Did you know that you can exchange Multibody Parts in Creo model easily?

Starting with Creo 7.0, Multibody definition is maintained during data exchange. This helps preserve design intent during an Import/Export operation. The multibody definition is maintained in both exported and imported Creo Parametric 7.0 geometry. Export operation Multibody models in Creo Parametric preserve multibody definitionBody characteristics, such as body name and body appearances, are transferredConstruction bodies for each exported profile... Continue Reading →

How to align Ordinate dimensions with a baseline in Creo?

Starting with Creo 7.0, there's better control over the placement of ordinate dimensions that are created in models and drawings. Prior to this Creo 7.0 release, when creating ordinate dimensions per ANSI standards, these dimensions would get placed when they are aligned with the baseline. However, this can now be controlled using "default_ansi_ord_dim_aligned" config option.... Continue Reading →

Do you like the improved appearance of handles, text, dimensions, and lines in Creo?

Starting with Creo 5.0, the appearance of handles, text, dimensions, and lines (2D and 3D) displayed in the graphics area have improved visibility. In addition, Lines Anti-Aliasing and Text Anti-Aliasing can also be controlled. For example - you can set Lines Anti-Aliasing to On even if the Anti-Aliasing is set to Off. I think these are improvements are definitely useful. What are your thoughts?... Continue Reading →

How to edit existing Creo Pattern Tables?

Mark Ganzer from Toro in his presentation talks about editing existing pattern tables. See the picture below Pattern tables allow you to create complicated or irregular patterns of features or groups by letting you specify unique dimensions for each instance in the pattern through an editable table. Multiple tables can be established for a pattern,... Continue Reading →

About Creo Drawing formats & Standards

Lewis Lawrence and William Friend from Weatherford, covered  Drawing Formats & Standards in one of their webinar. Here are some snippets from their presentation- Creo uses startup scripts to copy standards in place  Creo Standard Configurations in place by product line Every install of Creo uses a defined set of configuration files, specific to location... Continue Reading →

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