Mechanical CREO

As Per The Requirement Of Manufacturing Process With Interacting As Non-Conventional Method Graphix Technologies Has Designed This Mechanical Creo 3.0 Training For New Users Who Want To Become Proficient With Creo 3.0 training As Efficient As Possible To Learn Core-Modelling Skills With Included Topics.



A) PTC ( Parametric Technologies Co-Operation) Company & Product.
B) Requirement Of Basic Geometries For Core-Modelling.
C) Getting Started With Pro-E Wildfire 4.0 With System Configuration.BASIC COURSE CONTENTS


A) Profile Toolbar:- Different Types Of Profiles With Pro-E Interface, Concept Of Parametric To Draw Profiles Like Line, Rectangle, Circle, Etc
B) Operational Toolbar:- Sketching Techniques, Scaling, Copying, Moving, Etc
C) Constraints:- Definition, Dimensional Constraints Like Linear, Align, Geometric Constraints Like Horizontal, Vertical, Tangent, Etc With Respect To Strong & Weak Dimensions.


Feature Creation With Basic Features Like Extrude, Revolve, Sweep, Blend, Swept Blend, Variable Section Sweep, Helical Sweep And All With Adding And Removal Conditions Etc
Dress Up Features Like Rib, Shell, Round, Chamfer, Draft, Remove, Hole, Etc
Methods Of Modelling- Plane Offset, Plane At Angle, Plane At Point, Create Axis, Point, Co-Ordinate Sys, Spline, Etc, Auxiliary Features Like Mirror, Pattern, Etc


Introduction To Pro-Assembly
Types Of Assembly:-
A) Bottom Up Assembly With Detail Explanations
B) Top Down Assembly With Detail Explanations
For Bottom Up Assembly
Assembly Constraints :- Static Constraints Like Mate, Align, Insert Etc Working With Package & Flexible Components With Exploded Representation As Per X, Y, Z Direction. Open Components In Separate Window For Constraint Creation,
For Top Down Assembly
Assembly Constraints :- Static Constraints Required Mainly The Ref. Along Surfaces, Along Plane, Mainly It Is Use For Large Assemblies In Which Small Components Will Not Be Assemble By Constraints Easily.


Introduction To Drafting, Drawing With Or Without Template, Formats, Placing General, Projection, Auxiliary, Prospective Views, Placing Dimensions, Overwriting The Dimensions, Etc

Types Of Drafting:-
A) Generative Drafting With Detail Explanations – By Placing The Orthographic Projections In Sheet With Isometric View Which Is Mainly Use For Production In Manufacturing.
B) Interactive (Detail) Drafting With Detail Explanations- By Placing Whole Assembly With Exploded View By Creating Bill Of Material And Balloons Due To Which We Easily Assemble The Assembly In Assembly Line In Manufacturing.


Datum Curves, Datum Points, Datum Co-Ordinate System, Surface Creation Like Fill, Extrude, Revolve, Sweep, Blend, Swept Blend, Helical Sweep, Variable Section Sweep, Boundary Blend Surface Transformation Like Offset, Extend, EtcEditing Surface Like Trim, Project, Wrap, Etc
Surface Merging Like Intersect And Merge.Conversion Of Surface To Solids Thicken , Remove, Solidify, EtcADVANCE COURSE CONTENTS

Advance Feature With Blend, Concept Of Sweep, Parent-Child Relationship, Pattern-Dim, Reference, Group, UDF’s, Family Tables, Advance Commands With Wrap, Piping, Blending, Working With External Geometries, Parameter, Relation, Warp, Etc With Simplified Representation
Assembly Constraints:- Dynamic Constraints Like Pin, Cylinder, Slider, Planar, Slot, Etc Working With Package & Flexible Components With Connections Like Gear, CAM With Visual Representation As Per X, Y, Z Direction.
Placing Dimensions With 3D Views, Tolerances, Notes, Drafting Tools, Sheets, Bill Of Material, Balloon Creation, Etc
Introduction, Creation Of Sheet Metal Geometry Like Flat Wall, Revolve Wall, Blend Wall, Offset Wall With Twist, Extend, Flange, Bend, Unbend, Bend Back, Conversion, Etc
Creation Of Reliefs In Sheet Metal Components With Creating Cuts In Sheet Metal Components, Creating The Flat Pattern, Creation Of Features, Form, Documentation, Validation.
Geometric Dimensioning And Tolerances :- Pro-E Training Includes Fundamentals And
Advance Concepts Of Geometric Dimensioning And Tolerances In Accordance With ASME Standards.
What Is GD&T?
Why Should GD&T Be Used?Datum Reference Frame
Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Features & Datums
Datum Feature Vs. Datum Plane
Datum Plane Vs. Datum Axis
Datum Target Sizes & Locations
Feature Control Frame
Taylor Principle (Envelope Principle)
GD&T Symbols/Meanings
Material Conditions
Maximum Material Condition (MMC)
Least Material Condition (LMC)
Regardless Of Feature Size (RFS)
Location Tolerances
Position Tolerance
Concentricity & Symmetry Tolerances
Profile Tolerance
Run Out Tolerances
Orientation Tolerances
Form TolerancesStraightness, Flatness
Circularity (Roundness), Cylindricity
Conversion ChartsConversion Of Position (Cylindrical) Tolerance Zones To/From Coordinate Tolerance Zones
Conversion Of Position Tolerance Zone To/From Coordinate Tolerance Zone
Conversion Of Coordinate Measurements To Position Location MeasurementsDATA TRANSLATION :- Exporting Pro-E Files To The Other Neutral File Format Like IGES, STEP, .Wrl, .Sti, Etc

Our Faculty

Ashish Shelke

Sr Cad Engineer  

Industrial Experience – 8+ Yrs
Faculty For Creo

Kedam Kadam

Sr. CAD Engineer
Industrial Experience – 4+ Yrs
Faculty For Creo

Ravindra Thorat

Sr. CAD Engineer
Industrial Experience – 4 Yrs
Faculty For Creo

Dnyaneshwar Pakhare

Sr. CAD Engineer
Industrial Experience – 7+ Yrs
Faculty For Creo

Shimon Ghadge

CAD Engineer
Industrial Experience – 3+ Yrs
Faculty For Creo.