Creo or Pro-E Training in Chandigarh Mohali Panchkula - ThinkNEXT
  78374-01000, 78374-02000, 78374-03000      
Whatsapp 78374-04000
Toll Free : 1800-200-6147
  info@thinknext.co.in           Locate Us
PayTM 7837433597
    *Applications are invited for Free 6 Months/6 Weeks Industrial Training. Email your resume at information@thinknext.co.in (Limited Seats).    
Applications are invited for Free 6 Months/6 Weeks Industrial Training. Email your resume at information@thinknext.co.in (Limited Seats).    
Members Members
Stipend based Industrial Training in Chandigarh Mohali
Pro-Engineer Training in Chandigarh Mohali Panchkula

Best Creo or Pro/Engineer Training in Chandigarh Mohali Panchkula

Pro Engineer (pro/E) is 3D CAD/CAM/CAE software developed by PTC corporation.
In 2010, the company has changed its name to Creo parametric.
In this course, you will learn about all the CAD tools and commands of the software. this course contains all important design aspects of the software.
Pro/Engineer Training is mainly given to Mech./Auto/Aero/Production Engineers and Diplomas by experienced industry professionals.


Main contents of are this course are as following:

  2D Sketch Modelling
  3D Modelling
  Advance Surface Modeling
  Drafting and Drawing
  Assembly
  Sheetmetal


Pro-E or Creo Industrial Training - Course contents

1: INTRODUCTION TO CREO PARAMETRIC

Introduction to Creo Parametric
Feature-Based Nature
Bidirectional Associative Property
Parametric Nature
System Requirements
Getting Started with Creo Parametric
Important Terms and Definitions
File Menu Options
Managing Files
Menu Manager
Model Tree
Understanding the Functions of the Mouse Buttons
Ribbon
Toolbars
Navigator
Creo Parametric Browser
Appearance Gallery
Rendering in Creo Parametric
Colour Scheme Used in this Book

2: CREATING SKETCHES IN THE SKETCH MODE-I

The Sketch Mode
Working with the Sketch Mode
Invoking the Sketch Mode
The Sketcher Environment
Working with a Sketch in the Sketch Mode
Drawing a Sketch Using tools available in the Sketch Tab
Placing a Point
Drawing a Line
Drawing a Centreline
Drawing a Geometry Centreline
Drawing a Rectangle
Drawing a Circle
Drawing an Ellipse
Drawing an Arc
Dimensioning the Sketch
Converting a Weak Dimension into a Strong Dimension
Dimensioning a Sketch Using the Normal Tool
Dimensioning the Basic Sketched Entities
Linear Dimensioning of a Line
Angular Dimensioning of an Arc
Diameter Dimensioning
Radial Dimensioning
Dimensioning Revolved Sections
Working with Constraints
Types of Constraints
Disabling Constraints
Modifying the Dimensions of a Sketch
Using the Modify Button
Modifying a Dimension by Double-Clicking on it
Modifying Dimensions Dynamically
Resolve Sketch Dialog Box
Deleting the Sketched Entities
Trimming the Sketched Entities
Mirroring the Sketched Entities
Inserting Standard/User-Defined Sketches
Drawing Display Options

3: CREATING SKETCHES IN THE SKETCH MODE-II

Dimensioning the Sketch
Dimensioning a Sketch Using the Baseline Tool
Replacing the Dimensions of a Sketch Using the Replace Tool
Creating Fillets
Creating Circular Fillets
Creating Elliptical Fillets
Creating a Reference Coordinate System
Working with Splines
Creating a Spline
Dimensioning of Splines
Modifying a Spline
Writing Text in the Sketcher Environment
Rotating and Resizing Entities
Importing 2D Drawings in the Sketch Mode

4: CREATING BASE FEATURES

Creating Base Features
Invoking the Part Mode
The Default Datum Planes
Creating a Protrusion
Extruding a Sketch
Revolving a Sketch
Understanding the Orientation of Datum Planes
Parent-Child Relationship
Implicit Relationship
Explicit Relationship
Nesting of Sketches

5: DATUMS

Datums
Default Datum Planes
Need for Datums in Modeling
Selection Method in Creo Parametric
Datum Options
Datum Planes
Creating Datum Planes
Datum Planes Created On-The-Fly
Datum Axes
Datum Points
Creating Cuts
Removing Material by Using the Extrude Tool
Removing Material by Using the Revolve Tool

6: OPTIONS AIDING CONSTRUCTION OF PARTS-I

Options Aiding Construction of Parts
Creating Holes
The Hole Dashboard
Important Points to Remember While Creating a Hole
Creating Rounds
Creating Basic Rounds
Creating a Variable Radius Round
Points to Remember While Creating Rounds
Creating Chamfers
Corner Chamfer
Edge Chamfer
Understanding Ribs
Creating Trajectory Ribs
Creating Profile Ribs
Editing Features of a Model
Editing Definition or Redefining Features
Reordering Features
Rerouting Features
Suppressing Features
Deleting Features
Modifying Features

7: OPTIONS AIDING CONSTRUCTION OF PARTS-II

Introduction
Creating Feature Patterns
Uses of patterns
Creating Patterns
Deleting a Pattern
Copying Features
New Refs
Same Refs
Mirror
Move
Select
Mirroring a Geometry
Creating a Section of a Solid Model
Work Region Method

8: ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-I

Other Protrusion Options
Sweep Features
Creating Sweep Protrusions
Aligning a Sketched Trajectory to an Existing Geometry
Creating a Thin Sweep Protrusion
Creating a Sweep Cut
Blend Features
Parallel Blend
Rotational Blend
General Blend
Using Blend Vertex
Shell Feature
Creating a Constant Thickness Shell
Creating a Variable Thickness Shell 8
Datum Curves
Creating a Datum Curve by Using the Curve Button
Creating a Datum Curve by Sketching
Creating a Curve by Using the Intersect Option
Creating a Curve by Using the Project Option
Creating a Curve by Using the Wrap Option
Creating Draft Features

9: ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-II

Advanced Feature Creation Tools
Variable Section Sweep Using the Sweep Option
Swept Blend
Helical Sweep
Blend Section to Surfaces
Blend Between Surfaces

10: ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-III

Advanced Modeling Tools
Toroidal Bend
Spinal Bend
Warp
Transform Tool
Warp Tool
Spine Tool
Stretch Tool
Bend Tool
Twist Tool
Sculpt Tool

11: ASSEMBLY MODELING

Assembly Modeling
Important Terms Related to the Assembly Mode
Top-down Approach
Bottom-up Approach
Placement Constraints
Package
Creating Top-down Assemblies
Creating Components in the Assembly Mode
Creating Bottom-up Assemblies
Inserting Components in an Assembly
Assembling Components
Displaying Components in a Separate Window
Displaying Components in the Same Window
3D Dragger
Applying Constraints
Status Area
Placement Tab
Move Tab
Packaging Components
Creating Simplified Representations
Redefining the Components of an Assembly
Reordering Components
Suppressing/Resuming Components
Replacing
Assembling Repeated Copies of a Component
Modifying the Components of an Assembly
Modifying Dimensions of a Feature of a Component
Redefining a Feature of a Component
Creating the Exploded State
References Tab Offset Tab
Explode Line Tab
The Bill of Materials
Global Interference
Pairs Clearance

12: GENERATING, EDITING, AND MODIFYING THE DRAWING VIEWS

The Drawing Mode
Generating Drawing Views
Generating the General View
Generating the Projection View
Generating the Detailed View
Generating the Auxiliary View
Generating the Revolved Section View
Generating the Copy and Align View
Generating the 3D Cross-Section View
Editing the Drawing Views
Moving the Drawing View
Erasing the Drawing View
Deleting the Drawing View
Adding New Parts or Assemblies to the Current Drawing
Modifying the Drawing Views
Changing the View Type
Changing the View Scale
Reorienting the Views
Modifying the Cross-sections
Modifying Boundaries of Views
Adding or Removing the Cross-section Arrows
Modifying the Perspective Views
Modifying Other Parameters
Editing the Cross-section Hatching

13: DIMENSIONING THE DRAWING VIEWS

Dimensioning the Drawing Views
Show Model Annotations Dialog Box
Adding Notes to the Drawing
Adding Tolerances in the Drawing Views
Dimensional Tolerances
Geometric Tolerances
Editing the Geometric Tolerances
Adding Balloons to the Assembly Views
Adding Reference Datums to the Drawing Views
Modifying and Editing Dimensions
Modifying the Dimensions Using the Dimension Properties Dialog Box
Modifying the Drawing Items Using the Shortcut Menu
Cleaning Up the Dimensions

14: OTHER DRAWING OPTIONS

Sketching in the Drawing Mode
Modifying the Sketched Entities
User-Defined Drawing Formats
Retrieving the User-Defined Formats in the Drawings
Adding and Removing Sheets in the Drawing
Creating Tables in the Drawing Mode
Generating the BOM and Balloons in Drawings

15: SURFACE MODELING

Surface Modeling
Creating Surfaces in Creo Parametric
Creating an Extruded Surface
Creating a Revolved Surface
Creating a Sweep Surface
Creating a Blended Surface
Creating a Swept Blend Surface
Creating a Helical Sweep Surface
Creating a Surface by Blending the Boundaries
Creating a Variable Section Sweep Surface Using the Sweep Tool
Creating Surfaces the Using the Style Environment of Creo Parametric
Style Dashboard
Surface Editing Tools
Mirroring the Surfaces
Merging the Surfaces
Trimming the Surfaces
Creating the Fill Surfaces
Creating the Intersect Curves
Creating the Offset Surfaces
Adding Thickness to a Surface
Converting a Surface into a Solid
Creating a Round at the Vertex of a Surface
Freestyle modelling environment
Freestyle Dashboard

16: WORKING WITH SHEET METAL COMPONENTS

Introduction to Sheet metal
Invoking the Sheet metal Mode
Introduction to Sheet metal Walls
Creating the Planar Wall
Creating the Unattached Revolve Wall
Creating the Unattached Blend Wall
Creating the Unattached Offset Wall
Creating Reliefs in Sheet metal Components
Creating a Flat Wall
Creating a Twist Wall
Creating an Extend Wall
Creating a Flange Wall
Creating the Bend Feature
Creating the Unbend Feature
Creating the Bend Back
Conversion to Sheet metal Part
Creating Cuts in the Sheet metal Components


Course eligibility
Fresher and Experienced candidates from

 Mech. / Automobile / Production / Industrial stream.
 Those who want a bright Piping career.
 Persons form Plant Engineering other than Design.

Creo Training in Chandigarh Mohali
Arrange a Call Back
Book My Free Demo Class Now!
Career Counselling
Munish Mittal ThinkNEXT
Speak to the Munish Mittal to know what's the best course for your career. Just call us on Munish Mittal personal number for free career guidance.

Thankyou!
+91 8360 052 717


Other Popular Courses/Training Programs


Book My Free Demo Class Now!