Pro-E

PTC PROE/ CREO

Why Creo? Industrial importance

PTC creo (formerly known as Pro/ Engineer), a 3D modeling software used in design, manufacturing and CAD drafting service firms. It’s the first 3D CAD modeling applications works on rule-based parametric system. Using parameters, dimensions and features to capture the behavior of the product, it can optimize the development product as well as the design itself. Manufacturing industries develop, manufacture and service many complex products by using and managing a wealth of product data in CREO. This software is essential in industries by following ways: -

Seamless data sharing
The entire process, from concept design work through to manufacturing the final product is made faster and more convenient thanks to the data interoperability in the programme and the common user experience that Creo Parametric offers.

Late stage change accommodation
The need to accommodate a change late in the design stages of product development can often be a real pain point for engineers and designers. However, with Creo Parametric, automatic propagation of design changes means that it can be used without fear of later developments or needs disrupting the design process.

Associative manufacturing generation and generation of service deliverables are automatic
Using the software, costs are reduced and time-to-market of new products is shortened thanks to the automation of both associative manufacturing and service deliverables generation.

Language support is offered in ten different languages
Firms operating all over the world can take advantage of the fact that Creo Parametric is available in multiple languages. Those using the program are not limited to the English, but can also use French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese as well.

Comprehensive training classes available
The process of introducing new CAD software is made easier when you know that there is a clearly planned training programme available to support the implementation and get new users up to speed. However, PTC offers courses both online. Plus there is also in-person training available.

Command finder features
Can’t remember a command? Or need to find a command you’ve not used before? Not a problem. You can easily find unknown commands through the Creo Parametric 2.0's finder feature.

Convenient means of adding references to sketches
While users are in the sketch mode of Creo Parametric 2.0, they can quickly and easily add references by merely holding down the ALT key.

How to get trained?

Since Proe is one of the prominent CAD software in industries thus the demand of well-trained engineers from reputed centers are now in boom where an individual can apply the concepts and learning over the real industrial projects and gain experience.

Unique Features taught in Smartus are

  • Training on 3D CAD modeling of castings, forgings, plastic, sheet metal and machined components
  • Training programs designed in consultation with industry experts and professionals
  • Experience on projects
  • All faculties are Certified by PTC for Creo
  • Creo is the upgraded version of Pro/ENGINEER product development software

What Smartus offer in PROE courses?

Smartus offers the most of the Creo 3.0 enhancements which will help in improving efficiency and design flexibility. All new user interface like active window and right-click menu enhancements, the part modeling enhancements and the features like draft, rounds and patterns, new edit references dialog box on part models will be covered. An individual will be capable of investigating new assembly capabilities like the built-in hardware library, the intelligent fastener extension and new realisitic appearance and bump mapping. Moreover, many updates tools in sheet metal such as die forms,bend relief and rip will also be a part of course.

CREO Syllabus

1: INTRODUCTION TO CREO PARAMETRIC
2: CREATING SKETCHES IN THE SKETCH MODE-I
3: CREATING SKETCHES IN THE SKETCH MODE-II
4: CREATING BASE FEATURES
5: DATUMS
6: OPTIONS AIDING CONSTRUCTION OF PARTS-I
7: OPTIONS AIDING CONSTRUCTION OF PARTS-II
8: ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-I
9: ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-II
10: ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-III
11: ASSEMBLY MODELING
12: GENERATING, EDITING, AND MODIFYING THE DRAWING VIEWS
13: DIMENSIONING THE DRAWING VIEWS
14: OTHER DRAWING OPTIONS
15: SURFACE MODELING
16: WORKING WITH SHEET METAL COMPONENTS