Parametric. Each lesson concentrates on a few of the major topics and the text attempts to explain the “why’s” of the commands in addition to a concise step-by-step description of new command sequences. This book is suitable for a second course in Creo Parametric and for users who understand the features already covered in Roger Toogood’s Creo Parametric Tutorial. The style and approach of the previous tutorial have been maintained from the previous book and the text picks up right where the last tutorial left off. The material covered in this tutorial represents an overview of what is felt to be the most commonly used and important functions. These include customization of the working environment, advanced feature creation (sweeps, round sets, draft and tweaks, UDFs, patterns and family tables), layers, Pro/PROGRAM, and advanced drawing and assembly functions. Creo Parametric 6.0 Advanced Tutorial consists of eight lessons. A continuing theme throughout the lessons is the creation of parts for a medium-sized modeling project. The project consists of a small three-wheeled utility cart. Project parts are given at the end of each lesson that utilize functions presented earlier in that lesson. Final assembly is performed in the last lesson.

Advanced Tutorial for Creo Parametric Releases 1.0 & 2.0

Author: Roger Toogood

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 264

View: 937

The purpose of Advanced Tutorial for Creo Parametric is to introduce you to some of the more advanced features, commands, and functions in Creo Parametric Releases 1.0 and 2.0. Each lesson concentrates on a few of the major topics and the text attempts to explain the “why’s” of the commands in addition to a concise step-by-step description of new command sequences. This book is suitable for a second course in Creo Parametric and for users who understand the features already covered in Roger Toogood’s Creo Parametric Tutorial. The style and approach of the previous tutorial have been maintained from the previous book and the text picks up right were the last tutorial left off. The material covered in this tutorial represents an overview of what is felt to be the most commonly used and important functions. These include customization of the working environment, advanced feature creation (sweeps, round sets, draft and tweaks, UDF’s, patterns and family tables), layers, Pro/PROGRAM, and advanced drawing and assembly functions. Advanced Tutorial for Creo Parametric consists of eight lessons. A continuing theme throughout the lessons is the creation of parts for a medium-sized modeling project. The project consists of a small three-wheeled utility cart. Project parts are given at the end of each lesson that utilize functions presented earlier in that lesson. Final assembly is performed in the last lesson.

Creo Parametric 2.0 Tutorial and Multimedia DVD

Author: Roger Toogood

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 408

View: 983

The eleven lessons in this tutorial introduce you to the design capabilities of Creo Parametric 2.0. The tutorial covers the major concepts and frequently used commands required to advance from a novice to an intermediate user level. Major topics include part and assembly creation, and creation of engineering drawings. Also illustrated are the major functions that make Creo Parametric a parametric solid modeler. These topics are further demonstrated in the video files that come with every book. Although the commands are presented in a click-by-click manner, an effort has been made, in addition to showing/illustrating the command usage, to explain why certain commands are being used and the relation of feature selection and construction to the overall part design philosophy. Simply knowing where commands can be found is only half the battle. As is pointed out numerous times in the text, creating useful and effective models of parts and assemblies requires advance planning and forethought. Moreover, since error recovery is an important skill, considerable time is spent exploring the created models. In fact, some errors are intentionally induced so that users will become comfortable with the “debugging” phase of model creation. At the end of each lesson is a short quiz reviewing the new topics covered in that chapter. Following the quiz are several simple "exercise" parts that can be created using new commands taught in that lesson. In addition to these an ongoing project throughout the book is also included. This project consists of several parts that are introduced with the early lessons and finally assembled at the end.

Creo Simulate 5.0 Tutorial

Structure and Thermal

Author: Roger Toogood

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 320

View: 113

Creo Simulate 5.0 Tutorial introduces new users to finite element analysis using Creo Simulate and how it can be used to analyze a variety of problems. The tutorial lessons cover the major concepts and frequently used commands required to progress from a novice to an intermediate user level. The commands are presented in a click-by-click manner using simple examples and exercises that illustrate a broad range of the analysis types that can be performed. In addition to showing the command usage, the text will explain why certain commands are being used and, where appropriate, the relation of commands to the overall Finite Element Analysis (FEA) philosophy are explained. Moreover, since error analysis is an important skill, considerable time is spent exploring the created models so that users will become comfortable with the “debugging” phase of modeling. This textbook is written for first-time FEA users in general and Creo Simulate users in particular. After a brief introduction to finite element modeling, the tutorial introduces the major concepts behind the use of Creo Simulate to perform Finite Element Analysis of parts. These include modes of operation, element types, design studies (analysis, sensitivity studies, organization), and the major steps for setting up a model (materials, loads, constraints, analysis type), studying convergence of the solution, and viewing the results. Both 2D and 3D problems are covered. This tutorial deals exclusively with operation in integrated mode with Creo Parametric. It is suitable for use with both Releases 5.0 of Creo Simulate. The tutorials consist of the following: 2 lessons on general introductory material2 lessons introducing the basic operations in Creo Simulate using solid models4 lessons on model idealizations (shells, beams and frames, plane stress, etc)1 lesson on miscellaneous topics1 lesson on steady and transient thermal analysis

Creo Parametric 5.0 Tutorial

Author: Roger Toogood

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 416

View: 941

The eleven lessons in this tutorial introduce you to the design capabilities of Creo Parametric 5.0. The tutorial covers the major concepts and frequently used commands required to advance from a novice to an intermediate user level. Major topics include part and assembly creation, and creation of engineering drawings. Also illustrated are the major functions that make Creo Parametric a parametric solid modeler. Although the commands are presented in a click-by-click manner, an effort has been made, in addition to showing/illustrating the command usage, to explain why certain commands are being used and the relation of feature selection and construction to the overall part design philosophy. Simply knowing where commands can be found is only half the battle. As is pointed out numerous times in the text, creating useful and effective models of parts and assemblies requires advance planning and forethought. Moreover, since error recovery is an important skill, considerable time is spent exploring the created models. In fact, some errors are intentionally induced so that users will become comfortable with the “debugging” phase of model creation. At the end of each lesson is a short quiz reviewing the new topics covered in that chapter. Following the quiz are several simple "exercise" parts that can be created using new commands taught in that lesson. In addition to these an ongoing project throughout the book is also included. This project consists of several parts that are introduced with the early lessons and finally assembled at the end.

CreoTM Parametric 2.0

Author: Louis Gary Lamit

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 600

View: 822

CREOTM PARAMETRIC 2.0 was designed in direct consultation with PTC to go hand in hand with the latest release of CreoTM Elements/Pro software, formerly known as Pro/ENGINEER. The text acts as a user friendly guide to the program walking the reader through the software and helping them to gain a better understanding of CreoTM Parametric, its assets, and uses. Step by step instructions are provided for utilizing the new capabilities and attributes of the redesigned software. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

PTC Creo Parametric 4. 0 Part 2 (Lessons 13-22)

Full Color Version

Author: Louis Gary Lamit

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 276

View: 652

This the color version of Part 2 of the book. PTC Creo Parametric 4.0 is one of the most widely used CAD/CAM software programs in the world today. Any aspiring engineer will greatly benefit from the knowledge contained herein, while in school or upon graduation as a newly employed engineer. Significant changes, upgrades, and new capabilities including have made PTC Creo Parametric 4.0 a unique product. This is not a revised textbook but a new book covering all the necessary subjects needed to master this high-level CAD software. There are few if any comprehensive texts on this subject so we hope this text will fill the needs of both schools and professionals alike. The text involves creating a new part, an assembly, or a drawing, using a set of commands that walk you through the process systematically. Lessons and Projects all come from industry and have been tested for accuracy and correctness as per engineering standards. Projects are downloadable as a PDF with live links and 3D embedded models.

Creo Parametric 4. 0 for Designers

Author: Prof Sham Tickoo Purdue Univ

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

View: 220

Creo Parametric 4.0 for Designers textbook is written to help the readers effectively use the modeling and assembly tools by utilizing the parametric approach of Creo Parametric 4.0 effectively. This book provides detailed description of the tools that are commonly used in modeling, assembly, sheetmetal as well as in mold. This book also covers the latest surfacing techniques like Freestyle and Style with the help of relevant examples and illustrations. The Creo Parametric 4.0 for Designers book further elaborates on the procedure of generating the drawings of a model or assembly, which are used for documentation of a model or assembly. The examples and tutorials used in this textbook will ensure that the users can relate the knowledge of this book with the actual mechanical industry designs. Every chapter begins with a tools section that provides a brief information of the Creo Parametric tools. This approach allows the user to use this book initially as a learning tool and then as a reference material.

Designing with Creo Parametric 5.0

Author: Michael Rider

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 544

View: 795

Designing with Creo Parametric 5.0 provides the high school student, college student, or practicing engineer with a basic introduction to engineering design while learning the 3D modeling Computer-Aided Design software called Creo Parametric from PTC. The topics are presented in tutorial format with exercises at the end of each chapter to reinforce the concepts covered. It is richly illustrated with computer screen shots throughout. Above all, this text is designed to help you expand your creative talents and communicate your ideas through the graphics language. Because it is easier to learn new information if you have a reason for learning it, this textbook discusses design intent while you are learning Creo Parametric. At the same time, it shows how knowledge covered in basic engineering courses such as statics, dynamics, strength of materials, and design of mechanical components can be applied to design. You do not need an engineering degree nor be working toward a degree in engineering to use this textbook. Although FEA (Finite Element Analysis) is used in this textbook, its theory is not covered. The first two chapters of this book describe the design process. The meat of this text, learning the basic Creo Parametric software, is found in Chapters 3 through 6. Chapters 7, 8, and 12 deal with dimensioning and tolerancing an engineering part. Chapters 9 and 10 deal with assemblies and assembly drawings. Chapter 11 deals with family tables used when similar parts are to be designed or used. Chapter 13 is an introduction to Creo Simulate and FEA.

Creo Simulate Tutorial Release 1.0 & 2.0

Structure / Thermal

Author: Roger Toogood

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 296

View: 207

Creo Simulate Tutorial Releases 1.0 & 2.0 introduces new users to finite element analysis using Creo Simulate and how it can be used to analyze a variety of problems. The tutorial lessons cover the major concepts and frequently used commands required to progress from a novice to an intermediate user level. The commands are presented in a click-by-click manner using simple examples and exercises that illustrate a broad range of the analysis types that can be performed. In addition to showing the command usage, the text will explain why certain commands are being used and, where appropriate, the relation of commands to the overall Finite Element Analysis (FEA) philosophy are explained. Moreover, since error analysis is an important skill, considerable time is spent exploring the created models so that users will become comfortable with the “debugging” phase of modeling. This textbook is written for first-time FEA users in general and Creo Simulate users in particular. After a brief introduction to finite element modeling, the tutorial introduces the major concepts behind the use of Creo Simulate to perform Finite Element Analysis of parts. These include: modes of operation, element types, design studies (analysis, sensitivity studies, organization), and the major steps for setting up a model (materials, loads, constraints, analysis type), studying convergence of the solution, and viewing the results. Both 2D and 3D problems are treated. This tutorial deals exclusively with operation in integrated mode with Creo Parametric. It is suitable for use with both Releases 1.0 and 2.0 of Creo Simulate.