Introduction to CREO Parametric

Creo Parametric is the standard in 3D CAD, featuring state-of-the-art productivity tools that promote best practices in design while ensuring compliance with your industry and company standards. Use Creo Parametric for 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE solutions. Decrease design timescales and also optimize your product development processes to implement remarkable designs.

History

Creo is a family or suite of design software supporting product design for discrete manufacturers and is developed by PTC. The suite consists of apps, each delivering a distinct set of capabilities for a user role within product development.
Creo runs on Microsoft Windows and provides apps for 3D CAD parametric feature solid modeling, 3D direct modeling, 2D orthographic views, Finite Element Analysis and simulation, schematic design, technical illustrations, and viewing and visualization.

Features and benefits of Creo Parametric

  • Advanced parametric 3D CAD abilities allows for remarkable flexibility in design and manufacturing.
  • Extensive scope of design possibilities enables faster implementation of new products.
  • Fully integrated with Creo product family, allowing for data sharing and user collaboration, as well as quicker and more effective product development.
  • Capable of adapting to design modifications, even late in the development, with the automatic propagation of any alterations into downstream processes.
  • Automatic creation of related manufacturing and service aspects of product development, decreasing time needed for product development and controlling costs.

Course Content and Syllabus for CREO Training in Allahabad

  • Module 01: History
  • Module 02: Application and Advantages
  • Module 03: Understanding Direct and Parametric Modeling
  • Module 04: Understanding Part, Assembly and Detailing Mode
  • Module 05: Creating New Part File
  • Module 06: Understanding Model Interface
  • Module 07: Customize the Ribbon
  • Module 08: Understanding Model Tree
  • Module 01: Invoking Sketcher Interface
  • Module 02: Creating Line and Its Types
  • Module 03: Selection Methods
  • Module 04: Deselection Methods
  • Module 05: Creating Circle and its Types
  • Module 06: Creating Rectangle and its Types
  • Module 07: Creating Arc and its Types
  • Module 08: Creating Ellipse and its Types
  • Module 09: Creating Spline and its Types
  • Module 10: Creating a Point
  • Module 11: Text Tool
  • Module 12: Understanding Delete Segment (Trimming Object)
  • Module 13: Understanding Extending Segment
  • Module 14: Length Dimensioning
  • Module 15: Distance Dimensioning
  • Module 16: Angular Dimensioning
  • Module 17: Radius and Diameter Dimensioning
  • Module 18: Arc Length Dimension
  • Module 19: Understanding Weak and Strong Dimensions
  • Module 20: Adding Constraints
  • Module 21: Resolve Sketch Concept
  • Module 22: Mirroring Sketch Entities
  • Module 23: Dividing Sketch Entities
  • Module 24: Copy, Cut and Paste
  • Module 25: Creating Fillets and Chamfers
  • Module 26: Rotating and Resizing Entities
  • Module 27: Taking References
  • Module 28: Projecting Sketch
  • Module 01: Understanding Extrude Feature
  • Module 02: Direction of Extrusion
  • Module 03: Extrude Conditions (Solid/Surface)
  • Module 04: Thicken Tool
  • Module 05: Removing Material Using Extrude Tool
  • Module 06: Tapering using Extrude Tool
  • Module 07: Understanding Revolve Feature
  • Module 08: Revolve Conditions (Solid/Surface)
  • Module 09: Removing Material Using Revolve Tool
  • Module 10: Creating Datum Planes/Axes/Points/Coordinate System
  • Module 11: Understanding Sweep Feature
  • Module 12: Sweep Conditions (Solid/Surface)
  • Module 13: Changing Sweep Direction
  • Module 14: Trajectory Conditions (Curves)
  • Module 15: Thin Sweep Feature
  • Module 16: Variable Section Sweep
  • Module 17: Creating a Sweep Cut
  • Module 18: Understanding Blend Features
  • Module 19: Selected and Sketched Sections Concept
  • Module 20: Understanding Rotational Blend
  • Module 21: Blend Vertex Concept
  • Module 22: Creating Blend Cut
  • Module 23: Understanding Swept Blend
  • Module 24: Understanding Helical Sweep
  • Module 25: Blend Section to Surfaces
  • Module 26: Blend between Surfaces
  • Module 27: Understanding Toroidal Bend
  • Module 28: Understanding Spinal Bend
  • Module 29: Datum Curves
  • Module 30: Equation Driven Curves
  • Module 01: Creating Round, Chamfer and Their Types
  • Module 02: Mirroring Features
  • Module 03: Copy and Paste Features
  • Module 04: Rendering of Part
  • Module 05: Creating Draft feature
  • Module 06: Creating Rib Feature
  • Module 07: Creating Feature Patterns
  • Module 08: Understanding Geometry Pattern
  • Module 09: Creating Shell Feature
  • Module 10: Projecting and Wrapping Feature
  • Module 11: Using Warp feature
  • Module 12: Mirroring Surfaces
  • Module 13: Merging Surfaces
  • Module 14: Extending Surfaces
  • Module 15: Trimming Surfaces
  • Module 16: Filling Surfaces
  • Module 17: Creating the Offset Surfaces
  • Module 18: Adding Thickness to a Surface
  • Module 19: Creating the Intersect Curves
  • Module 20: Filleting Surfaces
  • Module 21: Introduction to Freestyle Modeling Environment
  • Module 01: Assembly Interface
  • Module 02: Inserting Component in an Assembly
  • Module 03: Understanding Degree of Freedom
  • Module 04: Applying Constraints to Components
  • Module 05: Applying Rigid Connection to Components
  • Module 06: Applying Pin Connection to Components
  • Module 07: Applying Slider Connection to Components
  • Module 08: Applying Cylinder Connection to Components
  • Module 09: Applying Slot Connection to Components
  • Module 10: Applying Planar Connection to Components
  • Module 11: Applying Ball Connection to Components
  • Module 12: Applying Weld Connection to Components
  • Module 13: Applying Bearing Connection to Components
  • Module 14: Applying General Connection to Components
  • Module 15: Applying Limits to Connections
  • Module 16: Dragging Component
  • Module 17: Creating the Exploded State
  • Module 18: Replacing Component
  • Module 19: Mechanical Application Tab
  • Module 20: Introduction to Servo Motors Mechanism
  • Module 21: Introduction to Belt Mechanism
  • Module 22: Introduction to Gears Motion Mechanism
  • Module 23: 3D Contact Mechanism
  • Module 24: Cam Follower Mechanism
  • Module 25: Mechanism Analysis
  • Module 01: Generating Drawing View
  • Module 02: Generating the General View
  • Module 03: Generating the Projection View
  • Module 04: Generating the Detailed View
  • Module 05: Generating the Auxiliary View
  • Module 06: Generating the Revolved Section View
  • Module 07: Generating the Aligned View
  • Module 08: Generating the Section View
  • Module 09: Editing the Drawing Views
  • Module 10: Moving and Rotating Views
  • Module 11: Inserting Assembly File
  • Module 12: Changing the View Type and Scale
  • Module 13: Changing View Properties
  • Module 14: Dimensioning the Drawing Views
  • Module 15: Adding Notes
  • Module 16: Model Annotation Dialog Box
  • Module 17: Dimensional Tolerances
  • Module 18: Geometric Tolerances
  • Module 19: Adding Balloons
  • Module 20: Creating Tables
  • Module 21: Changing Sheet Size
  • Module 01: Starting New Drawing Documents
  • Module 02: Introduction to Sheetmetal
  • Module 03: Introduction to Sheetmetal Parameters
  • Module 04: Creating the Planar Wall
  • Module 05: Creating the Flat Wall
  • Module 06: Creating the Flange Wall
  • Module 07: Creating Extrude Wall
  • Module 08: Creating Extend Wall
  • Module 09: Creating Revolve Wall
  • Module 10: Creating Blend and Rotational Blend Wall
  • Module 11: Creating the Offset Wall
  • Module 12: Creating Twist Wall
  • Module 13: Creating the Bend Feature
  • Module 14: Creating the Unbend Feature
  • Module 15: Creating the Bend Back
  • Module 16: Creating Cuts in Sheetmetal
  • Module 17: Creating the Flats Pattern
  • Module 18: Creating Reliefs
  • Module 19: Understanding Punch and Die

Summer & Winter Training For MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Students

BESTECH SOLUTION provide Summer & Winter Training for MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Students with a great opportunity for students to relax and rejuvenate before the next semester begins. At the same time, summer or winter vacations also offer a great opportunity for enthusiastic engineering students to experiment and learn new things. This is the time when students can focus on learning and experience the fun of engineering without having to worry about grades and exams. BESTECH SOLUTION provide best 6 weeks summer internship training for MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGstudents in Allahabad.

  • Job Oriented Training Program as per Demands of current Industry
  • An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institute
  • Training Material, Code Documents, Project Case Study and Technical Drawing.
  • Faculty members have 5 to 10 year of Industrial experience
  • Preparation for Interview and Career Consulting.

Eligibility of CREO Training

  • B.Tech/BE in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • Diploma in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • Master in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CAREER SCOPE OF CREO


It is in demand all over the world because of certain important reasons:

Manufacturers using CREO (PRO/E) have experienced certain rise in the productivity levels and faster time to market. In Industry, the concept engineering group uses the CREO (PRO/E) software to design several workable components and their prototype before passing it to detail design team. The engineer simplifies the model to be designed before preprocessing with the help of CREO (PRO/E).

  • It offers most robust functionality, with complete solution.
  • It helps in creation of advance geometry.
  • Manages assemblies on a large scale like that of companies like Boeing, Ferrari.
  • Can produce “production ready drawings”.
  • The demand is immense; the only requirement is skills equipped with knowledge. For this, the students need to join CREO (PRO/E) training. Thus, students must ensure to equip optimum knowledge and climb the ladders of success.

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