Creo Surface Modeling

Bike Seat Model Bike Seat Model Fixing distorted boundary blend surfaces Axial fan Axial fan blade Axial fan angle control Creating surface for a gap requiring five sided boundary blended surface Women Shoe Building draft angle in the definition of boundary blended surface
Spoon
Soup spoon Sink mixer Shower handle: building draft so that geometry is manufacturable Making variable section sweep surface tangent to adjacent surfaces Washing Pulsator: Mapping points for boundary blended surface Pipe intersection
Pipe intersection
Padestal Base Building draft angle in definition of variable section sweep surface Achieving constant draft angle for complex split-surface assemblies Freely tweaking a datum curve Creating curvature continuous indent Creating an indent in the surface Controlling influence of reference surfaces while creating a boundary blended surface Bicycle Headlight: Improving surface quality by modifying underlying datum curves Hand grip model Trimming surfaces to achieve favorable geometry for a four chain boundary blended surface Modeling indent in a drawer surface Using relations in a variable section sweep feature Maintaining tangency across patterned surfaces Making side edges of a blended surface tangent to side edges of the reference surfaces Car scoop Car surface model Shampoo Bottle Binocular: Creating surface for a gap requiring five sided boundary blended Chair

With all of its powerful feature creation tools, solid modeling is not capable of capturing the complex shapes. To capture such complex shapes, surface modeling techniques are widely used.

Surface Modeling course have been developed to teach a user the required tools, Creo Parametric provides to build complex surface models.  The course offers numerous easy-to-follow tutorials. The self-study course starts from the very basic concepts and teaches advanced concepts step-by-step with the help of examples. A great emphasis is placed on building the tangent and curvature continuous surfaces to give an appealing look to the viewer. The concept of surface quality has been explained in a very clear and effective way. The tools offered by Creo Parametric for analyzing the surface quality have been elaborated with examples. After completing the course an Engineer or Designer will be able to start a real-world design project from concept and progress it to complete highly aesthetic surface model.

The training material is divided into sections listed below.

CAD models are accompanied for the user practice. Finished models are also supplied to compare the work done by the user. Finished models are like a mine of information and techniques. You can learn a lot just by looking at how features have been created.

Sample Chapter

Please click the links below to access the sample chapters

Creo 1.0

Creo 3.0

Creo 4.0

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