PTC Creo Parametric 5.0

Winter Classes Begin Jan. 7th

DMT CLASS SCHEDULE WINTER 2019

DMT 65A- PTC Creo Parametric (Beginning) What's New

  • Creo Beginning 5.0 Offered Jan. 2019: In Class & Online

Creo Begining description and synopsis:

The Introduction to Creo Parametric is a fun, fast-paced class that introduces students to 3-D, parametric modeling.  The class incorporates lab exercises as well as projects to reinforce learned concepts such as design intent and smart models.
The class is intended for students that have no previous experience with 3-D modeling applications, but it’s also a great introductory course for students that have previous 3-D modeling experience with other CAD applications.
The instructor incorporates industry Best Practices and uses his 15+ years of Creo experience to deliver the material in a simple and straight-forward manner.  Learn the basic modeling tools that companies all over the Bay Area are using to design Best in Class products such as the Fitbit, Google, Amazon, and Specialized.

Covered topics in the Introduction to Creo class:

Covered topics in the Introduction to Creo class:
•    Navigating the Creo Interface
•    Capturing Design Intent
•    Understanding Parent-Child Relationships
•    Selection Techniques
•    Editing Geometry
•    Creating Sketches
•    Creating Engineering Features – Extrude, Revolve, and Rib Tools
•    Adding Rounds and Chamfers
•    Measuring & Analyzing Parts
•    Creating Assemblies
•    Creating Assembly Exploded Views
•    Creating Part Drawings from Formats & Templates
•    Creating Augmented Reality Experiences

DMT 66A- PTC Creo Parametric (Intermediate)

  • Creo Intermediate 5.0 Offered Jan. 2019: In Class & Online

Creo Intermediate description and synopsis:

The Intermediate Creo Parametric class expands on the basic concepts learned in the Introduction class.  It’s fast-paced class that introduces students to more complex modeling techniques to build smarter, more sophisticated parts and assemblies.  The class incorporates lab exercises and projects to reinforce learned concepts.
The instructor incorporates industry Best Practices and uses his 15+ years of Creo experience to deliver the material in a simple and straight-forward manner.  Learn the basic modeling tools that companies all over the Bay Area are using to design Best in Class products such as the Fitbit, Google, Amazon, and Specialized Bicycles.

Covered topics in the Intermediate Creo class:

Covered topics in the Intermediate to Creo class:
•    Creating Patterns
•    Creating Groups
•    Copying Features
•    Mirroring Features
•    Creating Trajectory Ribs
•    Adding Draft to Parts
•    Troubleshooting Failed Features
•    Adding Motion to Assemblies
•    Creating Simple Sheetmetal Parts
•    Creating Sheetmetal Part Drawings
•    Using Real-Time Rendering
•    Creating Augmented Reality Experiences
•    Customizing Creo Interface

DMT 67A- PTC Creo Parametric (Advanced)
DMT 68A- PTC Creo Parametric (Surface)


Please email CAD Support Staff cad@fhda.edu about how to get the current Creo Parametric software on your Windows PC for free.

Hardware Notes for PTC Creo 5.0


PTC Creo Parametric 5.0  "Formerly Pro/ENGINEER"
Books:
65A: Creo Parametric 5.0: Part One- Lessons 1-12
By: Gary Lamit
66A:: Creo Parametric 5.0: Part 2- Lessons 13-22
By: Gary Lamit
67A: Creo Parametric 4.0 Advanced Design
By: Steven G. Smith

 About our program:
De AnzaCollege: PTC Creo Delivers an Academic Advantage
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