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Model Based Definition in PTC Creo 6.0
The Model Based Definition or MBD in Creo 6.0 uses the 3D model as a master instead of a 2D drawing. All the necessary detail information which otherwise would be described in 2D drawing can be described in 3D master model using the MBD techniques. Thus we can virtually eliminate the need of 2D drawing because of MBD. Due to MBD, there is a reduced time for a product to launch in market as well as there is effective and easy reuse of model information within the organization. Following are our key learning topics in the MBD course using Creo 6.0 - 1. Understanding of 3D annotations and their comparison with 2D drawings. 2. The understanding of Annotation Interface in Creo 6.0, The understanding of Combined States, The MBD Start Part, Site Maps and Annotation Orientations 3. Creation of following dimension annotation elements with semantic references - Driving Dimensions, Driven Dimensions, Ordinate Driven Dimensions 4. Creation of following datum annotations - Datum Feature Symbol, Geometric Tolerance, Datum Target Annotations 5. Creation of Surface Finish, Symbol and note Note annotations 6. Modification of all types of annotation elements 7. Completion of Combined States with Annotations Features, Semantic References, Appearance States and Site Maps 8. Assembly level MBD

 12 hrs 15 min.    

Following are the prerequisite courses in iGETIT to learn before starting the MBD course - 1. Creo 4.0 Fundamentals 2. Advanced Modeling using Creo Parametric 4.0

Advanced Assembly Design using Creo Parametric 4.0
This course is designed for the Creo Parametric 4,0 users who are proficient in Basic Part Design,Basic Assembly Design and B more...asic Drafting modelues of Creo 4.0 In this course, we will focus on learning Advanced Assembly tools which will enable the user increase the efficiency, manage large and complex assemblies, learns the tools which are used in Top Down Assembly Design Approach. following are the course objectives - 1. Advanced Component Selection 2. Advanced Assembly Constraints 3. Component Interfaces 4. Intelligent Fasteners 5. Flexible Components 6. Restructure and Mirror Assemblies 7. Assembly Features 8. Replacing Components in the assembly 9. Simplified Reps 10. Assembly Cross Sections and Display Styles

 8 hrs.    

Users should first complete following course - Creo Parametric 4.0 Fundamentals

Advanced Modeling Using Creo Parametric 4.0
In this course, user will learn about Advanced Modeling Techniques using Creo Parametric 4.0. Following are the key areas of more... focus in this course - 1. Advanced sketching techniques and feature creation tools 2. Reuse the existing design geometry while creating new design models 3. Advanced selection 4. Advanced Datum Creation

 0 hrs.    

Good knowledge of Basic Modeling using Creo Parametric 4.0