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For Resources go to medical-site.info > click on the Creo Parametric book cover. • Lesson 2 Lecture. • Lesson 2 3D models embedded in a PDF. be explored most fully. DEVELOP3D explores how Creo can fit into the process . parametric modelling features and additional surface models using Creo's. In this course, you will learn core modeling skills and quickly become proficient with Creo. Parametric Topics include sketching, part modeling, assemblies.
Brief Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction to Creo Parametric 2. Creating Base Features Chapter 5: Datums Chapter 6: Advanced Modeling Tools-I Chapter 9: Assembly Modeling Chapter Dimensioning the Drawing Views Chapter Other Drawing Options Chapter Surface Modeling Chapter Do not make copies.
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Overview of this Lesson The main objective of this lesson is to introduce you to the general procedures for creating sketched features. We will go at quite a slow pace and the part will be quite simple see Figure 1 on the next page , but the central ideas need to be elaborated and explored so that they are very clearly understood.
Some of the material presented here is a repeat of the previous lesson - take this as an indication that it is important! Creating a Solid Part 2.
Creating a Sketch 4. Creating an Extruded Cut 6. Saving the part 7. Extrude Cut 4. Tips… Profile Centerline. The feature can be a solid. Sketch the following. Make sure you finish adding the dimensions. Ctrl select the profile and the horizontal centerline. Select the top and bottom edges and add a R. Select the Revolve feature icon. Select Mid-Plane. Select the top surface LMB Click 2 x on the model and start a sketch on it.
Select the Draft tool. Then Click on the draft hinges dialog box. Ctrl select all side faces of the model. Then select Loop. Then select the face. Select the Offset tool. Enter -. Select Concentric Circle tool. Select the extrude icon. Select the Top datum plane. Draw the following two. Set to -4 offset. Select the base of the pocket and start a sketch.
Extrude boss using the mid-plane option and. Start a sketch on the front datum plane and draw a rectangle with the following dimensions. Then Trim. Also select: Then select the left most horizontal line and the arc attached to it to establish a tangent relationship. Select the Front datum plane and sketch the following. Use the Constraint tool and select the Tangent option. Pattern Circular Pattern: First select the spoke to activate the icon.
Rebuild after completion. Assembly Tools.
Select the Automatic pull down and select the Default option. To insert a part into the assembly select the Assemble icon. Notice the alignment that takes place. After applying the last constraint try moving the component using the Drag Component icon. Click on an edge of the yoke and drag with the left mouse button.
Select the Placement tab and then select New Constraint option. It should spin in place only.
Insert the spider. You may need to rotate the assembly to see the correct faces. You may need to Regenerate after applying the last mate. Select the concentric holes.
Select Edit Definition. Parallel is needed here because there is a small gap between the parts. Then select the Orient to assembly reference option to align parallel.
Editing a Mate: RMB select the Spider from the feature tree on the right of the screen. Parallel Mate: A pull-down menu will appear. Add a distance of. Distance Mate: Select the end face of the pin and then select a parallel flat face the spider. After completion you should be able to use the Drag Component icon to dynamically rotate the assembly. Attach the remainder of the components. You may need to browse to find the part if it does not show automatically.
The standard a sheet should automatically show up. Then double LMB click on the view to activate the options of that view. LMB click to drop the new view. Section Views: Select the top view and repeat the projection view steps. Projection view: Then select the Plane option to the right. Select the section option. Section view arrows: You select and RMB click on the section view. Detail View: Do not pre-select the view. Select a center point for the view. Then click to the right of the screen to locate and drop the new detail view.
Double click on the view to change the appearance. Auxiliary views: Are created by selecting the option then selecting the edge of the flange on the front view. Then select the drop point. Double click on the view to change its appearance. View Display: Isometric General Views: Are created when you select the general view icon. Then select the location to drop the view. Editing the Sheet: Feature helps reduce the cluster and yet the dimensions are editable. Dimensions and Annotations 2 Methods: Create New References dimensions Note: Import Show Model Annotations dimensions used to create the model b.
Transitioning from Radius to Diameter when dimensioning. Versus a single click on an edge will result in a radius.
Draw the following. Go to. It should extrude as a surface. Hit the green check to apply. You should now have a single 3 Dimensional curve. Draw a. Select the concentric circle icon buried under the circle tool.
Then select the end face of the body. Sweep using the new path and converted entity as the profile.
Now using the tools you have learned over the past 5 weeks finish the remainder of the model. Hints to complete the model… Create a boat hull by lofting multiple section profiles. A Swept blend can be a base. DTM Plane 1 — 6. Swept Blend: Select the 4 sketches in order from back to front.