Creo
Ankuraa is a certified CAD professional training institute using the advanced 3D CAD software program –Creo. The Creo course structure has been designed explicitly for imparting professional knowledge as well as skills to the candidates in surface modeling and 3D solid modeling technologies. Creo training at Ankuraa is conducted by industry professionals and academicians having a proper blend of theoretical and practical sessions.
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Ankuraa is the best creo training institute in bangalore.PTC Creo, formerly known as Pro/ENGINEER, is a 3D CAD/CAM/CAE feature-based, associative solid modeling software. It is one of a suite of 10 collaborative applications that provide solid modeling, assembly modelling, 2D orthographic views, finite element analysis, direct and parametric modelling, sub-divisional and NURBS surfacing, and NC and tooling functionality for mechanical designers. Creo Elements/Parametric compete directly with Solidworks, CATIA, and NX/Solid Edge. It was created by Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) and was the first of its kind to market.

creo training institute
Ankuraa is the best creo training institute in bangalore. PTC Creo, formerly known as Pro/ENGINEER, is a 3D CAD/CAM/CAE feature-based, associative solid modeling software. It is one of a suite of 10 collaborative applications that provide solid modeling, assembly modelling, 2D orthographic views, finite element analysis, direct and parametric modelling, sub-divisional and NURBS surfacing, and NC and tooling functionality for mechanical designers. Creo Elements/Parametric compete directly with Solidworks, CATIA, and NX/Solid Edge. It was created by Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) and was the first of its kind to market.

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Latest version of creo introduces GD&T Advisor which helps freshers to understand the functionality easily.

It is one of the most widely used software for largest configurable assemblies with project life cycle management using windchill.

Why Join Our Creo Training Course?

Ankuraa Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. is one of the leading Creo training institutes in Bangalore providing access to in-depth Creo classes in Bangalore for all-around development of the candidates. Learn AutoCAD along with Creo software tool for Product design and development. Additionally, the course also throws light into the basics of drawing as well as editing tools for improved results. The program that we offer has been exclusively designed for mechanical engineers  and designers who wish to excel in the field of Product design and development. The course structure aims at covering extensive topics that have been designed by leading industry experts.

At Ankuraa Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd., the candidates get the opportunity to learn multiple components of the high-end Creo parametric Software . Creo  Training in Bangalore is known to comprise of several classes as well as courses that allow you to gain in-depth knowledge about Creo environment.

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Prerequisites to Join the Creo classes

  • You should prior knowledge of drafting or engineering
  • No prior CAD experience is needed while joining our prestigious institute for Creo training

Benefits of Creo Training from Us

We focus on delivering project-based Creo training rather than theoretical sessions. Some of the additional benefits of our training course are:

  • Accredited Curriculum
  • Learn from the industry experts
  • Professional certification upon course completion
  • Guaranteed career growth
  • Placement assistance
  • Earn a valuable on-field certificate

Make the most of your professional career in the field of architecture by joining our highly esteemed Creo course in Bangalore!

Courses We Offer

Syllabus of Creo Training

Creo Parametric Basic Modeling Process     
Understanding Creo Parametric Concepts     
Understanding Solid Modeling Concepts     
Understanding Feature-Based Concepts     
Understanding Parametric Concepts     
Understanding Associative Concepts     
Recognizing File Extensions     
Using the Creo Parametric Interface     
Understanding the Main Interface     
Understanding the Folder Browser     
Understanding the Ribbon Interface     
Setting the Working Directory and Opening and Saving Files     
Managing Files in Creo Parametric     
Creating Sketcher Geometry     
Reviewing Sketcher Theory     
Understanding Design Intent     
Modifying the Sketcher Display     
Utilizing Constraints     
Sketching with on the fly constraints     
Sketching Lines     
Sketching Centerlines     
Sketching Rectangles     
Sketching Circles     
Sketching Arcs     
Sketching Circular Fillets and Chamfers     
Understanding Construction Geometry Theory     
Sketching Points     
Using Geometry Tools within Sketcher     
Manipulating Sketches within Sketcher     
Dimensioning Entities within Sketcher     
Modifying Dimensions within Sketcher     
Sketcher Conflicts     
Placing Sections into Sketcher     
Creating Sketches for Features     
Creating Sketches (‘Sketch’ Feature)     
Specifying the Sketch Setup     
Utilizing Sketch References     
Using Entity from Edge within Sketcher     
Advanced Sketching     
Using Sketched Curves     
Sketching Ellipses     
Sketching Elliptical Fillets     
Sketching Splines     
Modifying Splines (Basic & Advanced)     
Importing and Exporting Spline Points     
Sketching Conics     
Sketching Text     
Analyzing Sketcher Convert Options     
Analyzing Sketcher Dimension Options     
Sketcher Diagnostic Tools     
Creating Extrudes, Revolves, and Ribs     
Creating Solid Extrude Features     
Adding Taper to Extrude Feature     
Common Dashboard Options: Extrude Depth     
Common Dashboard Options: Feature Direction     
Common Dashboard Options: Thicken Sketch     
Creating Solid Revolve Features     
Common Dashboard Options: Revolve Angle     
Automatically Adding and Removing Material     
Creating Rib Features     
Analyzing Basic 3-D Orientation     
Understanding the View Manager     
Creating and Managing View Orientations     
Creating Style States using the View Manager     
Understanding Basic Color and Appearance Options     
Setting Up New Part Models     
Selecting and Editing     
Understanding Creo Parametric Basic Controls     
Using Drag Handles and Dimension Draggers     
Using Keyboard Shortcuts     
Understanding the Model Tree     
Selecting Items using Direct Selection     
Selecting Items using Query Selection     
Selecting Multiple Components     
Using the Search Tool     
Understanding Selection Filters     
Renaming Objects     
Editing Features and Regenerating     
Activating and Editing Models     
Deleting and Suppressing Items     
Creating Datum Features: Planes and Axes     
Creating Datum Features Theory     
Creating Datum Axes     
Creating Datum Planes     
Utilizing Internal Sketches and Embedded Datums     
Creating Internal Sketches     
Creating Embedded Datum Features     
Creating Sweeps and Blends     
Creating Sweeps with Open Trajectories     
Creating Sweeps with Closed Trajectories     
Analyzing Sweep Feature Attributes     
Creating a Parallel Blend Protrusion or Cut     
Experimenting with Parallel Blend Attributes     
Analyzing Parallel Blend Section Tools     
Advanced Blends     
Creating a Rotational Blend Protrusion or Cut     
Analyzing Rotational Blend Attributes     
Advanced Selection     
Advanced Chain Selection     
Advanced Surface Selection     
Creating Holes and Shells     
Common Dashboard Options: Hole Depth     
Creating Coaxial Holes     
Creating Linear Holes     
Creating Radial and Diameter Holes     
Exploring Hole Profile Options     
Creating Shell Features     
Advanced hole Creation     
Creating Standard Holes     
Creating Sketched Holes     
Creating On Point Holes     
Lightweight Holes     
Cosmetic Threads     
Advanced Shells     
Analyzing Shell References and Thickness Options     
Excluding Surfaces from Shells     
Extending Shell Surfaces     
Analyzing Shell Corner Options     
Creating Rounds and Chamfers     
Creating Rounds by Selecting Edges     
Creating Rounds by Selecting a Surface and Edge     
Creating Rounds by Selecting Two Surfaces     
Creating Full Rounds     
Creating Round Sets     
Creating Chamfers by Selecting Edges     
Creating Chamfer Sets     
Advanced Rounds and Chamfers     
Analyzing Round Profile     
Analyzing Round Creation Methods     
Creating Rounds Through Curve     
Creating Variable Radius Rounds     
Auto Round     
Analyzing Advanced Chamfer Dimensioning Schemes     
Analyzing Chamfer Creation Methods     
Analyzing Additional Chamfer Types     
Creating Corner Chamfers     
Creating Rounds and Chamfers by Reference     
Analyzing References and Pieces     
Using Intent Edges for Rounds and Chamfers     
Using Chamfer Transitions     
Using Round Transitions     
Drafts     
Creating Draft Features     
Creating Basic Split Drafts     
Analyzing Draft Hinges and Pull Direction     
Drafting Intent Surfaces     
Creating Drafts with Multiple Angles     
Using the Extend Intersect Surfaces Draft Option     
Creating Drafts Split at Sketch     
Creating Drafts Split at Curve     
Creating Drafts Split at Surface     
Creating Drafts with Variable Pull Direction     
Variable Section Sweeps     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps using a Constant Section     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps Normal to Trajectory     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps using Constant Normal Direction     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps Normal to Projection     
Analyzing Horizontal and Vertical Control in a Variable Section Sweep     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps Utilizing Multiple Trajectories     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps with Tangent Trajectories     
Analyzing Variable Section Sweep Trajectory Options and Rules     
Helical Sweeps     
Understanding Helical Sweeps Theory     
Creating Helical Sweeps for Springs     
Creating Helical Sweeps for Threads     
Analyzing Helical Sweep Profile and Pitch Variations     
Utilizing Variable Sections in Helical Sweeps     
      
Creating Patterns     
Direction Patterning in the First Direction     
Direction Patterning in the Second Direction     
Axis Patterning in the First Direction     
Axis Patterning in the Second Direction     
Creating Reference Patterns of Features     
Creating Reference Patterns of Components     
Deleting Patterns or Pattern Members     
Advanced Patterns     
Creating Dimension Patterns in One Direction     
Creating Dimension Patterns in Two Directions     
Creating Rotational Dimension Patterns     
Unpatterning Group Patterns     
Understanding Pattern Regeneration Options     
Creating Fill Patterns     
Specifying Fill Pattern Settings     
Creating Curve Patterns     
Creating Pattern Tables     
Creating Point Pattern     
Group, Copy, and Mirror Tools     
Creating Local Groups     
Copying and Pasting Features     
Moving and Rotating Copied Features     
Mirroring Selected Features     
Mirroring All Features     
Creating Mirrored Parts     
Measuring and Inspecting Models     
Analyzing Model Units and Mass Properties     
Measuring Models     
Creating Planar Part Cross-Sections     
Measuring Global Interference     
Advanced Reference Management     
Editing Feature References     
Replacing Feature References     
Replacing Sketcher References     
Replacing Sketcher Geometry     
Relations and Parameters     
Understanding Advanced Parameter Options     
Creating Relations     
Creating Section Relations     
Advanced Layers     
Understanding Layers     
Creating and Managing Layers     
Creating Layer Rules     
Family Tables     
Understanding Family Table Theory     
Creating a Family Table     
Patternizing Family Table Instances     
Creating a Multi-Level Family Table     
Editing Family Table Members     
Reusing Features     
Creating UDFs     
Placing UDFs     
Assembling with Constraints     
Understanding Assembly Theory     
Creating New Assembly Models     
Understanding Constraint Theory     
Understanding Assembly Constraint Status     
Assembling Components using the Default Constraint     
Constraining Components using Automatic     
Constraining Components using Distance     
Constraining Components using Angle Offset     
Constraining Components using Parallel     
Constraining Components using Coincident     
Constraining Components using Normal     
Constraining Components using Coplanar     
Constraining Components using Centred     
Constraining Components using Tangent     
Constraining Components using Fix     
Exploding Assemblies     
Creating and Managing Explode States     
Creating Offset Lines between Exploded Components     
Surfaces Modelling     
Surface Features     
Creating Surface features     
Editing Surface Features in Creo Parametric     
Copying the Surfaces     
Mirroring the Surfaces     
Trimming the Surface     
Merging the Surfaces     
Creating the Fill Surface     
Creating the Intersecting Curves     
Creating an Offset Surface     
Giving Thickness to a Surface     
Converting a Surface into a Solid     
Investigating Parent/Child Relationships     
Understanding Parent/Child Relationships     
Viewing Part and Assembly Parent/Child Information     
Viewing Model, Feature, and Component Information     
Capturing and Managing Design Intent     
Handling Children of Deleted and Suppressed Items     
Reordering Features     
Inserting Features     
Redefining Features and Sketches     
Capturing Design Intent in Sketches & Features     
Capturing Design Intent in Parts & Assemblies     
Creating Drawing Views     
Analyzing Drawing Concepts and Theory     
Analyzing Basic 2-D Orientation     
Creating New Drawings and Applying Formats     
Creating and Orienting General Views     
Adding Drawing Models and Sheets     
Creating Projection Views     
Creating Drawing Views     
Creating Cross-Section Views     
Creating Detailed Views     
Creating Auxiliary Views     
Creating 2D Cross Section Views     
Creating New Drawings using Drawing Templates     
Modifying Drawing Views     
Creating Assembly and Exploded Views     
      
Creating Drawing Details     
Analyzing Detail Concepts and Types     
Showing and Erasing Detail Items     
Cleaning Up Dimensions     
Manipulating Dimensions     
Creating Driven Dimensions     
Creating Drawing Details     
Creating Notes     
Showing a Bill of Materials     
Analyzing Drawing Associativity     
Creating and Using Component Interfaces     
Understanding Component Interfaces     
Using a Placing Component Interface     
Using a Receiving Component Interface     
Creating a Component Interface using Save as Interface     
Auto Placing Components     
Copying and Pasting Components     
Repeating Component Placement     
Creating and Using Flexible Components     
Adding Flexibility to a Component     
Placing Flexible Components in an Assembly     
Adding Flexibility to Already Placed Components     
Using Flexible Parameters     
Restructuring and Mirroring Assemblies     
Restructuring an Assembly     
Creating Mirrored Assemblies     
Creating Mirrored Components     
Creating Mirrored Subassemblies     
Using Assembly Features and Shrinkwrap     
Understanding Assembly Features     
Creating an Assembly Cut     
Creating Assembly Holes     
Creating a Shrinkwrap Feature     
Creating a Shrinkwrap Model     
Summarizing Shrinkwrap Features and Models     
Replacing Components in an Assembly     
Understanding Component Replace     
Replacing Components using Family Table     
Replacing Components using Reference Model     
Replacing Components using By Copy     
Replacing Unrelated Components     
Understanding Interchange Assemblies     
Replacing using a Functional Interchange Assembly     
Creating Layers in Assemblies     
Understanding the Basics of Simplified Reps     
Understanding Simplified Rep Concepts     
Customizing Simplified Reps     
Excluding Components using Simplified Reps     
Creating Geometry and Graphics Simplified Reps     
Opening Simplified Reps     
Creating Part Simplified Reps     
Creating Cross-Sections, Display Styles, and Combined Views     
Understanding Assembly Cross-Sections     
Creating Planar Assembly Cross-Sections     
Creating Offset Assembly Cross-Sections     
Creating Zone Assembly Cross-Sections     
Creating Display Styles     
Creating Combination Views     
      
Substituting Components By Rep, Envelope, and Model     
Understanding Envelopes     
Creating and Using a Surface Subset Shrinkwrap Envelope     
Creating and Using a Faceted Shrinkwrap Envelope     
Creating and Using a All Solid Surfaces Envelope     
Creating and Using a Create Features Envelope     
Creating and Using an Envelope Copied from an Existing Part     
Substituting Components Using User Defined     
Substituting Components Using By Interchange and Family Table     
Understanding Advanced Simplified Rep Functionality     
Searching for Components for Simplified Reps     
Creating Simplified Reps by Size     
Creating Simplified Reps using Zones     
Creating Simplified Reps by Distance     
Creating Simplified Reps using Exterior Components     
Defining Simplified Reps using Rules     
Using On-Demand Simplified Reps     
Creating External Simplified Reps     
Creating and Using Assembly Structure and Skeletons     
Understanding Skeletons     
Creating Assembly Structure     
Creating Skeletons for Space Claims     
Creating Skeletons for Placement References     
Copying a Model to a Skeleton     
Sharing Skeleton Geometry     
Creating and Placing Models using Skeleton References     
The sheetmetal design environment     
Sheetmetal parts     
Design approach     
PRIMARY WALLS     
Wall Types     
Creating the first wall     
Types of seconday walls     
Creating unattached walls     
Secondary walls with relief     
BEND FEATURES     
Bend features     
Bend lines     
The unbend regular feature     
The bend back feature     
Creating sheetmetal cuts     
Creating a punch or notch UDF     
Placing a punch or notch feature     
Creating form features     
Creating form parts     
Placing form features     
Returning the model to the flat state     
UNBENDING SHEETMETAL GEOMETRY     
Unbending geometry after defiing the model     
Deformation areas     
CONVERTING SOLID PARTS     
Creating sheetmetal parts from solid parts     
Creating a developable part     
Flat status     
Creating multimodel drawings     
Documenting the bend order     
ADDITIONAL FEATURES     
Flat pattern – Previewing and Creating     
Solid features     
Using projected datum curves     
Creo Parametric Basic Modeling Process     
Understanding Creo Parametric Concepts     
Understanding Solid Modeling Concepts     
Understanding Feature-Based Concepts     
Understanding Parametric Concepts     
Understanding Associative Concepts     
Recognizing File Extensions     
Using the Creo Parametric Interface     
Understanding the Main Interface     
Understanding the Folder Browser     
Understanding the Ribbon Interface     
Setting the Working Directory and Opening and Saving Files     
Managing Files in Creo Parametric     
Creating Sketcher Geometry     
Reviewing Sketcher Theory     
Understanding Design Intent     
Modifying the Sketcher Display     
Utilizing Constraints     
Sketching with on the fly constraints     
Sketching Lines     
Sketching Centerlines     
Sketching Rectangles     
Sketching Circles     
Sketching Arcs     
Sketching Circular Fillets and Chamfers     
Understanding Construction Geometry Theory     
Sketching Points     
Using Geometry Tools within Sketcher     
Manipulating Sketches within Sketcher     
Dimensioning Entities within Sketcher     
Modifying Dimensions within Sketcher     
Sketcher Conflicts     
Placing Sections into Sketcher     
Creating Sketches for Features     
Creating Sketches (‘Sketch’ Feature)     
Specifying the Sketch Setup     
Utilizing Sketch References     
Using Entity from Edge within Sketcher     
Advanced Sketching     
Using Sketched Curves     
Sketching Ellipses     
Sketching Elliptical Fillets     
Sketching Splines     
Modifying Splines (Basic & Advanced)     
Importing and Exporting Spline Points     
Sketching Conics     
Sketching Text     
Analyzing Sketcher Convert Options     
Analyzing Sketcher Dimension Options     
Sketcher Diagnostic Tools     
Creating Extrudes, Revolves, and Ribs     
Creating Solid Extrude Features     
Adding Taper to Extrude Feature     
Common Dashboard Options: Extrude Depth     
Common Dashboard Options: Feature Direction     
Common Dashboard Options: Thicken Sketch     
Creating Solid Revolve Features     
Common Dashboard Options: Revolve Angle     
Automatically Adding and Removing Material     
Creating Rib Features     
Analyzing Basic 3-D Orientation     
Understanding the View Manager     
Creating and Managing View Orientations     
Creating Style States using the View Manager     
Understanding Basic Color and Appearance Options     
Setting Up New Part Models     
Selecting and Editing     
Understanding Creo Parametric Basic Controls     
Using Drag Handles and Dimension Draggers     
Using Keyboard Shortcuts     
Understanding the Model Tree     
Selecting Items using Direct Selection     
Selecting Items using Query Selection     
Selecting Multiple Components     
Using the Search Tool     
Understanding Selection Filters     
Renaming Objects     
Editing Features and Regenerating     
Activating and Editing Models     
Deleting and Suppressing Items     
Creating Datum Features: Planes and Axes     
Creating Datum Features Theory     
Creating Datum Axes     
Creating Datum Planes     
Utilizing Internal Sketches and Embedded Datums     
Creating Internal Sketches     
Creating Embedded Datum Features     
Creating Sweeps and Blends     
Creating Sweeps with Open Trajectories     
Creating Sweeps with Closed Trajectories     
Analyzing Sweep Feature Attributes     
Creating a Parallel Blend Protrusion or Cut     
Experimenting with Parallel Blend Attributes     
Analyzing Parallel Blend Section Tools     
Advanced Blends     
Creating a Rotational Blend Protrusion or Cut     
Analyzing Rotational Blend Attributes     
Advanced Selection     
Advanced Chain Selection     
Advanced Surface Selection     
Creating Holes and Shells     
Common Dashboard Options: Hole Depth     
Creating Coaxial Holes     
Creating Linear Holes     
Creating Radial and Diameter Holes     
Exploring Hole Profile Options     
Creating Shell Features     
Advanced hole Creation     
Creating Standard Holes     
Creating Sketched Holes     
Creating On Point Holes     
Lightweight Holes     
Cosmetic Threads     
Advanced Shells     
Analyzing Shell References and Thickness Options     
Excluding Surfaces from Shells     
Extending Shell Surfaces     
Analyzing Shell Corner Options     
Creating Rounds and Chamfers     
Creating Rounds by Selecting Edges     
Creating Rounds by Selecting a Surface and Edge     
Creating Rounds by Selecting Two Surfaces     
Creating Full Rounds     
Creating Round Sets     
Creating Chamfers by Selecting Edges     
Creating Chamfer Sets     
Advanced Rounds and Chamfers     
Analyzing Round Profile     
Analyzing Round Creation Methods     
Creating Rounds Through Curve     
Creating Variable Radius Rounds     
Auto Round     
Analyzing Advanced Chamfer Dimensioning Schemes     
Analyzing Chamfer Creation Methods     
Analyzing Additional Chamfer Types     
Creating Corner Chamfers     
Creating Rounds and Chamfers by Reference     
Analyzing References and Pieces     
Using Intent Edges for Rounds and Chamfers     
Using Chamfer Transitions     
Using Round Transitions     
Drafts     
Creating Draft Features     
Creating Basic Split Drafts     
Analyzing Draft Hinges and Pull Direction     
Drafting Intent Surfaces     
Creating Drafts with Multiple Angles     
Using the Extend Intersect Surfaces Draft Option     
Creating Drafts Split at Sketch     
Creating Drafts Split at Curve     
Creating Drafts Split at Surface     
Creating Drafts with Variable Pull Direction     
Variable Section Sweeps     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps using a Constant Section     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps Normal to Trajectory     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps using Constant Normal Direction     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps Normal to Projection     
Analyzing Horizontal and Vertical Control in a Variable Section Sweep     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps Utilizing Multiple Trajectories     
Creating Variable Section Sweeps with Tangent Trajectories     
Analyzing Variable Section Sweep Trajectory Options and Rules     
Helical Sweeps     
Understanding Helical Sweeps Theory     
Creating Helical Sweeps for Springs     
Creating Helical Sweeps for Threads     
Analyzing Helical Sweep Profile and Pitch Variations     
Utilizing Variable Sections in Helical Sweeps     
      
Creating Patterns     
Direction Patterning in the First Direction     
Direction Patterning in the Second Direction     
Axis Patterning in the First Direction     
Axis Patterning in the Second Direction     
Creating Reference Patterns of Features     
Creating Reference Patterns of Components     
Deleting Patterns or Pattern Members     
Advanced Patterns     
Creating Dimension Patterns in One Direction     
Creating Dimension Patterns in Two Directions     
Creating Rotational Dimension Patterns     
Unpatterning Group Patterns     
Understanding Pattern Regeneration Options     
Creating Fill Patterns     
Specifying Fill Pattern Settings     
Creating Curve Patterns     
Creating Pattern Tables     
Creating Point Pattern     
Group, Copy, and Mirror Tools     
Creating Local Groups     
Copying and Pasting Features     
Moving and Rotating Copied Features     
Mirroring Selected Features     
Mirroring All Features     
Creating Mirrored Parts     
Measuring and Inspecting Models     
Analyzing Model Units and Mass Properties     
Measuring Models     
Creating Planar Part Cross-Sections     
Measuring Global Interference     
Advanced Reference Management     
Editing Feature References     
Replacing Feature References     
Replacing Sketcher References     
Replacing Sketcher Geometry     
Relations and Parameters     
Understanding Advanced Parameter Options     
Creating Relations     
Creating Section Relations     
Advanced Layers     
Understanding Layers     
Creating and Managing Layers     
Creating Layer Rules     
Family Tables     
Understanding Family Table Theory     
Creating a Family Table     
Patternizing Family Table Instances     
Creating a Multi-Level Family Table     
Editing Family Table Members     
Reusing Features     
Creating UDFs     
Placing UDFs     
Assembling with Constraints     
Understanding Assembly Theory     
Creating New Assembly Models     
Understanding Constraint Theory     
Understanding Assembly Constraint Status     
Assembling Components using the Default Constraint     
Constraining Components using Automatic     
Constraining Components using Distance     
Constraining Components using Angle Offset     
Constraining Components using Parallel     
Constraining Components using Coincident     
Constraining Components using Normal     
Constraining Components using Coplanar     
Constraining Components using Centred     
Constraining Components using Tangent     
Constraining Components using Fix     
Exploding Assemblies     
Creating and Managing Explode States     
Creating Offset Lines between Exploded Components     
Surfaces Modelling     
Surface Features     
Creating Surface features     
Editing Surface Features in Creo Parametric     
Copying the Surfaces     
Mirroring the Surfaces     
Trimming the Surface     
Merging the Surfaces     
Creating the Fill Surface     
Creating the Intersecting Curves     
Creating an Offset Surface     
Giving Thickness to a Surface     
Converting a Surface into a Solid     
Investigating Parent/Child Relationships     
Understanding Parent/Child Relationships     
Viewing Part and Assembly Parent/Child Information     
Viewing Model, Feature, and Component Information     
Capturing and Managing Design Intent     
Handling Children of Deleted and Suppressed Items     
Reordering Features     
Inserting Features     
Redefining Features and Sketches     
Capturing Design Intent in Sketches & Features     
Capturing Design Intent in Parts & Assemblies     
Creating Drawing Views     
Analyzing Drawing Concepts and Theory     
Analyzing Basic 2-D Orientation     
Creating New Drawings and Applying Formats     
Creating and Orienting General Views     
Adding Drawing Models and Sheets     
Creating Projection Views     
Creating Drawing Views     
Creating Cross-Section Views     
Creating Detailed Views     
Creating Auxiliary Views     
Creating 2D Cross Section Views     
Creating New Drawings using Drawing Templates     
Modifying Drawing Views     
Creating Assembly and Exploded Views     
      
Creating Drawing Details     
Analyzing Detail Concepts and Types     
Showing and Erasing Detail Items     
Cleaning Up Dimensions     
Manipulating Dimensions     
Creating Driven Dimensions     
Creating Drawing Details     
Creating Notes     
Showing a Bill of Materials     
Analyzing Drawing Associativity     
Creating and Using Component Interfaces     
Understanding Component Interfaces     
Using a Placing Component Interface     
Using a Receiving Component Interface     
Creating a Component Interface using Save as Interface     
Auto Placing Components     
Copying and Pasting Components     
Repeating Component Placement     
Creating and Using Flexible Components     
Adding Flexibility to a Component     
Placing Flexible Components in an Assembly     
Adding Flexibility to Already Placed Components     
Using Flexible Parameters     
Restructuring and Mirroring Assemblies     
Restructuring an Assembly     
Creating Mirrored Assemblies     
Creating Mirrored Components     
Creating Mirrored Subassemblies     
Using Assembly Features and Shrinkwrap     
Understanding Assembly Features     
Creating an Assembly Cut     
Creating Assembly Holes     
Creating a Shrinkwrap Feature     
Creating a Shrinkwrap Model     
Summarizing Shrinkwrap Features and Models     
Replacing Components in an Assembly     
Understanding Component Replace     
Replacing Components using Family Table     
Replacing Components using Reference Model     
Replacing Components using By Copy     
Replacing Unrelated Components     
Understanding Interchange Assemblies     
Replacing using a Functional Interchange Assembly     
Creating Layers in Assemblies     
Understanding the Basics of Simplified Reps     
Understanding Simplified Rep Concepts     
Customizing Simplified Reps     
Excluding Components using Simplified Reps     
Creating Geometry and Graphics Simplified Reps     
Opening Simplified Reps     
Creating Part Simplified Reps     
Creating Cross-Sections, Display Styles, and Combined Views     
Understanding Assembly Cross-Sections     
Creating Planar Assembly Cross-Sections     
Creating Offset Assembly Cross-Sections     
Creating Zone Assembly Cross-Sections     
Creating Display Styles     
Creating Combination Views     
      
Substituting Components By Rep, Envelope, and Model     
Understanding Envelopes     
Creating and Using a Surface Subset Shrinkwrap Envelope     
Creating and Using a Faceted Shrinkwrap Envelope     
Creating and Using a All Solid Surfaces Envelope     
Creating and Using a Create Features Envelope     
Creating and Using an Envelope Copied from an Existing Part     
Substituting Components Using User Defined     
Substituting Components Using By Interchange and Family Table     
Understanding Advanced Simplified Rep Functionality     
Searching for Components for Simplified Reps     
Creating Simplified Reps by Size     
Creating Simplified Reps using Zones     
Creating Simplified Reps by Distance     
Creating Simplified Reps using Exterior Components     
Defining Simplified Reps using Rules     
Using On-Demand Simplified Reps     
Creating External Simplified Reps     
Creating and Using Assembly Structure and Skeletons     
Understanding Skeletons     
Creating Assembly Structure     
Creating Skeletons for Space Claims     
Creating Skeletons for Placement References     
Copying a Model to a Skeleton     
Sharing Skeleton Geometry     
Creating and Placing Models using Skeleton References     
The sheetmetal design environment     
Sheetmetal parts     
Design approach     
PRIMARY WALLS     
Wall Types     
Creating the first wall     
Types of seconday walls     
Creating unattached walls     
Secondary walls with relief     
BEND FEATURES     
Bend features     
Bend lines     
The unbend regular feature     
The bend back feature     
Creating sheetmetal cuts     
Creating a punch or notch UDF     
Placing a punch or notch feature     
Creating form features     
Creating form parts     
Placing form features     
Returning the model to the flat state     
UNBENDING SHEETMETAL GEOMETRY     
Unbending geometry after defiing the model     
Deformation areas     
CONVERTING SOLID PARTS     
Creating sheetmetal parts from solid parts     
Creating a developable part     
Flat status     
Creating multimodel drawings     
Documenting the bend order     
ADDITIONAL FEATURES     
Flat pattern – Previewing and Creating     
Solid features     
Using projected datum curves     

Ankuraa Engineering Services Pvt Ltd

261-264, Venkata Ranga Iyengar Rd, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003

 
 
 

hello@ankuraa.in

7022853108/7338293707

Ankuraa Engineering Services Pvt Ltd

261-264, Venkata Ranga Iyengar Rd, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003

 
 
 

hello@ankuraa.in

7022853108/7338293707